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Tour du Rwanda 2022: South African Main Kent Wins Stage Four

by Williams Buningwire
2:26 pm

South African Kent Main from ProTouch cycling club has won Stage  four of the Tour du Rwanda 2022.

The stage involved racing from Kigali to Gicumbi district, Northern Province, with riders covering a distance of 124 kilometers.

“This is one of my biggest races. I had strong teammates today, and when I got a gap, I had to make it to the finish line,” Kent told the media.

“It was a strong ride from Moise Mugisha since the breakaway, he gave it all. I’m sure if I didn’t win today, he would have got a chance.”

Rwanda is represented by the national team and Benediction Ignite, a professional cycling club.

Yesterday, Colombian, Jhonatan Restrepo Valencia from the Drone Hopper-Androni Giocattoli club won the longest stage of Tour du Rwanda 2022.  The stage involved riders racing from Kigali to Rubavu, a distance of 155.9 kilometers.

However, in this stage four, French rider Laurence Axel 19, snatched the Yellow Jersey from him.

Rwandan riders continue to miss on the table of top ten of the general classification where Eric Muhoza comes on 12th position who has the best ranking on the fourth stage where he came on the 5th position.

Tomorrow, stage four continues in Muhanga-Musanze, the distance will cover 124 kilometers.

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