Abdallah Murenzi poses for a photo with Moise Mugisha and Didier Munyaneza who who Tour du Cameroun on Sunday. Murenzi was re-elected to be FERWACY President on June 11.Courtesy A lot awaits Abdallah Murenzi after he again won the vote of confidence from members of the local cycling governing body (Ferwacy) to remain in office for the next four years.
Murenzi was the only candidate for president and garnered 10 out of a possible 11 votes during an election held on Saturday, June 11, at Hill Top Hotel in Remera.
Times Sport looks at the tasks that await him during his four-year tenure.
Development and increasing cycling competitions
Ferwacy invests its efforts and much of their time organizing three major tournaments, namely National championship and Rwanda Cycling cup both organized on the national level and the prestigious Tour du Rwanda.
However, the federation plans to have competitions at district level for them to be able to discover new young cyclists for further development on the national level.
“The more riders compete the better their level of performance becomes. We are going to look at how we can increase domestic competitions that we believe will help us in unearthing several talents across the country,” he said.For elite riders, Murenzi says the federation will be investing efforts in getting them more international competitions.“We also want to send more riders for professional training at renowned cycling centres to learn more from countries that are advanced in cycling. These training sessions are really important for our […]