Didier Munyaneza

Rwandan duo on African Cyclist of the Year shortlist

RWANDA’s Didier Munyaneza and Joseph Areruya have been included on a raft of 15 celebrated riders on the continent for the African Cyclist of the Year 2019 award. Areruya, 23, is the title holder. He won the award last December, largely thanks to his victories at the 2017 Tour du Rwanda,...

Saturday, November 30, 2019 - 12:09am

Munyaneza upbeat ahead of Amissa Bongo and Tour du Rwanda races

BENEDICTION Excel Energy Rider Didier Munyaneza is optimistic ahead of the upcoming 2020 La Tropicale Amissa Bongo and Tour du Rwanda due January 20-26 in Gabon and February 23- March 1, in Rwanda respectively. The 2020 Tour of Rwanda route was unveiled last Thursday, with the opening...

Tuesday, November 26, 2019 - 12:43pm

[PHOTOS] Rwanda Cycling Cup: Munyaneza wins Farmers’ Race

Didier Munyaneza continued his stellar season on Saturday as he claimed the 2019 Farmers’ Race in Musanze, a race that is part of the Rwanda Cycling Cup. It was a second victory within one week for the 21-year-old after clinching the Tour du Sénégal last Sunday. With Saturday’s...

Sunday, November 24, 2019 - 8:19am

Rwandan Munyaneza crowned Tour du Sénégal champion

Didier Munyaneza was crowned as the first Rwandan to win Tour du Sénégal after bravely negotiating the seventh and ultimate stage – ten laps in Dakar – on Sunday. It is the first international victory for the 21-year old who hung onto the Yellow Jersey since Stage 2 last Monday...

Monday, November 18, 2019 - 12:42am

Tour du Senegal: Munyaneza rallies teammates to hold onto Yellow jersey

Wednesday Stage 3: Fatick – Ngueniene (108km) Benediction Excel Energy rider Didier Munyaneza has urged his riders to continue their fine form and help him hold onto the yellow jersey that he will be wearing in Wednesday’s Stage 3 at the ongoing Tour du Senegal. The stage will...

Wednesday, November 13, 2019 - 7:15am

Amissa Bongo 2019: Munyaneza shines in Stage 1

Tuesday Stage 2: Franceville – Okondja (170km) Team Rwanda had little to smile about in Stage 1 of the ongoing 14th La Tropicale Amissa Bongo on Monday as Italian Niccolo Bonifazio sprinted to victory. Riding for French side Direct Energie, Bonifazio covered the 100km in 2 hours, 43...

Tuesday, January 22, 2019 - 11:37am

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