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CARBO Juan Carlos (Colombia)

Update, March 2012.

Just recently (March 2012) I received a letter and information on the sports career of a good friend, Mr. Juan Carlos Carbo Abello of Colombia. It's an impressive resume and it's my honor to show it to you all on this website. Please find details below:

Hello Gerrit,

I am getting ready for my trip to Chula Vista, CA this coming weekend and I thought I will send you my BMX resume for you to look at.

Besides what is written in my short biography there, I will like to tell you that I was also a Founder, Secretary and later President of the Confederacion Americana de BMX CAB. My efforts concluded with the appointment of Colombia to host the 1995 UCI BMX World Championships, and the change of the Cruiser classes that were before 25-39 and went to split to the still current 25-29, 30-34 and 35-39, and the addition of the 45 and over.

 

When I moved to the United States back in 2002 I kept on racing until I got a shoulder injury in 2006 that kept me out of racing for a while. In 2009, currently living in the state of Washington, I decided to come back to race and I have been the # 1 State Plate Winner for 3 years in a row in the Cruiser 46-50 class. Actually, I am working my way up to make it 4 years in a row. Tough challenge.

It is a great satisfaction to me to see that the sport I introduced into my country back in 1976 have bring great Colombian riders into the World racing scene like the awesome Mario Andres Soto (RIP) and the now super fast Elite Women Mariana Pajon.

Just wanted to bring that information and my resume to you since you run the University of BMX and I consider it important for that information to be out there for everybody to see. Sometimes it is a shame to think that a sport starts evolving and the new organizers and riders most of the time forget or never get to know of the origins of it in their own countries, and don't recognize the efforts of the early pioneers. My BMX story and that of my country is no different, and that makes me sad.

Well, I hope everything is okay with you and your family and that hopefully I will see you again soon.

Thanks,
Juan Carlos Carbó Abello

* Note by Gerrit Does: Juan Carlos, I can't agree with you more on what you are stating in your letter in the end (text in blue) and YES, the University of BMX tries to show the respect that pioneers in any field in BMX deserve. Thank you!

And how true can you be Juan Carlos .... at the 30th Olympic Games in London, your Colombian Mariana Pajon did win the Gold medal in Elite Women class. She is you new Olympic Champion and it's because people like YOU, who started BMX in your country, that she could now win this title, CONGRATULATIONS!

JUAN CARLOS CARBO ABELLO

SPORTS RESUME (date March 2012).

1. PERSONAL INFORMATION:

DATE OF BIRTH: May 30th, 1962
PLACE OF BIRTH: Barranquilla, Atlantico, Colombia
AGE: 49 Years
HOME ADDRESS: 14104 North Creek Drive Ap 2414
HOME CITY: Mill Creek, WA, USA
CEL PHONE: 954-529-5206

2. SPORTS INFORMATION:

SPORT: BMX (Bicycle Moto-Cross)
PAST SPONSORS: CICLOPEDIA (1978-1984)
PEPSI COLA (1985)
CAPILL FRANCE (1986)
VIDRIODUPLEX LTD. (1987)
AVIANCA (1988-1992)
PONY MALTA-AVIANCA (1993-1996)
MALTIN POLAR (1997)
CERVEZA POLAR (1998)
MCS BICYCLES USA (1998)
DAN’S COMPETITION USA (1999-2007)
PRESENT SPONSOR: MCS BICYCLES USA (2009-Present)
PRESENT CLASS: USA BMX: Cruiser 46-50

3. SHORT STORY:

Juan Carlos Carbo Abello was one of the pioneers of Colombian BMX. He introduced it to the country at the end of 1976. Since then, he has actively competed in BMX and held various positions in BMX organizations.

As a competitor he has excelled at all levels, winning and being a top finisher at local, national, and international events. He has been Colombian National Champion 60 times, International Champion 88 times, Pan-American Champion 4 times, and Continental Champion once. Finally, after participating in ten World Championships and obtaining privileged positions, he conquered the title of WORLD CHAMPION of the 30-34 years Cruiser class in 1995. During his athletic career he has participated in 1326 competitions, for which he earned 527 trophies and 207 medals. For his success, he has been recognized on many occasions by the Colombian government, athletic associations and federations, and the media.

He has been distinguished for his active participation in athletic organizations overseeing BMX at local, national and international levels. He has contributed enormously to the progress of the sport in his country and in the world. His prominence in the sport led to his selection as a representative of Colombia in the 36th Session of Young Participants of the International Olympic Academy AOC held in Greece in 1996.

