Impey wraps up SA Champs with double titles, Oberholzer clinches women's crown

  Daryl Impey (33) and Carla Oberholzer (31) were crowned SA National Road Champions on the penultimate day of the six-day 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.cyclenation.co.za

Daryl Impey (33) and Carla Oberholzer (31) were crowned SA National Road Champions on the penultimate day of the six-day 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.cyclenation.co.za

Daryl Impey (33) and Carla Oberholzer (31) were crowned SA National Road Champions on the penultimate day of the six-day 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. The all-star affair saw some of South Africa’s best, representing age categories from under-11 through to over 80 years of age, race along the same route in a race against the clock, and each other, for the coveted titles in their respective categories.

  An in-form Daryl Impey (Mitchelton Scott) delivered the goods in an action-packed finale along the 153-kilometre road race course   at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.cyclenation.co.za

An in-form Daryl Impey (Mitchelton Scott) delivered the goods in an action-packed finale along the 153-kilometre road race course at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.cyclenation.co.za

Elite/U23

For Daryl Impey, the road title has always been elusive, and the Mitchelton-Scott rider had felt that the odds were stacked against him as he competes in the annual Championships without teammates, therefore outnumbered in the attacks. The Time Trial however is a different story, and Impey secured his seventh Time Trial title this year – six of them consecutive.

The in-form sprinter, fresh from his Tour Down Under overall victory, delivered the goods in an action-packed finale along the 153-kilometre course. A crash early in the race, which involved five of Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka’s riders, resulted in their continental team rider Kent Main being taken to hospital. Impey, who also came down in the crash, chased and immediately bridged the gap to the break which included Jacques Janse van Rensburg (Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka) and Jason Oosthuizen (Barzani Pro Cycling). Impey used his experience at 25km to go and broke away with Jv Rensburg and Oosthuizen in pursuit, and when it came down to the sprint, Impey had no trouble in sealing the victory.

“It feels so good to win, I have lost a few championships after some bad luck, so it was about time luck was in my favour. It is a nice relief to finally get the jersey, you always have these races that you want to win and finally I can tick off this one. I pride myself in wearing the jersey abroad and representing South Africa,” said Impey.

  Jason Oosthuizen (Barzani Pro Cycling) proudly wears the National Championships jersey, flanked by Ryan Harris (Office Guru-left) and Gustav Basson (ProTouch-right) on the U23 Men's podium at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.cyclenation.co.za

Jason Oosthuizen (Barzani Pro Cycling) proudly wears the National Championships jersey, flanked by Ryan Harris (Office Guru-left) and Gustav Basson (ProTouch-right) on the U23 Men's podium at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.cyclenation.co.za

Janse van Rensburg crossed the line in second place. While Jason Oosthuizen was third overall, he was the first under-23 rider to cross the line, winning the U23 title for the first time. The silver and bronze positions were strongly contested in a tight sprint for the finish line, with Ryan Harris (Office Guru) edging ahead to grab silver while Gustav Basson (ProTouch) settled for bronze.

  Team Demacon’s Carla Oberholzer finished her 121km race in strong form as she soloed the final kilometres to the finish line in a time of three hours 42 minutes 23 seconds   at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.cyclenation.co.za

Team Demacon’s Carla Oberholzer finished her 121km race in strong form as she soloed the final kilometres to the finish line in a time of three hours 42 minutes 23 seconds at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.cyclenation.co.za

Team Demacon’s Carla Oberholzer finished her 121km race in strong form as she soloed the final kilometres to the finish line in a time of three hours 42 minutes 23 seconds. In working with her teammate and defending champion Heidi Dalton, Oberholzer was able to break away from the main bunch, which resulted in about a dozen riders leading the race. In a repetitive move on one of the major climbs, they repeated the attack and dropped more of the women from the bunch. Oberholzer then launched a big attack in the tailwind, which was countered by Yzette Oelofse (Team Bestmed) and Elmari de Wet. On one of the final climbs of the race, Oberholzer attacked again and broke free to solo to the finish line in the final 20 kilometres.

Maroesjka Matthee and Lynette Burger (Demacon) finished in second and third places respectively.

