The Moose Jaw Pavers hosted 63 racers for the 2018 Buffalo Pounder mountain bike race on Sunday in Buffalo Pound Provincial Park.

There was plenty of strong performances throughout the day, including Prince Albert's Quintin Wismer, who own the Expert Men Division.

"I was happy with how I performed, I was feeling nervous ahead of time, but once I got out there, I felt great," said Wismer, who finished with a time 1:38:51, which edged out Brett Down in second place by just 58 seconds.

"There's more climbing in this race than any of the other races, I like that, but it was tough."

Cycling BuffaloPounder June12 2Action from Sunday's Buffalo Pounder mountain bike race in Buffalo Pound Provincial Park. (Photo: Matthias Harden)

David Vaughn won the Elite Men's Division with a time of 1:48:30, while Bradley Kerr was in second place at 1:49:02.

The Elite Women's Division was won by Erica Musyj with a time of 1:59:03.

Caitlyn Kirkpatrick won the Expert Women’s Division, finishing in 1:25:14, which was just under nine seconds ahead of second place Marlo Turk.

The Sport Men's Division was won by Sebastian Trask with a time of 1:20:09, which beat Devan Horvath by more than two seconds.

Curt Bimson was 14th in the Sport Men's Division and said he's coming away happy with how he performed.

"I finished and that's a good thing," said Bimson after the race. "This race is all uphill and I hate uphill… this one just seems like its uphill all the time."

The Sport Women's Division went to Ciara Kirkpatrick with a time of 1:08:02.

Tony Nadon won the Novice Men's Division, while Christina Snell took home top spot in the Novice Women's Division.

The Sport Youth Men's Division was won by Carson Ritter by three seconds over Henry Sharp, while Solomon Ness took top spot in the Novice Youth Men U13.

Click here for full results from the event.

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