SuperYogo, the nutritious fortified yoghurt from FanMilk, has rewarded cyclists who participated in the 2022 edition of 3FM Tour Du Ghana, a cross-city cycling competition.
The 3FM Tour Du Ghana is an assembly of Ghana’s best cyclists to complete a challenging route. This year’s race was a 289km route from Accra through Sogakope to Ho and return via Somanya to Accra, over a 2-day period.
For the second consecutive year, SuperYogo is the official nutrition partner for the competition. The brand nourished more than 100 cyclists who took part in this year’s contest and rewarded the finalists with various packages including product hampers, shopping vouchers, certificates of achievements and medals.
Speaking before the event, FanMilk Brand Manager, Eric Kumah, said ‘SuperYogo contains vitamin B6 & D to support the immune system, calcium for strong bones, and Vitamin B2 for brain development. SuperYogo is available in two flavours: plain and lemon.
That’s why we say SuperYogo fuels you to Go For More. The brand is all about encouraging an active lifestyle and healthy living, and 3FM Tour Du Ghana is a good programme that gives Ghanaians an opportunity to be active.
We are proud to be the official nutrition partner for the race and we commend the organisers for a good job." He ended by congratulating all cyclists who joined the race and encouraging all Ghanaians to adopt active, healthy lifestyles.
At the end of the competition, the winners were awarded as below.
Overall Grand Winner / SuperYogo Go for More Award – Anthony Boakye
First runner up - Lawrence Adjei
Second runner up - Jacob Akwei
Youngest Cyclist - Ellis Sherrif
Best Female Cyclist - Deborah Allasie
Senior Cyclist - Joseph Arku
Endurance Award - Yaw Arthur
Best Amateur Cyclist - Hassan Sumaila
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