By now you’ve probably heard about the race’s winner, Jessiann Gravel, who set the fastest time on the second lap of the Cheltenham TT.
It was a stunning achievement for a rider who has never won a race before.
Gravel had been running with a team of five for most of the race, and on Saturday morning she got a chance to run with some of her fellow riders.
Gravel was the first rider to take her first crack at the top of the hill at the end of the first lap, but the group was soon cut short when her team mate, Josh O’Brien, crashed.
Gravespeed, the team Gravel had with her, managed to finish third.
But her performance on the first run of the course meant she would be on a different track to the rest of the field.
The hill has been known as the Chelmore since the 1930s, when the race was founded.
It was named after one of the men who won the race at Chelten-Harrington in 1932, who was a member of Gravel’s team.
Graven had the fastest lap, a blistering time of 1:41.89.
She was third in her first stint, with O’Connor (2:04.84) and O’Brien (2.04) rounding out the podium.
However, the race has since changed names.
Cheltenburg now refers to the hill itself, and the first riders to hit the first corner at Chelmore are known as “the first men” and “the last men.”
After the race Gravel rode in the U.K.’s Tour of Britain and the Tour of Ireland, and has a strong chance of winning the world title.
She’ll face former champion Dani Pedrosa at the Tour de France in France.
In an interview with The Associated Press on Sunday, Gravel said that she was not a contender for the title, but that she hoped to win the race someday.
“I just want to try and be the first woman,” Gravel told AP.
“I’m not sure that’s going to happen.
I think the world is going to end someday.”