Jalil Escalante Ayuso from Yucatan and Brenda Iñigo Gámez from Cancun, were proclaimed champions of their respective branches, in the first Vuelta Maya de Ciclismo, which took place during three intense days in the state and concluded today with the time trial.
After a grueling competition, where they went to the coast, then to the swings of the Puuc route and the test of this day, on the Merida-Progreso highway, the winners of the different categories were defined.
On the last day, the riders left from the Watopia store, near the La Ceiba Golf Club, and rode solo, finishing with a distance of 20 kilometers, to select the five best riders in each division.
In the men’s elite category, Jalil Escalante Ayuso, from Club Zorros, Mérida, took the competition from start to finish, finishing with an accumulated time of 5.45.51 hours.
In second place was Emilio Romero, who finished with 5.47.45 hours, followed by Elías Montañez with 5.47.55.
In the women’s category, Brenda Iñigo Gámez took the crown with a time of 5.31.54 hours, ahead of Alexia Zetina with 5.35.23 and Ana Lugo Morales with 5.39.20 hours.
The Under-23 men’s race was led by the men from Campeche, where Irving Pérez took the lead with 6.13.02 hours, ahead of Benjamín Muñoz with 6.23.34 and César Obando Chanito with 6.25.59 hours.
Likewise, Josué Stevanato took the honors in master A with 6.12.20 hours, escorted by Edmundo Robledo with 6.12.24 and Gabriel Cardozo with 6.14.25 hours.
In master B, the title went to Gabriel Burgos with 7.06.05 hours, seconded by Lorenzo Medina with 7.06.36 and Elías Dogre with 7:07.46 hours.
At the end of the event, the awards ceremony was held, headed by Jorge Pacheco, president of the organizing committee, accompanied by Josué Stevanato and representatives of the National Guard.
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