Right to Play boosts Cycling Federation

THE national cycling federation (Ferwacy) has been boosted with an assortment of cycling materials from Right to Play-a non-government organization. According to Ferwacy’s Executive Secretary Emmanuel Murenzi, the body has received 416 jerseys and 753 water bottles.

THE national cycling federation (Ferwacy) has been boosted with an assortment of cycling materials from Right to Play-a non-government organization.

According to Ferwacy’s Executive Secretary Emmanuel Murenzi, the body has received 416 jerseys and 753 water bottles.

“We want to thank Right to Play for their support. Our riders will definitely benefit from these things,” Murenzi said.

Rwanda’s national cycling team-Team Rwanda endured a torrid run in last month’s Tropicale Amissa Bongo race in Gabon but Murenzi expects a better outing in this month’s Tour of Cameroon.

The continental race is slated to run from February 19 – 28 and will attract riders from Ivory Coast, Gabon, Eritrea, Morocco, South Africa, Kenya, Ethiopia and Congo Brazzaville among others.

In Gabon, Team Rwanda finished a distant 10th.

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