With the cheering from family, friends and the public, Jean Fabio Duane Catherine from Mauritius and Kirsten Schut from South Africa won the men’s and women’s category of the main event, the 100km race in 02:23:15 and 02:28:10 respectively. Apart from the main 100km race, the event also featured the 50km and 20km race for individuals, teams and schools.
Ramesh Awatarsing, Managing Director of Vistra Mauritius, said, “We are honoured to be the title sponsor of the Vistra Mauritius 100km Cycle Tour this year, witnessing cyclists from Mauritius and around the world gathering here today to compete for a good cause. I applaud everyone’s efforts and look forward to welcoming more cyclists next year.”
Proceeds from the competition, amounting to 170,000 Mauritian rupees, were donated to two local NGOs, namely the Association pour les Handicapés de Malherbes and the Association of Association of Disability Service Providers. Both organisations contribute to the betterment of the socioeconomic conditions of people with disabilities in Mauritius.
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