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Curtis, Perreten and Sauve win respective distances at XFONDO Whistler

Sverak, Menning and Romero clock in as fastest women

Last weekend's XFONDO Whistler event offered participants three distances, including a brand-new 73-kilometre route.

Stefan Curtis was the first to conquer this novel challenge, doing so in three hours, 10 minutes and 16 seconds for gold. Silver went to Kyle Smith (3:14:14) and Erik Hauner grabbed bronze (3:15:28), with Helena Sverak in 11th as fastest female rider (3:43:23). 

Meanwhile, Mike Perreten prevailed in the 60-kilometre race (2:42:36) ahead of second-place Jake Menning (2:58:37) and Pedro Peralta Elgueta in third (3:00:43). This discipline also featured the most impressive performance by a woman: Grace Menning at fourth overall (3:01:27).

Last but certainly not least: the 43-kilometre contest featured Kyle Sauve as champion (2:19:55) ahead of Torsten Eder (2:28:56) and Daniel Bautis (2:36:26) in that order. Natasha Romero was tops among women in ninth overall (2:55:30). 

Full results are viewable here.