Weekend cycling results
Riders from across B.C. and Alberta attended four races held by the Interior Grasslands Cycling Club on the weekend.
Olaf Stana from Vernon was dominant, winning all three races he entered.
He won the INTERFOR 54-kilometre road race in 1:21:10, the CAP-it 14-kilometre time trial in 19:08 and the TABOO 15.5-killometre hill-climb in 31:14.
Bill Yearwood won the SPOKE criterium, edging Ray Nyuli of Kamloops in the final sprint to the finish line.
Kamloops' other top finishers: In the 54-kilometre road race, Larry Hindle (1:22:19); in the time trial, Maxim Hansen (20:12); and in the hill-climb, John Armstrong (33:29).