Mr. Bui Duc Hinh, the Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, the Chairman of the Provincial People's Council is presenting the trophies, the medals and the flags to athletes who achieved high results in the women's content.
The male athletes are competing at the First Open Cycling Championship of Hoa Binh province in 2022 for the Cup of Connecting Big Arms.
The championship has attracted the participation of more than 300 male and female athletes from 35 cycling clubs all over the country. The athletes competed in 4 individual and team events, including the event for the men aged up to 39, the one for men 40 - 55 years old, the one for men aged over 56 years, and women.
Hoa Binh province is honored to host the cycling competition in the program of the 31st Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games 31), the athletes can compete on the route of the companion content race at SEA Games 31. Thereby, it has been contributing to promoting the movement of physical training and sports in general and cycling in particular; it has also been promoting the campaign "All people train the bodies following the great example of Uncle Ho”, creating a useful and healthy playground for bicycle lovers in the province to exchange and cultivate experiences... At the same time, it helps promote tourism potential and introduce Hoa Binh culture. This is also a good condition for the departments, the branches and the units of the province to practice and draw experience to serve the hosting event of the cycling competition at SEA Games 31.
After a morning of exciting, fierce and attractive competition, at the end of the tournament, the Organizing Committee awarded the trophies, the medals and the flags to the individuals and the teams with high results. The specific results (mentioning only the first prizes), for the women's content the individual prizes: Nguyen Thi Mai (Hanoi Mimeco Bicycle Club); The team prize: Trung Thanh Club. For the male content aged up to 39 years old, the individual prize: Nguyen Phuc Hao (Hanoi Mimeco Bicycle Club); The team prize: T2 Cycling Club. For the men's content aged 40 - 55 years old, the individual prize: Le Van Bao (Sam Son Bicycle Club); The team prize: T2 Cycling Club. For the men's content aged 56 years or older, the individual prize: Dam Tuan Son (T2 Cycling Club); The team prize: T2 Cycling Club.
In addition, the Organizing Committee awarded the prize to the elderly male athlete: Luu Cong Nam, born in 1946 (the Bicycle Club of Nam Dinh City); The elderly female athlete: Doan Thi Tho, born in 1961 (Thai Binh Xanh Bicycle Club). The sponsors also gave the meaningful gifts to the excellent athletes.