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Eritrea stands 1st in Africa in Under 23 cycling race

Eritrea stood first in Under 23 cycling race in Africa following its impressive victory in the African Continental Championship and Rwanda Tour. South Africa and Tunisia also stood 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Asmara, 3 December 2010 – Eritrea stood first in Under 23 cycling race in Africa following its impressive victory in the African Continental Championship and Rwanda Tour. South Africa and Tunisia also stood 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Eritrea’s victory at this level would enable it to be a challenging one in the adult cycling race that used to be dominated by South Africa, Morocco, Algeria, Namibia and Cameroon.

Meanwhile, Eritrean cyclist Daniel Teklehaimanot who stood first in the African championship has been listed with those who scored similar victory at the international level, and thus became a pride to the people and the nation.

According to UCI,  Eritrean cyclist Daniel Teklehaimanot stood first in the African continent, Colombian cyclist Swarez Swarez in American continent,  Dutch Van Humel in Asia and Turkish Kukukbai stood first in Europe.

Also at the Adult level in which Moroccan Abdel-Ati Saeduni is leading, Eritrean cyclist Natnael Berhane stood 12th, while Daniel Teklehaimanot and Meron Russom stood 26th and 31st respectively.

 

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