Young Khayelitsha cyclist pedals her way to international success

Khayelitsha road cyclist Zanele Tshoko was invited by the International Cycling Union to take part in the African Women’s Cycling Team Training Camp in Switzerland.

Speaking to CapeTalk's Pippa Hudson (standing in for Kieno Kammies) Tshoko says although it was tough the experience was worth it.

She says she received support from fellow cyclists to keep pushing through to the very end.

She will be taking part in the world championships in Qatar.

If you believe you can do something better in chasing your dreams, believe that anything is possible in life...

Zanele Tshoko, Cyclist

Listen to the full conversation below:


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