BOLIVARIAN GAMES: FABIO CASTAÑEDA, GOLD IN THE MTB. JHONATAN BOTERO WON THE BRONZE

BOGOTA. Colombian cycling began with a positive winning streak on Sunday in its debut in the framework of the Bolivarian Games, at the headquarters of Santa Marta, where the mountain biking won its second gold medal with Fabio Castañeda in the modality of Croos Country.

The feat of the paisa occurred on the track of Mamancana to impose categorically from end to end in the 8 turns over the distance of 24 kilometers. Castañeda thus fulfills its goal of finishing at the top of the podium closing a brilliant season and starting positively its new Olympic cycle Tokyo 2020. (www.juegosbolivarianos2017.com / www.revistamundociclístico.com)

RESULTS MTB.

CROSS COUNTRY MEN.

1. Fabio Castañeda (COL) 01:24:54.749    
2. Ever Alejandro Gomez (BOL) 01:27:57.685        
3. Jhonnatan Botero (COL) 01:29:37.84
4. Yonathan Josue Mejia (VEN) 01:34:18.673    
5. Sebastian Alejandro Miranda (CHI) 01:37:00.995
6. Patricio Maximiliano Farías (CHI) 01:26:57.401        
7. Willian Fernando Tobay (ECU) 01:15:14.591
8. Jeyson Daniel Ramos (PER) 01:04:47.679    
9. Yhean Carpio (VEN) 01:05:33.914
10. Alexander Urbina Quispe (PER) 01:06:10.538    
11. Cristhian Saavedra (BOL) 53:27.328         
12. Joel José García (DOM) DNF    
       David Ozuna (PAR) DNF     
       Christian Santiago Brito (ECU) DNF

CROSS COUNTRY WOMEN.

1. Laura Valentina Abril (COL) 01:19:47.672    
2. Michela Adriana (ECU) 01:24:41.949    
3. Yosiana Quintero (COL) 01:29:27.138    
4. Miryam Maritza Nuñez (ECU) 01:16:34.418    
5. Yngrid Mayeli Porras (VEN) 01:21:52.677    
6. Pilar Corvalan Bustos (CHI) 01:21:42.357    
7. Sara Torres (PAR) 01:08:55.386    
10. Noemí Betzabe Jacinto (PER) 01:13:51.27    
11. Andrea Del Mar Contreras (VEN) 59:17.722    
12. Melanie Bustos Guarachi (BOL) 01:25:37.271    
       Mónica Velásquez (PER) DNF

DOWNHILL MEN.

1. Rafael Gutierrez (COL) 02:48.133   
2. Mario Jose Jarrin (ECU) 02:55.58   
3. Steven Ceballos (COL) 02:58.258   
4. Carlos Sebastián Alfaro (PER) 03:02.86   
5. Alejandro Paz (PER) 03:18.413   
6. Orlando Postigo (BOL) 03:36.227   
7. Sergio Gabriel Montalvo (BOL) 03:36.503