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Cambodian cyclists hit the road to Kampot

Cambodian cyclists hit the road to Kampot

The cream of the Kingdom’s cyclists will assemble in Kampong Speu province today ahead of this weekend’s annual Cambodian National Cycling Championship.

According to organisers at the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, a total of 268 riders will compete in two separate races – a 120-kilometre street race from Kampong Speu to Kampot tomorrow and a 40-kilometre dirt-trail race around Kampot province on November 11, 2012.

The winners will be announced on Monday during a closing ceremony in Kampot town.

To contact the reporter on this story: Chhorn Norn at [email protected]

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