The cyclist Lisandra Guerra implanted Panamerican record
- Submitted by: Luis Manuel Mazorra
- 09 / 23 / 2014
During the celebration of the First Sportive Panamerican Festival in Mexico Cuban cyclist Lisandra Guerra shined in the 500 meter time trial to achieve implementation of a new Panamerican record.
The Aguascalientes Velodrome was the witness of the 33,036 seconds achieved by the 27 year old who broke his own record of 33,272 seconds set last year during the celebration of the Panamerican Games in Mexico City.
With this victory not only climbed to the top of the podium but also won the ticket to the continental Toronto 2015, an achievement that also reached the Colombian Juliana Gaviria (33,689) and the Venezuelan Mariesthela Vilera (34,563), silver and bronze medalists, respectively.
Similarly, from Cuba, attending the Canadian event next year the members of the team pursuit quartet, winning the second seat were awarded. United States beat this test.
Source: Diario de Cuba