Roniel Campos won the second stage and is the leader

The Yaracuyano was placed leader in the Tour of Táchira | @almeida_ernesto

The cyclist from Yaracuyano Roniel Campos, from Atlético Venezuela, struck the table to win the second stage of the 56 ° of the Vuelta al Táchira and position himself as líder general

With a time of 2 hours, 20 minutes and 24 seconds in the journey of 113 kilometers in the section between Ejido-Mérida-Lagunillas.

Behind the Venezuelan arrived the Spanish Óscar Sevilla (Medellín), in third place and 31 seconds, the Venezuelan Yoman Fuentes (Vit Osorio GW). The young Italian Santiago Umba, only 18 years old, finished in fifth place, 57 seconds behind the winner and 4 seconds behind Franklin Chacón (Venezuela Country of the Future), fourth placed.

Now, the Venezuelan Campos commands the general with 3 seconds ahead of Sevilla and 39 over Fuentes.

The third stage of the Vuelta al Táchira will be held this Tuesday with a 126,8-kilometer route between the towns of Zea and La Grita.

ratings

Stage classification:

1. Roniel Campos (Atletico Venezuela) - 2:20:24
2. ÓSCAR SEVILLA (ESP / Medellín) - mt
3. Yorman Fuentes (VEN / Vit Osorio GW) at 0:31
4. Franklin Chacón (VEN / Venezuela Country of the Future) at 0:53
5. Santiago Umba (ITA / Androni Giocattoli-Sidermec) at 0:57
6. Simon Pellaud (SUI / Androni Giocattoli) at 1:31
7. José Alarcón (VEN / Deportivo Táchira) at 1:39
8. Sebastián Castaño (COL / Orgullo Paisa) at 1:44
9. Anderson Timoteo Paredes (VEN / BEST PC) at 1:46
10. Henry Meneses (VEN / Deportivo Táchira) at 1:50

General ranking:

1. Roniel Campos (Atletico Venezuela) - 5:11:47
2. ÓSCAR SEVILLA (ESP / Medellín) at 0:03
3. Yorman Fuentes (VEN / Vit Osorio GW) at 0:39
4. Franklin Chacón (VEN / Venezuela Country of the Future) at 1:05
5. Santiago Umba (ITA / Androni Giocattoli-Sidermec) at 1:08
6. José Alarcón (VEN / Deportivo Táchira) at 1:51
7. Sebastián Castaño (COL / Orgullo Paisa) at 1:56
8. ÓSCAR SEVILLA (ESP / Medellín) at 1:58
9. Henry Meneses (VEN / Deportivo Táchira) at 2:02
10. Manuel Medina (VEN / Atlético Venezuela) at 2:05
11. Brayan Sánchez (COL / Medellín) at 2:05

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