- Slovakian Chren Martin win fifth lap race
- First Lady honours race organizers
Slovakian rider Chren Martin from the Dukla Banska Bystrica team, has throne the fifth lap race, of the 23rd edition of the Grand Prix Chantal Biya International Cycling Race.
The intrepid cyclist, outsmarted the other 58 cyclists,by crossing the finishing line at the Yaounde May 20th Boulevard, within a time frame of 02h45’46.
It should be recall that, the race unfolded over a distance of 118.1km, from Zoetélé to Yaoundé.
The gigantesque award ceremony took place,under the watchful eyes of the First Lady, Madam Chantal Biya, matron of the bicycle Jamboree. As well as,the handing of a cheque, to the race best cyclist by the First Lady,Madam Chantal Biya.
Cameroon’s Kamzong Abessolo Clovis, earned the special Blue Jersey for the Best Cameroonian cyclist offered by CAMTEL,along side a 100.000CFA cheque.
Summary of 23rd edition of Chantal Biya International Cycling Race Winners;
First lap winner; Achraf Ed-Doghmy, Morocco
Second lap winner: Hamza Yacine, Algeria
Third lap winner: Niyonkuru Samuel Rwanda
Fourth lap winner: Hamza Yacine, Algeria
Firth lap winner: Chren Martin
The final and last phase of the prestigious cycling fiesta ends, on Sunday, October 8,in Yaoundé with the Ongola Grand Prix.
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