Today, Sunday, Moroccan cyclist Nadim Lagmouchi was crowned African champion in the BMX cycling race, which was held in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, on November 4 and 5, thus securing a qualification ticket for the Paris 2004 Olympic Games, which is an unprecedented achievement in the history of cycling. Moroccan in this category.
The Royal Moroccan Cycling Federation stated, in a statement, that cyclist Nadim Lanouchi (28 years old), who lives in London, outperformed eight riders from South Africa, who respectively ranked in places from second to ninth.
She added that this African Championship witnessed the participation of 70 male and female contestants, 30 of whom were from South Africa, who competed in the races for adults, males, females, under 23 years of age, males and females, and then young men and women.
Laghoushi had participated in the BMX competition, a new category on the national bike, in the combined world championship (13 championships in one championship), which was held in Glasgow between August 5 and 13 last.
It is noteworthy that the remarkable results achieved by the Moroccan bicycle are part of the objectives contract linking the Royal Moroccan Cycling University with the Ministry of National Education, Primary Education and Sports, and the support provided to the Moroccan National Olympic Committee.
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