The Pan American Cycling Confederation (COPACI) approved, in coordination with Panam Sports, the 219 cycling places for the I Junior Pan American Games, scheduled for November 25 to December 5, in Cali, Colombia, where the four modalities called will be held: Track, Route, Mountain Bike and BMX.

A total of 26 National Olympic Committees secured places in the sport of cranks and pedals, with the highest odds for Colombia (30), Mexico (26), Chile (24), Argentina (20), Ecuador (16), Brazil and Costa Rica (13) and Venezuela (12).

By specialties, the Mountain Bike will have 17 countries in dispute of medals with 21 classified in each sex; BMX will take 14 nations to its tracks with 38 tickets in total; while on the track 42 quotas were distributed for each sex and on the route 30 for men and 25 for women. It should be clarified that runners classified in Track events may participate in road events and vice versa.

The COPACI also reported that, at the request of Panam Sports, it is still possible that in the coming days that number of classifieds will grow and those with representation in cycling in the Cali competition will pass to more than 30 National Olympic Committee.

Here we leave you with the final table of classifieds.