Determined Escarabajos show up at the Vuelta

Rubiano awarded as most combative rider after the breakaway, Torres with the strongest in the uphill finish Claudio Corti had warned: “The early days will be the most difficult for us, our Vuelta a Espana will start in Sierra de Cazorla.” His Colombia-Coldeportes’ guys did not let him down in the sixth stage, Cordoba-Sierra de Cazorla (200 km), delivering a courageous and aggressive performance on the day that featured the second uphill finish of the Vuelta. The winner’s name did not change from the first one though: after surrendering the lead for only one second in yesterday’s stage, Esteban Chaves...

Read more
Alternative text

GALLERY: Behind the Vuelta with David Powell – stage 5

So many details have to be ready when the race starts, David Powell takes a close look to them!

Read more
Alternative text

Avenir, Martinez strong fifth in first uphill finish

Colombia-Coldeportes youngster bags first top-5 placement in an attacking display Colombia-Coldeportes’ Daniel Martinez was one of the most expected riders of the Colombia National Team in the first uphill finish of the Tour de l’Avenir, the most important Under 23 stage race in the World. In the fifth stage of the race, Megeve-La Rosiere (103,1 km) on Thursday August 27th, the 19-year-old rider from Bogotà finished fifth at the end of a tough day, characterized by a number of attacks since the early kilometres. The stage win went to France’s Guillaume Martin, who managed to resist to the comeback of...

Read more
Alternative text

FOCUS

  • Colombia and Vuelta: a history made on climbs

    Team Colombia-Coldeportes about to face the greatest challenge of the season. The top achievements of the Escarabajos in Spain: a history of mountains and legendary climbers Team Colombia-Coldeportes is getting...

LATEST TWEETS

UPCOMING EVENTS