Adamu Issa Buba, is this year’s winner of the Mount Cameroon Race of Hope after ascending and descending the “Chariot of the gods” in 4hrs 40 minutes.
The 32-year-old from the Northwest region, won for the first time after three attempts.
He finished ahead of Amadou Abdoul and last year’s winner Nsabinla Elvis who came third.
26-year-old Tatah Carine won in the women’s category for the second straight year, putting her record at five titles.
Winners in both the men and women’s senior categories, received a cash prize of 10 million FCFA.
The top athletes in the junior category bagged 2.6 million FCFA each.
Below is a list of meritorious athletes in the 28th edition of the popular race.
1st – Chepkoech Eileen (Kenya)
2nd – Chinwen Sandrine (Cmr)
3rd – Layu Nancy (Cmr)
1st – Lagat Amos (Kenya)
2nd – Zakaryahu Ibrahim (Cmr)
3rd – Kari Seth Bolack (Cmr)
1st – Tatah Carine (Cmr)
2nd – Kitan Mildred (Cmr)
3rd – Adamu Irine (Cmr)
1st – Adamu Issa Buba (Cmr)
2nd – Amadou Abdoul (Cmr)
3rd – Elvis Nsabinla (Cmr)
Over 600 competitors participated from 14 different countries.