Dutchman takes stage two

Stage two (Rubavu-Kigali) 148km1) D.Korevaar  (NED)  4:44:232) L.Mouhcine (MOR)  4:45:003) T.Scholz      (FRA)  4:45:074) J.Adil          (MOR)  4:45:125) R.Abraham  (RWA)  4:45:146) A.Niyonshut(RWA)  4:45:22General Classification1) J. Adil  (MOR)  9:01:032) L. Mouhcine  (MOR)  9:02:333) A. Ruhumuriza (RWA)  9:02:474) C. Tarik    (MOR)  9:02:555) S. Abdelaati  (MOR)  9:02:557) A. Niyonshuti  (RWA)  9:02:58TodayStage three (Kigali-Kibuye) Daniel Korevaar from the Global Cycling union of Holland upset the status quo of the Moroccans after posting a time of 4 hours, 44 minutes and 23 seconds to win the second stage of the Tour of Rwanda.     
Adrien Niyonshuti powers on in a recent competition. The Karisimbi rider finished 6th in yesterday’s Stage One.
Adrien Niyonshuti powers on in a recent competition. The Karisimbi rider finished 6th in yesterday’s Stage One.

Stage two (Rubavu-Kigali) 148km
1) D.Korevaar  (NED)  4:44:23
2) L.Mouhcine (MOR)  4:45:00
3) T.Scholz      (FRA)  4:45:07
4) J.Adil          (MOR)  4:45:12
5) R.Abraham  (RWA)  4:45:14
6) A.Niyonshut(RWA)  4:45:22
General Classification
1) J. Adil  (MOR)  9:01:03
2) L. Mouhcine  (MOR)  9:02:33
3) A. Ruhumuriza (RWA)  9:02:47
4) C. Tarik    (MOR)  9:02:55
5) S. Abdelaati  (MOR)  9:02:55
7) A. Niyonshuti  (RWA)  9:02:58
Today
Stage three (Kigali-Kibuye)

Daniel Korevaar from the Global Cycling union of Holland upset the status quo of the Moroccans after posting a time of 4 hours, 44 minutes and 23 seconds to win the second stage of the Tour of Rwanda.     

Lahsaini Mouhcine and Scholz Timo from Morocco and France finished in second and third places with 4:44:00 and 4:45:07 respectively.

Although stage one winner Jelloul Adil finished in fourth place (4: 45:12), he still leads the overall standings.
Karisimbi’s pair of Abraham Ruhumuriza and Adrien Niyonshuti finished in fifth and sixth positions respectively with 4hr 45 minutes 12 seconds and 4hr 45 minutes and 14 seconds respectively.

Daniel Korevaar pocketed Rwf 220.000 for his win while Jelloul Adil retained the overall leader’s yellow jersey. Stage three is on today when cyclists head to Kibuye.

Twelve countries are taking part in the eight day event which ends next Tuesday.

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