Freyer crowned Namibian U23 MTB champion

09 Jul 2014 10:00am
WINDHOEK, 09 JUL (NAMPA) - Team Kia Namibia rider Martin Freyer was crowned Namibian Under-23 mountain bike champion after clinching the first place at the National Metals’ Tsumeb Mountain Bike (MTB) championships on Saturday.
A statement availed to Nampa on Tuesday by the event organisers said Freyer crossed the finishing line in a time of one hour, 57 minutes and 33 seconds (1:57:33), with Charl Fouche in second place in 2:01:45.
The third place went to Sebastian Jahnke (2:02:47).
Heiko Redecker won the Elite Men’s category, finishing the six laps in 1:47:24, with arch-rival Heinrich Köhne clinching second place in 1:51:03, and Tjipe Murangi third in 2:00:37.
In the Elite Women’s category, Irene Steyn was the only one competing. She finished the four-lap race in 1:29:28.
The Junior Men’s division was won by Tristan de Lange in a time of 1:27:39, nearly 10 minutes faster than second-placed Petrus Mawano (1:36:45).