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Cycling in Vueltabajo, a Homage to Local Protagonists

The book Ciclismo en Vueltabajo (Cycling in Vueltabajo), written by José Antonio Serantes Díaz, correspondent of Radio Reloj in Pinar del Rio, is a homage to athletes, coaches and promoters of the sport, and also the first text on the subject published in the province.

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Cuba: Marlies Mejias Joins US Cycling Club

Last year, the young Cuban athlete was called by the Weber Shimano Ladies Power, from Argentina Cuban female cyclist Marlies Mejias traveled to Australia, where she will debut this year with the Canadian-based American club TWENTY20 Sho-Air in the 2018 Santos Women´s Tour, from next January 13 to 21, after being enrolled last year with … Continue reading

Cuban Arlenis Sierra Competes in Costa Rica Tour

Sierra was the winner of the prologue of the Tour, run on 1.5 kilometers, previous to the first official stage Cuban female cyclist Arlenis Sierra will depart from the starting line with the pink shirt as the leader of the 17th Female Tour to Costa Rica in its 2017 edition, after winning the prologue of […] Continue reading

Sancti Spíritus, Best Province in National Cycling Classic

Sancti Spíritus finished in the first place among the Cuban provinces that participated in the National Cycling Classic, which was run between Guantánamo and Havana, and was attended by nearly a hundred cyclists. The previous preparation of the competitors, the collective work and their commitment, were highlighted as the key aspects that led to success, […] Continue reading

Rafael Arrate Wins First Stage of Tour of Cuba

The caravan, heading west, will not stop until Havana´s Capitol.Guantánamo.- Rafael Arrate (Santiago de Cuba), Javier García (Artemisa) and Yoandry Freyre (Sancti Spíritus) were the medalists, in this order, in the first stage of the Guantánamo-Pinar del Río-Havana Cuba's National Road Cycling Tour, which started yesterday in this city.

Arrate, champion of the day, also won the intermediate sprint of this first stage, earning thus the right to wear the yellow jersey of leader.

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Cuban Marlies Mejias Wins Pan American Championship

Mejias, who was recently hired by a professional women’s cycling team, won Cuba’s only gold medal of the competition when accumulating 231 points in an event that combines six races on different modalities and distances Cuban cyclist Marlies Mejías won the omnium competition at the Pan American Championship held in Aguascalientes, Mexico, where 16 nations had […] Continue reading

Cuban Officials Participate in Rio Olympics

Several Cubans make up the body of delegates, international officials and refereesRio de Janeiro.- Several Cubans make up the body of delegates, international officials and referees called to guarantee the 31st Olympic Games, which opening ceremony will be tomorrow in this city.

The National Umpires and Referees Commission said that in the first of these functions the Caribbean island will be present through the president of its cycling federation, José Peláez, and Eugenio Martínez (water polo).

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Cuban Sierra wins Women´s Tour de Bretagne

Sierra, with victory already on her pocket, did not want to risk and finished seventh. Havana.- Cuban Arlenis Sierra, bronze medalist in the points race event of this year´s track world championship and member of the UCI World Cycling Centre in Switzerland, won the 27th edition of the Women´s Tour de Bretagne, in France.

Arlenis, 23 and only Cuban cyclist that will compete in the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games, continued to prove her progress and practically swept through the competition, by winning the final general classification, points classification and youth (U-23) ranking.

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Yan Carlos Arias Takes the Lead in Cuban Cycling Tour

This is the third stage Arias winsCiego de Ávila.- Yan Carlos Arias, from Las Tunas, wears for the third time the leader's jersey in the third edition of the Guantánamo-Pinar- Havana cycling tour, which runs today its seventh stage.

This is the third stage Arias wins and now he appears escorted in the general classification by Vicente Sanabria, at 20 seconds, and Pedro Mojica (42) in that order.

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