  Catherine Colyn   (Maaslandster International Women’s Cycling Team) celebrates her victory in the U23 Women's Road Race flanked by Courteney Webb (UCT Cycling Team-left) and Danielle Strydom (Team Bestmed-right) on the U23 Women's podium at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.intocycling.co.za

Catherine Colyn (Maaslandster International Women’s Cycling Team) celebrates her victory in the U23 Women's Road Race flanked by Courteney Webb (UCT Cycling Team-left) and Danielle Strydom (Team Bestmed-right) on the U23 Women's podium at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.intocycling.co.za

Catherine Colyn (Maaslandster International Women’s Cycling Team) put in a commanding performance to win the U23 women’s race by a country mile. Her winning time of 03:46:01 was over nine minutes ahead of second placed rider Courteney Webb (UCT Cycling Team), with Danielle Strydom (Team Bestmed) rounding out the podium. “I’m over the moon with winning the U23 title. Thank you for everyone’s support,” tweeted Colyn.

  Ricardo Broxham (ProTouch-centre) flanked by teammate Tiano da Silva (left) and Cian Leveridge (Absolute Motion-right) on the Junior Men's podium at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.cyclenation.co.za

Ricardo Broxham (ProTouch-centre) flanked by teammate Tiano da Silva (left) and Cian Leveridge (Absolute Motion-right) on the Junior Men's podium at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.cyclenation.co.za

  Junior Women's winner Tiffany Keep (Team Silverback Volvo) flanked by Kelsey van Schoor (Team African Pride-left) and Carla Steyn (Absolute Motion-right) at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.intocycling.co.za

Junior Women's winner Tiffany Keep (Team Silverback Volvo) flanked by Kelsey van Schoor (Team African Pride-left) and Carla Steyn (Absolute Motion-right) at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.intocycling.co.za

Junior

Ricardo Broxham (ProTouch) won a hard-fought race against teammate Tiano da Silva and Cian Leveridge (Absolute Motion), coming out as the victor in a winning time of 03:17:01. Da Silva and Leveridge rounded out the podium in second and third places, finishing 17 seconds and 23 seconds behind the winning time respectively. The Junior women’s race saw Tiffany Keep (Team Silverback Volvo) make it a double as she added the road race title to her Time Trial win from a few days earlier. Keep’s race was down to the wire against all-time competitor Kelsey van Schoor (Team African Pride), winning by a whisker. Carla Steyn (Absolute Motion) finished third. “Ecstatic about achieving the double victory in the Road Race and Time Trial – it was a hard-fought battle out in the breakaway against the wind and chasing group. Super happy I could finish it off with a win,” tweeted Keep.

  Palesa Manaleng proudly wears her new National Championships stripes after winning a gold medal in the Women's H3 handcycle event at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.intocycling.co.za

Palesa Manaleng proudly wears her new National Championships stripes after winning a gold medal in the Women's H3 handcycle event at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.intocycling.co.za

  Oswald Kydd won the Time Trial in the C2 class with Phillo Verlaat claiming the silver medal at the 2018 SA   National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.intocycling.co.za

Oswald Kydd won the Time Trial in the C2 class with Phillo Verlaat claiming the silver medal at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.intocycling.co.za

Para-cycling

The SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships crowned several categories in the Para-cycling division. UCI World Champion Pieter du Preez added yet another National Championships title to his list of accolades, in both the Time Trial and Road Races in the H1 handcycling class. Gysie van der Niet and Barend Coetsee battled it out during the H4 handcycling race, with Van der Niet taking the victory. The T2 tricycle race was also a close tussle with Goldy Fuchs and Gerhard Viljoen working equally as hard to get the victory, but it was Fuchs’ good run of form that saw him cross the line first in the road race and post the quickest time in the Time Trial. Women’s T1 tricyclist Toni Mould had a better ride during the road race compared to her Time Trial, finishing stronger at the end. The C-classes saw some great action in the C2 and C4 races, with Phillo Verlaat claiming the road race victory against Oswald Kydd, while the roles were reversed in the Time Trial with Kydd clocking the fastest time in the C2. The C4 race produced the same set of results in the Time Trials and road races, with Gary Coetsee claiming the spoils in both races over Attie Botha (2nd) and Calyton Hindle (3rd).

  U17 Girls race winner Chante Olivier celebrates over the finish line at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.intocycling.co.za

U17 Girls race winner Chante Olivier celebrates over the finish line at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.intocycling.co.za

  Riders eagerly await the start gun in the Youth class' Boys race at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.intocycling.co.za

Riders eagerly await the start gun in the Youth class' Boys race at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.intocycling.co.za

Youth

The Youth categories ranged from u11 through to u17 and saw some stiff competition amongst the girls and boys who competed for top honours. Ruan Cloete won the u11 road race for boys, while Danel de Jager claimed the girls prize in the road race and TT. Francois de Jager safely secured the U13 boys road race and TT, as Jessie Munton had a close finish of two seconds against Mienke Boshoff (2nd) and Chanica Botes (3rd) in the road race, and defeated her same rivals in the TT, which was an equally close affair. Bertie Anderson won both TT and road race in the u15 class, with Mia Fortuin squeezing ahead to cross the finish line first and winning by a second against Lalique Broxham in the girls’ race. Travis Stedman also claimed the double and secured his road race victory by a margin of 2 seconds in the road race, while the u17 girls podium remain unchanged between the road race and TT with Chante Olivier taking top honours. Camaron Wilcox won the u11 Boys TT by almost one minute, while Lalique Broxham secured the u15 Girls TT.

