RWANDA has for the first time been ranked the second best cycling nation on the continent by the International Cycling Union (UCI) behind powerhouse Eritrea, according to the latest ranking released by the world cycling governing the body.
After winning the first Continental cycling trophy- La Tropicale Amissa Bongo, Champion cyclist Areruya Joseph has been selected to represent Rwanda at the upcoming Coupe des Nations UCI U23 series ‘Tour de l’Espoir’.
The young Rwandan rider won today the 13th Tropicale Amissa Bongo. He did not give in to the professionals. Italian Luca Pacioni (Wilier-Triestina) won the last stage.
President Paul Kagame and The First Lady joined dozens of Kigali residents in a fitness walk on Sunday, December 03, 2017, during the Car Free Day.
Rwanda‘s first cricket stadium was inaugurated Saturday by President Paul Kagame as a permanent home for developing the sport in the country. Gahanga Cricket Stadium in the capital Kigali is built on a 4.5 hectare (11 acre) ground and cost $1.3 million (1.1 million euros), the majority of the funds raised by international cricket players eager to see the game take off in Rwanda.