The UAE Tour on March 2, 2019.
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DUBAI – The UAE Tour 2019 saw 20 teams of competing cyclists race through Dubai’s landmarks on Saturday (March 2).
The event travelled through the streets of Dubai as part of its seventh and final stage, starting from Dubai Safari and ending at City Walk.
Cyclists also passed through the Design District, Maktoum Bridge and Jumeirah Beach Road.
The 2019 UAE Tour is made up of seven stages taking cyclists through a total of 1,090 kilometres.
The cycling tour started in Abu Dhabi and concluded on Saturday with the 145km seventh stage.
Primoz Roglic won the inaugural edition of the UAE Tour, while Sam Bennett sprinted to victory in the last stage ahead of Fernando Gaviria and Caleb Ewan. GAD/Expat Media
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