The 33rd edition of the Tour of Morocco, held from May 31 to June 9, 2024, was a spectacular display of international cycling prowess. This year’s event saw participation from 18 teams and national selections representing countries including Morocco, Egypt, Benin, Burkina Faso, Germany, France, Romania, Croatia, Turkey, Portugal, the Philippines, the United States, England, Luxembourg, and Japan. The closing ceremony, held on Sunday, June 9, was graced by notable figures such as the Minister of National Education, Preschool, and Sports, Chakib Benmoussa, the President of the Moroccan National Olympic Committee (CNOM), Faiçal Laraichi, along with various elected officials and civilian and military dignitaries.

The 33rd edition met all set objectives. The collaborative efforts with the Ministry of National Education, the CNOM, and other partners, ensuring the tour’s success under the high patronage of King Mohammed VI. The FRMC had established several technical goals, with the tour traversing eight regions, numerous cities, and hundreds of localities. Participants and spectators were treated to the cultural, historical, and ecological richness of the Kingdom, witnessing firsthand the significant projects initiated under King Mohammed VI’s enlightened leadership. The 2024 Tour of Morocco also provided an invaluable opportunity for Moroccan cyclists to compete against international riders, demonstrating Morocco’s capability to contend in major global tours.