The Colombian cyclist along with his team had no surprises in the last stage | Photography: Vuelta a San Juan.
The representatives of the Continental teams had an outstanding performance in the Vuelta a San Juan. Always attatched to the escape, always protagonists, winners of the bonus sprints, they gave the touch of beauty to each stage, when it came to proposing a escape that lasted large part of each stage.
Laureano Rosas (Gremios por el Deporte-Cutral Có) and Carlos Salgueiro (AP Hoptel&Resort – Taviria) were the ones who stood out in this stage, forming part of the escape in the second round and who knew how to stay until 30 km from the end when Laureano Rosas lost speed and entered the last lap on Avenida de Circunvalación, the last survivor of the escape was neutralized by the peloton.
Meanwhile, the overall leader, Miguel Ángel López, was was looked after by his teammates from Team Medellín, who made sure that no one could jeopardize the leadership of Superman and who, lap after lap, saw the hour of glory approaching in San Juan.
The best Continental of the last stage was Bredio Ruiz (Panama is Culture and Values) in 12th place; Cristian Pita (Guayaquil Bank); 30° César Nicolás Paredes (SEP San Juan).
When it came to finding the best classified at the end of the competition, the best place went to none other than the winner of the Vuelta: Miguel Ángel López (Team Medellín); 6th place for César Nicolás Paredes (SEP San Juan); 11th Leandro Messineo (Chimbas Te Quiero); 14th Juan Pablo Dotti (SEP San Juan).