Mexican cyclist wins bronze in mountain biking

For the first time, a Mexican cyclist has won in this category

Mexican cyclist wins bronze in mountain biking
Ulloa is becoming one of Mexico's most notable cyclists - Photo: Taken from @ACC_Castillo Twitter account
English 13/08/2018 16:14 Notimex Mexico City Actualizada 16:19

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Gerardo Ulloa, the Barranquilla 2018 winner, won the bronze medal in the 6th station of the Mountain Biking World Cup, in de Mont Sainte Anne, in Canada.

Ulloa, who won gold in cross country in Barranquilla 2018, finished in third place after a tough fight with the South African, Alan Hatherly, who won gold at last. The Mexican finished the race in 1:19.02 hours.

Meanwhile, Hatherly finished with 1:17.44 hours, and Christopher Blevins, from the US, finished with 1:18.12 hours in the under-23 category.

The Jalisco Native is going through a good moment in his career, as he is set to become one of the best cyclists in the world, in the under-23 division, also, he is adding points to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.

Ulloa is getting ready to take part in the 2018 UCI Mountain Bike World Championship, that will take place in Lenzerheide, Switzerland, in September.