“Africa Cycling Revolution “
Olympic Channel / 6-episode series / 2016 / 53 min./ Director of Photography
Meet cycling’s rising stars from sub-Saharan Africa in the new Olympic Channel Original Series Africa Cycling Revolution. The six-episode series is the Channel’s first original series dedicated to the sport of cycling, and is available exclusively on the Olympic Channel digital platform. Africa Cycling Revolution is a lively and entertaining journey across sub-Saharan Africa to uncover a new generation of cyclists and shows how the sport is reaching new audiences. In Rwanda, South Africa, Kenya, Ethiopia, Eritrea and Congo, cycling is on the rise as a sport and as a way of changing lives.
The incredible tale of top Rwandan female cyclist Jeanne D’arc Girubuntu, and how she became a role model for young cyclists in her country.
How does the Velokhaya Life Cycling Academy create champions – both on and off South Africa’s BMX tracks?
“We can’t just put a runner on a bike.” How Kenya’s cycle teams are trying to emulate the nation’s sporting heroes.
The behind-closed-doors story of how Alen Girmay became the first winner of the Tour of Ethiopia.
Discover the reasons why cycling is the most popular sport in Eritrea and how the top riders become national heroes.
In a nation devastated by an active volcano and 20 years of permanent war, meet the young cyclists aiming for Olympic Games glory.