EL JADIDA (Morocco)- Algerian cyclist Youcef Reguigui ranked second of the 9th stage of the 31st Cyclist Tour-2018 of Morocco, raced Saturday between Safi and El Jadida over a distance of 151.5km, snatched at the final sprint by Italian Jakub Mareczko from the team "Wilier Triestina Selle  Italia.”

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ALGIERS- The Greek Kastrantas Charalampos of the Serbian team Java Partizan won Friday the 15th International Cycling Grand Prix of Algiers after dominating the fourth and last stage.

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ALGIERS- Algerian cyclist Hamza Yacine (GS Petroliers) on Thursday has won the third stage of the 15th International Cycling Grand Prix of Algiers (20-23 February).

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ALGIERS- Algerian cyclist Youcef Reguigui on Wednesday has won the second stage of the 15th International Grand Prix of Algiers (20-23 February).

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ALGIERS-The 15th Algiers International Cycling Grand Prize, scheduled for 20-23 February, will start from the province of Souidania with the participation of more than 100 Algerian and foreign cyclists, the Algerian Cycling Federation told APS Monday.

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ALGIERS- Twelve Algerian junior and senior cyclists have left Algiers Saturday for Kigali to participate in the African Continental Road Cycling Championships in the Rwandese capital, from 13 to 18 February, said the Algerian federation.

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CASABLANCA (Morocco)- Algerian cyclist Youcef Boukhari added a new silver medal to the harvest of the national team on Wednesday, the second day of the African Track Cycling Championships in Casablanca, Morocco (7-10 February).

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CASABLANCA (Morocco) – The Algerian cycling team won three medals (1 silver and 2 bronze), on Wednesday, the first day of the African Track Cycling Championships in Casablanca, Morocco (7-10 February).

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YAOUNDE (Cameroon)- Algerian cyclist Abderaouf Bengayou finished third at the fourth and last leg of the Tour de l’Espoir played Sunday, between Akono and Yaounde, over a distance of 71.5 km while Rwanda’s Joseph Areruya won the event’s yellow jersey.

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ALGIERS- The Algerian track cycling team, made up of 11 athletes, will participate in this sport’s African championship, scheduled from 7 to 10 February in Casablanca (Morocco) said the Algerian Cycling Federation (FAC).

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