WARREN CARNE Zimbabwe racing cyclist

Warren James Carne (born 14 October 1975) is a former Zimbabwean Mountain biker.


His family relocated to South Africa in the late 1980s, Carne attended Potchefstroom Boys High and graduated from the same class as South African Olympic 800 metre runner Hezekiél Sepeng, South African Heavyweight Boxer Sean Santana and first class cricketer Gary Outram.


As a junior he dabbled in time trialing on the road before turning his attention to mountain biking. He placed 12th at the 2005 Zimbabwean National XC MTB Championships held in Harare and was a member of the Zimbabwe squad that competed at the 2007 UCI African Cross-country cycling Championships that were contested in Windhoek Namibia.

  • Carne & Timothy Jones (cyclist) who raced at the 2001 Giro d’Italia share the same grandfather.



12th Zimbabwean National Mountain Bike Championships (ZIM)

10th Gauteng & North Gauteng Interprovincial (RSA)


5th (Mens 30-35) UCI African Cross Country Championships, Windhoek (NAM)

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