An Ivorian cyclist, Cisse Issiaka has won the first lap of the 16th edition of the Chantal Biya Intenational Cycling tour from Yaounde- Bafia. The winner covered a distance of 122km in 2 hours 52 minutes and 7 seconds
He was closely followed in the second position by a Swiss born, Bussard Dimittri who covered the distance in 2 hours 52 minutes and 12 seconds. Nathanael Gery of France crossed the finish line third, on a time scale of 2 hours 52 minutes and 30 seconds.
At the fourth position was French born Guglielmi Simon who arrived in 2 hours 53 minutes 30 seconds. The First Cameroonian, Mbah Herve Raoul from the SNH Velo Club came fifth on a time scale of 2 hours 53 minutes 39 seconds. Three other laps are still to be covered, they are as follows
– Yaoundé – Ebolowa (155km)
– Zoe Etele – Meyomesala (143km)
– Sangmelima – Yaounde (148km)
The 16th edition of the Chantal Biya International Cycling Tour will end 16th October 2016.