Jonathan Fernando Suárez Freitez (born December 8, 1982 in San Félix, Bolívar) is a Venezuelan professional BMX cyclist. Dubbed by his sporting fans as El Mosquito, Suarez has been highly considered a solid, all-around BMX rider in Latin America, and more importantly, one of the world's top cruisers in the sport. He won two men's cruiser medals, including his gold, at the UCI BMX World Championships, and later represented his nation Venezuela at the 2008 Summer Olympics.

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  • جوناثان سواريز مواليد 8 ديسمبر 1982 في بويرتو أورداز، فنزويلا، هو دراج فنزويلي. شارك في دورة الألعاب الأولمبية الصيفية. (ar)
  • Jonathan Fernando Suárez Freitez (nascido em 8 de dezembro de 1982) é um ciclista de BMX profissional venezuelano que foi um dos atletas a representar o seu país nos Jogos Olímpicos de 2008, em Pequim. É medalhista de prata nos Jogos Pan-Americanos de 2007, no Rio de Janeiro. (pt)
  • Jonathan Fernando Suárez Freitez (ur. 8 grudnia 1982 w San Félix) − wenezuelski kolarz BMX, dwukrotny medalista mistrzostw świata. (pl)
  • Jonathan Fernando Suárez Freitez (born December 8, 1982 in San Félix, Bolívar) is a Venezuelan professional BMX cyclist. Dubbed by his sporting fans as El Mosquito, Suarez has been highly considered a solid, all-around BMX rider in Latin America, and more importantly, one of the world's top cruisers in the sport. He won two men's cruiser medals, including his gold, at the UCI BMX World Championships, and later represented his nation Venezuela at the 2008 Summer Olympics. Suarez sought headlines on the international scene by edging out Filipino-American rider Daniel Caluag, who previously represented the United States, for a prestigious gold medal in men's cruiser at the 2007 UCI BMX World Championships in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. He also collected a silver medal to his career hardware in men's BMX cycling at the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro on that same year, trailing behind 33-year-old U.S. rider Jason Richardson by less than a second. Suarez qualified for the Venezuelan squad, as the nation's sole rider, in men's BMX cycling at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing by receiving an automatic berth from the Union Cycliste Internationale based on his top-ten performance from the BMX World Rankings. Suarez started his morning session by grabbing the eighth prelims seed in 36.325 seconds, but he could not match a more stellar ride in his quarterfinal heat with 17 positioning points and a fifth-place finish, narrowly missing out the semifinals by a six-point deficit. (en)
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  • جوناثان سواريز مواليد 8 ديسمبر 1982 في بويرتو أورداز، فنزويلا، هو دراج فنزويلي. شارك في دورة الألعاب الأولمبية الصيفية. (ar)
  • Jonathan Fernando Suárez Freitez (nascido em 8 de dezembro de 1982) é um ciclista de BMX profissional venezuelano que foi um dos atletas a representar o seu país nos Jogos Olímpicos de 2008, em Pequim. É medalhista de prata nos Jogos Pan-Americanos de 2007, no Rio de Janeiro. (pt)
  • Jonathan Fernando Suárez Freitez (ur. 8 grudnia 1982 w San Félix) − wenezuelski kolarz BMX, dwukrotny medalista mistrzostw świata. (pl)
  • Jonathan Fernando Suárez Freitez (born December 8, 1982 in San Félix, Bolívar) is a Venezuelan professional BMX cyclist. Dubbed by his sporting fans as El Mosquito, Suarez has been highly considered a solid, all-around BMX rider in Latin America, and more importantly, one of the world's top cruisers in the sport. He won two men's cruiser medals, including his gold, at the UCI BMX World Championships, and later represented his nation Venezuela at the 2008 Summer Olympics. (en)
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