The races produced the same winners as the first race in the week. South African Ernst van Dyk took home the men’s open title with Swiss racer Franz Nietlispach takign home second and Mexican Aaron Gordion finisheing third.
In the woman’s race Austra-lian Louise Savauge took the top spot beating out Yvonne Reyes from Mexico. Taking third was Ariadne Hernandez also from Mexico.
In the separate men’s quad race Atlantan Bert Burns took home top honors over Austra-lian Scott MacKay and Austra-lian Greg Smith.
The races was a departure for most of the athletes as after they had sprinted to the finish line to qualify for the next lap they then had to form the pack abck up and hold off sprinting till later. There were no breakaways allowed.
The camp also broke up Sau-trady night with many athlete’s heading to Atlanta to get ready for the Peachtree race. How-ever a few racers were still in town Monday practicing before heading to Atlanta.
A far as most of the athletes are concerned the camp was a success and after the final race was finished Saturday many of them said they would love to come back next year.
“We want to thank all the sponsors and volenteers,” said camp co-chairman Dave Grove at the awards ceremony. “With-out them we could nto do this.
“We hope to have this again next year and keep doing this as long as the athlete’s want to continue to come.”