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Colombian performance in second day of UCI Cali World Cup.

Fabian Puerta was seventh in Keirin.
October 31st / 2015

Cul 2015

The day began with the running of the 200 meters where Martha Bayona released was ranked 28 with 11 seconds and 308 thousandths. Juliana Gaviria qualified in place 23 with 11,244. In the clash of the knockout he fell against the Chinese Tianshi Zhong, winner at final.

The omnium starts with Juan Esteban Arango and Milena Salcedo as national representatives. At the end of the first three tests (Scratch, individual pursuit and elimination), the best it placed in the general's Arango, who is in seventh accumulated 88 points, product of a second in the scratch, ninth in the eighth persecution and elimination.

Salcedo is ranked 15th overall with 40 points. She was eighth in the scratch, 16 in the persecution, and finally disputed elimination in position 19.

Eduardo Estrada debuted in the individual pursuit with a time of four minutes, 37 seconds and 354 thousandths. He finished in 15th place among 20 participants. The big winner of classify round was the British Andrew Tennant with a record of four minutes, 19 seconds and 992 thousandths.

The female representative was to scratch Valentina Paniagua ranked 14th, in the race won by the Cuban rider Arlenis Sierra.

In the keirin, Fabian Puerta ended in seventh place. Puerta was solid and in good level during the series. In the semifinals however, it gave way in the last resort after a tight packaging in which it was surpassed by Australian Matthew Glaetzer, American Matthew Baranoski and Japanese Yuta Wakimoto. Already in the heat that defined the positions 7 to 12, Puerta won with his usual solvency.


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