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Charlie Gallant, two-year-old son of Greg Gallant and Shell LeDrew of Pasadena, won second place in the Mud Spud boys race at Fast and Furious Sunday at Marble Mountain in Steady Brook. Charlie finished second behind his five-year-old sibling Sam Gallant.
STEADY BROOK Sam Gallant got the upper hand on his little brother Charlie in one of the cycling showdowns at Sunday’s Frost and Furious race.
Sam, who is five years old, captured top honours in the Mud Spud one-kilometre race for boys with a time of nine minutes and 16 seconds, while two-year-old Charlie was 56 seconds behind his brother with a final clocking of 10 minutes and 12 seconds.
Sunday’s race, held at Marble Mountain ski resort in Steady Brook, featured young and old cyclists alike participating in the third race of the Fast and Furious racing series that wrapped up Sunday with a Fast and Furious race on the slate in Grand Falls-Windsor for biking enthusiasts from that neck of the woods.
Jack Drover nabbed third place in the Mud Spud division with a time of 10:15.9, while Ben Griffin rounded out the division in fourth spot after crossing the finish line in 10 minutes and 37.4 seconds.
Sarah Ollerhead, the lone participant in the Mud Spud female division, posted a final time of 12 minutes and one second, while Evan May posted a time of 16:10.3 as the lone entry in the Dirt Squirt Sport division for young male cyclists.
Skylar May posted a time of 21 minutes and 33 seconds to win top spot in the Dirt Squirt Sport division for boys, while Will Drover followed with a time of 22:33.9 in a two-person race to the finish line.
April Muirhead posted a time of 55:23 to win first place in the Open Sport female division, 47 seconds faster than Nicole May, who was the only other participant in the division, while Leo Morgan registered a time of 1:01:55 in the Open Sport male division’s 12-km race.
Brandon Curry (45:54.5), Andrew May (53:49.1) and Ryan Warshawski (1:00:14.5) rounded out the field of cyclists competing for top spot in the Open Expert male division.