PERUVIAN ALONSO GAMERO STAYS WITH THE THIRD STAGE OF THE TOUR TO ECUADOR

QUITO. The Peruvian Alonso Gamero was the winner of the third stage of Vuelta Ciclista al Ecuador disputed with an urban circuit in Salcedo. The cyclist of Team Safut Peteroa won the 102-kilometer course with which he won the white jersey for the stage, in addition to maintaining the fuxia of flying goals.

The event was played between the central streets and the periphery of this Cotopaxense canton, which for the first time had a leading role in the national tour.

The compact squad was the one that prevailed in the first kilometers of the route, to have the first package in the third round of the circuit, the first of three flying goals disputed yesterday.

Elias Tello (Safut Peteroa) prevailed in the first section, Esteban Villarreal (Selection of Ecuador) the second and Alonso Gamero in the third, to take advantage in the final kilometers and cross the finish line ahead of Villarreal in a time of 2 hours , 21 minutes and 41 seconds. Third was Benjamin Quinteros of Team Ecuador.

"It's a triumph something more unexpected, we are fighting the flying goals but I was given the chance to win this stage, I took advantage of an oversight and went for the stage," said the rider, who from the first stage has had a presence on the podium. his performance in flying goals.

"I have the chance to run this race because of the opening they gave me in Chile, we are well, I want to get to know each other in the middle, but above all, to make clear that in Peru there is good cycling," said the Peruvian. (www.eluniverso.com)

TEN FIRST GENERAL INDIVIDUAL CLASSIFICATION.

1. Oscar Sevilla (Eagles Bikes, Colombia) 08:58:51
2. Bayron Patricio Guama De La Cruz (Team Ecuador, Ecuador) +00:00:05
3. Jorge Luis Montenegro Revelo (Coraje Carchense, Ecuador) +00:00:23
4. Jimmy Santiago Montenegro Narvaez (Team Ecuador, Ecuador) +00:02:17 5
5. Jonathan Klever Caicedo Cepeda (Coraje Carchense, Ecuador) +00:02:17
6. Jefferson Alexander Cepeda Ortiz (Prefectura Del Carchi, Ecuador) +00:02:17
7. Anderson Timoteo Paredes Lopez (Team Ecuador, Venezuela) +00:02:17
8. Yuber Alberto Contreras Chaparro (Team Best Pc, Colombia) +00:02:17
9. Cesar Nicol?S Paredes (Coraje Carchense, Colombia) +00:02:17
10. Robinson Chalapud (Eagles Bikes, Colombia) +00:02:17