Mexico City. – Yarelly Acevedo Mendoza, an eighth-grade student at the School of Accounting and Management, will be part of the Mexican team that will participate in the Cycling World Cup.
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in Jakarta, Indonesia, from February 24-26; and in Cairo, Egypt, from March 14-17. Both events are organized by the UCI and will qualify for the 2024 Paris Olympic Games.
The UNAM student-athlete secured her spot in the Mexican representative after winning first place in both the individual and team categories of the pursuit.
Yareli Acevedo qualified over long-standing Mexican cyclists such as Tokyo Olympians Daniela Jaciola Gonzalez, Yareli Salazar Vazquez, National Team Champion Sofia Areola Navarro, Nicole Córdova Guerra and Anetti Barrera Esparza.
For this year’s 2023, another Nations Cup is also scheduled to take place in Milton, Canada in April. In light of this, the Puma cyclist stressed that it is important to attend all international competitions to score points. “It is important to go to the Three Nations Cups: Jakarta, Cairo and Melton. I prepare myself like other countries and we cannot be left behind,” he affirms.
The puma athlete qualified for the World Cup twice towards the Olympic Games
In addition to the Nations Cups. Yareli Acevedo seeks to attend many competitions, such as the Pan American Games which will be held in Santiago, Chile, in October. The World Track Cycling Championships will be held in Glasgow, UK, and the Pan American Track Cycling Championships in Argentina.
In 2023, Yarelly Acevedo Mendoza will look to cement the place she has achieved among the world’s top ten cyclists, in the points test, after pedaling at the World Track Cycling Championships held in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, in October 2022.
On that occasion, she represented the Mexican delegation against elite competitors such as Nie Evans of Scotland, Julie Leith of Denmark and Jennifer Valiente of the United States, all Olympic medalists.
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