2016 Pan American Road Cycling Championships

The 2016 Pan American Road Cycling Championships took place at San Cristóbal, Táchira, Venezuela, May 19–22, 2016.[1]

2016 Pan American Road Cycling Championships
VenueSan Cristóbal, Táchira, Venezuela
Date(s) (2016-05-19 - 2016-05-22)May 19–22, 2016
Nations participating20
Events6
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Medal summaryEdit

MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual road race Jonathan Caicedo
  Ecuador[2]
Brayan Ramírez
  Colombia
Jonathan Monsalve
  Venezuela
Individual time trial Walter Vargas
  Colombia[3]
Laureano Rosas
  Argentina
Cristian Serrano
  Colombia

WomenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual road race Iraida García
  Cuba[4]
Arlenis Sierra
  Cuba
Flavia Cardoso
  Brazil
Individual time trial Sérika Guluma
  Colombia[3][5]
Ana Sanabria
  Colombia
Ingrid Drexel
  Mexico

Under 23 MenEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Individual road race José Rodríguez
  Chile[6]
Jonathan Villavicencio
  Ecuador
Jhon Anderson Rodríguez
  Colombia
Individual time trial José Rodríguez
  Chile[7]
Carlos Ramírez
  Colombia
Jhon Anderson Rodríguez
  Colombia

ResultsEdit

Men elite road raceEdit

Rank Rider Nation Time
  Jonathan Caicedo[8]   Ecuador 0:49:10.98
  Brayan Ramírez   Colombia 0:49:41.62
  Jonathan Monsalve   Venezuela 0:50:09.52
4 Eder Freyre   Mexico 0:50:38.54
5 Ulises Alfredo Castillo   Mexico 0:50:53.74
6 José Rujano   Venezuela 0:50:59.90
7 Gonzalo Garrido   Chile 0:51:03.11
8 João Pereira   Brazil 0:51:19.65
9 Julio Padilla   Guatemala 0:51:28.86
10 Daniel Díaz   Argentina 0:52:07.10
11 Miguel Álvarez   Mexico 0:53:26.29
12 Christopher Olavarria   Chile 0:53:38.06
13 René Corella   Mexico 0:53:53.83
14 Juan Magellan   Mexico 0:57:24.78
15 Yonder Godoy   Venezuela 0:57:24.78
16 Henry Velasco   Ecuador 0:57:24.78
17 Flavio Moon   Mexico 0:57:24.78
18 Alfredo Ajpacaja   Guatemala 0:57:24.78
19 Byron Guamá   Ecuador 0:57:24.78
20 Patricio Almonacid   Chile 0:57:24.78
21 Diego Milán   Dominican Republic 0:57:24.78
22 Alan Valens   Brazil 0:57:24.78
23 Miguel Ubeto   Venezuela 0:57:24.78
24 Luis Sepúlveda   Chile 0:57:24.78
25 Alonso Gamero   Peru 0:57:24.78
26 Jorge Montenegro   Ecuador 0:57:24.78
27 Rafael Andriato   Brazil 0:57:24.78
28 Manuel Rhodes   Guatemala 0:57:24.78
29 Segundo Navarrete   Ecuador 0:57:24.78
30 Fabricio Quirós   Costa Rica 0:57:24.78
31 Augusto Sánchez   Dominican Republic 0:57:24.78
32 Jackson Rodríguez   Venezuela 0:57:24.78
33 Jan Arias   Cuba 0:57:24.78
34 Allan Hernández   Honduras 0:57:24.78
36 Rubén Ramos   Argentina 0:57:24.78
36 José Irias   Costa Rica 0:57:24.78
37 Elias Vega   Costa Rica 0:57:24.78
Robinson Chalapud   Colombia DNF
Román Villalobos   Costa Rica DNF
Nervin Jiatz   Guatemala DNF
Jorge Torres   Honduras DNF
John llorens   Puerto Rico DNF
Juan José Cueto   Dominican Republic DNF
Basilio Ramos   Bolivia DNF
Walter Vargas   Colombia DNF
Cristian Serrano   Colombia DNF
Jonathan Villavicencio   Ecuador DNF
Jonathan de León   Guatemala DNF
Edison Bravo   Chile DNF
Laureano Rosas   Argentina DNF
Magno Nazaret   Brazil DNF
José Alarcón   Venezuela DNF
Lucas Gaday   Argentina DNF
William Guzmán   Dominican Republic DNF
Ismael Sánchez   Dominican Republic DNF
Juan Martínez   Puerto Rico DNF
Melbin Cano   Nicaragua DNF
Marlon Samayoa   Nicaragua DNF
Miguel Alcocer   Argentina DNF
Joseph Chavarria   Costa Rica DNF
Alejandro Durán   Argentina DNF
Brian Babylon   Puerto Rico DNF
Edgardo Richie   Puerto Rico DNF
Samuel Colonel   Paraguay DNF
Jaime Ramírez   Nicaragua DNF
Ernesto Mora   Paraguay DNF
Adderlyn Cruz   Dominican Republic DNF
Argenis Vanegas   Nicaragua DNF
Gregory Brenes   Costa Rica DNF
Luis Mansilla   Chile DNF

