The African Champion, Eritrean cyclist Daniel Teklehaimanot stood first in the 4th stage of Gabon Tour that took place yesterday.
Asmara, 29 January 2011 – The African Champion, Eritrean cyclist Daniel Teklehaimanot stood first in the 4th stage of Gabon Tour that took place yesterday.
In the 135 km-long race, cyclist Meron Russom finished 10th, while cyclist Natnael Berhane who is the youngest members of the Eritrean national team stood 15th, according to Cycling News website.
In the race covering the distance from Lambrane city to Cango, cyclist Daniel conducted a final spring and outpaced the South African cyclist Van Resenburgh who demonstrated strong spirit of contest with Eritrean cyclists during the Rwanda Tour.
Accordingly, cyclist Daniel ranked 5th by lagging behind 3:52 from the French cyclist Antoni Chartie who is leading the current race. Meanwhile, cyclists Meron Russom and Natnael Berhane are assuming 10th and 11th rank respectively.
The 5th stage of Gabon Tour covering a distance of 149 kilometers continued today.