Moise Mugisha

Mugisha eyes 'stronger showing' at 2021 Tour du Rwanda edition

MOISE Mugisha has said that he will be looking to do better at the 2021 Tour du Rwanda following his stellar performance in the just concluded 2020 edition where he finished as the runner-up. The 22-year-old confesses that winning the race would be a ‘dream come true’ as he takes aim...

Tuesday, March 3, 2020 - 5:27pm

Tesfazion crowned Tour du Rwanda 2020 champion

General classification (Top 3) 1. Natnael Tesfazion – 23:12:01 2. Moise Mugisha – 23:13:06 3. Patrick Schelling – 23:13:45 NATNAEL Tesfazion has become the third Eritrean and second in a row to win Tour du Rwanda after being crowned as this year’s champion on...

Sunday, March 1, 2020 - 4:05pm

Tour du Rwanda: Restrepo claims fourth win, Tesfazion retains Yellow

Saturday Individual Time Trial (4.5km) Select results 1. Valencia Restrepo – 06'32''38 2. Hailu Biniam – 06'34''56 3. Patrick Schelling – 06'38''07 11. Joseph Areruya – 06'55''13 21. Natnael Tesfazion...

Saturday, February 29, 2020 - 7:42pm

Tour du Rwanda: Rampant Restrepo wins Stage 6, Mugisha cuts gap at top

Following a humble start to the Tour du Rwanda 2020, Colombian Valencia Jhonatan Restrepo has boosted his podium credentials after another stunning performance in Friday’s Stage 6 win. The 127.3km ride set off from Musanze, Northern Province, and concluded in Muhanga, Southern...

Friday, February 28, 2020 - 7:35pm

Tour du Rwanda 2020: Mugisha eyes Tesfazion’s Yellow Jersey

Thursday Stage 5: Rubavu – Musanze (84.7km) Wednesday (Stage 4) Select results 1. Natnael Tesfazion (Eritrea) – 5:34:46 2. Kent Main (ProTouch) – 5:34:47 3. Moise Mugisha (SACA) – 5:34:54 4. Kruger Hendrik (ProTouch) – 5:37:10 5. Shtein Grigoriy (...

Thursday, February 27, 2020 - 10:04am

Tour du Rwanda 2020: Mugisha moves into second behind Eritrean Tesfazion

RWANDA’s Moise Mugisha has moved into second place in the general classification of the 2020 Tour du Rwanda after finishing third in Stage 4, only behind winner – and now race leader – Eritrean Natnael Tesfazion, and Kent Main. Mugisha, 22, covered the 206.3km stage 4 distance...

Wednesday, February 26, 2020 - 3:42pm

Cycling: Mugisha strikes ITT bronze at All-Africa Games

Monday Men’s ITT 1. Ryan Gibbons (South Africa) 48:50 2. Kent Warwick Main (South Africa) 47:17 3. Moise Mugisha (Rwanda) 48:26 Rwandan rider, Moise Mugisha, has bagged a bronze medal in the Individual Time Trial (ITT) on Monday afternoon at the ongoing All-Africa Games,...

Monday, August 26, 2019 - 6:19pm

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