Colombia receives encouraging news from the UCI and adds its 62nd place for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games | Outside of Football

Colombia receives encouraging news from the UCI and adds its 62nd place for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games | Outside of Football
Colombia receives encouraging news from the UCI and adds its 62nd place for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games | Outside of Football

With less than 85 days left until the start of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, the Colombian delegation announced this Tuesday, May 14, that the International Cycling Union (UCI) granted a new quota for the country in track cycling.

This will be the 62nd quota that the country will have for the next competitions and will be present in the speed and men’s keirin tests, “which was assigned due to the resignation of Suriname to its second place, a novelty that benefited Colombia and Kazakhstan. nation that will have its first participant,” according to the Colombian Cycling Federation.

Colombia reaches 62 places for the 2024 Olympic Games

This ticket is added to those already secured for cyclist Martha Bayona in keirin and speed with Kevin Quintero in the same disciplines. In addition, the numerals of masculine omnium and keirin – feminine speed.

Because of thisThere are now five places that Colombia has in this cycling specialty. Likewise, we are waiting to confirm who the athletes who will be in charge of these numerical quotas are.

For its part, the Colombian Olympic Committee highlighted that, “this last quota had a time difference in its announcement, compared to those that were known on April 23, because it was part of a relocation” by the UCI. .

These are the places for Colombia in Paris 2024

1-18. Colombia Women’s National Team (Soccer-Team)
19. Lorena Arenas (Athletics-20 km. March)
20. Éider Arévalo (Athletics – 20 km. March)
21. Natalia Linares (Athletics – Long jump)
22. Daniel Restrepo (Swimming – 3m Springboard)
23. Ronal Longa (Athletics – 100m dash)
24. Flor Denis Ruiz (Athletics – Javelin Throw)
25. Tatiana Rentería (Wrestling – 76kg.)
26. Angie Orjuela (Athletics-Marathon).
27. Luisa Blanco (Artistic Gymnastics-All-around)
28. Angie Valdés (Boxing – 60 kg women)
29. Valeria Arboleda (Boxing – 57 kg. female)
30. Jenny Arias. (Boxing – 54 kg female)
31. Roberto Terán (Equestrian jumping)
32. Ana María Rendón (Archery – recurve)
33. Víctor Bolaños (Sailing – kite formula)
34. Luis Felipe Uribe (Diving – 3 meter springboard)
35. Alexis Cuero (Greco-Roman wrestling – 77 kg.)
36. Carlos Muñoz (Greco-Roman wrestling – 87 kg.)
37. Alisson Cardozo (wrestling- 50 kg.)
38. Ingrit Valencia (boxing-50 kg.)
39. Yílmar González (boxing-57 kg.)
40. Jhon Edison Rodríguez (sword fencing)
41. Ángel Hernández (trampoline gymnastics)
42. Yenny Álvarez (weightlifting – 59 kg.)
43. Luis Javier Mosquera (Weightlifting – 73 kg.)
44. Yeison López (Weightlifting – 89 kg.)
45. Marí Leivis Sánchez (Weightlifting – 71 kg.)
46-48. Men’s Team (Recurve Bow Shooting)
49. Ángel Barajas (Parallel bars-artistic gymnastics)
50-51. Team Laura Chalarca and César Herrera (Mixed Senior Walking Marathon)
52-53. Team Lorena Arenas and Mateo Romero (Mixed Senior Walking Marathon)
54. Kevin Quintero (Track cycling – keirin speed)
55. Martha Bayona (Track cycling – keirin speed)
56. Numerical quota for track cycling (female – keirin speed)
57. Numerical quota for track cycling (omnium men)
58. Numerical quota for road cycling (women’s long distance)
59-60. Numerical quotas for road cycling (male CRI and long distance)
61. Manuela Gómez (Canoeing – C1-200m)
62.Numerical quota for track cycling (men – keirin speed)

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