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Stefany Hernández won the 3rd place at the 1st Valid of the BMX World Cup

Stefany Hernández won the 3rd place at the 1st Valid of the BMX World Cup

Posted by Dubraswka Aguilar on April 21, 2014

Stefany Hernández, the only representative from Latinamerica, started the race at fourth place at the 1st Valid of the BMX World Cup held in Manchester, England, behind the australian Caroline Buchanan and the american Crain Brooke, reported the press release from the competition.

Hernández, a venezuelan who competed in the 2012 London Olympics, set a time of 33.320, while Buchanan and Brooke set a time of 32.686 and 33,057, respectively.

For the venezuelan, the third place is a entirely success. Last year (2013), she scored the sixth place in the Netherlands, and for this classification, Hernández succesfully got great places on three previous races.

Stefany Hernández ran in the first heat of the first round, where she took the third place with a final time of 35 seconds 408 milliseconds, behind the winner Sarah Walker of New Zealand (33,884) and Australia's Carolina Buchanan (34,420).

In April, the venezuelan BMX runner scored the first place in the first two rounds of the 1st Valid of the BMX European League event in Zolder, Belgium. At Finals Charlotte Green from United Kingdom, Sarah Walker from New Zealand, Pauline Corlobe from France and Laura Smulder from Netherlands won the main places of the race. 

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