President of the Namibian Cycling Federation (NCF), Rolf Adrian has revealed that the body is gearing up for a busy year which will culminate in the hosting of the African Mountain Bike Championships slated for April in Windhoek.
Adrian spoke after arriving from Johannesburg where he attended a meeting of the Southern African Cycling Federations which was chaired by the president of the Confederation of African Cycling, Dr Mohamed Azzam.
At the meeting Namibia’s hosting of the African Championships was finalised and signed with Adrian promising that the country would stage the biggest event yet.
The country is also set to host the African Cycling Championships which will serve as a qualifier for the 2020 Olympic Games.
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