Sheikh Mohammed bin Humaid Al Qasimi, Member of the Executive Council and Head of the Department of Statistics and Community Development, witnessed the crowning of cyclist Jaliva Gal from the Emirates Team as champion of the International Tour, and Ibrahim Al Rifai from Khor Fakkan Sports Club was crowned with the Youth Tour title, at the conclusion of the ninth Sharjah International Tour on Wednesday, in The fifth stage, which started from Shees Park to Sharjah Safari, reached a distance of 95.08 km. As for the Youth Tour, its third and final stage was from Shees Park to Sharjah Safari Park, a distance of 63.50 km.
The stage race was attended and the winners were crowned by Major General Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi, Commander-in-Chief of Sharjah Police, Khalid Al Midfa, Chairman of the Commerce and Tourism Development Authority, Hana Saif Al Suwaidi, Member of the Executive Council and Chairman of the Environment and Natural Reserves Authority, Issa Hilal Al Hazami, Chairman of the Sharjah Sports Council, and Abdul Malik Jani, Vice Chairman of the Council and Chairman of the Committee. The organizer of the tour is Mansour Bu Asiba, President of the Emirates Cycling Federation, Dr. Yasser Omar Al Dokhi, Director of the Tour, Chairman of the Technical Committee, the referees, and a number of officials.
The cyclist Barbier-Pierre, from the Belgian Philippe Wager team, succeeded in winning first place, while the second place was won by the cyclist Patrick Stoes from the Austrian Felt, and the third place was won by Enzi Raf Bar from the Emirates team, and the cyclist Gleva Gal from the Emirates team won first place for the yellow jersey and the Sharjah International Tour Cup. Ninth, “sponsored by the Sharjah Police General Command.” Miguel Andoman from Felt won second place, Anatoly Budik from Terengganu won third place, Barbier Pierre from Philippe Wagner won the green jersey, sponsored by the Commerce and Tourism Development Authority, and Anas Al Abediah from Abu Dhabi Cycling won the red jersey. Sponsored by the Sharjah Municipality, and the cyclist Jaliva Gal from the Emirates team received the white jersey for the best time under 23 years, sponsored by the Sharjah Radio and Television Authority, and Abdullah Jassim Al Ali from the Emirates team received the Emirates flag jersey designated for the Emirati cyclist with the best time in covering the distance of the stage, sponsored by the Council Sharjah Sports.
As for the Shahad Youth Tour, first place was won by Salman Al Mansouri from Sharjah Sports Club, second place was won by Ibrahim Al Rifai from Khor Fakkan Club, and third place went to Nikolai Agemovic from Abu Dhabi Cycling Club.
As for the Excellence T-shirts for the Youth Tour, Ibrahim Al-Rifai from Khor Fakkan Sports Club took first place in the yellow shirt and the Youth Tour Cup, second was Hareb Khamis Al-Marzouqi from Abu Dhabi Club, and third was Nikolai Ajimovic from Abu Dhabi Club. Ibrahim Al-Rifai from Khor Fakkan Sports Club took the green shirt, and Ibrahim Al-Rifai won. From Khor Fakkan Sports Club in the red jersey, Salman Al Mansouri from Sharjah Sports Club won the white jersey, and cyclist Hareb Khamis Al Marzouqi from Abu Dhabi Club won in the UAE flag jersey.
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