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March, 14 2014 08:18:54

That dominates seventh stage

HCM CITY (VNS) — Nguyen Thi That of Vinh Binh-An Giang Rice triumphed on the seventh stage of the Binh Duong International Women's Cycling Open yesterday.

She overcame Jutatip Maneephan of Thailand to take the 108km stage from Phan Thiet City to Dat Do District in Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province in a time of 2:51.37.

Her win helped her to retain the yellow jersey for best overall time and the green jersey in the sprint competition.

Today, cyclists will compete on the last stage from Ba Ria City to Thu Dau Mot City in Binh Duong Province. — VNS



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