In the 10km mountain time trial starting from the lovely town of Estagel towards the Forca Real peak with 400m of elevation, French Loick Dussol (M19-34) scored the fastest overall time in an average speed of 28.5km/h, 1 minute and 3 seconds faster than Antony Cheytion (M45-49) while Timothée Wintz (M19-34) got overall third.
First female was Severine Jouan (F19-34) in an average speed of 24.5 km/h, 1 minute and 34 seconds ahead of Aline Marguet and 2 minutes 22 seconds faster than Céline Schuller (F40-44).
On Sunday, all younger age groups had a tough 165km granfondo boasting 2150m of elevation with Loick Dussol renewing his win from Saturday after a long break with Hugo Drechou (M19-34). Antoine Lamy (M19-34) got overall third by winning the sprint before Sebastien Pillon 2,5 minutes later. Aline Marguet (F19-34) took the win in the overall female categories before Céline Schuller (F40-44) and Florence Le Gallic (F40-44).
In the 125km mediofondo counting as official qualifier distance for all men over 60 and women over 50, reigning world champions Andrew Pendery (M60-64) and Jeannie Longo (F60-64) were the winners in the respective age groups who rode for qualification.