  Fred van Zyl celebrates his Time Trial victory in the Masters Men 70-74 class flanked by Willie Bauscher (left) and Geoff Ferreira (right) at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling   Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.intocycling.co.za

Fred van Zyl celebrates his Time Trial victory in the Masters Men 70-74 class flanked by Willie Bauscher (left) and Geoff Ferreira (right) at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-cycling Championships, which took place in the streets of Oudtshoorn from 6-11 February. 📷 www.intocycling.co.za

Masters

The highly competitive Masters’ classes did not disappoint as competitors from 30 years of age through to 80 competed for National Championships status. Winning the double and taking the honours in both road race and Time Trials were Marnus Potgieter (30-34 Men), Thys Oosthuizen (40-44 Men), Noel Ziady (65-69 Men), Fred van Zyl (70-74 Men), Siska van der Bijl (35-39 Women), Jodi Zulberg (45-49 Women) and Christiane Brenzel (50-54 Women). Neil Timm secured victory in the 35-39 road race, while Graham Coker squeezed ahead of Martin van Wyk in the 45-49 road race to win the race. Racing was equally close in the 50-54 and 55-59 classes, where Anton Duvenage and Gary Beneke claimed the victories respectively. Dirk Smith broke clear of Paul Furbank to secure victory by 20 seconds in the 60-64 race. Bob Clayton was the clear winner in the 75-79 race against Michael Andries Smith. The women’s events were equally competitive, with Mandy de Beer claiming the title in the 30-34 race and Desray Sebregts winning by a whisker in the 40-44 race. Cathy Carstens enjoyed the victory in the 55-59 race as Erna du Toit secured a win in the 60-64 race. In the Men’s TT’s, Alex Pavlov (35-39), Donovan O’Reilly (45-49), Graeme Cronje (50-54), Anthony Bennett (55-59) and Errol Pretorius (60-64) secured National Titles in the Men’s races, with Annemie Koen (30-34), Frances Barnard (40-44), Elizabeth Janse van Rensburg (55-59) and Lynette Fischer (60-64) won the Women’s championships races.


Summary of Results
2018 SA National Road & Para-cycling Championships (Oudtshoorn)

ROAD RACE

Elite Men

  1. Daryl Impey 3:42:25
  2. Jacques Janse van Rensburg 3:42:26
  3. Nolan Hoffman 3:46:39

U23 Men

  1. Jason Oosthuizen 3:42:38
  2. Ryan Harris 3:49:56
  3. Gustav Basson 3:49:56

Junior Men

  1. Ricardo Broxham 3:17:01
  2. Tiano da Silva 3:17:18
  3. Cian Leveridge 3:17:24

Elite Women

  1. Carla Oberholzer 3:42:23
  2. Maroesjka Matthee 3:45:56
  3. Lynette Burger 3:45:56

U23 Women

  1. Catherine Colyn 3:46:01
  2. Courteney Webb 3:55:46
  3. Danielle Strydom 4:01:04

Junior Women

  1. Tiffany Keep 2:48:45
  2. Kelsey van Schoor 2:48:47
  3. Carla Steyn 2:50:58

TIME TRIAL

Elite Men (3 laps)

  1. Daryl Impey 52:37,9
  2. Ryan Gibbons 54:54,1
  3. Rohan du Plooy 59:26,5

U23 Men (3 laps)

  1. Stefan de Bod 53:38,4
  2. Kent Main 55:18,6
  3. Gregory de Vink 57:41,3

Junior Men (2 laps)

  1. Jean-Pierre Lloyd 40:17,1
  2. Ricardo Broxham 40:17,6
  3. Ryan Terry 40:30,2

Elite Women (2 laps)

  1. Liezel Jordaan 45:12,3
  2. Yzette Ann Oelofse 45:15,5
  3. S'annara Grove 47:03,2

U23 Women (2 laps)

  1. Michelle Benson 45:14,0
  2. Elne Owen 49:35,7
  3. Jean-Marie Roelofse 53:25,3

Junior Women (1 lap)