Men elite individual time trialEdit

Rank Rider Nation Time
  Walter Vargas[9]   Colombia 0:49:10.98
  Laureano Rosas   Argentina 0:49:41.62
  Cristian Serrano   Colombia 0:50:09.52
4 Patricio Almonacid   Chile 0:50:38.54
5 Román Villalobos   Costa Rica 0:50:53.74
6 Alejandro Durán   Argentina 0:50:59.90
7 Manuel Rodas   Guatemala 0:51:03.11
8 Magno Nazaret   Brazil 0:51:19.65
9 Luis Sepúlveda   Chile 0:51:28.86
10 José Rujano   Venezuela 0:52:07.10
11 Flavio de Luna   Mexico 0:53:26.29
12 Yonder Godoy   Venezuela 0:53:38.06
13 Segundo Navarrete   Ecuador 0:53:53.83
14 Ernesto Mora   Paraguay 0:57:24.78

Women's road raceEdit

Rank Rider Nation Time
  Iraida García[10]   Cuba 2:38:26
  Arlenis Sierra   Cuba 2:38:27
  Flavia Cardoso   Brazil 2:38:27
4 Ingrid Drexel   Mexico 2:38:29
5 Wilmary Moreno   Venezuela 2:38:29
6 Laura Lozano   Colombia 2:38:29
7 Ana Sanabria   Colombia 2:38:30
8 Evelyn García   El Salvador 2:38:32
9 Sofía Arreola   Mexico 2:38:32
10 Daniela Lionço   Brazil 2:38:49
11 Erika Valera   Mexico 2:41:38
12 Paola Muñoz   Chile 2:41:38
13 Carolina Rodríguez   Mexico 2:41:38
14 Lilibeth Chacón   Venezuela 2:41:38
15 Yngrid Porras   Venezuela 2:41:41
16 Janildes Fernandes   Brazil 2:41:43
17 Clemilda Fernandes   Brazil 2:41:44
18 Ana Casas   Mexico 2:41:44
19 Daniely García   Venezuela 2:41:44
20 Zuralmy Rivas   Venezuela 2:41:44
21 Luz Tovar   Colombia 2:41:44
22 Marlies Mejías   Cuba 2:41:44
23 Constanza Paredes   Chile 2:41:44
24 Jennifer César   Venezuela 2:41:44
25 Camila Valbuena   Colombia 2:41:44
26 Edith Guillén   Costa Rica 2:41:44
27 Camila Coelho   Brazil 2:41:44
28 Miryan Núñez   Ecuador 2:41:50
29 Yeny Colmenares   Colombia 2:41:52
30 Ana Polegatch   Brazil 2:41:55
31 Mayra Rocha   Mexico 2:42:04
32 Serika Gulumá   Ecuador 2:44:26
Aranza Villalón   Chile DNF
Nikole Narváez   Ecuador DNF
Yeneth Amurrio   Bolivia DNF
Unice Rojas   Costa Rica DNF
Ana Suarez   Ecuador DNF
María Vargas   Costa Rica DNF
Yumari González   Cuba DNF
Javiera Reyes   Chile DNF
Gigliola Monichi   Chile DNF
Sharon Sarabia   Bolivia DNF
Paula Ruiz   Chile DNF

