Rwanda to host the cycling world championships in 2025

The World Cycling Championships will take place for the first time in Africa. Rwanda will host the competition in 2025.
The Rwandan Cycling Federation confirmed on the social network Twitter that the country will be responsible for organizing the World Cups, and the capital Kigali will receive the competitions.

Two candidates, Rwanda (Kigali) and Morocco (Tangier), competed in the first cycling world championships organized in Africa, with Kigali's candidacy, chosen as the favorite, to be chosen by the International Cycling Union.

After Belgium (Flanders), which runs until Sunday, the next editions will take place in 2022 in Australia (Wollongong), in 2023 in Scotland and in 2024 in Switzerland.