4. INTERNATIONAL TITLES:

In his 558 international races, Carbo has obtained the following titles, among others:

WORLD CHAMPION XIV, UCI BMX World Championship
Melgar, Tolima, Colombia. July 1995
SECOND IN THE WORLD XII, UCI BMX World Championship
Schijndel, Holland. July 1993
SECOND IN THE WORLD UCI BMX World Challenge Championship
Melbourne, Australia. July 1998
SECOND IN THE WORLD UCI BMX World Challenge Championship
Cordoba, Argentina. July 2000
SECOND IN THE WORLD UCI BMX World Challenge Championship
Paulinhia, Brazil. July 2002
THIRD IN THE WORLD UCI BMX World Championship
Sao Paulo, Brazil. July 1989
THIRD IN THE WORLD UCI BMX World Championship
Aranda de Duero, Spain. July 1990
CONTINENTAL CHAMPION III UCI American Continental Championship
Salamanca, Mexico. April 1994
SECOND IN THE CONTINENT UCI American Continental Championship
Bogota, D.C., Colombia. February 1989
SECOND IN THE CONTINENT UCI American Continental Championship
Buenos Aires, Argentina. April 1993
SECOND IN THE CONTINENT UCI American Continental Championship
San Leopoldo, Brazil. March 1997
THIRD IN THE CONTINENT UCI American Continental Championship
Bogota, D.C., Colombia. April 1992
PAN-AMERICAN CHAMPION III Pan-American Cup
Curazao. April 1988
PAN-AMERICAN CHAMPION UCI Pan-American Championship
Sao Paulo, Brazil. July 1989
PAN-AMERICAN CHAMPION IV Pan-American Cup
Medellin, Colombia. August 1989
PAN-AMERICAN CHAMPION VI Pan-American Cup
San Antonio, Venezuela. November 1991
PAN-AMERICAN SECOND V Pan-American Cup
Quito, Ecuador. April 1990
PAN-AMERICAN THIRD II Pan-American Cup
Maracay, Venezuela. February 1987
INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION UCI International Grand Prix
Santiago, Chile. October 1989
INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION UCI International Grand Prix
Santiago, Chile. October 1990
INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION UCI International Grand Prix
Santiago, Chile. October 1991
INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION UCI International Championship
Echichens, Switzerland. April 1992

INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION, UCI Pre-World Championship
Schijndel, Holland. July 1993
INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION, UCI Pre-World Championship
Valkenswaard, Holland. July 1993
INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION UCI, Pre-World Championship
Baarlo, Holland. July 1993
INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION UCI-NBL Pre-World Championship No. 1 & 2
Pittsburgh, PA, USA. July 1994
INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION UCI Pre-World Championship
Ibague, Colombia. July 1995
INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION UCI Pre-World Championship
Bogota, D.C., Colombia. July 1995

INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION UCI South American Championship
San Leopoldo, Brazil. October 1995
INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION UCI International Championship
Viña del Mar, Chile. October 1996
INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION UCI South American Championship
Viña del Mar, Chile. October 1996
INTERNATIONAL CHAMPION UCI-NBL Pre-World Championship
Calgary, Canada. July 1997

NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Freedom National No. 1 & 2
Evansville, Indiana, USA. July 1994
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Gator National No. 1
Tampa, Florida, USA. October 1994
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Great Lakes National No. 1 & 2
Waterford, Michigan, USA. June 1995
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Freedom National No. 2
Evansville, Indiana, USA. July 1995
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Northeast National No. 1 & 2
East Greenwich, RI, USA. August 1995
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Primm Classic No. 2
Las Vegas, NV, USA. June 1997
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL South East National No. 1
Jacksonville, FL, USA. August 1997
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Longhorn National No. 1 & 2
San Antonio, TX, USA. November 1997
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Southeast National No. 1 & 2
Cape Coral, FL, USA. January 1998
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Daytona Speedway National No. 1 & 2
Daytona, FL, USA. February 1998
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL President’s Cup
Columbus, OH, USA. December 1998
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Christmas Classic No. 1 & 2
Columbus, OH, USA. December 1998
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Southeast National No. 2
Daytona, FL, USA. January 1999
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Winter National No. 1 & 2
Saint Cloud, FL, USA. February 1999

NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Peach State National No. 2
Peach Tree City, GA, USA. March 1999
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Easter Classic No. 1 & 2
Sarasota, FL, USA. April 1999
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Midwest National No. 1
Indianapolis, IN, USA. July 2002
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Midwest Regional National No. 2
Warsaw, IN, USA. August 2002
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Thanksgiving National No. 1
Morristown, TN, USA. November 2002
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Midwest Regional No. 1 & 2
Evansville, IN, USA. January 2003
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Spring National No. 1
Morristown, TN, USA. March 2003
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Peach State National No. 1
McDonough, GA, USA. March 2003
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Gator National No. 1
Tampa, FL, USA. April 2003
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Easter Classic No. 2
Orlando, FL, USA. April 2003
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL MUSIC CITY NATIONAL No. 1 & 2
Nashville, TN, USA. May-June 2003
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Midwest Championship
Evansville, IN, USA. October 2003
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Midwest National No. 1 & 2
Evansville, IN, USA. October 2003
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL CrossRoads National No. 1 & 2
Indianapolis, IN, USA. February 2004
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Hoosier National No. 2
Evansville, IN, USA. May 2004
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Midwest Regional National Nos. 1 & 2
Hillsdale, IN, USA. June 2004
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Midwest Championship
Springfield, IL, USA. October 2004
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Midwest National No. 2
Springfield, IL, USA, October 2004
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL US Open Invitational
Morristown, TN, USA, November 2004
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Thanksgiving National Nos. 1 & 2
Morristown, TN, USA, November 2004
NATIONAL USA CHAMPION NBL Gator National No. 2
Tampa, FL, USA. April 2005
FLORIDA STATE CHAMPION NBL Florida State Qualifier No. 5 & 6
Tampa, FL, USA. May 1998
FLORIDA STATE CHAMPION NBL Florida State Championship
Orlando, FL, USA. May 1998
FLORIDA STATE # 1 NBL Florida State Season
Orlando, FL, USA. January-May 1998

FLORIDA STATE CHAMPION NBL Florida State Qualifier No. 3 & 4
Miami, FL, USA. March 1999
INDIANA STATE CHAMPION NBL Indiana State Qualifier No. 2
Evansville, IN, USA. March 2003
INDIANA STATE CHAMPION NBL Indiana State Qualifiers No. 13 & 14
Evansville, IN, USA. August 2003
INDIANA STATE CHAMPION NBL Indiana State Qualifier No. 3
Hillsdale, IN, USA. June 2004
FLORIDA STATE CHAMPION NBL Florida Summer Series
West Palm Beach, FL, USA. August 2005
WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPION ABA Washington State Qualifier
Port Angeles, WA, USA. July 2009
WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPION ABA Washington State Qualifier
Everett, WA, USA. August 2009
WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPION ABA Washington State Qualifier
Mount Vernon, WA, USA. August 2009
WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPION ABA Washington State Championship
Sea Tac, WA, USA. September 2009
WASHINGTON STATE # 1 ABA Washington State Season
Sea Tac, WA, USA. January-September 2009
WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPION ABA Washington State Qualifier
Sumner, WA, USA. July 2010
WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPION ABA Washington State Qualifier
Mount Vernon, WA, USA. July 2010
WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPION ABA Washington State Qualifier
Everett, WA, USA. July 2010
WASHINGTON STATE # 1 ABA Washington State Season
Sea Tac, WA, USA. January-September 2010
WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPION ABA Washington State Qualifier
Port Orchard, WA, USA. February 2011
WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPION ABA Washington State Qualifier
Walla Walla, WA, USA. May 2011
WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPION ABA Washington State Qualifier
Moses Lake, WA, USA. May 2011
WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPION ABA Washington State Qualifier
Port Angeles, WA, USA. June 2011
WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPION ABA Washington State Qualifier
Richland, WA, USA. June 2011
WASHINGTON STATE # 1 ABA Washington State Season
Sea Tac, WA, USA. January-September 2011
WASHINGTON STATE CHAMPION USA BMX Washington State Qualifier Port Orchard, WA, USA. March 2012
FLORIDA 5 STAR CHAMPION NBL Florida Five Star Season No. 1 & 2
St. Petersburg, FL, USA. September 1997
FLORIDA 5 STAR CHAMPION NBL Florida Five Star Season No. 5 & 6
Saint Cloud, FL, USA. November 1997
FLORIDA 5 STAR CHAMPION NBL Florida Five Star Season No. 3 & 4
Coral Springs, FL, USA. October 1998

