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Richard Carapaz wins Tokyo Olympics men’s cycling road race for Ecuador

Richard Carapaz wins Tokyo #Olympics men’s cycling road race for Ecuador

7/24/2021 11:31:00 AM

Richard Carapaz wins Tokyo Olympics men’s cycling road race for Ecuador

Ecuador’s Richard Carapaz won a thrilling men’s cycling road race in front of a few thousand fans at the Fuji International Speedway track on the outskirts of Tokyo. Belgium’s Wout van Aert won a bunch sprint for silver ahead of Tour de France champion Tadej Pogacar of Slovenia, who took bronze.

Ecuador’s Carapaz wins Tokyo Olympics men’s cycling road raceRichard Carapaz celebrates on the finish lineReuters✕Subscribe to Independent Premium to bookmark this article Read more: The Independent »

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