Brazil Is Bronze in Team Speed in American Pan Cycling

The last medal of the country in the modality had been in 1995 in pan of mar del plata (Argentina).

Brazilian cycling thrilled on Thursday (16). The Brazilian Track Cycling team won the bronze medal in the team speed race. The team formed by Flavio Cipriano, Kacio Fonseca and Hugo Osteti dominated the race from start to finish, beating the Colombian team by crossing the finish line in 44s769. The gold remained with the owners of the house, Canada (44s241), and silver with Venezuela (45s087). The last medal of the country in Track Cycling had been in Pan de Mar del Plata (Argentina) in 1995.

The result appears to confirm the commitment and work of the current Brazilian Confederation of Cycling (CBC), sponsored by the Caixa Econômica Federal (Federal Savings Bank), which did not make any effort to invest and promote the development of the discipline worldwide. The Pista team is one of those contemplated with the Confederation Exchange Project. “The team has demonstrated a champion position and is to be congratulated. The medal goes to show that the sacrifice was worth it and we are on the right path, “commented Ana Claudia Stipanich, Team Leader in Toronto and a member of CBC’s High Income Department.

“The time we did might have been silver, but in qualifying we did not make a good start and we were in the bronze. But we are sure that in the next event, which coincidentally is the Pan-American of the sport, we will come to fight for Gold, “said Flávio Cipriano, who is still seeking a medal in the individual speed test scheduled for Friday (17), and Keirin, scheduled for Sunday (19).

For coach Emerson Silva, the team fit in perfectly and still have a lot to grow. “It’s a very happy moment, even if it’s a bronze, this medal is really worth it, and the result will certainly open a lot of doors, make cycling continue to evolve and future medals.”

According to the coach, the exchange at the UCI World Cycling Center (CMC) in Switzerland was essential for the athletes to have adequate preparation for the Toronto Pan/2015 race. The group was supervised by a multidisciplinary team and tested the learning by competing in the most important tests of the world ranking in the last two years. The exchange project developed by CBC, sponsored by Caixa, in partnership with the International Cycling Union (UCI), provides Brazilian athletes with an opportunity to improve their skills and acquire great international experience.

Chance Of Medal

Still on the Cisco Milton velodrome, this Thursday, Brazil was very well represented by Gideoni Monteiro, who participates in the Omnium competition. The rider finished second in all three races of the day, Scratch, Individual Pursuit and Elimination. The Brazilian leads the race with 114 points and returns to the track on Friday as the leader of the overall standings to play the 1km Counter-clock, Flying Lap and Proof by Points. The Colombian Fernando Gaviria is the second with 104 points and the Ecuadorian the third with 100 points.

The Omnium is a track cycling race of six races. The athlete is beaten to achieve greater regularity throughout the race. Track Cycling continues until Sunday (19) and also compete for Brazil’s Alice Melo in the Individual Speed ​​and Keirin race. Armando Camargo, Thiago Nardin, Cristian Egídio and Endrigo da Rosa in Team Pursuit. Flávio Cipriano in Keirin and Wellyda Rodrigues in the women’s Omnium, in addition to Kacio Fonseca and Flávio Cipriano in the Individual Speed ​​Test.

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