FLORIDA 5 STAR CHAMPION NBL Florida Five Star Season No. 5 & 6
Punta Gorda, FL, USA. November 1998
FLORIDA 5 STAR CHAMPION NBL Florida Five Star Season No. 3 & 4
Homestead, FL, USA. October 1999
FLORIDA 5 STAR CHAMPION NBL Florida Five Star Season No. 3 & 4
Homestead, FL, USA. October 2001
FLORIDA 5 STAR CHAMPION NBL Florida Five Star Season No. 5
West Palm Beach, FL, USA. November 2002
NATIONAL # 2 USA NBL National Season 1993-1994
USA. December 1993 to September 1994

INTERNATIONAL SECOND UCI International Grand Prix
Viña del Mar, Chile. August 1988
INTERNATIONAL SECOND UCI International Championship
Grandson, Switzerland. May 1991
INTERNATIONAL SECOND UCI International Championship
Peterborough, England. May 1992
INTERNATIONAL SECOND UCI International Grand Prix
Medellin, Colombia. October 1993
INTERNATIONAL SECOND UCI International Spectacular
Sarasota, Florida, USA. April 1996
INTERNATIONAL SECOND UCI Pre-World Championship
Peterborough, England. August 1996
INTERNATIONAL SECOND UCI Pre-World Championship
Farnham, England. August 1996
INTERNATIONAL SECOND UCI-NBL Pre-World Championship
Calgary, Canada. July 1997
INTERNATIONAL SECOND UCI World Cup Invitational
Calgary, Canada. July 1997

NATIONAL USA SECOND ABA Race of Champions
Oklahoma City, OK, USA. November 1993
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Gator National No. 2
Daytona Beach, FL, USA. February 1994
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Stars-n-Stripes National No. 1
Springfield, Illinois, USA. May 1994
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Summer National No. 1 & 2
Clemons, NC, USA. June 1994
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Southeast National No. 1
West Palm Beach, FL, USA. January 1995
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Easter Classic No. 1 y 2
Orlando, Florida, USA. April 1995
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Christmas Classic No. 1
Columbus, Ohio, USA. December 1995
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Easter National No. 1
West Palm Beach, Fl, USA. April 1996
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Thanksgiving National No. 1 & 2
Morristown, TN, USA. November 1997
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL South East National No. 2
Jacksonville, FL, USA. August 1997

NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Yankee National No. 1 y 2
Meriden, CT, USA. August 1997
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Us Open
Louisville, KY, USA. August 1997
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Fall Classic No. 1 & 2
Flemington, NJ, USA. October 1997
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Christmas Classic No. 1
Columbus, OH, USA. December 1997
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Magnolia National No. 1 & 2
Memphis, TN, USA. March 1998
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Easter Classic No. 2
Orlando, FL, USA. April 1998
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Stars-n-Stripes National No. 2
Pittsburgh, PA, USA. July 1998
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Constitution Classic No. 1 & 2
Trumbull, CT, USA. August 1998
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Southeast National No. 1
Daytona, FL, USA. January 1999
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Gator National No. 1
Orlando, FL, USA. April 1999
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Midwest National No. 2
Indianapolis, IN, USA. July 2002
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Midwest Regional National No. 1
Warsaw, IN, USA. August 2002
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Great Lakes National No. 1 & 2
Waterford, MI, USA. August 2002
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Thanksgiving National No. 2
Morristown, TN, USA. December 2002
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Sunshine National No. 1 & 2
Sarasota, FL, USA. December 2002
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Midwest Regional National No. 2
Indianapolis, IN, USA. February 2003
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Peach State National No. 2
McDonough, GA, USA. March 2003
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Gator National No. 2
Tampa, FL, USA. April 2003
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Easter Classic No. 1
Orlando, FL, USA. April 2003
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Stars-n-Stripes No. 2
Pittsburgh, PA, USA. June 2003
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Great Lakes National No. 1
Waterford, MI, USA. July 2003
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Spring National No. 1
Morristown, TN, USA. March 2004
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Hoosier National No. 1
Evansville, IN, USA. May 2004
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Music City National No. 2
Nashville, TN, USA. August 2004

NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Midwest National No.1
Springfield, IL, USA. October 2004
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Spring National No. 1
Morristown, TN, USA. March 2005
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Easter Classic No. 1
Orlando, FL, USA. March 2005
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Gator National No. 1
Tampa, FL, USA. April 2005
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Hoosier National No. 2
Evansville, IN, USA. June 2005
NATIONAL USA SECOND NBL Fall Classic Nos. 1 & 2
McDonough, GA, USA. October 2005
MIDWEST REGION # 2 NBL Midwest Regional Championship
Evansville, IN, USA. January-October 2003
MIDWEST REGION # 2 NBL Midwest Regional Championship
Springfield, IL, USA. January-October 2004
SOUTHEAST REGION # 2 NBL Southeast Regional Championship
McDonough, GA, USA. October 2005
FLORIDA STATE SECOND NBL Florida State Championship
Orlando, FL, USA. May 1999
FLORIDA STATE SECOND NBL Florida State Qualifier No. 6
Daytona Beach, FL, USA. March 2001
FLORIDA STATE # 2 NBL Florida State Season
Orlando, FL, USA. January-May 1999
FLORIDA STATE SECOND NBL Florida State Qualifier No. 5 & 6
Cape Coral, FL, USA. February 2002
INDIANA STATE SECOND NBL Indiana State Qualifier No. 1
Evansville, IN, USA. March 2003
WASHINGTON STATE SECOND ABA Washington State Qualifier
Sumner, WA, USA. August 2009
WASHINGTON STATE SECOND ABA Washington State Championship
Sea Tac, WA, USA. September 2010
WASHINGTON STATE SECOND ABA Washington State Championship
Sumner, WA, USA. September 2011
FLORIDA 5 STAR SECOND NBL Florida Five Star Season No. 5 & 6
Saint Cloud, FL, USA. November 1999
FLORIDA 5 STAR SECOND NBL Florida Five Star Season No. 3 & 4
Tampa, FL, USA. October 2000
FLORIDA 5 STAR SECOND NBL Florida Five Star Season No. 2
St. Petersburg, FL, USA. September 2001
FLORIDA 5 STAR SECOND NBL Florida Five Star Season No. 6
Orlando, FL, USA. November 2001
FLORIDA 5 STAR SECOND NBL Florida Five Star Season No. 6
West Palm Beach, FL, USA. November 2002
INTERNATIONAL THIRD Colombia-Venezuela Championship
Medellin, Colombia. April 1981
INTERNATIONAL THIRD UCI Pre-Continental Championship
Sao Leopoldo, Brazil. March 1997

INTERNATIONAL THIRD UCI Open International Championship
Melgar, Colombia. April 1999
NATIONAL USA THIRD NBL Grand National
Columbus, OH, USA. September 1994
US OPEN THIRD US Open NBL
Memphis, TN, USA. September 1993
US OPEN THIRD US Open NBL
Louisville, KY, USA. September 1995
NATIONAL USA THIRD NBL Silver National No. 1 & 2
Las Vegas, NV, USA. March 1993
NATIONAL USA THIRD NBL Gator National No. 1
Daytona Beach, FL, USA. February 1994
NATIONAL USA THIRD NBL Stars-n-Stripes National No. 2
Springfield, IL, USA. May 1994
NATIONAL USA THIRD NBL Southeast National No. 2
West Palm Beach, FL, USA. January 1995
NATIONAL USA THIRD NBL Southeast National No. 2
Punta Gorda, FL, USA. January 1996
NATIONAL USA THIRD NBL Gator National No. 1 & 2
Orlando, FL, USA. April 1996
NATIONAL USA THIRD NBL Primm Classic No. 1
Las Vegas, NV, USA. June 1997
NATIONAL USA THIRD NBL Christmas Classic No. 2
Columbus, OH, USA. December 1997
NATIONAL USA THIRD NBL Gator National No. 1
West Palm Beach, FL, USA. April 1998
NATIONAL USA THIRD NBL Easter Classic No. 1
Orlando, FL, USA. April 1998
NATIONAL USA THIRD NBL Stars-n-Stripes National No. 1
Pittsburgh, PA, USA. July 1998
NATIONAL USA THIRD NBL Tarheel National No. 1 & 2
Clemmons, NC, USA. July 1998
NATIONAL USA THIRD Dixieland National NBL No. 2
Nashville, TN, USA. May 1999
NATIONAL USA THIRD NBL Spring National No. 2
Morristown, TN, USA. March 2003
NATIONAL USA THIRD NBL Stars-n-Stripes No. 1
Pittsburgh, PA, USA. June 2003
NATIONAL USA THIRD NBL Great Lakes National No. 2
Waterford, MI, USA. July 2003
NATIONAL USA THIRD NBL Easter Classic No. 2
Sarasota, FL, USA. April 2004
NATIONAL USA THIRD NBL Spring National No. 2
Morristown, TN, USA. March 2005
NATIONAL USA THIRD NBL Easter Classic No. 2
Orlando, FL, USA. March 2005
NATIONAL USA THIRD Sea to Sky National ABA No. 1 & 2
Squamish, BC, Canada. June 2011

