The Nuts Challenge always brings out a great level of competition, but the one lap women's sprint race was as exciting as it gets, with the top three women all finishing within 43 seconds of each other.
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The team league is starting to take shape, with two teams already having clocked up their 12 race minimums. Mudstacle Team and Team Nuts are super tight at the top with only two points between them. Team Kitbrix are now on 10 scores, so they only need two more respectable results and they'll take the top of the league.
For the ladies, Andrea Berquez from Kitbrix just clung on to first place at Nuts and, combining that score with her third place at Hell Down South, puts her top of the table. Team Phoenix's Becky Neal added her second place at Nuts to her 10th place at Hell Down South to move into second place.
For the men, RPCC's Chris Shipley has jumped to the top after winning the four lap race at Nuts Challenge. He's joined on the current podium by Phoenix's Dasos Gonnella and Daniel Titcomb from the army team, who came third and seventh in the four lap slog respectively.
I'd also like to give a special mention to JJ Hebson from Team Urban, who raced both the one lap sprint on Saturday AND the four lap endurance race on Sunday at Nuts Challenge, did bloody well at both and jumped straight into fifth place. Kudos!
In the ladies masters, Carrie Webb is just ahead of Toni Cupit after hitting tenth place in the Nuts sprint, despite Toni coming third in the four lap race. They're the only two with two scores so far though, so I've no doubt that Laura Heywood will be challenging when she racks some more events up.
Last but not least, Nick Taylor-Kumar is top of the Men's Masters League after an impressive 13th overall in the Nuts 4 lap race. He's followed by Phoenix's Matt Igglesdon and Kitbrix's Joe Dickson, who both did really well in the four lap slog.
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