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Westcoast Cycling
05 March 2020
MTB School League

The month of March saw the kick-off to 2020 MTB School League, a sports competition that regroups participants of Westcoast International Primary School and Westcoast International Secondary School. Westcoast International Cycle Club was the one to launch the series of competitions for students, categorised per age groups, between 8 to 14 years. After the heats series, the best students of each age category will take part in the finals. The finals of the Cycle Club competitions will be held at Moka Bike Park, at the end of the school year.

The following quote testifies that: “The atmosphere was electric throughout the school as the bikes raced through the track with the children cheering on the competitors.

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