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South American Beach Tour reaches final stop in Colombia

Colombia hosts last stop in the 2014 South American Beach Tour
Playa Blanca, Colombia, July 18, 2014 - The 2014 South American Beach Tour ends in Colombia after stops in eight venues across the continent. The ninth stage of the Tour will take place from July 18-20 at Playa Blanca on the shores of Lake Tota, in the Colombian department of Boyacá.

Thirty-two teams will compete for medals at the last stop of the South American Beach Tour and attempt to improve their continental rankings. The competition will take place surrounded by beautiful Andean landscapes, pristine waters and the white sands of Playa Blanca's iconic laguna. Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay and Venezuela will be represented. Ecuador and Peru will only field women's pairs. Hosts Colombia, on the other hand, will have no less than 15 teams involved - seven women's teams and eight men's teams.

Chile currently lead the men's rankings with Marco and Esteban Grimalt. Brazil and Argentina occupy ranks two and three. Brazil top the women's rankings, followed by Argentina and Uruguay in second and third place.

Registered teams - Women

Argentina 1: Virgini Zonta / Julieta Puntin
Argentina 2: Camila Hiruela /Irene Verasio
Brazil: Elize Maia Secomandi /Liliane Maestrini
Chile: Maria Francisca Rivas /Camila Pazdirek
Colombia 1: Andrea Galindo /Claudia Galindo
Colombia 2: Cristina Escobar / Rosa Beltran
Colombia 3: Marly Ardila / Melissa Avendaño
Colombia 4: Ketherine Valderrama / Andrea Valero
Colombia 5: Claudia Polo /Paula Martinez
Colombia 6: Yeimy Luna / Viviana Garzon
Colombia 7: Maria Sotelo / Jessica Medina
Ecuador: Ariana Vilela Becerra / Valentina Centeno Arteaga
Peru: Andrea Sandoval / Marisol Mendoza
Uruguay: Lia Fortunati / Florencia Rotti
Venezuela 1: Olaya Pazo Perez / Norisbeth Agudo
Venezuela 2: Orquidea Vera /Gabriela Brito

Registered teams - Men

Argentina 1: Facundo Del Coto / Ian Mehamed
Argentina 2: Santiago Aulisi / Leo Aveiro
Brazil 1: Marcio Araujo / Saymon Santos
Brazil 2: Bruno de Paula /Hevaldo Sabino
Chile: Rodrigo Salinas /Matias Tobar
Colombia 1:  Julian Carmona / Juan Camilo Gil
Colombia 2: Julian Castro /Deivi Paez
Colombia 3: Edwin Quintero / Jesus Arias
Colombia 4: Gustavo Piedrahita / Alex Racero
Colombia 5: Carlos Vasquez / Jhon Castro
Colombia 6: Miguel Montoya / David Colmenares
Colombia 7: Johan Murray / Jorge Manjarres
Colombia 8: Luis Granados/ Edwin Rondon
Uruguay:  German Varela /Martin Molina
Venezuela 1: Ronald Fayola / Carlos Rangel
Venezuela 2: Vicente Salazar / Jonathan Golindano

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