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ISF takes out the tour
ADF participants in the third annual
Tour de Timor long-distance bicycle
ride rose above tragedy in the early
stages of the event to take the security
sector trophy last month.
Cfn Beau Pridue died from injuries
sustained in a vehicle crash while con-
ducting support activities for the event
on September 15.
The Australian-led International
Stabilisation Force (ISF) entered two
teams of four, which both performed
strongly in the week-long Tour de Timor,
with the lead team coming out in front
against colleagues from the East Timor
Defence Force and other local security
Team leader Maj Ben Psaila said it
was an honour to compete in a national
event with strong community support in
"We are very proud to represent
the ISF and relish the support from the
locals, especially the children," he said.
East Timor's President Jose Ramos-
Horta introduced the Tour de Timor in
2009 as part of his City of Peace ini-
tiative, which aims to build Dili's repu-
tation as an events capital and promote
peace and stability in East Timor.
Dr Ramos-Horta said by participat-
ing in the bicycle ride and other recent
events, the ISF had shown its willingness
to get involved with the community and
help demonstrate the great strides his
country had taken towards greater peace
"It brings out the best in everyone,"
he said. "And I have to say, the ISF com-
petitors and support have just been ter-
Some of the world's top mountain
bike riders took part in the 607km, six-
day Tour de Timor, which took riders
through a long and mountainous coast-
al route covering a large section of the
island east of Dili.
For more information on the Tour de Timor, go to
Street racers: Participants in the 2011 Tour de Timor set off on the first leg of the race in Dili.
Photo by Flt-Lt John McCourt
Friends at the top: Members of the two ISF teams meet with East Timor's
President, Jose Ramos-Horta, before the event. From left, Leut Chris Clarke,
Pte Arthur Gatt, Maj Ben Psaila, President Ramos-Horta, Sgt Evan Acheson,
Cmdr Charlie Stephenson and Pte Sean Tisdale.
Photo by Cpl Melina Mancuso
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