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April, 26 2014 08:19:00

SunTek Sao Viet wins 7th stage of HCM City Cup

HCM City's SunTek Sao Viet team won the time trial event in the seventh stage of the 26th HCM City Television Cycling Cup yesterday. — Photo thanhnien

HCM CITY (VNS) — HCM City's SunTek Sao Viet team won the time trial event in the seventh stage of the 26th HCM City Television Cycling Cup yesterday.

The team completed the 48km stage in Nha Trang City with a time of 59.48 and a top speed of 48.161kmh, followed by An Giang Plant Protection and ADC-Vinh Long Television.

Dinh Quoc Viet of Sao Viet claimed the yellow jersey with the best overall time of 17:19.39 after seven stages, while Ho Huynh Van An of An Giang Plant Protection held onto the green jersey as the best sprinter with 67 points.

Cyclists will compete in the eighth stage from Nha Trang to Da Lat City today. — VNS


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