Oscar Sevilla plans to race at least one more year

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Oscar Sevilla at the Vuelta a San Juan 2020, where he came third overall (Image credit: Bettini Photo)

Oscar Sevilla may be 45 but  he has no plans to retire just yet. Two decades after finishing second at the Vuelta a España, the Spaniard intends to ride for Colombian continental squad Team Medellin into 2022.

Sevilla, who is now firmly ensconced in Colombia, told one of the nation’s newspapers that while he thinks about retirement, it is not a move he is ready for yet. 

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