Chantal Biya

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.

Past winners

2007

The 7th edition of the Grand Prix Chantal Biya as held October 5-October 7, 2007 and is part of the 2007-2008 UCI Africa Tour with a 2.2 UCI rating.

Stage / Classification Location, Distance Winner Nationality
Prologue (Elimination Criterium): Yaoundé, 1 km Joseph Sanda
Stage 1: Ngolbang - Meyomessala, 131 km Peter van Agtmaal
Stage 2: Sangmelima - Yaoundé, 164 km Vincent Graczyck
Final Classification Peter van Agtmaal

2006

The 2006 Grand Prix Chantal Biya as held October 6-October 8, 2006 and is part of the 2006-2007 UCI Africa Tour with a 2.2 UCI rating.

Stage / Classification Location, Distance Winner Nationality
Prologue (ITT): Yaoundé, 1 km Yusuke Higuma
Stage 1: Ngolbang - Meyomessala, 112 km Flaubert Douanla
Stage 2: Sangmelima - Yaoundé, 162 km Fabien Rey
Final Classification Flaubert Douanla

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