South African Alan Hatherly won the elite men’s African MTB Continental Championships cross-country race in Egypt yesterday.
Hatherly, who won bronze in the Commonwealth Games cross-country event just a week before, completed the eight-lap race in 1:24:41.
His compatriot Stuart Marais finished second seven minutes later, with Namibian Drobisch Till rounding out the podium.
Egyptian Jarrod van den Heever won the men’s under-23 race, while Namibian Alex Miller took the spoils in the junior men.
View more results below.
Elite men (eight laps)
1. Alan Hatherly (South Africa) 1:24:41
2. Stuart Marais (South Africa) 1:31:28
3. Drobisch Till (Namibia) 1:37:03
4. Lincoln Yannick (Mauritius) 1:42:29
5. Aidi Iliass (Morocco) 1:27:10 (seven laps)
Under-23 men (seven laps)
1. Jarrod van den Heever (Egypt) 1:20:33
2. Tristan de Lange (Namibia) 1:21:01
3. Reinhard Zellhuber (South Africa) 1:21:26
Junior men (six laps)
1. Alex Miller (Namibia) 1:06:57
2. Keagan Bontekoning (South Africa) 1:10:25
3. Daniel van der Walt (South Africa) 1:10:33