Women's time trialEdit

Rank Rider Nation Time
  Sérika Guluma[9]   Colombia 0:27:44.39
  Ana Sanabria   Colombia 0:28:05.62
  Ingrid Drexel   Mexico 0:28:46.36
4 Evelyn García   El Salvador 0:28:56.98
5 Constanza Paredes   Chile 0:30:07.37
6 Jennifer César   Venezuela 0:30:08.74
7 Clemilda Fernandes   Brazil 0:30:09.88
8 Cristina Greve   Argentina 0:30:36.01
9 Daniela Lionço   Brazil 0:30:56.79
10 Ana Suárez   Ecuador 0:32:26.37
11 María Vargas   Costa Rica 0:32:38.86
12 Miryan Núñez   Ecuador 0:39:12.01

Under 23 Men road raceEdit

Rank Rider Nation Time
  José Rodríguez[11]   Chile 3:08:57
  Jonathan Villavicencio   Ecuador 3:09:14
  John Rodríguez   Colombia 3:09:14
4 Carlos Molina   Venezuela 3:09:16
5 Caio Godoy   Brazil 3:09:29
6 Edwar Díaz   Colombia 3:10:26
7 Miguel Flores   Colombia 3:10:59
8 Jefferson Cepeda   Ecuador 3:11:14
9 Germán Tivani   Argentina 3:15:00
10 Anderson Paredes   Venezuela 3:15:05
11 Carlos Ramírez   Colombia 3:16:28
12 Francisco Lara   Mexico 3:16:40
13 Orluis Aular   Venezuela 3:16:54
14 Cristian Pita   Ecuador 3:17:26
15 Celso Ajpacaja   Guatemala 3:17:32
16 Victor Schizzi   Brazil 3:18:24
17 José Rodríguez   Mexico 3:18:33
18 Fernando Arroyo   Mexico 3:19:22
19 Frank Consuegra   Cuba 3:19:24
20 Oscar Serech   Guatemala 3:19:24
21 Renato Tapia   Peru 3:19:28
22 Freddy González   Bolivia 3:19:29
23 Javier Arando   Bolivia 3:19:29
24 Brandon Urrutia   Chile 3:19:29
25 Nicolás Navarro   Argentina 3:19:31
26 Alberto Covarrubias   Mexico 3:19:33
27 José Mendoza   Venezuela 3:19:34
28 Henry Meneses   Venezuela 3:19:34
29 Endrigo Pereira   Brazil 3:19:42
30 Gerson Toc   Guatemala 3:20:41
Gabriel Marin   Costa Rica DNS
Leandro Varela   Costa Rica DNS
Josué Alpizar   Costa Rica DNS
Kevin Murillo   Costa Rica DNS
Daniel Jara   Costa Rica DNS
Wellinton Canela   Dominican Republic DNS
Enmanuel Núñez   Dominican Republic DNS
Robinson Paulino   Dominican Republic DNS
José Rodríguez   Nicaragua DNS
Gregory Vanderpool   Barbados DNF
Matías Muñoz   Chile DNF
Pedro Rodríguez   Ecuador DNF
Jhordan Cuaical   Ecuador DNF
Esteban Villareal   Ecuador DNF
Ismael Cárdenas   Venezuela DNF
Andre Téllez   Peru DNF
Francisco Rivero   Paraguay DNF
Onel Santaclara   Cuba DNF
Sebastian Trillini   Argentina DNF
Alain Quispe   Peru DNF
Elias Tello   Chile DNF
Víctor Grange   Paraguay DNF
Hugo Ruíz   Peru DNF
Sebastian Reyes   Chile DNF
Joshua Kelly   Barbados DNF
Emiliano Contreras   Argentina DNF
Fernando Torres   Argentina DNF
José Santoyo   Mexico DNF
Mauricio Graziani   Argentina DNF
Andre Gohr   Brazil DNF
Matías Arriaga   Chile DNF
Jorge Castro   Costa Rica DNF
Salvador Martínez   El Salvador DNF

