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Sofía Gómez Villafañe heads to Unbound Gravel with shift from MTB to gravel

Swenson and Gomez Villafane win Fuego XL 100km titles at Sea Otter Classic

Sofía Gómez Villafañe doesn’t shy away from any hurdles, having earned a spot on the Tokyo Olympic Games mountain bike team for Argentina and then winning the insanely intense Cape Epic the next year with Haley Batten. In her first ride at Unbound Gravel 200 last year, the longest one-day race of her career, she won. 

The 29-year-old embarked into gravel racing just two years ago, winning in her first outing at Crusher in the Tushar, located on familiar high desert terrain a few hundred miles south where she resides part of the year in Heber City. 

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