Zoe Cuthbert and Cameron Ivory are the respective Queen and King of the Snowy Mountains Mountain Bike Festival for 2020.
Cuthbert took out the sixth and final stage, across a 45km marathon course in wet and difficult conditions.
The 18 year-old won all six stages of the Festival, in one of the most dominant performances we have ever seen.
Cuthbert won Stage 6 in a time of 2:16:27, 4-minutes and 22-seconds ahead of Cristy Henderson (2:20:49). Meaghan Stanton came third in a time of 2:31:05.
Zoe Cuthbert was crowned race winner after a total race time- across the six stages- of 6:26:58.6. This was a nearly 10-minute lead ahead of Henderson, with 6:36:14.1. Stanton- who has re-emerged as an Elite level competitor- completed the weekend in an impressive 7:02:12.5.
Meantime, it was Cameron Ivory who won the Men’s marathon Stage 6, in a time of 2:02:08. A mere 9-seconds behind in second-place was the injured Dean Cane. Cane, despite the leg and hand injuries that kept him out of Stages 3 and 4, was able to complete the marathon in 2:02:17. Callum Carson was a further 3-minutes and 6-seconds behind, in a time of 2:05:23.
Ivory, who won five out of six stages, to win the Festival with a total time of 5:35:30:4. Carson, who won Stage 2, and had four other podium finishes came second in a time of 5:45:57.8 Andrew Blair was consistent across the weekend and finished third, with a total time of 5:49:11.5
The event is supported by funding from the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency Destination NSW.
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