The Ethiopian cyclist won the Tour de Rwanda


The annual Pepsi, hosted by the Addis Ababa Athletics Federation, will be held at the Addis Ababa Stadium for the 37th time.

The 10,000m competition record was broken at yesterday’s Women’s First Division World Championships.

More than a thousand athletes from Twenty-second clubs participated in the first edition of the competition, and a total of one thousand athletes from twenty-two clubs participated in the competition.

This annual championship began in 1975, and records show that a number of clubs have been involved in the federation.

The gold, silver and bronze medals will be awarded to athletes who win.

Over 1,000 athletes are participating in the competition 

The Ethiopian cyclist won the Tour de Rwanda

Cross country King Kennisa Bekele is expected to win the World Half Marathon. While the athlete is expected to face challenging competition from British athlete Mo Farah, the athlete has received a winning estimate on his fitness.


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