Cuff, Van Der Schyff crowned Seawork Gravel Grinder champions

Pulsating action

26 September 2021 | Sports

Ingram Cuff; Winner; “…I was not expecting to win the race.”

Swakopmund • [email protected]



The 2021 Seawork Gravel Grinder took place at the Moonlight Resort on Saturday.

The event comprised 80km, 50km and 30km cycling races as well as 21km, 10km and 5km running events.

Ingram Cuff was the overall winner for the 80km men’s cycling race.

“It feels great. I was not expecting to win the race,” he said.

The women’s 80km cycling race was won by Lul-Anne van der Schyff.
Event organiser Alfons Kiesewetter says that although they experienced a few hiccups, the event overall was a success and that it would be hosted annually.

N$20 of all the entry fees will be donated to the Seawork Cares Trust.

An estimated 250 competitors competed. Staggered starts ensured that there were not more than 150 persons present at the prize-giving and that Covid regualtion were adhered to.

The organisers called on participants to visit the Cycles4U website to obtain their official times for the respective events.

The overall results for the event per category are as follows:

80km cycling men
1. Ingram Cuff
2. Kevin Lowe
3. Andre Vermeulen

80km cycling women
1. Lul-Anne van der Schyff
2. Candice Wiggill
3. Michelle Doman

50km cycling junior boys
1. Sean Lowe
2. Luca Nel
3. Luke Smith

50km cycling junior girls
1. Lotte Beulker
2. Ada Kahle

50km cycling men
1. Greg Chase
2. Matt Husselmann
3. Ettienne Steenkamp

50km cycling women
1. Zoren Knight
2. Christiane Beulker
3. Keren Till

21km run men
1. Willy Marc van Wyk
2. Giro Chiapinni
3. Albertinus Goeieman

21km run women
1. Estelle Bailey
2. Sonja Oates
3. Christine Haupt

10km run men
1. Vaino Ashulu
2. Ethan Snyders
3. David James

10km run women
1. Arina Lensing
2. Wilmarie Potgieter
3. Gaby Gossow

5km run men
1. Andreas Tomas
2. Gerhard Snyder
3. Diago Dias

5km run women
1. Louisa Engels
2. Beatra Viljoen
3. Monika Dias

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