Restrepo Jhonatan emerged stage winner clocking 6 minutes and 27 seconds. He was followed by Alex Hoehn riding for Wildlife who used 6 minutes 28 seconds, Alan Boileau of B&b Hotels who used 6 minutes 29’ seconds.
Jhonatan has become the 3rd rider to win five stages in Tour du Rwanda since it was upgraded to the International Cycling Union (UCI) calendar in 2008.
Other riders who registered similar records include Rwandan Valens Ndayisenga, and Eritrean Eyob currently riding for Terengganu Cycling Team.
The top performing Rwandan at the 7th stage is Mugisha Samuel who emerged 35th clocking 7 minutes 05 seconds while Uhiriwe Byiza Renus and Nsengimana Jean Bosco, clocked 7 minutes 09 seconds respectively.
Cristian Rodriguez Martin riding for Direct Energie who used 6 minutes 35 seconds retained the yellow jersey.
Tour du Rwanda will continue on Sunday 9th May 2021 with the final stage that will see riders covering 75.3 kilometers making laps in Kigali city.