NATIONAL USA THIRD Island of Vancouver National ABA No. 1 & 2
Squamish, BC, Canada. July 2011
FLORIDA STATE THIRD NBL Florida State Qualifier No. 3 & 4
Coral Springs, FL, USA. March 2001
FLORIDA STATE THIRD NBL Florida State Qualifier No. 5
Daytona Beach, FL, USA. March 2001
FLORIDA STATE THIRD NBL Florida State Qualifier No. 1
Avon Park, FL, USA. October 2005
FLORIDA 5 STAR THIRD NBL Florida Five Star Season No. 5
Orlando, FL, USA. November 2001
WASHINGTON STATE THIRD ABA Washington State Qualifier
Everett, WA, USA. July 2011

5. COLOMBIAN NATIONAL TITLES:

At local and national level, Carbo has distinguished by winning regional tournaments and events many times. He has also won in numerous national valid competitions, and in the Gold Tournament, event that is organized every year by the Colombian BMX National Committee CNBC. He has obtained the following titles at Colombian National level:

GENERAL CHAMPION Gold Tournament CNBC 1989
GENERAL CHAMPION Gold Tournament CNBC 1993-1994
GENERAL CHAMPION Gold Tournament CNBC 1994-1995
GENERAL CHAMPION Gold Tournament CNBC 1996-1997
GENERAL CHAMPION Gold Tournament CNBC 1997-1998
GENERAL CHAMPION Gold Tournament CNBC 1999-2000
NATIONAL CHAMPION National Championship CNBC, Chinchina, June 12, 1994
NATIONAL CHAMPION National Championship CNBC, Melgar, June 18, 1995
NATIONAL CHAMPION National Championship CNBC, Ibague, July 5, 1997
NATIONAL CHAMPION National Championship CNBC, Medellin, June 28, 1998
NATIONAL CHAMPION National Championship CNBC, Chiquinquira, Dec 3, 2000
CHAMPION I Valid JND, Pereira, May 3, 1986
CHAMPION III Valid CNBC, Amenia, September 10, 1989
CHAMPION IV Colombian Cup, Armenia, December 19, 1989
CHAMPION V Valid CNBC, Bogota, D.C., April 3, 1993
CHAMPION I & II Valid CNBC, Ibague, September 11-12, 1993
CHAMPION VI Valid CNBC, Calarca, January 30, 1994
CHAMPION VIII Valid CNBC, Medellin, March 27, 1994
CHAMPION IX & X Valid CNBC, Bogota, D.C., May 14-15, 1994
CHAMPION XI Valid CNBC, Chinchina, June 11, 1994
CHAMPION I & II Valid CNBC, Medellin, October 15-16, 1994
CHAMPION III & IV Valid CNBC, Ibague, November 12-13, 1994
CHAMPION VI Valid CNBC, Cali, January 7, 1995
CHAMPION IX Valid CNBC, Melgar, February 18, 1995
CHAMPION XIII & XIV Valid, Melgar, April 29-30, 1995
CHAMPION XVII Valid CNBC, Melgar, June 17, 1995
CHAMPION I & II Valid CNBC, Calarca, December 8-9, 1995
CHAMPION VI Valid CNBC, Ibague, March 24, 1996
CHAMPION VIII Valid CNBC, Cucuta, April 21, 1996
CHAMPION IX & X Valid CNBC, Medellin, May 18-19, 1996
CHAMPION XI & XII Valid CNBC, Chinchina, June 8-9, 1996
CHAMPION IV Valid CNBC, Armenia, December 8, 1996
CHAMPION VII Valid CNBC, Cucuta, March 22, 1997
CHAMPION IX Valid CNBC, Melgar, April 19, 1997
CHAMPION X Valid CNBC, Melgar, April 20, 1997
CHAMPION XII Valid CNBC, Medellin, May 10, 1997
CHAMPION XIII Valid CNBC, Chinchina, May 31, 1997
CHAMPION XIV Valid CNBC, Chinchina, June 1, 1997
CHAMPION XV Valid CNBC, Ibague, July 4, 1997
CHAMPION I & II Valid CNBC, Calarca, February 21-22, 1998
CHAMPION III & IV Valid CNBC, Chinchina, March 21-22, 1998
CHAMPION I Valid CNBC, Ibague, September 19, 1998
CHAMPION III & IV Valid CNBC, Calarca, December 5-6,1998
CHAMPION V &VI Valid CNBC, Melgar, March 27-28, 1999
CHAMPION XI Valid CNBC, Cucuta, June 24, 2000
CHAMPION XVI & XVII Valid CNBC, Manizales, November 11-12,2000
CHAMPION VI Valid CNBC, Medellin, May 28, 2001

