Mathilde Pauls and Felix Barker were the fastest male and female at the Cambridge University CC hill climb at Worts Causeway on Sunday afternoon.
Barker (Cambridge University CC) clocked a time of 1-36 to claim the top prize.
The home club rider was part of the team that won the National Team Time Trial Championship in August and has had numerous other podium finishes throughout the season.
Most recently the 24-year-old won the Antelope RT four up team time trial in October.
Second place on the day went to Sebastian Dickson (Cambridge University CC) who finished his run one second behind the winner with a time of 1-37.
Dickson was also a member of the team that won the National Team Time Trial Championship and has also been victorious at the Wigmore CC hill climb earlier in the season.
Isaac Brown (VC de Longres) did enough to clinched third place by a one second margin finishing his run with a time of 1-42.
The fastest female on the day was Mathilde Pauls (Sigma Sports) who clocked a time of 2-05 at the end of her run.
The 35-year-old finished sixth at last season’s National Closed Circuit Championships and was victorious at the Orwell Velo time trial earlier this season.
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