Ecuadorians in Giro d’Italia 2022. From left are Jonathan Cassedo, Alexander Sepeda, Richard Carapaz and Jonathan Norvez. Photo: Twitter @JUAN_SE_CHARRY

The Giro d’Italia 2022 is historic for the country due to the presence of four Ecuadorians in the competition. This is the first time in the same version of the famous Pink Race that this tricolor number competes.

Richard Carapaz, Jonathan Norvez (both from Inos Grenadiers); Jonathan Caicedo (EF Education-EasyPost) and Alxander Cepeda (Drone Hopper – Androni Giocattoli) remain steadfast in their goals when the race is half over, with the end of Stage 11 on May 18, 2022.

The test will end on May 29 in Verona with a journey of 3445.6 km in 21 steps.

Karapaz is the main favorite to win this race, the same one he already knew how to be crowned in 2019. That’s why he has a strong team that protects him, including ‘Lagarto’ Norvez, cyclist Playón de San Francisco (Sucumbios) who works day and night for ‘Richie’.

Norway, for example, goes to the front of the carapace to cut the wind so that the team leader can expend a little less energy.

Also, like his other teammates, the ‘lizard’ gets into the team car to bring food and hydration to the carapace. These activities are part of the athletes of a cycling team.

Ecuadorians in General Guerrero

Karapaj (Ainiios) Second, 12 seconds behind leader Juanpe Lopez in position GeneralStage 11 is over.

Jonathan Norvez (Ineos) is in 44th place at 37:07 minutes.

Jonathan Cassedo (EF Education-EasyPost) From Leader at 40:50 in Class 47.

Alexander Sepeda (Drone Hopper – Androni Geocatoli) Located at 109 at 1:45:53.

Karapaz is already second

Ecuadorian cyclist Richard Carapaz took three bonus seconds on the 11th stage of Giro d’Italia, with which he climbed In second place In general classification.

This May 18, 2022, the race leader is still Spanish Juan Pedro Lopez. Then, in 12 seconds, Carapaz and Portuguese Joao Almeida tied. In this way, ‘Ritchie’ rises in two places in Giro.

Earlier in the day, Carchens was fourth, 15 seconds behind the leader.

However, in the Intermediate Sprint (a bonus category), Carapaz took three seconds to cross first, surpassing Frenchman Romain Bardett, who was third, 14 seconds behind Lopez. Now, Bardet is fourth overall.





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