Daniel Teklehaymanot Claims Gold and the 2011 African Individual Time Trial Title (VIDEO)

Team Time Trial Winners: (1st) Eritrea, (2nd) South Africa and (3rd) Morocco

By TesfaNews,

Eritrean superstar Daniel Teklehaymanot today claimed a shining Gold and a 2011 African Individual Time Trial title after winning today’s daunting 36Km competition of the African Cycling Championship.

Janse Van Rensburg and Meint Jes Louis, both from South Africa, finished the race second and third respectively.

Despite his frustration on losing the team time trial title on Wednesday,  Janse Van Rensburg had vowed to win all the remaining Gold medals in the upcoming two competitions. However, today he was conveniently beaten by his bitter rival Daniel Teklahaymanot of Eritrea.

Eritrea was represented in today’s ITT race by Daniel Teklehaymanot and Frekalsi Debesay only.

In the Women’s race, South African rider Cherise Taylor and her compatriot Ashleigh Moolman Pasio won Gold and Silver after clocking the 18Km out-and-back course with a time of 24:38 and 24:58 respectively.

This first and second place win gives South Africa 13 points in the International Cycling Union’s nation rankings, which are used to determine number of start places at the 2012 London Olympic Games.

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ELITE MEN RESULTS

1

Daniel Teklehaymanot   (Eritrea)   0:44:32

2

Louis Meintjes   (South Africa)    0:00:46

3

Reinardt Janse Van Rensburg (South Africa)    0:01:14

4

Azzadine Lagab   (Algeria)     0:01:19

5

Mouhcine Lahsaini   (Morocco)    0:01:23

6

Freqalsi Abrha   (Eritrea)     0:01:55

7

Lotto Petrus   (Namibia)   0:01:58

8

Reda Aadel (Morocco)    0:03:05

9

Adrien Niyonshuti   (Rwanda)   0:03:39

10

Fayçal Hamza   (Algeria)   0:03:46

11

Ahmed Mahmoud   (Egypt)    0:06:32

12

Chris Germain   (Seychelles)   0:07:04

13

Issiaka Cisse (Ivory Coast)    0:07:11

14

Bright Chapongo   (Zimbabwe)     0:07:16

15

Mohamed Ahmed Aalaa  (Egypt)    0:07:35

16

Edward Pothin   (Seychelles)       0:07:45

17

Brian Zengeni   (Zimbabwe)     0:08:20

18

Gaël N’zoughe   (Gabon)       0:08:39

19

Richard Laningo   (Tanzania)       0:08:56

20

Issiaka Fofana   (Ivory Coast)       0:09:31

21

Hamisi Mkona   (Tanzania)  0:11:45

22

Arnaud Ontsassi   (Gabon)     0:12:02

23

Alvaro Da Cunha MOZ   0:13:09

24

João Cuambe MOZ     0:16:35

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ELITE WOMEN RESULTS

1

Cherise Taylor   (South Africa) 0:24:31

2

Ashleigh Moolman   (South Africa)  0:00:27

3

Aurelie Halbwachs   (Mauritius)   0:01:40

4

Wehazit Kidane  (Eritrea)    0:03:00

5

Senait Araya   (Eritrea)    0:03:54

6

Heletje Van Staden   (Namibia)   0:04:29

7

Aicha Tihar   (Algeria)    0:05:27

8

Aya Hassan (Egypt)     0:05:37

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14 responses to “Daniel Teklehaymanot Claims Gold and the 2011 African Individual Time Trial Title (VIDEO)

  1. Hi bmegemeriya nkulu hzbi eritrea enqa hagosena hagosokm kbl yfetu btaemi aqsinomna ezom geganu emo agokum berto kabzi nlaeli teamr kemtserhu ayteratern eye tesfa news kea abewanu sle etedalwuwo btaemi eye zemesgnekum berto wetru teketatali medebkum eye yekeniyeley Dawit Geneva

  2. He is one of African Cycling Star. His face is already on the UCI page. Dani bring the UCI Gold to Africa.

  3. Hi bmegemeriya nkulu hzbi eritrea enqa hagosena hagosokm kbl yfetu btaemi aqsinomna ezom geganu emo agokum berto kabzi nlaeli teamr kemtserhu ayteratern eye tesfa news kea abewanu sle etedalwuwo btaemi eye zemesgnekum berto wetru teketatali medebkum eye yekeniyeley Dawit Geneva

  4. Eruna anty habeney nesekis dmekileyen tesemeyeleyen bedekiki deki eru ab dege zelekum lomi 13/11/11 abztegebre tseweta cycling natnael(gold) teawetu jani(bronze) teawetom alewu 1&2

  5. Eritrea once again became the champion of africa after Natnael Berhan and Tesfay Abraha stood the first and the second in the tour of asmara today 13/11/2011

  6. Eruna anty habeney nesekis dmekileyen tesemeyeleyen bedekiki deki eru ab dege zelekum lomi 13/11/11 abztegebre tseweta cycling natnael(gold) teawetu jani(bronze) teawetom alewu 1&2

  7. Eritrea once again became the champion of africa after Natnael Berhan and Tesfay Abraha stood the first and the second in the tour of asmara today 13/11/2011

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