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Athletes from eight countries descended 2.4 kilometers in the fourth edition of the Red Bull Monserrate Cerro Abajo competition.
This Saturday, Frenchman Adrien Loron won the fourth edition of the Red Bull Monserrate Cerro Abajo, the longest urban downhill race on the planet, which was held on the traditional Monserrate trail in Bogotá.
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The track, modified to become one of the most demanding in the world, received 21 of the best riders of the planet. And Loron triumphed with a time of 4: 31.485, followed by the Colombian Jhonny Betancurt, from Quindío, and Rafael Gutiérrez, from Caldas.
It was a competition without an audience for the COVID-19 pandemic, after which the winner said: “It is the third time I have participated in Red Bull Monserrate Cerro Abajo and I prepared myself both physically and mentally for this challenge.”
Times and positions of the Red Bull Monserrate Cerro Abajo:
1. Adrien Loron – France – 4: 31,485
2. Jhonny Betancourth – Colombia – 4:32, 285
3. Rafael Gutiérrez – Colombia – 4: 35,351
4. Camilo Sánchez – Colombia – 4: 36,058
5. Steven Ceballos – Colombia – 4:37,279
6. Felipe Agurto – Chile – 4:38,251
7. Pedro Burns – Chile – 4:41,435