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May, 24 2014 10:54:47

Rankings unchanged in An Giang Cup

HCM CITY (VNS)  — Rankings remained unchanged yesterday after the fifth stage of the Return to the Countryside cycling tournament, also known as the An Giang Plant Protection Cup.

Ha Thanh Tam from Gao Hat Ngoc Troi An Giang won the 48.5km stage consisting of 18 laps around Soc Trang City, with a time of 1:23.13. Tran Nguyen Duy Nhan of the Military Zone 7 and Nguyen Hoang Sang of Dam Ca Mau were the runners-up.

Tam holds the yellow jersey for the best overall time of 12:31.54 after five stages.

Military Zone 7 retained the lead in the team race with a time of 37:38.445, followed by An Giang and HCM City.

Today, cyclists will compete in the sixth stage from Soc Trang to Vi Thanh City. — VNS


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