On a slightly overcast day without too much wind the riders set out for the final race in the Cayman Classics 2012. The final race, a 65 mile road race, was set out to be an exciting race as nothing was determined in any division except for first place in the Masters division. Though there were favourites for the spots in the divisions nothing was set in stone, which Jerome Ameline proved by jumping from third to take the overall win in the Mens Open division. For the ladies Risa Goldberg took home the 4th race win and the overall Ladies only topped by Gabe Rabess who finished with a perfect 5 straight wins in the Masters division. The Juniors division ended up being almost as close as the Open Mens with Derron Kelly claiming the overall win.
Final Standing Sprint Competition:
General Classification after race: