Cantabrian Cycling Championship
Treceño-Treceño (13,4 km ITT)
The first year youngster David Gimeno was proclaimed this Saturday the new champion of Cantabria in the time trial modality after winning in a time trial that took place in the town of Treceño over 13.4 kilometres.
Gimeno stopped the clock at 19:01, more than half a minute better than Alejandro González (Corbatas Pindal) and almost a minute less than Alain Suárez (Corbatas Pindal), the two runners who completed the podium.
Fourth, two seconds away from the bronze medal of Alain Suárez, concluded the other Cantabrian of the Kometa-Xstra Cycling Team, David Quevedo, who completed the time trial in 19:58.
The race was held on a broken track based on the N-634. The riders headed for San Pedro and Lamadrid, a town where they made a 180-degree turn after 6.7 kilometres of racing.
This Sunday, also in Treceño, some road races will be held, which, in the case of the junior category, has a length of 87.3 kilometres.
📷 Nacho Teja (1, 3), Familia Gimeno (2)
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