In the Community



The annual race, organized by the Belize Cycling Association in collaboration with Sol Belize Ltd. started at 8:30am in front of Columbus Park in San Ignacio and concluded at the Memorial Park in Belize City.

The National Champion was presented with a $2,000 first prize cheque sponsored by Sol Belize Ltd., a first place trophy from the Belize Cycling Association and the winner’s garland of roses from Florasol, which six-time champion Camille Solis placed around her neck.

She was also awarded a trophy offered by Reginald Jex and a plaque from the Women’s Department in the Ministry of Human Development.

Joe Habet, General Manager, Sol Belize Ltd., said the event was once again a major success and Sol was happy to be a partner:

“The Cross Country Classic has become one of the significant races on the Belize’s cycling calendar, and Sol is proud to be a part of it. We will continue to offer support to the Belize Cycling Association in an effort to ensure the Classic maintains its prominence, as well as continue to grow in the future.”

The other prizes supplied by Sol were that of $1,000 and $700 for second and third place respectively.

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