Ndayisenga clocked 1:07:09 to clinch a silver medal while the gold medal was scooped by Eritrean cyclist Kudus Merhawi who clocked 1:05:08 and Algeria’s Barbari Adil took the third spot clocking 1:10:02.
The Rwandan cyclist expressed satisfaction with his latest feat vowing to work hard to be in shape to secure a top spot position in the next edition of the race.
“This is a good achievement in my career and it is good for Rwanda. I am really impressed with this performance and I will continue to work hard so that at the next event, I win gold,” declared Ndayisenga.
“I am extremely excited that I managed to finish second because my main target was to get a podium finish,” he said.
He said the conditions at Pietermaritzburg race were extremely tough as he had to deal with unfavourable windy conditions but said he took everything into his stride and pressed on the pedals.
“There was too much wind but I had to take on the challenge and forget about the wind because every rider had to deal with the same wind any way,” he said.
According to The Times of Rwanda Thursday edition the 21-yearold cyclist was the sole non professional cyclist at the race to clinch a medal.
The Rwandan cyclist latest feat crowns up his success story in cycling sport following his debut performance at 2013 edition where he finished on the fourth position.