Border 1000 draws young and ‘older’

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THE NFB Border 1000 cycle tour took place on Sunday, with the young, and not so young, taking part.

The race had three starting points, all covering different distances in order to accommodate cyclists of varying abilities.

The 80km started in Stutterheim, 36km in Macleantown and the 20km, for the very young, at the Python Park.

STARTING EARLY: Young cyclists prepare themselves for the start of the NFB Border 1000 20km race at the weekend. Picture: MADELEINE CHAPUT

All the races started at 7.30am, ending at the top of the North East Expressway near the Buffs Club.

Congratulations to all the cyclists who took part and to Jonas Schomberg for coming in as the first male and first overall, and to Cindy Schwulst for being the first female in the 80km race. Congratulations to Stephan and Adrian Salzwedel for coming in as first male and first overall in the 36km race and to Carol Cloete for coming in as the first female.

The 20km race was won by Alex Fanicchi (first male) and Madison Mann took first female place.

STARTING EARLY: Young cyclists speed off at the start of the NFB Border 1000 20km race at the weekend. Picture: MADELEINE CHAPUT

 

 

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