dosage http://chopcult.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-db-backup/include/images/secure.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Kenya defeated Uganda, diagnosis the defending champions, in the last event of this championship held at Jamhuri Park during the weekend.
Arthur Blick, the Ugandan team captain, accepted the defeat raising a number of concerns why his side lost.
“Kenyan riders had a home advantage and enough preps for the last event because they knew we were not so easy to defeat,” he lamented.
Uganda’s loss might be based on a number of factors including the inadequate funds factor.
“We are going back on the drawing board to see how we can win this championship next year,” Blick added.
In the MX50 scores; Dylan Mutahi (KEN) had 54 points, Tai Wahome (KEN) 52 points and Waleed Omar (UG) 50 points.
In the MX65 scores; Ethan Nyachae (KEN) 57 points, Fortune Ssentamu (UG) 54 points and Wazir Omar (UG) 43 points.
The MX85 category; Elias Sherman (KEN) had 57 points, Githuku Mungai (KEN) 52 points and Ngugi Waweru (KEN) 42 points.
The MX125 scores; Rohan Gandhi (KEN) had 60 points, Masalule Kituyi (KEN) 51 points and Samir Anwar (KEN) 45 points.
The MX2 category; Ivan Guya (KEN) had 57points, Apollo Mbuki (KEN) 54 points and Samir Sherman (KEN) 45 points.
The last category MX1; Tutu Maina (KEN) had 60 points, Maxime Van Pee (UG) 51 points and Arthur Blick (UG) 45 points.