Enzo Cesario

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Enzo Cesario
Medal record
Men's Cycling
Competitor for  Chile
Pan American Games
Gold 2007 Río de Janeiro Individual pursuit
Gold 2007 Río de Janeiro Men's team pursuit


This name uses Spanish naming customs; the first or paternal family name is Cesario and the second or maternal family name is Farias.

Enzo Bruno Cesario Farias (born August 30, 1980 in Villa Alemana) is a male professional track and road racing cyclist from Chile. He won two gold medals for his native country at the 2007 Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Career[edit]

2000
3rd in Prologue Vuelta Ciclista de Chile, Vitacura (CHI)
3rd in Stage 3 Vuelta Ciclista de Chile, El Tabo (CHI)
1st in Stage 6 Vuelta Ciclista de Chile, Penco (CHI)
2001
Bronze medal icon.svg in Pan American Championships, Track, 1 km, Medellin (COL)
2003
2nd in Prologue Vuelta Ciclista de Chile, Concepcion (CHI)
3rd in Stage 8 Vuelta Ciclista de Chile, Limache (CHI)
3rd in Stage 10 Vuelta Ciclista de Chile, Circuito Vitacura (CHI)
Gold medal icon.svg in Pan American Games, Track, Team Pursuit, Santo Domingo (DOM)
2004
Bronze medal icon.svg in Pan American Championships, Track, Team Pursuit, San Carlos Tinaquillo
2nd in Stage 2 Vuelta Ciclista de Chile, Chillán (CHI)
1st in Stage 4 part a Vuelta Ciclista de Chile, Curepto (CHI)
2005
2nd in Stage 4 Vuelta Ciclista de Chile, Algarrobo (CHI)
1st in Stage 5 Vuelta Ciclista de Chile, Villa Alemana (CHI)
Gold medal icon.svg in Pan American Championships, Track, Team Pursuit, Mar del Plata (ARG)
alongside Marco Arriagada, Gonzalo Miranda, and Luis Fernando Sepúlveda
Silver medal icon.svg in Pan American Championships, Track, Madison, Mar del Plata (ARG)
1st in Stage 10 Vuelta a Costa Rica, Guapiles (CRC)
2006
3rd in Stage 10 Vuelta Ciclista Lider al Sur, Circuito Santiago (CHI)
2nd in Stage 3 Vuelta Ciclista Por Un Chile Lider, San Esteban (CHI)
2nd in Stage 4 part b Vuelta Ciclista de Chile, Patrimonio de la Humanidad (CHI)
1st in Stage 7 Vuelta Ciclista de Chile, Pichilemu (CHI)
3rd in Stage 8 part b Vuelta Ciclista de Chile, Curicó circuit (CHI)
2nd in Stage 10 Vuelta Ciclista de Chile, Circuito Santiago (CHI)
1st in Sprints and Mountains Classification Vuelta Ciclista de Chile, Circuito Santiago (CHI)
2007
Gold medal icon.svg in Pan American Games, Track, Individual Pursuit, Rio de Janeiro (BRA)
Gold medal icon.svg in Pan American Games, Track, Team Pursuit, Rio de Janeiro (BRA)
alongside Marco Arriagada, Gonzalo Miranda, and Luis Fernando Sepúlveda

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