Category: Sports

Merhawi Kudus Wins 3rd Place Tour of Turkey Stage 5

     Merhawi Kudus Wins 3rd Place Tour of Turkey Stage 5       April 20, 2019: Felix Großschartner of Bora-Hansgrohe moved ahead of Sam Bennett and into the lead at the Tour of Turkey after victory on Stage 5.         The stage was shortened in the morning due to heavy […]

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Alexander Isaac Scores a Goal For Nipsey Hussle

     Isak was supported by the heel from Eritrea: “It’s incredible”     Software Translation from Swedish     www.aftonbladet.se | April 15, 2019     Alexander Isaac’s senseless goal is in itself.     Today, he was also hailed by his own heel – from Eritrea.     – It is unbelievable. […]

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Eritrea Sweeps 4 Gold today and Becomes African Champion 2019

   Eritrea Sweeps 4 Gold today and Becomes African Champion 2019       Eritrea Cycling Team sweeps 4 Gold Medals in Junior/Elite Men & Women’s road races respectively in the final competition in Bahir Dar today. Eritrea has won seven Gold Medals in aggregate & is the leader of the Championship in terms […]

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Eritrean Daniel Mesfun Finished 2nd in New York City Half Marathon

      Eritrean Daniel Mesfun Finished 2nd in New York City Half Marathon     www.runnersworld.com | March 18, 2019     Nearly 25,000 runners—including a stacked field of elite men and women—braved the blustery, mid-30s temperatures in the Big Apple on Sunday morning, March 17, to complete the New York City Half Marathon, […]

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Eritrea Wins Gold and Silver in the Junior Men and Women at the 4th Stage African Continental Road Championship in Ethiopia

      Eritrea Wins Gold and Silver in the Junior Men and Women at the 4th Stage African Continental Road Championship in Ethiopia     www.ktpress.rw | March 18, 2019     Rwanda’s Renus Uhiriwe Byiza won another gold medal for Rwanda in a sprint 104.4km junior men’s road race finish at the African Continental […]

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Eritrean Merhawi Kudus: Tour Rwanda 2019 Champion

      Eritrean Kudus is Tour du Rwanda 2019 Champion   Kudus, who was making his second Tour du Rwanda since 2012, clocked a total of 24 hours, 12 minutes and 37 seconds to cover the eight-day 953.6km race.     www.newtimes.co.rw | March 3, 2019     Sunday     Stage 8 (select […]

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