The first Cameroonian in the race was Sikandi Ghislain who occupied the eight position with 4’24” behind the first athlete. The second Cameroonian, Tekou Dameien occupied the 11th position 4’53” behind the first cyclist, the third Cameroonian Ngomeni Kuissi Eric finished the race 19th position with 11’57” behind the first.
Martin Ngeh was the fourth Cametroonian having a difference of 14’32” from the the winner. Kuere Nounawe, the fifth Cameroonian finished on the 33rd position with a difference of 29’56” from the yellow jersey out of the 45 athletes that took part in the race.
In the teams’ classification, Cameroon occupied the third position after Burkina Faso and Nigeria. Tekou Damien won the trophy and jersey for the most combative athlete. Kuere Nounawe also won the jersey for the most combative athlete at the end of the fourth lap.
Cameroon’s participation at the 15th edition of the International Cycling Tour of Benin was also preparation for the International Cycling Tour of Cameroon which takes place from May 26 to June 3, 2018.