Posted: Monday, May 16, 2022. 10:38 am CST.
Photo Courtesy: CFB
By Rubén Morales Iglesias: Joslyn Chavarria Jr won the G-Flow 80-mile Cycling Race as his team, 501 Valvoline, was dominant capturing the top three spots on Sunday.
The 80-mile race, sanctioned by the Cycling Federation of Belize (CFB), started at 9:00 am in front of the Garbutt’s Puma Gas Station in Roaring Creek, headed to Mile 8 at Western Paradise via the George Price Highway, and returned to finish at the top of the Roaring Creek Hill.
Chavarria clocked three hours, 15 minutes, and 16 seconds (03:15:16) to win the G-Flow 80-mile Cycling Race. His teammates rode in seven seconds later in 03:05:23; Oscar Quiroz capturing second place and his brother Derrick ‘Phenom’ Chavarria securing the third spot. Derrick was also the first U23 rider to finish.
Westrac Alliance’s Byron Pope was fourth in 03:15:27; 11 seconds behind.
Kulture’s Kenroy ‘Smokes’ Gladden, the first Masters 35+ Category rider, was fifth in 3:15:27 as well.
501 Valvoline’s Joshua Fuller was sixth in 03:15:29; 13 seconds behind.
Six cyclists rode in 25 seconds behind the winner. That group was led by the first Junior rider, Delton Rojas in seventh place, clocking 03:15:41.
Eight place was taken by the first Junior-Youth Tyler Tejeda of the Chavarria Cycling Team. Independent riders Hollis Baptist and George Abraham Jr were ninth and tenth respectively.
Abraham was the Weekend Warriors 4/5 winner.
501 Valvoline’s Brandon Cattouse was 11th and G-Flow’s Giovanni Lovell took 12th. Cattouse was second in the Masters 35+ Category.
Alicia Thompson, the only woman to ride, was 31st in 3:37:13; 21:57 behind.
Ten riders did not finish the race.
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