Belem Guerrero

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Belem Guerrero
Personal information
Full name Belem Guerrero Méndez
Born (1974-04-08) 8 April 1974 (age 44)
Mexico City, Mexico
Team information
Discipline Track & road
Role Rider
Rider type Endurance
Professional team(s)
1999 Acca Due O

Belem Guerrero Méndez (born March 8, 1974 in Mexico City) is a retired Mexican road and track cyclist who represented Mexico at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens where she won a silver medal in the Women's Points Race.

She won the points race gold and the bronze medals in 3000m Individual Pursuit and road race during the 1998 Central American and Caribbean Games, but failed the doping control with Pseudoephedrine and her medals were stripped.[1][2]

Palmarès[edit]

1997
3rd Points race, UCI Track Cycling World Championships
1998
2nd Points race, UCI Track Cycling World Championships
1999
2nd Points race, Round 5, Track World Cup, Cali
2001
3rd Points race, UCI Track Cycling World Championships
2nd Pan American Championships, Road, Medellin
2002
1st Pan American Championships, Road, Quito
1st Pan American Championships, Track, Individual pursuit, Quito
1st Pan American Championships, Track, Scratch, Quito
2nd Pan American Championships, Track, Points race, Quito
3rd Stage 4, Redlands Bicycle Classic
3rd Scratch race, Round 1, Track World Cup, Monterrey
1st Points race, Round 1, Track World Cup, Monterrey
2004
3rd Points race, UCI Track Cycling World Championships
2nd Points race, Round 1, Track World Cup, Moscow
3rd Points race, Round 3, Track World Cup, Manchester
2nd Points race, Summer Olympics
2007
1st Pan American Championships, Track, Points race, Valencia
2nd Pan American Games, Road, Rio de Janeiro
3rd Pan American Games, Points race, Rio de Janeiro
2008
3rd Copa Federacion Venezolana de Ciclismo
3rd Pan American Championships, Road
3rd Stage 4, Vuelta Ciclista Femenina a el Salvador, Lourdes

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Escandalo por dopaje de mexicanos". El Tiempo (in Spanish). 1998-08-20. Retrieved 2016-04-16. 
  2. ^ "Soraya, octava mexicana con problemas de dopaje". El Universal (in Spanish). Mexico City, Mexico. NOTIMEX. 2002-08-25. Retrieved 2016-04-16. 

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