Tuan Kiet won thanks to half the body of the car in the cross-Vietnam race
Lam DongCyclist Tran Tuan Kiet won a close victory in stage 21 around Xuan Huong Lake, 51 km long in the Ho Chi Minh City Television Cup bicycle race on the morning of April 28.
Do yesterday’s climb Having arranged all the final titles, this morning’s race was mainly a sprint performance for the racers to earn their race standings. So right from the start, the racers rushed to attack.
After losing the advantage to Ho Chi Minh City, two strong teams of Domesco Dong Thap Pharmaceutical and Loc Troi Group attacked most actively to look for opportunities to win prizes along the way and win the stage. In the award along the way to sprint 1, driver Nguyen Pham Quoc Khang (Dong Nai) finished first, Quang Van Cuong (Loc Troi Group) came in second and Phan Hoang Thai (Dong Thap) was third. By sprint 2, the positions respectively belonged to Ali Khademi (Rice Seeds Ngoc Troi), Trinh Duc Tam (Loc Troi Group) and Pham Quoc Cuong (Dong Thap).
All attacks in this race, even yellow shirt Igor Frolov (Ho Chi Minh City Vinama) also “go out”, besides other drivers like Ali Khademi, Trinh Duc Tam, Huynh Thanh Tung… but all failed. The team therefore finished in the crowd, opening up opportunities for racers with a knack for sprinting.
With a quick sprint, Tran Tuan Kiet surpassed Le Nguyet Minh by just over half of his body, winning the race with a total time of 1 hour 2 minutes 50 seconds, an average speed of 48.7km/h. In third is Nguyen Tan Hoai.
After this stage, Igor Frolov successfully defended the Yellow Shirt and the Red Shirt. Nguyen Tan Hoai still wears a Blue Shirt. Young racer Pham Le Xuan Loc (Military Zone 7) holds the White shirt. Ho Chi Minh City Vinama firmly built the first place in the team, the second is Dong Nai and the third belongs to An Giang.
Tomorrow, April 29, the Ho Chi Minh City Television Cup – Ton Dong A 2022 will take place the penultimate leg from Da Lat to Lam Dong, 99 km long.
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