Oscar Quiros wins 30th Edition of KREM New Year’s Day Cycling Classic

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The Cycling Federation of Belize in collaboration with KREM Radio held its 30th Edition of the KREM Cycling Classic on Wednesday 1st January, 2020.
The 96 miles event started at 9:00 am from the Belize-Mexico Border in Santa Elena, Corozal District, for the Elite and Master Riders, while the female and junior riders started their journey from in front of the Orange Walk Town Council where the race then concluded on the Central American Boulevard with its junction with Mahogany Street.
The first Elite rider to cross the finish line was Oscar Quiros of the Smart Team in a time of 3:49:02 to capture the 30th Edition of the KREM New Year’s Day Cycling Title. Quiros was followed by Josyln Chavarria Jr. of Digicell Elite Cycling Team with a time of 3:49:05 and he was followed by Richard Santiago of Team Clear the Land in a time of 3:49:09 and he was followed by John Delong of Team Skyline in a time of 3:50:03 and he was followed by Angel Tzib of Westrac Alliance in a time of 3:50:12 to round off the top five finishers in the Elite category.
The other top finishers in the Elite category included Giovanni Lovell of Team Digicell Elite Cycling Team in a time of 3:50:17 and he was followed by Keion Roberteau of Westrac Alliance in a time of 3:50:19 and he was followed by Byron Pope of Benny’s Megabytes and he was followed by Anthony Taylor who was unattached and he was followed by Gregory Lovell of Digicell Elite Cycling Team to round off the top ten finishers in the event.
Meanwhile, in the Masters 35+ category, the first rider to cross the finish line was Gregory Lovell of Digicell Elite Cycling Team in a time of 3:50:21 and he was followed by Herman Requena of Santinos and he was followed by Kent Gabourel of Kulture.
In the Masters 4/5 Category, the first rider to cross the line was John Olivera and he was followed by Thomas Sherman and he was followed by Roque Matus.
In the Junior event, first place went to Jyven Gonzalez, second place went to Marion Munoz while third place went to Daniel Williams all from Jason’s Cycling Team.