Argentina is second and this Saturday they lost a little more ground | Photography: Vuelta a San Juan.
Chile continues to keep the leadership that it was able to access in yesterday’s stage to the Altos del Colorado where it obtained an advantage of 35:18 minutes over the Argentinian team. Today, in the definition in Pocito, it was able to stretch that difference a little more, which closed the 6th stage is 36:38 min.
Chile accumulates 71:03:59 hours, against 71:41:39 for Argentina in second place, while Italy continues in third place with 72:04:00, one hour and one second behind the trans-Andean, and 23:23 minutes from Argentina. Uruguay is in fourth place with 72:22:47.
In Chile, Vicente Rojas (23rd), Francisco Kotsakis (63rd) and Manuel Lira (78th) stood out, while in Italy he reached the final sprint, with Italian Mattia Pinazzi entering 10th. The best Argentine was Lukas Dundic in 36th place, while in Uruguay, Antonio Fagundez entered 41st.
Photography: Chile keeps first place among teams in the Vuelta a San Juan