Natnael Tesfatsion, a talented 25-year-old puncher from the Lidl-Trek team, secured his first national title in the Eritrea Cycling Race. After Amanuel Ghebreigzabhier’s victory in the time trial at the Eritrean Championships, Tesfatsion emerged victorious in the road race event. This win marks a significant achievement for Tesfatsion, who had never won a national title before.

The double winner of the Tour du Rwanda, Tesfatsion crossed the finish line alone, with Aklilu Arefayne from Wanty-ReUz-Technord and Metkel Eyob from Terengganu Cycling Team joining him on the podium. Arefayne was also crowned the champion in the U23 category. Despite finishing fourth, Mewael Girmay from Wanty-ReUz-Technord outperformed his brother Biniam Girmay, who finished sixth.

In addition to his recent victory, Tesfatsion had previously secured a second-place finish in the Cadel Evans Race 2024. The Eritrean cycling community celebrated his success, with messages of congratulations pouring in on social media.

Furthermore, Intermarché-Wanty shared the news of the champions on Twitter, highlighting Natu’s achievement and Akile’s silver medal. The team also recognized Arefayne as the Eritrea U23 champion, as well as Mewael Girmay’s fourth-place finish and Biniam Girmay’s sixth-place performance. The cycling community showed their support and admiration for the talented athletes.

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