Nathan Jecks races to second place

Nathan Jecks, Theresa McGeragle take Flowt donwhill race series titles

Elinor Brown and Callum McLeary win the final downhill race of the season; Nathan Jecks and Theresa McGeragle take the overall titles.

The Flowt Downhill Race series wrapped up on Sunday with the Frisby Frigid Fingers race, though beautiful weather made it downright pleasant.

Elinor Brown won the women’s race – her third win in a row – beating Theresa McGeragle by 21 seconds.

Callum McLeary won the men’s race, edging out Nathan Jecks and Stu Dickson, who were a fraction of a second apart.

McGeragle and Jecks (right) won the overall standings. Danielle Backman came in second and Brown in third on the women’s side, while Dickson and McLeary were second and third on the men’s side.

The Revelstoke Cycling Association is holding it’s season-ending Phantom Fest Costume Ride this Sunday, Oct. 27. The event is a group ride that leaves from the Nordic Lodge at noon.

Check out the slideshow below for photos from the race.

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