Tour Du Rwanda Keeping Diabetics Healthy

Tour du Rwanda began in 1988 as a local competition. Soon, it began to attract cyclists from the region, then Africa. In 2009, it went international, drawing participants from around the globe. The sport has seen Phil Southerland, a global ambassador for diabetes, bring his Team Type 1 to the scenic land of a thousand hills for the annual Tour du Rwanda race, where he has impacted the diabetes community over the years.

Tour du Rwanda cyclists (file photo).

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