Maja Wloszczowska in motion. Photograph: Provided
Fourways resident Dylan Girdlestone, not too long ago participated within the Takealot Excursion of Excellent Hope the place he claimed victory within the fourth level of the street biking race, held within the Cape Winelands.
The 29-year-old propelled to victory in a time of three:41:42. TEG Procycling cyclists Kent Major and Jason Oosthuizen got here 2nd and 3rd respectively within the total standings.
The OfficeGuru racing staff rallied in the back of Girdlestone all the way through the difficult race, which in go back noticed their member defeating Major with not up to two kilometres ultimate and an excellent time of 7 seconds by the point he crossed the road.
Talking after the race, Girdlestone described the plan they put in combination to be able to triumph over the TEG riders. “We principally had a sport plan to check out to hide the primary, 2nd and 3rd puts at the GC which possibly was once a bit of formidable since the level was once tricky and a bit of longer than in the beginning deliberate.”
Within the girls’s race, Maja Wloszczowska of Poland persisted together with her dominance, successful her 3rd level in a row and environment herself up for the highest total spot in her debut Excursion of Excellent Hope look.
Wloszczowska concluded her race in her time of four:30:55, adopted by way of Kross Are compatible racing teammates Ariane Luthi and Catherine Colyn.
Showing nice hiking power, Wloszczowska stated she loved her rides over the Bainskloof Cross, despite the fact that it was once exhausting paintings after all. “From the start, Catherine [Colyn] set the tempo and I, Lucy [James] and Ariane [Luthi] went together with her,” she stated.
“All of us labored in combination and set a excellent tempo at the flat portions.”
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