UCI: Morocco Ranked 30th Worldwide, 3rd in Africa

In the most recent Union Cycliste Internationale rankings, the Moroccan cycling team is rated 30th globally and 3rd in Africa (UCI).

According to the UCI rating released on March 28 and consisting of 1308 points, the national team has moved up one position to take up position 30 in the world, according to a statement from the Royal Moroccan Cycling Federation (FRMC).

At the continental level, Eritrea placed first in Africa and first in the globe, surpassing South Africa, who came in second place in Africa and came in 25th overall (3135.64 points) (2090.57 points).

Achraf Ed-Doghmi, who is ranked fifth, Adil El Arbaoui, who is ranked ninth, and Youssef Bdadou are the three Moroccan cyclists in the African Top 10 (UCI-Africa Tour) (10th).

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