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Merhawi Kudus wins Stage 1 Cycling Tour of Rwanda

  Kudus Merhawi: Eritrea's newest star wins in Tour of Rwanda By Gregor Brown in Kigali | cyclingweekly.co.uk 19-Nov-2012    Kudus Merhawi, Tour of Rwanda 2012 Africa's newest star made his debut today with a win in the Tour of Rwanda. Eritrean Kudus Merhawi, only 18 years old and in his first UCI-registered race, took the first […]

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Video: Asmara Hero’s Welcome for Eritrean Cycling Champions

National Cycling Team returns home Asmara, 14 November 2012 – The National Cycling Team returned home today after proving to be the “Gold Team” at the African Cycling Championship which took place in the capital of Burkina Faso, Ouagadougou, despite the severe hot weather. In an interview he conducted at Asmara International Airport, Mr. Musie […]

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Video: Eritrean Cycling Team, African Cycling Champions return home

National Cycling Team returns home Asmara, 14 November 2012 – The National Cycling Team returned home today after proving to be the “Gold Team” at the African Cycling Championship which took place in the capital of Burkina Faso, Ouagadougou, despite the severe hot weather. In an interview he conducted at Asmara International Airport, Mr. Musie […]

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Video: Natnael Berhane Wins 2 Gold | Eritrea Becomes African Cycling Championship 3 years in a Row

Eritrean national cycling team become African champions for the third consecutive time Asmara, 11 November 2012- In the African Cycling Championship 2012 conducted in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, Natnael Berhane stood first and Firekalsi Debesai third and that the Eritrean national cycling team became African champion for the third consecutive year. Last year’s African champion Natnael […]

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VIDEO: Eritrean Cyclist Daniel Teklehaymanot Wins Gold in Burkino Faso

  African cycling championship: Eritrea’s Teklehaimanot triumphs in men’s individual time trials   Eritrea’s Daniel Teklehaimanot grabbed the men’s individual time trials title on day three, of the African cycling championship in Ouagadou, Burkina Faso. He completed the 31.8km circuit in 38 minutes: 11 seconds: 52 seconds beating his compatriot Tsgabu Grmay and South Africa’s […]

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