The tenth and penultimate stage of the Tour of Uruguay was run this Saturday morning with start in Trinidad and finish line in front of the Durazno City Hall, where the fastest was again Roderyck Asconeguy.

The Trinidadian competitor from Audax de Flores, who had already won three stages in this same edition, recorded a time of three hours, five minutes and 21 seconds in the 145.600 kilometers of the course, at an average of 47.130 kilometers per hour.

Second came Ignacio Maldonado, from San Antonio de Florida, and completing the podium was Alejandro Quilci, from the Club Ciclista Cerro Largo. Fourth was Brazilian Gabriel Sousa, from Progreso, and fifth was Mariano de Fino, from Salta, from Audax.

A few seconds after the first five, the bulk of the peloton arrived with the presence of the leader of the general classification, Juan Luis Caorsi. The cyclist from Armonía de Fray Bentos kept the first place in the general classification with a lead of 25 seconds over Camilo Pimentel and 29 seconds over Leonel Rodríguez, both from Cerro Largo.

The last stage will be on Sunday with start in Florida and finish at the Kibón promenade in Montevideo, in a 151.800 kilometers route with arrival expected between 12 and 12:30 pm. They will travel along National Route Nº 8, the perimeter ring, routes 5 and 1, and will enter through the Rambla to the finish line.

Source: Revista Mundo Ciclistico