Moïse Mugisha has made history by becoming the first Rwandan to win the annual Grand Prix Chantal Biya, the biggest cycling race on the UCI-Africa Tour in Cameroon. Mugisha won this year’s edition in 16hrs, 20 minutes and 47 seconds in the five-day race. The 22-year-old who became the first Rwandan to win Grand Prix Chantal Biya, also won a cash prize of U.S.$11,134.
New Times, 23 November 2020
Top Government officials including Sports Minister, Aurore Mimosa Munyangaju and Senate Vice President, Esperance Nyirasafari have paid glowing tribute to Moise Mugisha who became… Read more »
New Times, 22 November 2020
General Classification Moïse Mugisha (Team Rwanda)-16:20:47 Kubiš Lukáš (SLOVAQUIE) -16:00:39 Kamzong Clovis (SNH Velo Club)-16:00:45 Daumont Paul… Read more »
Cameroon Tribune, 19 November 2020
The Rwandan covered the 96km race in 2hours 15 minutes yesterday November 18, 2020 in Douala. Read more »
New Times, 18 November 2020
Team Rwanda Coach Felix Sempoma is optimistic ahead of the 2020 Grand Prix Chantal Biya International Cycling Tour that runs from November 18 to November 22. Read more »
New Times, 16 November 2020
Team Rwanda Cycling jet out of the country for Cameroon today, November 16, ahead of the 2020 edition of the Grand Prix Chantal Biya race. Read more »
New Times, 12 November 2020
Former Tour du Rwanda winners Joseph Areruya and Samuel Mugisha will co-lead Team Rwanda at the upcoming 2020 Grand Prix Chantal Biya in Cameroon. The race runs from November 18… Read more »
New Times, 4 November 2020
Rwanda cycling federation (Ferwacy) has named a nine-rider roster to start training ahead of the 2021 Grand Prix Chantal Biya race, in Cameroon, this month. Read more »
Mugisha Moise Emerges First Lap Winner of the Grand Prix Chantal Biya international cycling race.