Ray wins Gravel and Tar Femme

Olivia Ray took out the win in the 87km women's Gravel and Tar, jumping clear of Vantage New Zealand teammate Sharlotte Lucas. Rhylee McMullen (Andy Schleck CP NVST - Immo Losch) rounded out the podium.

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Full Results
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Olivia Ray (NZl) New Zealand 2:24:28
2Sharlotte Lucas (NZl) New Zealand 0:00:02
3Rylee McMullen (NZl) Andy Schleck - CP NVST - Immo Losch
4Alicia Evans (NZl) New Zealand 0:00:04
5Josie Wilcox (NZl) Black Dirt Collective 0:00:05
6Kirsty McCallum (NZl) NZ Cycling Project 0:00:24
7Henrietta Christie (NZl) NZ Cycling Project 0:00:25
8Bronwyn MacGregor (NZl) The Tank Guy 0:01:11
9Katie Richards (NZl) Chain Breakers 0:01:30
10Georgia Danford (NZl) Andy Schleck - CP NVST - Immo Losch 0:03:59
11Jeannie Blakemore (NZl) The Tank Guy 0:04:12
12Stella Nightingale (NZl) Andy Schleck - CP NVST - Immo Losch 0:07:40
13Ella Wyllie (NZl) NZ Cycling Project 0:08:34
14Sonia Foote (NZl) Black Dirt Collective 0:08:36
15Samantha Kingsford (NZl) Black Dirt Collective 0:08:37
16Lee Boon (NZl) New Zealand 0:09:10
17Charlotte Spurway (NZl) NZ Cycling Project 0:09:32
18Aimee Blackmore (NZl) Black Dirt Collective
19Jenna Borthwick (NZl) NZ Cycling Project 0:10:21
20Ellie Parry (NZl) The Tank Guy 0:10:26
21Jorja Swain (NZl) New Zealand 0:10:31
22Samara Maxwell (NZl) Black Dirt Collective 0:15:41
OTLKristine Ford (NZl) Chain Breakers
OTLJudy Cheng (NZl) Chain Breakers
OTLBridget Olphert (NZl) Chain Breakers
DNFIone Johnston (NZl) The Tank Guy
DNFGrace Anderson (NZl) Andy Schleck - CP NVST - Immo Losch
DNFBex Hutchinson (NZl) Chain Breakers

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