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Wednesday, December 11, 2013
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Abraham second in Tobago Classic stage four
National veteran cyclist Emile Abraham had to settle for second place yesterday to Raphael Meran of Dominican Republic in the Stage four Scarborough Criterium of the Tobago International Cycling Classic. Meran, who won the 55km Plymouth Criterium on Friday, pedalled his way to another victory yesterday in the 60-lap, 72 km event. Abraham, who has been improving of late, finished second. The Team Vita Malt rider failed to complete stage one and two. In Wednesday’s stage two event, a flat tyre prevented Abraham from completing the race. Abraham came in the top ten for the first time on Friday, finishing ninth in stage three. Barbadian Team Cocos cyclist Darren Matthews, who came third in Friday’s stage three, finished third again. Today the cycling classic will conclude with the feature UCI 1.2 Tour of Tobago, starting at 7.30 am.
Stage 4 Results
Name Club Country
Raphael Meran Team Foundation Dom.Republic
Emile Abraham Team Vita Malt T&T
Darren Matthews Team Cocos Barbados
Stage 3 Results
Name Club Country Time
Raphael Meran Team Foundation Dom.Rep 1:22:54.646
Michael Schweizer Team NSP Germany 1:22:56.891
Darren Matthews Team Cocos Barbados 1:22:56.982
Michael Olheiser Team Vita Malt USA 1:22:57.195
Jamol Eastmond Barbados Barbados 1:23:05.361
Calixto Bello Team Cocos USA 1:22:56.209
Jerron Williams Team Foundation Guyana 1:22:56.329
Jonas Schmeiser Team NSP Germany 1:22:56.576
Emile Abraham Team Vita Malt T&T 1:22:56.891
Jaine Ramirez Team Cocos Colombia 1:23:02.269
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