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Bike Aid: Meron Teshome African Continental Champion in Time Trial

Posted by: Semere Asmelash

Date: Thursday, 16 February 2017

http://www.bikeaid.de/en/racing/racing_article/title-meron_teshome_african_continental_champion_in_time_trial/article-58a57e8008fea 

Meron Teshome African Continental Champion in Time Trial 

Thursday, Feb 16, 2017 in Pro Cycling 

What awesome news just coming in from Luxor, Egypt! Our Eritrean rider Meron Teshome just won the Gold medal in Individual Time Trial at this year's African Continental Championships. 

A better start in the season we never could imagine. It already is his second consecutive win after he also won the Team Time Trial 2 days ago with his Eritrean National team! Congrats Meron and now we cross fingers for Sunday's Road Race! 

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https://www.rad-net.de/nachrichten/bike-aid-fahrer-teshome-afrikameister-im-zeitfahren%3bn_41187.html 

16.02.2017 17:00 

Bike Aid driver Teshome African champion in the time 

Luxor (rad-net) - Meron Teshome from the German Continental team Bike Aid is a new African champion in the single-time race. The Eritreer returned the 43 kilometers around the Egyptian Luxor in 53:16 minutes, 26 seconds faster than Stefan de Bod (South Africa / Dimension Data for Qhubeka). With Awet Habtom, another racer from Eritrea drove on the podium, he was 49 seconds behind Teshome. 

Already on Tuesday Teshome was able to win the African Championship in the team season with the national team of Eritrea. On Sunday there is the road race. It also takes about 163.6 kilometers around Luxor. 

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http://www.cicloweb.it/2017/02/16/le-crono-dei-campionati-africani-sorridono-a-teshome-e-halbwachs/ 

The African Championships time trial Teshome and smile at Halbwachs 

February 16, 2017 

Today in Luxor, in Egypt, there were the two individual time trial at the African Championships road . In the test male , 43 km long, it has prevailed Meron Teshome : the twenty-four Eritrean clocked a time of 53'16 "that allowed him to beat the 26" the young South African talent Stefan De Bod and 49 "other Eritrean awet Habtom . The top 10 is completed by the South African Willie Smit at 1'08 ", the Rwandan Valens Ndayisenga at 2'52", Egypt's Nasser Islam Ragaey at 2'59 ", the Rwandan Joseph Areuya to 3'39", l ' Algerian Abderrahmane Bechlageme at 4'11 ", the Moroccan Soufiane Sahbaoui at 4'22" and the Algerian Islam Mansouri at 4'59 ". 

Surprise in the trial women of 29 km: after 11 years back to win Aurélie Halbwachs . The thirty year old Mauritius precedes by 20 "the Eritrean Mossana Debesay , 27" the South African Juanita Venter , 34 "the Egyptian Zayed Ebitsam, the 1'01" Wehazit the Eritrean Kidane, of 2'37 "the South African Carla Oberholzer, 3 'the Ethiopian Egeru Tesfom Gebru, 3'14 "Rwandan Jeanne D'Arc Girubuntu, of 3'15" the Ethiopian Birhan Fkadu Abra and 4'31 "Egypt's Fatma Hagrus. 

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