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Eritrean Henok Mulueberhan wins stage 7 of 2023 Tour of Qinghai Lake

Posted by: Semere Asmelash

Date: Monday, 17 July 2023

Henok Mulueberhan wins stage 7 of 2023 Tour of Qinghai Lake


Source: Xinhua

Editor: huaxia

2023-07-15 22:34:15



Henok Mulueberhan of Italy's Green Project-Bardiani CSF-Faizane Team celebrates after winning stage 7 of the 2023 Tour of Qinghai Lake cycling race from Xihai to Gonghe, northwest China's Qinghai Province, July 15, 2023. (Xinhua/Zhang Long)

Henok Mulueberhan won the seventh stage of the 2023 Tour of Qinghai Lake with a time of two hours, 54 minutes and 19 seconds on Saturday.

GONGHE, China, July 15 (Xinhua) -- Henok Mulueberhan of the Italian Green Project-Bardiani CSF-Faizane team clinched the seventh stage of the 2023 Tour of Qinghai Lake, clocking in at two hours, 54 minutes and 19 seconds on Saturday.

Spanning a total distance of 127 kilometers, the seventh stage journeyed from Xihai to Gonghe, incorporating two intermediate sprints and two climbs.

Hot on Mulueberhan's heels was Myagmarsuren Baasankhuu of the Mongolia National Road Cycling Team, seizing second place, and Antonio Eric Fagundez Lima of the Spanish team Burgos-BH, who secured third.

Following the seventh stage, Fagundez Lima maintained his lead in the General Individual Classification, donning the prestigious yellow jersey. Mulueberhan trailed in second place in the General Individual Classification, retaining the green sprinter's jersey.

Saeid Safarzadeh of the Tianyoude Hotel Cycling Team received the blue jersey, emblematic of the best Asian rider. Meanwhile, Alessio Nieri, also from the Italian Green Project-Bardiani CSF-Faizane team, preserved his hold on the polka-dot jersey, indicative of the top climber.

The concluding stage of this year's race, navigating from Gonghe to Caka, is scheduled for Sunday.  


Henok Mulubrhan and Eric Fagundez on the podium of the seventh stage. (Photo Burgos BH © Tour of Qinghai Lake)
The 7th and penultimate stage of the Tour du Lac Qinghai took place this Saturday. And after 127km of racing between Xihaizhen and Gonghe, Henok Mulubrhan won. The Eritrean from Green Project-Bardiani CSF-Faizane sprinted a group of 4 riders. On the line, he is ahead of the Mongolian Myagmarsuren Baasankhuu (Mongolian Selection), the Uruguayan Eric Antonio Fagundez (Burgos-BH) and the Dutchman Martijn Rasenberg (ABLOC CT). This is Mulubrhan's 5th victory in 2023, 
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