- Slovakian rider Pavol Rovder claims fourth lap
- Jérémie Kossoko wins yellow jersey for Cameroon
22-year-old Slovakian rider, Pavol Rovder has won the fourth lap of the Grand Prix Chantal Biya International Cycling Race, covering a distance of 96.3km.
The Dukla Banska Bystrica cyclist, outsmarted the 58 riders, to cross the finishing line from Sangmelima-Avebe-Meyomessala,within a time frame of 02h15’04.
Cameroonian cyclist Jérémie Kossoko Sadikou, from the SNH Velo Club,managed to grab the prestigious yellow jersey, formerly possessed by the Slovakian cyclist Pavol Rovder.
Despite, the challenging circumstances faced by the Cameroonian plenipotentiaries,the expectations for a first place is highly awaited,by the bicycle die-hearts.
The fifth lap of the cycling Jamboree, is scheduled for October 6,from Zoetélé to Yaoundé, over à distance of 118.9km.
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