Well, I got what I wished for. It was almost too much really.Jakob747 said:I hope for a Diego Camargo or Luis Fernando Jimenez show tomorrow on Romeral.
google translate -Juan Pablo Suárez gana la 5ª en Colombia
Juan Pablo Suárez (EPM Scott) ha ganado la quinta etapa de la Vuelta a Colombia, que sigue liderada por Jonathan Caicedo (Team Medellín), que hoy ha perdido 17 segundos con Suárez que es segundo a solo 25 segundos.
Óscar Sevilla ha sido segundo en la etapa y es tercero en la general a 56 segundos de su compañero y 31 de la segunda plaza de Suárez.
1 41 SUAREZ,Juan Pablo ELITE EPM-SCOTT 03:14:34 -10Juan Pablo Suárez (EPM Scott) has won the fifth stage of the Tour of Colombia, which is still led by Jonathan Caicedo (Team Medellin), who today lost 17 seconds with Suarez who is second to only 25 seconds.
Óscar Sevilla has been second in the stage and is third in the overall 56 seconds behind his teammate and 31 seconds behind Suarez.
The Vuelta restarted on Tuesday with an extensive route of 147.2 kilometers between Tunja and Barichara that will mean the entry of the race to its final chapters on Santanderean roads. The Sote (3rd), the usual scenario of the training of the great Nairo Quintana, will be the first stumbling block but after a long descent and broken terrain, Santander will welcome you on the way back to the second port in the Común at just ten kilometers away of arrival at the historical monument of Barichara.
All eyes of the second week will be on stage nine. The Picacho, the only arrival in high of the Vuelta a Colombia, can leave a general definition that from the CRI is already selected in 10 names. San Gil will descend flag for a mountain festival with climbs to Aratoca (3ª), Curos (2ª) and the spectacular end in the Picacho in neighborhoods of Bucaramanga.
After the Picacho will come a new one for the sprinters with arrival in Barrancabermeja, end of the tenth stage and that will give way to a path full of swings between the oil capital and Puerto Boyacá that will open to the national round the doors of its end in Antioquia . Saturday August 12 is the date chosen for the last round of the return with arrival in La Union. Two colossi on the road after passing through Las Pavas (3rd) mouthwatering Alto Bonito (1st) and La Union (2nd) less than five kilometers from the finish line.
On Sunday the race will end in Medellin with a victory circuit of 103.2 kilometers that will throw the bolt and put the poster "Until 2019" after crowning a new king of the highest stage test of a sport stitched to history and imaginary collective of Colombia.
Looks like he's 'already' 22 years old: https://www.procyclingstats.com/rider/jefferson-cepeda-hernandezDNP-Old said:After Carapaz and Caicedo, Ecuador has another very interesting rider: Jefferson Cepeda. 20 years old, but he made some name for himself last year in Nariño e.g. Yesterday however, came his best result to date, winning on the mythical Cristo Redentor in dominating fashion. He put minutes into everyone. 2:30 to Caicedo, more than 6 minutes on Dani Diaz. Which team will bring him to Europe?
There’s two Jefferson Cepeda’s. Jefferson Alexander, who I was talking about, is 20. Jefferson Alveiro, the one you linked to, is 22 and rides for Caja Rural’s amateur team.ghlambert said:Looks like he's 'already' 22 years old: https://www.procyclingstats.com/rider/jefferson-cepeda-hernandezDNP-Old said:After Carapaz and Caicedo, Ecuador has another very interesting rider: Jefferson Cepeda. 20 years old, but he made some name for himself last year in Nariño e.g. Yesterday however, came his best result to date, winning on the mythical Cristo Redentor in dominating fashion. He put minutes into everyone. 2:30 to Caicedo, more than 6 minutes on Dani Diaz. Which team will bring him to Europe?
German Tiviani is one of those guys who really should have a contract at PCT level in Europe, he even rode for Unieuro in the u23 ranks. Fast guy who can climb really well, he could be a Richeze type of rider.Clásica Doble Media Agua
Nico Tivani beats his brother in a close call:
1° Nicolás Tivani (Virgen de Fátima) 4 horas 4’ 2”.
2° Gerardo Tivani (Pocito)
3° Federico Vivas (San Luis)
4° Daniel Lucero (Rawson)
5° Angel Naveda (SEP)
6° Leonardo Bravo (SEP)
7° Leonardo Rodríguez (Rawson)
8° Ezequiel Simoncelli (Ureña)
9° Emiliano Contreras (Puertas de Cuyo)
10° Emiliano Ibarra (Puertas de Cuyo)
On another note Argentina's biggest stage race, the Doble Bragado, has again been cancelled.
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