From November 7 to 9 in Guadalajara will be held the first stop of the Cycling World Cup 2014-2015 which involve five Cuban cyclists. The list is headed by Lisandra Guerra and Yumari González, who accompanied Yudelmis Dominguez, Marlies Mejias and Arlenis Sierra.
The event is very important because in addition to serving to tune the main figures in the face of Veracruz-2014, gives points for the upcoming World Championships and Olympic qualifiers Rio-2016.
The National Commissioner of the discipline, Hector Ruiz, said after competing in Guadalajara, where cyclists from 33 countries are expected, the Cuban girls continue their training in Cuba Mexico overlooking the regional games, planned from November 14 to 30.
The second stop of the Cup will be held in London from December 5 to 7 and the third in the Colombian city of Cali, from January 17 to 19, 2015.
From February 18 to 22 will be celebrated the World Championships in Paris, which will assist those who manage sorting through the world ranking.
Cuba Headlines, October 30, 2014