Posted: Sunday, June 20, 2021. 5:27 pm CST.
By Rubén Morales Iglesias: Belizean-American Justin Williams of team L39ION who recently changed nationality affiliation with UCI, on Sunday won the National Road Championship just edging out Oscar Quiroz of the 501 Valvoline Cycling Team at the finish line.
Shaun Codd of G-Flow won the U-23 category. Westrac’s Eric Trapp was 2nd and Westrac’s Gian Lino 3rd.
Brandon Cattouse of C-Ray D. Banner Cycling Team won the Masters and Kent ‘Bob’ Gabourel of team Cycology was second.
The Men’s Road Race Championship covered 87 miles while the Women’s and Juniors’ ran for 57 miles.
The national road race started at the Crooked Tree junction (Mile 31) on the Philip Goldson Highway, turned right at Ladyville, went onto the Airport Road, the John Smith Road, the George Price Highway from Mile 8 to Hattieville, turning right into the Boom Road, back to the Philip Goldson Highway and back to the John Smith, and the one more lap in the John Smith-Boom circuit, finishing just before the entrance to Western Paradise.
The Junior Race and Women’s race went 57 miles, starting at the Crooked Tree junction and doing the John Smith-Boom Road circuit once.
Belize Bank’s Swoosh Alicia Thompson edged out defending champion Kaya Cattouse of the C-Ray’s D. Banner Cycling Team to win the Women’s National Road Championship. Nicole Gallego of M&M Engineering rode in 3rd. Gabrielle Gabourel of the C-Ray’s Team was fourth.
Gabourel was the Women’s Junior winner.
Derrick Chavarria of the 501 Valvoline Cycling Team won the Junior Race over Renan Codd of G-Flow. Third place Tyler Tejeda of Guerra’s Bikeshop was the winner of the Youth Category
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