UCI Africa tour news

Tunisia moved up to second in the UCI Africa Tour nations rankings following the first international...

Tunisia moved up to second in the UCI Africa Tour nations rankings following the first international edition of the GP de la ville de Tunis, and Tunisia's Hassen Ben Nassir moved up into the top spot on the individual tour rankings with his fifth place finish, and now holds a slim four point advantage over Dukla Trencin's Jan Sipeky. Local rider Ahmed M'raihi gave the country a triple success by winning the event. Tunisia remains in second position behind South Africa on the UCI Africa Tour Nations Rankings.

The Tour of Morocco, originally slated to take place from April 13-22 has been postponed, and will now be held on June 8 -17 June. The race, along with the May 14-20 Boucle du Coton (2.2) will now be an important lead-up to the B World Track and Road Championships in Cape Town, South Africa.

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