Leonardo Narváez

  (Redirected from Leonardo Alfredo Narvaez Romero)

Leonardo Alfredo Narváez Romero (born December 10, 1980 in Cali, Valle del Cauca) is a male professional track and road cyclist from Colombia. He won two medals for his native country at the 2007 Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

CareerEdit

2003
2nd in   Colombia National Championship, Track, 1 km, Duitama (COL)
3rd in   Colombia National Championship, Track, Keirin, Duitama (COL)
2nd in   Colombia National Championship, Track, Sprint, U23, Duitama (COL)
  in Pan American Games, Track, Sprint, Santo Domingo (DOM)
  in Pan American Games, Track, Team Sprint, Santo Domingo (DOM)
2004
  in Pan American Championships, Track, Keirin, San Carlos Tinaquillo
2005
2nd in   Colombia National Championship, Track, Keirin, Colombia (COL)
2007
  in Pan American Games, Track, Keirin, Rio de Janeiro (BRA)
  in Pan American Games, Track, Team Sprint, Rio de Janeiro (BRA)
2008
1st in Track, Keirin, Cali (COL)
2009
  in Pan American Championships, Track, Sprint, Mexico City (MEX)[1]
2010
  in Central American and Caribbean Games, Track, Keirin, Mayagüez (PUR)
  in Central American and Caribbean Games, Track, Team Sprint, Mayagüez (PUR)
  in Central American and Caribbean Games, Track, 1km time trial, Mayagüez (PUR)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Results - Cycling - Track 2009/2010 - Men - Elite - Championnats Pan Americains (MEX/CC) - Sprint". Union Cycliste Internationale. Retrieved 19 November 2013.