Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality and Cycling South Africa present the Africa Cup

Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality and Cycling South Africa present the Africa Cup

Nelson Mandela Bay, South Africa – Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality [NMBM] and Cycling South Africa [Cycling SA] are pleased to announce the Africa Cup cycling event. The race will take place from 10 to 13 October 2019 and will see 20 African nations competing over four days in an event that will offer UCI points towards qualification for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.

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Daryl Impey storms to debut Tour de France victory on stage nine

Daryl Impey storms to debut Tour de France victory on stage nine

South African champion Daryl Impey stormed to his debut Tour de France victory in style on stage nine into Brioude. On Bastille Day, the 34-year-old made it into the decisive break of the day and proved to be the strongest in the 15-man move, eventually taking the victory in a two-up sprint. The win means that Impey has been involved in each of the team's four victories at the Tour de France.

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Tour de France: Line Up for Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka

Tour de France: Line Up for Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka

Team Dimension Data is delighted to announce our eight riders for the 106th edition of the Tour de France which gets underway in Brussels on 6 July. It’s a squad that carries a huge amount of experience and will look to challenge by way of aggressive racing, while at the same time staying true to our team’s goal of changing lives through bicycles.

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Tiano da Silva, Frances Janse van Rensburg claim double junior road race titles

Tiano da Silva, Frances Janse van Rensburg claim double junior road race titles

A glorious Durban winter’s weekend delivered the ideal conditions for the inaugural SA ROAD National Championships held solely for the Junior, Youth and younger categories on 22 and 23 June 2019. Tiano da Silva and Frances Janse van Rensburg won the Men and Women’s Junior road race championships along the 112km and 80km distances in times of three hours five minutes and 38 seconds and two hours 33 minutes 15 seconds respectively.

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