Cyclists celebrate the Green March with two big events

Organized from November 3 to 11

As part of the festivities of the Moroccan people marking the 47th anniversary of the glorious Green March, the Royal Moroccan Cycling Federation (FRMC) is organising, under the high patronage of HM King Mohammed VI, the tenth edition of the International Challenge of HRH Prince Heir Moulay El Hassan and the ninth edition of the International Green March Challenge from November 3 to 11.
The ninth edition of the International Green March Challenge includes three races between the cities of Laâyoune-Boujdour on November 3 “Grand Prix Sakia El Hamra”, Laâyoune-Tarfaya on November 5 “Grand Prix Oued Eddahab” and Laâyoune-Marsa on a closed circuit on November 6 “Grand Prix Al Massira”.
After this ninth edition, the tenth edition of the International Challenge of HRH Crown Prince Moulay El Hassan will take place, scheduled for November 8 to 11 in the Guelmim-Oued Noun region.
Three trophies in three stages will be contested during this edition: the Prince’s Trophy (1st stage Guelmim -Tan Tan -125.4 km, November 8), the Birthday Trophy of HRH Crown Prince Moulay El Hassan (2nd stage Guelmim-Sidi Ifni -121.5 km, November 10) and the Royal House Trophy (3rd stage Guelmim-Sidi Ifni -Tiznit- 130.5 km, November 11).
The International Challenge of HRH Crown Prince Moulay El Hassan is a showcase that promotes the country’s tourist assets as well as its cultural riches, especially since it confirms once again that the Kingdom of Morocco is a true haven of peace. and a land of hospitality, dialogue, tolerance and coexistence.

In addition to Morocco, which is represented by three selections (national, regional and Olympic), the 10th edition of the International Challenge of HRH Crown Prince Moulay El Hassan and the 9th edition of the International Challenge of the Green March will see the participation of national teams from United Arab Emirates, the Sultanate of Oman, Mauritania and Cameroon, as well as continental teams from Germany, the Netherlands and Slovakia.
It should be recalled that HRH Crown Prince Moulay El Hassan gave the official kick-off of the third edition of this prestigious international cycling challenge bearing the name of His Royal Highness on May 7, 2012 in Rabat.

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