July 28, 2015


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Riders conquer tough terrain at Cyclocross

Forks transformed into rugged course

Riders make a turn at the 2013 Manitoba Cyclocross Championships.
Race leader (and eventual winner) Chris Prendergrast (41) climbs a set of stairs.
Don Sawatzky (right) and Jason Howden climb a hill near the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
Riders make their way through the sandpit.
Ian Hall (174) leads a pack through the sandpit.
Race leader (and eventual winner) Chris Prendergrast makes his way through the sandpit.
Luke Enns (419) takes a spill in the sandpit.
Fans react as Luke Enns (419) takes a spill in the sandpit.
Daniel Enns (6) celebrates after winning a sprint finish against Danick Vandale (87).
Terry Macyk (12) celebrates after winning the 40+ race.
Riders make a turn at the 2013 Manitoba Cyclocross Championships. - John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press
Race leader (and eventual winner) Chris Prendergrast (41) climbs a set of stairs. - John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press
Don Sawatzky (right) and Jason Howden climb a hill near the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. - John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press
Riders make their way through the sandpit. - John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press
Ian Hall (174) leads a pack through the sandpit. - John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press
Race leader (and eventual winner) Chris Prendergrast makes his way through the sandpit. - John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press
Luke Enns (419) takes a spill in the sandpit. - John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press
Fans react as Luke Enns (419) takes a spill in the sandpit. - John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press
Daniel Enns (6) celebrates after winning a sprint finish against Danick Vandale (87). - John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press
Terry Macyk (12) celebrates after winning the 40+ race. - John Woods / Winnipeg Free Press

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