Grand Prix Chantal Biya

Grand Prix Chantal Biya is a professional road bicycle racing stage race held in Cameroon and sponsored by the Fédération Camerounaise de Cyclisme/Ateba Koungou. The race is named in honor of Chantal Biya, the First Lady of Cameroon as wife of President Paul Biya.

Grand Prix Chantal Biya
Race details
DateEarly-October
RegionCameroon
English nameGP Chantal Biya
DisciplineRoad race
CompetitionUCI Africa Tour
TypeStage race
History
First edition2001 (2001)
Editions20 (as of 2020)
Most wins Peter van Agtmaal (NED)
 Yves Ngué Ngock (CMR)
(2 wins)
Most recent Moise Mugisha (RWA)

WinnersEdit

Year Country Rider Team
2003   China Jianshi Luo
2006   Cameroon Flaubert Douanla SNH Vélo Club
2007   Netherlands Peter van Agtmaal CCN Sportwear
2008   France Thomas Rostollan Team Allier
2009   Netherlands Peter van Agtmaal Global Cycling
2010   Cameroon Martinien Tega SNH Vélo Club
2011   Cameroon Yves Ngue Ngock SNH Vélo Club
2012    Switzerland Alexandre Mercier Team Jura Suisse
2013   Cameroon Yves Ngue Ngock SNH Vélo Club
2014   Eritrea Mekseb Debesay Bike Aid–Ride for Help
2015   Morocco Mouhssine Lahsaini Morocco
2016   France Martial Roman Sélection Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
2017   Cameroon Clovis Kamzong SNH Vélo Club
2018   Slovakia Juraj Bellan Dukla Banská Bystrica
2019   Algeria Azzedine Lagab VIB Sports
2020   Rwanda Moise Mugisha Rwanda

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