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Cyclist Blessing Jane Jabbie returns from training in Benin


Sierra Leonean cyclist Blessing Jane Jabbie excelled in a two-week training program in Benin which was made possible by her outstanding achievements in cycling and her zeal to proudly represent Sierra Leone in every competition.


Jabbie, who’s one of the fastest female cyclists in Sierra Leone, said the training was a major boost for her career and thanked the Meya Mining Company, especially Chief Operations Officer Dino Coutinho, for their invaluable contributions to cycling in Kono and for always motivating cyclists with incentives.


The Manager and Chief Executive Officer of the Kono Cycling Club, Foday Kamara, lauded the prompt support of the National Olympic Committee and the Meya Mining Company for always providing the necessary support to the Kono Cycling Club.



The Kono Cycling Club sincerely hopes that Blessing Jane Jabbie will replicate what she learned in Benin and help inspire other female cyclists in Kono and Sierra Leone as a whole.


Jabbie's success is a reminder of the importance of supporting young athletes, as well as a testament to her hard work and dedication, confirming that such is an investment in the future of cycling in Sierra Leone.


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