Kra N'Dri won the recent grand Prix Setu cycle race held in Abidjn, Ivory Coast.?
Kra N'Dri won the recent grand Prix Setu cycle race held in Abidjn, Ivory Coast. N'Dri covered the gruelling 72 kilometre (44 mile) course in one hour 56 minutes.
26 top class cyclists started the race but only 18 crossed the finish line.
In second place was Zongo Salif with Jacques Natama in third place.
Last week's race was organised by the Ivory Coast Cycling Federation and was seen as a warm up for the biggest event on the African cycling calendar - the Grand Tour Cycle Road Race in Cameroun - which starts on 11 February.
Twelve African countries - Cameroun, Congo, Ivory Coast, The Republic of Central Africa, Benin, Gabon, Upper Volta, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Togo and Zaire - will compete in the race.
In recent years cycling has become increasingly popular in the Ivory Coast and more and more young people are taking part in the sport.