Kabul Cyclists Race To Say No To Drugs


Kabul Cyclists Race To Say No To Drugs

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At least 50 cyclists attended a 70-kilometer cycling race from Kabul to Parwan province in an attempt to support Afghanistan’s counter-narcotics efforts.

Massoud Amiri from Kabul got the first position in the competition. Mohammad Hanif and Ahmad Mirzaee got the second and third positions respectively.

“This is the national consensus week. We held this race to encourage the youth to say no to drugs and move towards sports,” said Husain Hamidi, head of Cycling Federation. (Click here to read more, external link.)

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June 29, 2018 · admin · No Comments
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