Final Results: Andes Pacifico 2020

Feb 23, 2020
by Ed Spratt  
Pedro Burns on stage 4

After five days tackling the infamous Chilean anti-grip, the 2020 Andes Pacifico has reached its conclusion. In similar fashion to last year, the two Chilean riders Pedro Burns and Florencia Espiñeira once again took the top spots after winning every day of the event.

In the mens racing, Romain Paulhan settled for second position but unlike 2019 he would be nearly two minutes off the pace of Burns. By the final stage, Iago Garay was able to secure a solid third-place finish beating out Devinci's Greg Callaghan to the final podium spot. In the Womens race, Florencia Espiñeira was unstoppable putting over seven minutes into the closest rider. Paz Gallo managed to come closer than 2019's second-place rider Laura Battista but it wouldn't be enough to stop a charging Espiñeira.

Results:

Open Men:

1st. Pedro Burns: 99:56.84
2nd. Romain Paulhan: +1:57.11
3rd. Iago Garay: +3:59.63
4th. Greg Callaghan: +4:33.68
5th. Fernando Riquelme: +4:58.65


Women:

1st. Florencia Espiñeira: 126:19.70
2nd. Paz Gallo: +7:0.06
3rd. Kimberly Hardin: +7:35.54
4th. Paula Jara: +11:0.15
5th. Tamara Hermosilla: +22:59.64



Master Men:

1st. Nick Hardin: 114:29.80
2nd. Eduardo Soto molina: +13:26.62
3rd. Philip Schlosser: +19:47.03
4th. Rafael Fernandez: +20:4.08
5th. Argel Becerra: +20:58.49





Full Results:
Open Men:




Women:




Master Men:




Previously:
Pinkbike Primer - Everything You Need to Know Ahead of the 2020 Andes Pacifico
Spotted: Greg Callaghan's Devinci with Prototype Fox Suspension and Shimano Drivetrain
Photo Epic: Race Preview - 2020 Andes Pacifico Enduro
Photo Epic: Days 1 & 2 - Andes Pacifico 2020
Photo Epic: Days 3 & 4 - Andes Pacifico 2020


38 Comments

  • 24 0
 Josh Lewis sneaking into the top 10! What a champ!
  • 3 2
 Yeah , hope there’s a film of they’re escapades !
  • 10 1
 Yes, I also hope there is a film. They are escapades all right!
  • 6 7
 @Matt115lamb: personally I'm a bit tired of Brittish Lads, the roosted cornering and the same juvenile jokes.

But to each his own.
  • 28 7
 Shame 50to1 where not on it this time. Or many other EWS elites. Fuck sake, get competing Ratboy. Everyone misses the cut of jer jib lad.
  • 5 1
 He ain't out there jibbin' for the fans like a circus monkey. Id say it's a good thing
  • 15 1
 Damn the gmbn boys both DNF’d
  • 49 5
 Too busy pretending to be Top Gear perhaps?
  • 22 0
 They're poles probably snapped
  • 32 4
 @wellbastardfast: I agree. They are Poles, and probably snapped.
  • 2 1
 they weren't racing were they?
  • 1 0
 @KiwiEnduro128: yeah rich wasn’t doing too bad after day one but I guess he had some issue after that!
  • 1 0
 @jaame: Is the a parrot in the room ?
  • 1 0
 Going purely off the results sheet, it looks like they both missed days 3 and 4. They can't have both had issues so it must be something else. Henry may well have DNF'd day 2 and 5 because he had to swap parts to keep Rich going
  • 1 0
 @Matt115lamb: Is the a parrot in the room?
  • 1 0
 @kyytaM: Is the a parrot in the room?
  • 4 1
 @mtbgeartech: GMBN's bike sponsorships have prevented them from doing what Top Gear did best, which was to actually compare different products.

If GMBN gave up their frame sponsors, they could have an AMAZING show comparing all types of bikes. Maybe one day...
  • 4 1
 @bikekrieg: That's a good point. They do have a diverse staff of journalists. I'm a fan of most of them. I wonder if they're staying away from comparing bikes purposely as to have something a little different than their competition.

My reference to Top Gear is due to the way they play up the "personalities" of each member. Martyn is by far the most genuine but the rest are a bit melodramatic. I imagine a pre-roll with cartoon caricatures. NEAL! The serious racer type... BLAKE! The lovable goofball... DODDY! The brains of the operation... MARTYN! Genuinely good guy that keeps it real.
  • 1 0
 @kyytaM: lol meant to say “is There a parrot in the room”, cos @jaame has just repeated what somebody posted in the 2 above posts !
  • 1 2
 @mtbgeartech: I was discussing with my kids today which one is going to be off the show next. My bet is The Don. Blake is killing the ratings. Two new guys are new (Henry is still really awkward in front of the camera) and Martyn has the job for as long as he wants I hope. The Don has shown what he’s made of for years, and nothing lasts forever.
I was glad to see the back of Scotty. Nothing against him, but nothing special either.
Slugger, he was funny as shit with his deadpan presenting style.
  • 1 0
 @Matt115lamb: I belive he was making the point that "their" should have been used, not "they're". The latter is a contraction of "they are", hence his comments using the full length version.
  • 2 0
 @gmt: my life’s complete , I’ve been grammered by @jaame hehee
  • 6 0
 Wasn't Florencia the most awesome and true winner's bike article ever? Glad she won again! I expect to see her beaten up 2020 bike!
  • 10 3
 Trek slash on the top again..hope they don't ruin it with all the long reach horse shit
  • 5 1
 This seems like one of those bucket list events like doing the mega avalanche. Looks super rad
  • 4 0
 I was really hoping the "Masters Men" group would be a head to head between Ed and Wynn. Was dissapointed.
  • 4 0
 Good man Greg! Stoked lad.
  • 1 0
 So close, super stuff Greg.
  • 2 0
 Romain second at TP and this. Rad rider
  • 1 1
 I think it was When Masters who asked him "so you are a trans specialist?"
  • 2 0
 Bravo Romain, second again Wink Nice Battle with pedro
  • 1 0
 What I notice again and again, all these pros Treks have been decrapified of their Re:aktive pices of ...
  • 2 0
 The Hardins are representing the PNW well! Congrats!
  • 1 0
 Hon the parish Greg.
  • 1 0
 FLACO FLOWWWWWW!
  • 1 0
 Pedro is on fire.
  • 3 6
 can we get a carbon footprint analysis

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