6. RECOGNITION AWARDS:

In his long career as a BMXer and director, Carbo has received the following recognition awards:

PLAQUE For his labor in pro of BMX in Colombia.
Colombian Cycling Federation.
Armenia, July 1988.

PLAQUE For his position at Chile’s 1998 World Championship.
Colombian Cycling Federation.
Ibague, November 3rd, 1988.

PLAQUE Mention of Honor. The Athlete of the Year 1989.
El Espectador and Mustang (Newspaper).
Bogota, D.C., December 7th, 1989.

SEMI-FINALIST The Colombian Athlete of the Year 1989.
ACORD (Colombian Media Association).
Bogota, D.C., January 16th, 1990.

GOLD CONDOR For his results and labor in pro of BMX in Colombia.
Colombian Cycling Federation.
Bogota, D.C., January 18th, 1990.

PLAQUE For his position at Norway’s 1991 World Championship.
Colombian BMX National Committee CNBC.
Ibague, August 17th, 1991.

SILVER DANN The Atlantico Department Athlete of the Year 1991.
Cicrodeportes Atlantico, ACORD.
Barranquilla, January 31st, 1992.

BRONZE ACORD The Atlantico Department Athlete of the Year 1993.
Cicrodeportes Atlantico, ACORD.
Barranquilla, January 13th, 1994.

SILVER ACORD The Atlantico Department Athlete of the Year 1994.
Cicrodeportes Atlantico, ACORD.
Barranquilla, January 13th, 1995.

CIVIC ORDER For his sport results and commitment in pro of the development of the BMX sport in Colombia as a Barranquillean.
Civic Association of Barranquilla ACIBA.
Bogota, D.C., June 8th, 1995.

PLAQUE & DIPLOMA For his title of WORLD CHAMPION in 1995.
District BMX Commission CBMXB
Bogota, D.C., August 26th, 1995.

BRONZE TROPHY The Colombian Athlete of the Year 1995
El Espectador and Bavaria.
Bogota, D.C., December 19th, 1995.

SILVER CHIBCHA The Bogota D.C. Athlete of the Year 1995
Cicrodeportes Bogota, D.C., ACORD.
Bogota, D.C., December 19th, 1995.

DIPLOMA For his results in BMX in Colombia
Meta Department Government
Villavicencio, January 25th, 1996.

MONUMENT To a life time dedication to BMX
Sports and Recreation District Institute IDRD
IDRD Sports Club
Bogota,D.C., 1996

PLAQUE For his results as the Executive Director. District BMX Commission CBMXB.
Bogota, D.C., July 12th, 1997

PLAQUE For his title in the Gold Tournament CNBC 1996-1997 on the Cruiser 30-34 class.
District BMX Commission CBMXB
Bogota, D.C., July 12th,1997

MEDAL, DIPLOMA For his title of WORLD CHAMPION obtained in 1995 Coldeportes (Colombian Sports Government Division)
Bogota, D.C., February 24th, 1998

PLAQUE As a recognition for his 2nd Place at Australia’s 1998 World Championship.
Bogota, D.C. Cycling League
Bogota, D.C., August 9th, 1998

7. SPORT TRAINING COURSES:

SPINNING Spinning Orientation Course Johnny G.
Mad Dogg Athletics, INC – Schwinn
Extreme Total Health Fitness
Tampa, Florida, USA, May 12th , 2001
JGSI Identification Number: 71586

JUAN CARLOS CARBO ABELLO
Mill Creek, WA, USA, March 25th , 2012

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