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April, 25 2014 08:26:00

Quyen wins sixth stage in HCM City Cycling tournament

Tran Van Quyen. — Photo tuoitre

HCM CITY (VNS) — Tran Van Quyen won the sixth stage of the 26th HCM City Television Cycling Cup yesterday.

The cyclist with Military Zone 7 triumphed in the 98km stage that runs from Phan Rang-Thap Cham City to Nha Trang City. He covered the distance in 2:23.10 with a top speed of 41.071kmh.

He was followed by Le Nguyet Minh of HCM City's Eximbank and Nguyen Thanh Tam of An Giang Plant Protection.

An Giang Plant Protection's Ho Huynh Van An retained the yellow jersey with the best overall time of 16:19.30 after six stages. — VNS



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