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ALGIERS- The Algerian Cycling Federation (FAC) has announced the definitive end of the 2019-2020 season due to the pandemic of a new coronavirus (COVID-19), which continues to prevent the resumption of activities.

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KIGALI- Algeria will be present at the 12th Rwanda 2020 World Cycling Tour (February 23 - March 1), with the GS Pétroliers team, coached by Azzedine Lagab, according to the list of entered formations published on the official Tour website.

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CAIRO-The Algerian team won nine medals (1 gold, 7 silver and 1 bronze) on the first day of the UCI Arab Track Cycling Championships, which took place on Friday evening In Cairo (Egypt).

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TUNIS (Tunisia)- Algerian Hamza Yacine (GSP) has won Tunisia Airport Cycling Tour whose fifth and ultimate stage was held on Saturday.

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TUNIS (Tunisia)- Algerian Islam Benramdane has won a bronze medal in the downhill race at the Arab Mountain Bike Championships (October 29 – November 2), being held in the Gammarth Forest and Sidi Thabet Mountain in Tunisia.

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ALGIERS- Fourteen cyclists representing Algeria in the third Arab Mountain Bike Championships (October 29 – November 2) in the forest of Gammarth and the mountain of Sidi Thabet, Tunisia, the Algerian Cycling Federation said on Monday.

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DOUALA (CAMEROON)-Algerian Azzedine Lagab snatched the yellow jersey in the 4th and last stage of the Chantal-Biya Grand Prize, won by his compatriot, Yacine Hamza.

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MEYOMESSALA (Cameroon)- Algerian cyclist Azzedine Lagab managed to keep the first positon in the general ranking of the Chantal-Biya Cycling Grand Prix, in Cameroon, at the end of third and penultimate stage Saturday, a 116.6 km section between Zoetele and Meyomessala.

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EBOLOWA (Cameroun)- Algerian cyclist Azzedine Lagab kept the yellow jersey following the second stage of the Grand Prix Chantal Biya over a distance of 150.6 km, between Yaoundé and Ebolowa, in Cameroun.

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ABONG MBANG (Cameroon)- Algerian Azzedine Lagab has won the first stage of the 19th Chantal-Biya Cycling Grand Prix, a 109.6 km section between Bertoua and Abong-Mbang.

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