  1. Tiffany Keep 21:43,6
  2. Kelsey van Schoor 22:50,3
  3. Azulde Britz 23:23,0

ROAD RACE – PARA-CYCLING

H1

  1. Pieter du Preez 01:14:28

H2

  1. Lesibana Masela 01:17:28

H3

  1. Alwyn Uys 01:44:28

H3W

  1. Palesa Manaleng 02:13:21

H4

  1. Gysie van der Niet 01:19:30
  2. Barend Coetzee 01:33:02

H5

  1. Andries Scheepers 01:15:43

T1W

  1. Toni Mould 52:12:00

T2

  1. Goldy Fuchs 55:25:00
  2. Gerhard Viljoen 57:07:00

C2

  1. Phillo Verlaat 01:25:59
  2. Oswald Kydd 01:30:24

C3

  1. Juan Odendaal 01:16:20

C4

  1. Gary Garth Coetsee 01:34:06
  2. Attie Botha 02:02:00
  3. Clayton Hindle 02:16:20

C5

  1. Gavin Cowden 01:42:53

TIME TRIAL – PARA-CYCLING

H1

  1. Nicholas Pieter du Preez 35:37,4

 

 

H3

  1. Alwyn Uys 32:11,4

H3W

  1. Palesa Manaleng 54:06,3

H4

  1. Gysie van der Niet 26:23,3
  2. Barend Coetzee 29:14,6

H5

  1. Andries Scheepers 24:46,1

T1W

  1. Toni Mould 52:28,4

T2

  1. Goldy Fuchs 26:28,4
  2. Gerhard Viljoen 26:59,8

C2

  1. Oswald Kydd 24:26,4
  2. Phillo Verlaat 24:58,6

C3

  1. Juan Odendaal 22:43,3

C4

  1. Gary Garth Coetsee 20:06,0
  2. Attie Botha 25:39,4
  3. Clayton John Hindle 26:34,9

C5

  1. Gavin Cowden 21:58,2

ROAD RACE – YOUTH

U11 Boys

  1. Ruan Cloete 32:44,0
  2. Camaron Wilcox 34:03,0
  3. Alessio Venceslau 40:53,6

U11 Girls

  1. Danel de Jager 32:18,0
  2. Jana van der Walt 36:20,2
  3. Savanah Olivier 39:50,7

U13 Boys

  1. Francois de Jager 58:26,5
  2. Allesandro Fanicchi 01:04:03
  3. Luke Oldale 01:02:22

U13 Girls

  1. Jessie Munton 31:22,9
  2. Mienke Boshoff 31:24,8
  3. Chanica Botes 33:12,0

U15 Boys

  1. Bertie Anderson 01:45:00
  2. Zukhanye Mahashe 01:49:22
  3. Adriaan van Zyl 01:50:21

U15 Girls

  1. Mia Fortuin 01:01:04
  2. Lalique Broxham 01:01:05
  3. Anna Marx 01:04:08

U17 Boys

  1. Travis Stedman 02:44:10
  2. Benino Hans 02:46:56
  3. Dian Janjetich 02:51:09

U17 Girls

  1. Chante Olivier 01:51:22
  2. Chloe Bateson 01:53:46
  3. Charlissa Schultz 01:53:47

TIME TRIAL – YOUTH

U11 Boys

  1. Cameron Wilcox 16:47,7
  2. Kevin Naude 17:42,1
  3. Alessio Venceslau 18:33,9

U11 Girls

  1. Danel de Jager 16:19,3
  2. Jana van der Walt 17:53,5
  3. Savanah Olivier 18:44,8

U13 Boys

  1. Francois de Jager 14:57,7
  2. Luke Oldale 15:03,9
  3. Justin Naude 15:14,4

U13 Girls

  1. Jessie Munton 16:24,5
  2. Mienke Boshoff 16:25,6
  3. Chanica Botes 17:23,6

U15 Boys

  1. Bertie Anderson 22:50,4
  2. Daniel Grobbelaar 23:19,9
  3. Adriaan van Zyl 24:02,8

U15 Girls

  1. Lalique Broxham 26:03,8
  2. Mia Fortuin 26:28,0
  3. Linel Engelbrecht 27:15,3

U17 Boys

  1. Travis Stedman 21:37,5
  2. Christiaan Klopper 22:11,1
  3. Dillon Geary 22:20,7

U17 Girls

  1. Chante Olivier 22:55,0
  2. Chloe Bateson 23:32,8
  3. Charlissa Schultz 23:48,7

ROAD RACE – MASTERS

30-34M

  1. Marnus Potgieter 03:06:04
  2. Lean Janse van Rensburg 03:06:28
