“I haven’t won the elimination for the past three years, so it’s really nice to have won that title again,” said the track specialist from BCX.
He beat Evan Carstens and Graeme Ockhuis in the final sprint.
Hoffman said after his teammate David Maree had fallen out, he felt that it was up to him to step up to the plate.
“Steven was pretty strong and he wanted to go on the attack the whole time.
“I just followed and when he put the hammer down I could back him up. I think it was the perfect race,” said Hoffman, who now has two wins from two rides with Van Heerden.
The men’s keirin went to the wire with Jean Spies pipping Jean Smith in an electrifying sprint.
After winning the 1 000m time trial, 1 500m and 7.5km scratch races on Thursday, Jason Oosthuizen continued his good run when he won both the junior men’s elimination and keirin events.
Bernette Beyers continued to dominate the elite women’s races and added the 1 500m keirin to her title haul.
Jennifer Abbott and Victoria Myburgh took silver and bronze respectively.
Ashleigh Parsons won the 1 500m keirin for junior women.
Mirsab Jordan won the 1 500m race for U17 Boys by getting the better of Matthew Fortuin in the sprint. The latter tasted success in the 20km points event when his tactical approach netted him the most points ahead of Stefan Marais.
Kelsey van Schoor lapped the field in the points race en route to victory in the U17 girls race.