ALGIERS- Algerian cyclist Abderraouf Bengayou from Atlas Blideen club on Wednesday has won Algiers circuit, part of the International Cycling Grand Prix of Algiers.
TUNIS – Algerian racing cyclist Hamza Mansouri won the U23 boys event of the Arab Mountainbike Championship, contested Tuesday in Tunis’ Belvédère Park.
 TUNIS (Tunisia) - Algerian cyclist Aicha Tihar won the women's race on Monday at the Belvedere Park in Tunis, as part of the first Arab Mountainbike Championship, contested from October 30 to November 1 by the Tunisian Cycling Federation (FTC) with the participation of eight countries, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Libya, Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan and Oman.
ALGIERS - 92 cyclists are expected to take part in 14th International Grand Prix of Algiers scheduled from October 31 to November 3, announced Sunday president of the Algerian Cycling League, Daoud Messaoud.
RABAT (Morocco)- Algerian basket ball players from GS Petroliers qualified for the quarter finals of the Arab Championship of the Club Champions 2017 by winning against their Saudi counterparts on a score of 97 to 71 in a game counting for the 3rd and last day of Group C played Saturday in Salé (Morocco).
TUNIS- Algerian rowers claimed ten medals overall (5 gold and 5 silver) on the first day of the Arab Rowing Championships (seniors, juniors and U-23), taking place in Tunis on 27 and 28 October.
RABAT (Morocco)- Algerian Youcef Rihane qualified Friday for the final of the international junior tennis tournament "Golden Racket," taking place in Mohammedia, Morocco.
CAIRO – Algeria's national volleyball team has qualified for the semifinals of the African Men's Volleyball Championship, after its 3-0 win over DR Congo in the quarterfinal match in Egypt's Cairo Thursday.
ABIDJAN- GS Petroliers, reigning champion of Algeria, is the six club qualified for the finals of the African Club Championships 2017 (women), scheduled from 10 to 19 December in Luanda (Angola), with the participation of 12 clubs, announced Thursday the African branch of the International Basketball Federation.
BISKRA (Algeria)- Tunisian Ali Nouisri has won the yellow jersey of the 20th Cycling Tour of Algeria 2017, whose last stage, linking Boussaada to Biskra, has been won by Algerian Kerrar Ayoub from Club Sovac.