  3. Dusty Day 03:06:29

35-39M

  1. Neil Timm 03:04:28
  2. Alex Pavlov 03:06:05
  3. Egon Campbell 03:06:27

40-44M

  1. Thys Oosthuizen 03:16:01
  2. Jacques Fullard 03:19:33,0
  3. Johann Naude 03:19:33,6

45-49M

  1. Graham Coker 03:19:30
  2. Martin van Wyk 03:19:33
  3. Erich Meintjes 03:19:34

50-54M

  1. Anton Duvenage 02:22:46
  2. Leon Viljoen 02:22:47.003
  3. Paul Kraus 02:22:48.062

55-59M

  1. Gary Beneke 02:22:46.374
  2. Shane Brown 02:22:48.429
  3. Anthony Bennett 02:22:49.919

60-64M

  1. Dirk Smit 01:38:16
  2. Paul Furbank 01:38:37,3
  3. Johan Spies 01:38:37,6

65-69M

  1. Noel Ziady 01:38:37
  2. Robert Neefdt 01:38:38
  3. David Marshall 01:38:40

70-74M

  1. Fred van Zyl 01:39:29,2
  2. Willie Bauscher 01:39:29,3
  3. Geoff Ferreira 01:45:34

75-79M

  1. Bob Clayton 01:45:34
  2. Michael Andries Smith 02:03:11

30-34W

  1. Mandy de Beer 02:39:47
  2. Annemie Koen 02:43:32
  3. Tanya Barnes 02:43:32

35-39W

  1. Siska van der Bijl 02:39:51
  2. Lauren Coleman 02:43:44
  3. Nadine Nunes 02:52:58

40-44W

  1. Desray Sebregts 02:55:24
  2. Suzan Cronje 02:55:25
  3. Bianca Holtzkampf 02:58:21

45-49W

  1. Jodi Zulberg 02:58:22
  2. Desiree Strydom 02:58:22
  3. Yasmina Nagdee 03:00:33

50-54W

  1. Christiane Brenzel 01:46:07
  2. Amanda Akom 01;46:47
  3. Nienie Steenekamp 01:48:10

55-59W

  1. Cathy Carstens 01:46:07
  2. Elizabeth Janse van Rensburg 01:46:08
  3. Petronella Bailey 01:49:21

60-64W

  1. Erna du Toit 01:48:39
  2. Belinda Stein 01:50:40
  3. Hester de Klerk 01:50:42

TIME TRIAL – MASTERS

30-34M

  1. Marnus Potgieter 39:31,3
  2. Darrin Jordaan 40:16,7
  3. Andrew Stockwell 40:20,6

35-39M

  1. Alex Pavlov 39:49,7
  2. Jaco Cronje 40:07,3
  3. Egon Campbell 40:33,4

40-44M

  1. Thys Oosthuizen 38:06,6
  2. Miguel dos Santos 40:42,6
  3. Johann Naude 40:59,9

45-49M

  1. Donovan O'Reilly 40:06,0
  2. Luke Pheiffer 40:10,2
  3. Koos Klopper 40:30,2

50-54M

  1. Graeme Cronje 40:34,0
  2. Samuel de Swardt 40:38,1
  3. Gwyn Pine 40:39,3

55-59M

  1. Anthony Bennett 41:15,8
  2. Jos Antunes 43:05,7
  3. Charles Nienaber 43:24,3

60-64M

  1. Errol Pretorius 43:26,8
  2. Paul Furbank 43:30,4
  3. Pierre van Hell 45:34,0

65-69M

  1. Noel Ziady 22:37,4
  2. Francois du Toit 23:07,6
  3. Rudolf Jonker 25:48,3

70-74M

  1. Fred van Zyl 23:15,8
  2. Joseph Queis 25:28,3

 

 

 

30-34W

  1. Annemie Koen 50:24,2

 

35-39W

  1. Siska van der Bijl 46:31,1
  2. Juanita Mackenzie 47:51,0
  3. Victoria-Jayne Shaw 48:59,3

40-44W

  1. Frances Barnard 46:38,2
  2. Suzan Cronje 47:01,5
  3. Bianca Holtzkampf 47:15,4

45-49W

  1. Jodi Zulberg 46:51,7
  2. Adele van der Walt 56:18,1


50-54W

  1. Christiane Brenzel 27:22,2
  2. MarI Roelofse 29:46,4


55-59W

  1. Elizabeth Janse van Rensburg 25:13,2
  2. Petronella Bailey 27:20,9
  3. Amanda Hager 34:31,3

60-64W

  1. Lynette Fischer 26:55,8