On Saturday, April 13 and Sunday, April 14, the First Central American Road Cycling Championship was held in Managua, in which delegations from Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama participated.
On the first day of the event, a time trial competition was held on the Sabana Grande track, in the elite and sub 23 categories of women and men; the competition was 30 kilometers for men and 20 kilometers for women.
On Sunday, the road circuit competition was held in a 7.5-kilometer corridor that began on Avenida de Bolívar a Chávez passing through the north side of the Chancellery, the Bartolomé de las Casas park, returning along the Paseo Xolotlán track. up to the Ministry of Labor building, turning east until reaching the Hugo Chávez roundabout.
The female athletes completed 11 laps of the circuit for a total of 82.5 kilometers covered and the male athletes completed 18 laps in which they covered 135 kilometers.
This event was attended by Mr. José Manuel Peláez Rodríguez, President of the Pan American Cycling Confederation and Vice President of the International Cycling Union, who congratulated the Good Government for the support provided to this sport that has been gaining strength in competitions.[vc_images_carousel images=”18862,18863,18864,18865,18866,18867,18868,18869,18870,18871,18872,18873,18874,18875,18876,18877,18878,18879,18880,18881,18882,18883,18884,18885″ img_size=”large”][vc_video link=”https://www.facebook.com/managua.gob.ni/videos/493225627880596/”]