Yoanka González

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Yoanka González
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Personal information
Full name Yoanka González Pérez
Born (1976-01-09) January 9, 1976 (age 42)
Villa Clara, Cuba
Team information
Discipline Track
Role Rider
Rider type Endurance

Yoanka González Pérez (born 9 January 1976 in Villa Clara) is a Cuban racing cyclist, competing in both road cycling and track cycling. She was the 2004 scratch cycling world champion. She is also married to cyclist Pedro Pablo Pérez.[1]

Major results[edit]

1995
2nd Med 2.png Pursuit, Pan American Games (Mar del Plata, Argentina)
1999
1st Road Race, National Championship, Cuba
2nd Med 2.png Road Race, Pan American Games (Winnipeg, Canada)
2nd Road Race, B World Championship (Montevideo, Uruguay)
2001
1st Road Race, National Championship, Cuba
1st Individual Time Trial, National Championship, Cuba
2003
1st Med 1.png Road Race, 2003 Pan American Games (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic)
2004
3rd Points race, Moscow, Russia
3rd Individual Time Trial, Pan American Championships
2005
2nd Points race, Moscow, Russia
1st Scratch Race, Moscow, Russia
2006
2nd Road Race, National Championship, Cuba
1st Road Race, Central American and Caribbean Sports Games (Cartagena, Colombia)
2nd Points race, Moscow, Russia
3rd Scratch Race, Moscow, Russia
2007
2nd Points race, Los Angeles, United States of America
1st Points race, Manchester, Great Britain
3rd Track Points race, Pan American Championships
2nd Points race, Beijing, China
3rd Team Pursuit, Beijing, China
2008
2nd Silver medal olympic.svg Points race, Summer Olympics (Beijing)
2014
2nd Silver medal blank.svg Team Pursuit, Pan American Track Championships (with Yudelmis Dominguez Masague, Yumari Gonzalez Valdivieso and Marlies Mejias Garcia)
Copa Cuba de Pista (Havana, Cuba)
2nd Points Race
3rd Omnium
1st Individual Time Trial National Championship, Cuba

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