Rosas (SEP San Juan) silver medal at the Pan American. (Tachira, Venezuela)
sub-champion, Pan American Elite Individual Time Trial

The first day of the Pan American Championships road cycling (Tachira, Venezuela) opened with time trials and the start was not the best for the SEP San Juan, with the silver medal in the test individual time trial of Laureano Rosas, El cyclist, SEP San Juan, arrived 31 seconds behind the winner, Colombian Walter Vargas, who won with a time of 49m. 10s. to travel the 38 kilometers of competition.

Walter Vargas with an average speed of 46 kilometers per hour is the new king of the continent elite, Colombian clocked 49'10''98'''', surpassing the Argentine Laureano Rosas for 30 seconds and his compatriot Cristian Serrano to 58 seconds. José Rujano finished in position 10 to 2'56'' while Yonder Godoy culminated in the twelfth step to 4'27''.

In the Under 23 category, Emiliano Contreras was classified in seventh place, remember that Emiliano Contreras is the current Argentine champion against the clock in Under23 category.

Today held the Pan-American Congress of the UCI and the shares will resume on Saturday with online testing of the under 23 male and female elite.
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