Sprint into Spring Multi Level Challenge at Latrobe

Sprint into Spring wrapped up with Mikkel’s multilevel tour of La Trobe University. The courses added an extra challenge to all – when to go up or down and where? There were a mix of strategies and most competitors emerged unscathed and will live to compete another day. The series points have now been counted and the jerseys awarded.

SIS overall winners (Yellow jersey):
Mo Farah Women – Liis Johanson
Mo Farah Men – Brody Nankervis
Sally Pearson Women – Janine Steer
Sally Pearson Men – Jensen Key
Usain Bolt Women – Milla Key
Usain Bolt Men – Ashley White
Overall sprint leg winners (Green jersey)
Mo Farah Women – Lanita Steer
Mo Farah Men – Brody McCarthy
Sally Pearson Women – Kate Francis
Sally Pearson Men – Steven O’Connell/Will Davey – tied
Usain Bolt Women – Claire Adams
Usain Bolt Men – Thomas Caristo
Overall hill climb winners (Red jersey)
Mo Farah Women – Clare Brownridge
Mo Farah Men – Bruce Arthur
Sally Pearson Women – Heather O’Donnell
Sally Pearson Men – Rod Phillips
Usain Bolt Women – Paula Davey
Usain Bolt Men – Evan Gavens

Congratulations from the SIS organisers to all the jersey winners.

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