Spring pursuits

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The World Cycling Centre Africa staff, the All Africa Games Training Camp participants as well as three MTN Qhubeka Feeder Team riders concluded the training camp with an in-house training race on Saturday. It was held on the Eleazer road just outside Potchefstroom and the riders had to complete four laps of just over 20 ...

August Finale

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As the end of August draws nearer, the World Cycling Africa is finishing off one of the busiest months of the year. The CAC Forum was a great success and the All Africa Games Training Camp is gradually coming to an end with participants returning to their homes over the weekend. However, before everyone says ...

CANSA Lost City Road Cycle Race report

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                The spring racing season commenced with the CANSA Lost City Road Cycle Race this weekend. Team Europcar’s Ryan Gibbons took the title home with MTN Qhubeka Feeder Team’s Meron Teshome coming in at a close second and Team Abantu’s Nolan Hoffman claiming third place. The race was off to a quick start and the first break ...

Arctic Race of Norway and CANSA Lost City Road Cycle Challenge

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The WCCA’s most recent success story, Jayde Julius, competed in his first race, the UCI 2.HC Arctic Race of Norway, as Stagierre for Team MTN Qhubeka yesterday. The tour consists of four stages with the first stage comprising of 210km. Jayde says that he enjoyed it tremendously. He worked hard for the team and particularly ...

CAC Forum: Daily Reports

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As the CAC Management Committee, UCI officials and National Federation Presidents were arriving, Dr Azzam (the Egyption Cycling Federation President, UCI Vice President as well as CAC Forum host) and his staff, Alec Lenferna and his team as well as JP van Zyl and the rest of the WCCA were busy preparing for the CAC ...

Pro team dream comes true

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Jayde Julius, one of the WCCA’s High Performance Program (MTN Qhubeka Fedeer Team) riders and the u/23 African Continental champion, has been signed as Stagiaire to the MTN Qhubeka Pro Team. After sustaining a knee injury at the UCI 2.1 Tropical Amissa Bongo Tour in Gabon, Jayde faced a long road to recovery. After eight weeks ...

August Activity

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  August 2015 is going to be a busy month at the World Cycling Centre Africa as we will be hosting the All Africa Games Training Camp in Potchefstroom for the entire month of August as well as the CAC Forum in Pietermaritzburg from the 4th to the 7th of August. In addition to the ...

BestMed Jock Tour: 17 – 19 July 2015

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  As our four participating athletes and accompanying staff departed for Nelspruit early this morning, we are getting more and more excited for the BestMed Jock Tour. As stated in the previous report, Nicholas Dlamini, Stefan de Bod, Gustav Basson and Clint Hendricks will be representing the World Cycling Centre Africa in the MTN Qhubeka Feeder ...

African success at the Tour de France

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  With the commencement of the Tour de France on the third of July, we are very proud to have been part of two of Team MTN Qhubeka’s riders' earlier development: Merhawi Kudus and Daniel Teklehaimenot. Our hearts were brimming with pride at the news that they had been selected to the first African team to compete ...

BestMed Jock Tour: Pre-race Report

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The World Cycling Centre Africa and its High Performance Group, MTN Qhubeka Feeder Team, is looking forward to the fast approaching BestMed Jock Cycle Tour, which takes place in Nelspruit from 17 July to 19 July 2015. Clint Hendricks, Stefan de Bod, Nicholas Dlamini, Gustav Basson and guest riders Waylon Woolcock and Darren Lill will be ...