Olga Hamilton and Alasdair Munro were fastest female and male riders at the Loch Calder hilly 11-mile event, the last of three time trials which formed part of the popular annual Caithness CC weekend.
Hamilton secured a second win of the weekend with a time of 32-02 for the challenging course, which started south of Thurso and headed out towards Loch Calder, skirted the water and then headed back up the B870 to the finish.
Just as Hamilton was securing win number two following victory in the opening 25-mile event on Saturday, so too Munro was securing his second win having won the morning’s 10-mile test.
Munro, the 19-year-old RT23 rider from Culbokie near Inverness, covered the course in 26-07 to win by more than two minutes from Wick Wheelers’ Stuart Anderson. The third and final spot on the podium went to West Lothian Clarion rider David MacIvor who clocked 29-34.
Fastest veteran on standard was Innis Mitchell of Ross-shire Roads CC, who covered the course in 32-39 to ensure an age standard of +2.26.
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1. Alasdair Munro (RT23) 26.07
2. Stuart Anderson (Wick Wheelers) 28.26
3. David MacIvor (West Lothian Clarion) 29.34
4. Thomas Lynch (Orkney CC) 30.01
5. Hamish McAllan (Caithness CC) 30.45
6. Aiden Love (Caithness CC) 31.02
Women: Olga Hamilton (Orkney CC) 32.02
Veterans on std: Innis Mitchell (Ross-shire Roads CC) (32.39) +2.26