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Nic Dlamini: The South African rider making history at the Tour de France

Cycling - Tour de France - Stage 3 -  Lorient to Pontivy - France - June 28, 2021 Team Qhubeka NextHash rider Sean Bennett of the U.S. and rider Nic Dlamini of South Africa stopped to check the bike during stage 3

Nic Dlamini has just become the first Black South African to ride in the Tour de France. Image: REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

Douglas Broom
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Nic Dlamini: Riding in the Tour de France is “a dream come true.”
Nic Dlamini: Riding in the Tour de France is 'a dream come true'. Image: TeamQhubeka
Built to last: the Qhubeka RBC bike.
Built to last: the Qhubeka RBC bike. Image: Qhubeka
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