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Thursday, July 6 2017 | NEW ERA SPORT 21 Namibian Pick n Pay Cycle Classic 2017 launched WINDHOEK The annual Namibian Pick n Pay Cycle Classic 2017 was launched in the capital on Tuesday. Speaking at the launch, president of the Rotary Club Windhoek (RCW) Heide Beinhauer said for the first time a 5km fun walk and run and 10km competitive run would be part of the event. “I suppose that makes the Pick n Pay Cycle Classic Namibia’s largest competitive cycling race, the leading family biking fun and biggest recreational event ever,” said Beinhauer. Funds raised at the event are expected to increase from the N8,000 in 2011 to over N0,000 this year. “As a result, many community projects worthy of support [will] benefit,” she said. RCW is a group of professionals in the public sector that aim to provide humanitarian services, advance goodwill and work towards high ethical standards in all vocations. The cycling race has become RCW’s main fundraiser and community service event since 1999. Organising partner of the Namibian Pick n Pay Cycle Classic, Windhoek Pedal Power (WPP) collects entry fees from the event and ploughs the money back into cycling, and also sponsors Namibian cyclists’ participation in international competitions. WPP chairman Pierre du Plooy noted that cyclists have needs. “The Namibia Cycling Federation needs money to develop our sport to get our young cyclists out there, and to get our elite cyclists to events to put Namibia on the map,” he stressed. This year’s event will take place on October 14 and 15. Competitors will enter different classes and distances for road bike and mountain bike races. - Nampa New bumper Barca deal for Messi Lionel Messi has agreed to stay at FC Barcelona until 2021 in a deal that all but commits the star striker to playing out the rest of his top-flight career at the Spanish giants. The megastar who joined Barcelona as a teenager 17 years ago will remain at the club until he is 34 under the new deal, the Catalan club announced Wednesday, ending months of speculation about the future of the five-time Ballon d’Or winner. “The deal will be signed in the coming weeks, when Messi returns to the team for pre-season training,” the club said in a statement, as the 30-year-old enjoyed his honeymoon just days after he wed his childhood sweetheart in Argentina. Messi has hinted in the past that he would like to return in the future to Argentina to play for his very first club, CA Newell’s Old Boys in his hometown of Rosario, where he wed last week. But he has also said that his priority is to win more honours with Barca, the club he has called his home since he was 13. No financial details of Messi’s new contact were disclosed, but Spain’s Marca sports daily reported on Tuesday that the deal included a €300-million termination clause. Under his current contract, due to run out in June 2018, Messi earns around €20 million a year in salary, according to Spanish media - and this didn’t include millions of euros in revenue earned from ads and performance-linked bonuses. Messi joined FC Barcelona in 2000 when he was just 13 years old in the youth training centre. “He made his first team debut at just 16 years of age in a friendly against FC Porto, before making his debut the following season against Espanyol at 17,” the club said in a statement. “Shortly after, he scored his first senior goal with a clever lob against Albacete at the Camp Nou.” The deal announcement is likely to reassure fans and members of FC Barcelona, which has had a disappointing season by the club’s own high standards. The club was eliminated from the Champions League in the quarter finals by Juventus, and came second behind arch-rivals Real Madrid in La Liga, though Barca did win the Copa del Rey. Messi’s contract extension consolidates the much-feared “MSN” striking trio which includes Brazil’s Neymar and Uruguay’s Luis Suarez. Both have also renewed their contracts until 2021. Photo: The Independent Committed... Barcelona striker Lionel Messi has agreed a contract extension, which will keep him at the club until 2021. With 507 goals scored in 583 official matches, Messi is the club’s all-time leading scorer and is widely considered the world’s best player along with Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo, his Real Madrid rival. Now 30, Messi could have been tempted by other horizons - having been courted by clubs like PSG and Manchester City - particularly as he was found guilty last year of tax fraud in Spain. But he has lived in Catalonia since his early teens, and currently resides in Barcelona with his now-wife Antonella Roccuzzo, their son Thiago, four, and Mateo, one - both of whom were born in Spain. And Messi himself said in May that his aim as a footballer was to “try and win the most titles possible” with FC Barcelona. - Nampa/AFP Steven Pienaar joins champions Wits Warm welcome... Former Bafana Bafana captain Steven Pienaar (L) poses for a photo with his new Bidvest Wits head coach Gavin Hunt during his unveiling yesterday. Champions Bidvest Wits yesterday pulled off the scoop of the transfer window so far by signing Steven Pienaar. The former South African international returns to the Premier Soccer League for the first time in 16 years since he moved to Ajax Amsterdam The 35-year-old‚ who was at Sunderland in the English Premier League last season, is Wits’ second major signing in the last days after Daylon Claassen joined from German club 1860 Munich. It presents the club with an increasing chance of emulating Mamelodi Sundowns’ success in the African Champions League when they compete again next year. Pienaar had previously been linked with both Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates but both giants have been beaten to the punch by the newly crowned league champions. Pienaar last played in the PSL at Ajax Cape Town but left in 2001 for the Netherlands. He also competed in the Bundesliga with Borussia Dortmund and was at Everton and Tottenham Hotspur in England. Details of his deal with Wits were not immediately known. - TimesLIVE