The Bulgarian riders have the wind in their sails in this 17th Tour Cycliste International du Cameroun. After the victory of Andreev Yordan, a rider from the French team Martigues Sport, in the first stage, it was Dimitrov Petar's turn to win on Monday. The number 85 of the Bulgarian national team covered the 98,5 km in 02h35'02''. He is 2 seconds ahead of his team-mates and compatriots Ivanov Borislav and Papanov Martin.
The leading trio broke away from the peloton in the last 5 km of the stage. The breakaway managed to get away after more than 2 hours of hard racing. The three Bulgarians had a 52 seconds advantage on their direct pursuers. Among them, the Cameroonian Clovis Kamzong Abossolo.
The rider from SNH Vélo Club finished 7th and is now 3rd in the overall classification. Now, only 2 seconds separate him from the yellow jersey, Andreev Yordan. The Burkinabe Koné Souleymane, 5th overall, is 6 seconds behind. The Tour Cycliste International du Cameroun continues this Tuesday with the fourth stage, 129.9 km long.