Belgian cyclist Iljo Keisse, who was fined by the judge of San Juan for undermining the sergeant's honor when he took a picture with him, was expelled from "Vuelta Ciclistica and San Juan" because of inappropriate behavior.
According to Olimpia Club Pedal, the organizer of an international competition with cycling teams from different countries, Iljo Keisse was eliminated from the test "for behavior that threatens the reputation and honor of Vuelta and San Juan, the International Union of Cyclists (UCI) and cycling in general",
Keisse and her colleagues made a snapshot with a waitress from a confectionery in San Juan on Friday, He stood behind her and laid his hands on the back of his neck,
For this gesture Judge Faltas imposed a fine of 3000 pesos that the Belgians paid and also apologized at a press conference.
Similarly, the Secretary of Sport San Juan demanded a sports sanction for a competitor who was accepted by the organizing club.
Olimpia Club Pedal issued a statement stating that "in accordance with the request of the Minister of Sport and the Government of San Juan, on the basis of the provisions of the International Union for Cycling, it was decided to separate from the" a Belgian cyclist
The club said it had decided to use an article on regulation that says it "a cyclist must always have the right presentation and behave comfortably in all circumstances, even outside the tests",