The 3FM tour du Ghana is set for Saturday, 24th April with over 100 cyclists expected to compete over a distance of 100Km. The 3FM drive show was broadcasted from Decathlon at the Junction Mall and and held a series of activities with a some cyclists at the mini event. The prelude to the main show attracted a number of cyclists in Accra to the junction Mall in Sakumono. The event was tied into 3FM’s afternoon drive show hosted by Giovani Caleb and offered an opportunity to the gathered cyclists in a time trial competition, where the cyclists negotiated an obstacle course in record time.
Isaac finished first in a time of 20 seconds, Martin came in second with 24 seconds and Enoch placed third in 34 seconds. Ken Addo, who is group head of Events and Entertainment at Media General explained the need for this pre event
The 3FM tour du Ghana is sponsored by Verna mineral water, McBerry bicuits, Oba Spaghetti, Super Yogo and Prudential Life Insurance, official life insurers of all registered cyclists. It is supported by Volta Hotel, Dodi World and Decathlon who are giving away prizes for the cyclists.
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