The third segment of the Tour of Nicaragua featured Costa Rican Bryan Salas (Real Estelí), who won a stage contested between the American Embassy and El Crucero on a 132-kilometer route; while the Colombian Carlos Andrés Romero (Team Kilos) went on to command the individual overall.

In an undulating day full of emotions, the Tico cyclist took the victory after winning head-to-head with Carlos Andrés Romero, who with his second place took the lead from his teammate, the Nicaraguan Argenis Vanegas. For third place came the beetle Marlon Garzón (Team Kilos).

The flying goals of the day were scored by the Costa Rican Jhon Jiménez (Team Roli Difocal) and the Dominican Ramón Vargas (Edasa), which made this classification very hot because now they are, in that order, the leaders with 15 and 13 points , respectively.

As for the mountain awards, local Jaime Gabriel Ramírez came in first place; while Costa Rican Bryan Salas took second. As a curious detail, the Colombian Carlos Andrés Romero came second in both and also leads that section with 17 units.

As for the general classification, it underwent substantial changes in the top positions and is now led by Carlos Andrés Romero (Team Kilos) himself, who will start wearing yellow tomorrow.

This Saturday, December 2, the fourth stage of the 22nd edition of the Tour of Nicaragua will be held with a mountainous section of 145 kilometers between Managua and the Masaya Volcano.

Source: Revista Mundo Ciclístico y Federación Nicaragüense de Ciclismo