Algerian-born Yacine Hamza, has emerged winner of the second lap, of the International Cycling Race, that unfolded over a distance of 204.2km on the Garoua criterium.
The Madar Team cyclist, crossed the finishing line of the Roumde Adjia, ceremonial ground, within a time frame of 05h10’40.
On the second spot came, Sabbahi El Houcaine (Morocco) 05h10’40
Third, Tientcheu Michel Boris ( Cameroon) 05h10’40
Fourth, Kouere Nounawe Rodrigue Eric, (Cameroon) 05h10’40.
The third lap of the race is slated for June 5, and will cover a distance of 150.6km,from Pouma-Edea-Kribi.
The International Cycling race yellow jersey holder, was winner of the first lap of the bicycle Jamboree on June 4 . In a distance of 1003 kilometres covering Figuil and Garoua within a time scope of 2h36’57.
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