Under 23 Men time trialEdit

Rank Rider Nation Time
  José Rodríguez[9]   Chile 0:32:59.49
  Carlos Ramírez   Colombia 0:33:49.35
  John Rodríguez   Colombia 0:34:33.25
4 Sebastián Trillini   Argentina 0:34:38.14
5 Víctor Grange   Paraguay 0:35:21.07
6 Orluis Aular   Venezuela 0:35:22.22
7 Emiliano Contreras   Argentina 0:35:26.29
8 Fernando Arroyo   Mexico 0:32:59.49
9 Freddy González   Bolivia 0:36:27.88
10 Endrigo Pereira   Brazil 0:36:34.59
11 Joshua Kelly   Barbados 0:37:15.04
12 Jefferson Cepeda   Ecuador 0:37:16.16
13 Javier Arando   Bolivia 0:37:18.82
14 Andre Gohr   Brazil 0:37:20.20
15 Frank Consuegra   Cuba 0:37:25.78
16 Matías Muñoz   Chile 0:37:29.61
17 José Rodríguez   Nicaragua 0:37:47.08
18 Ismael Cárdenas   Venezuela 0:38:19.49
19 Pedro Rodríguez   Ecuador 0:38:30.16
20 Andre Téllez   Peru 0:39:17.08

ControversiesEdit

Both Cycling Canada and USA Cycling decided not to attend to the Pan American Championships despite the impact on the 2016 World Championships and the Cycling at the 2016 Summer Olympics due to the ongoing Venezuelan unrest, citing "security concerns".[12] The location of the championships requires flying to Cúcuta, Colombia then taking ground transportation to Táchira, having the border an ongoing increased violence advice from the Canadian[13] and American governments.[14] Earlier in the year, during the 2016 Vuelta al Táchira, riders and technical personnel from Italy suffered the robbery from personal belongings[15] and Venezuelan rider Carlos Castro had his bike robbed.[16]

After spending from 13 May to 17 stranded in the Colombian border, cyclists and technical personal from Chile could finally manage to go through and arrived at San Cristóbal, Táchira on Tuesday 17 May.[17] The Colombian customs authorities denied the passing of goods, but the delegations from Costa Rica, Brazil and Chile were halted in the border and had their practices affected.[18]

During the inaugural session of the championships, protestors demanded in the streets of Rubio were the time trials started,[19] that the National Electoral Council concede the revocatory referendum against Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro.[20][21]

ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ "Medalla de oro para ecuatoriano Jonathan Caicedo en el Campeonato Panamericano de ciclismo". El Comercio (in Spanish). EFE. 22 May 2016. Retrieved 23 May 2016.
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  12. ^ "Canada pulls out of Pan Am Road Championships for security reasons". Cycling Canada. 15 May 2016. Retrieved 21 May 2016.
  13. ^ "Venezuela". Government of Canada. 13 May 2016. Retrieved 21 May 2016.
  14. ^ "Venezuela Travel Warning". U.S. Department of State. 18 September 2015. Archived from the original on 2017-06-16. Retrieved 21 May 2016.
  15. ^ "Robaron a italianos que participaron en la Vuelta al Táchira". El Periódico Venezolano (in Spanish). 20 January 2016. Archived from the original on 12 July 2016. Retrieved 21 May 2016.
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  17. ^ "Aduana colombiana impidió paso de bicicletas a selección chilena". Cooperativa.cl (in Spanish). 13 May 2016. Retrieved 21 May 2016.
  18. ^ "Chilenos lograron ingresar con sus bicicletas a Venezuela tras varios días de espera". Cooperativa.cl (in Spanish). 17 May 2016. Retrieved 21 May 2016.
  19. ^ "Con la contrarreloj inicia el Panamericano de Ciclismo". Meridiano (in Spanish). 16 May 2016. Retrieved 21 May 2016.
  20. ^ "Opositores aprovechan inicio del Panamericano de Ciclismo para exigir revocatorio". El Cooperante (in Spanish). 19 May 2016. Retrieved 21 May 2016.
  21. ^ "Piden el RR en Rubio durante los Panamericanos de Ciclismo". Sumarium (in Spanish). 19 May 2016. Archived from the original on 18 September 2016. Retrieved 21 May 2016.