Date: Sunday, 26 February 2023
Hennok Mulueberhan who plays for the Green Project team won the eight-day Tour du Rwanda race in Rwanda.
The Eritrean won this race after wearing the Maillot Jaune on Saturday during the seventh stage of the Tour du Rwanda from Nyamata to Mount Kigali.
In the last area played in Kigali city this Sunday, Hennok was playing with three other players who were ahead of the general ranking because the second one was equal but they were separated by the fact that they have been driving in all areas according to the rules.
Henok Mulueberhan became the fourth player from Eritrea to win the Tour du Rwanda, after Daniel Tekleheimanot who won in 2010, Merhawi Kudus who won in 2019, Natnael Tesfazion who won in 2020 and 2022.
Hennok Mulueberhan in today's area also finished in first place with a time of 2 hours, 4 minutes and 52 seconds, equaling the time of the four others who followed him.
Hennok then won the Tour du Rwanda with a total time of 28 hours, 58 minutes and one second, equaling the Italian Walter Calzoni, but Hennok brought him ahead because he performed well in all areas including the one he won.