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The races are over and all riders have been accounted for and the numbers are impressive.  As previously reported, Freddy Ovett (Australia) and Kathrin Fuhrer (Switzerland) are officially named the Wahoo Overall Classification Winners.


The Zwift Games has been an incredible success and according to Zwift was “record breaking in its delivery of community racing.”  To put it in context there were:

  • Over 80,000 people who participated in the Games
  • With Zwifters completing over 215,000 races.
  • Records were broken in terms of field sizes with almost 50 races attracting more than 1000 starters.
  • An average race attendance of over 250.
  • Riders from 35 nations represented.
  • 8 champions crowned across the three disciplines and Wahoo Overall Classification.
  • Supported by three world class partners, adidas and Oakley and Wahoo.

Final standings

Freddy Ovett (Australia) and Kathrin Fuhrer (Switzerland) have been crowned the Wahoo Overall Zwift Games Champions.

In second place was Gabriela Guerra (Brazil) in the women’s event, and Lennart Jasch (Germany) in the men’s.

Rounding out the podium in third place for the women was Lou Bates (Great Britain) and Thom Thrall (Canada) for the men.

The different category winners were as follows:

Sprint Championship


1st – Michal Kamiński (Poland)
2nd – Vidar Mehl (Norway)
3rd – Teppo Laurio (Finland)


1st – Kathrin Fuhrer (Switzerland)
2nd – Liz Van Houweling (USA)
3rd – Mika Söderström (Sweden)

Epic Championship


1st – Neal Fryett (USA)
2nd – Lennert Teugels (Belgium)
3rd – Ollie Jones (New Zealand)


1st – Kathrin Fuhrer (Switzerland)
2nd – Gabriela Guerra (Brazil)
3rd – Lou Bates (Great Britain)

Climb Championship


1st – Freddy Ovett (Australia)
2nd – Lennart Teugels (Belgium)
3rd – Thomas Perren (Great Britain)


1st – Illi Gardner (Great Britain)
2nd– Emma Belforth (Sweden)
3rd – Gabriella Guerra (Brazil)


Zwift has noted that “the winners of each stage took home $7,000 and won the gold Concept Z1 bike in game.”

Summing up

The events certainly had it all, including new routes for riders to race.  Races were competitive and fun and was hosted at a time when people were at peak fitness.  It’s no surprise to see that Zwift have confirmed that “the Zwift Games is set to become an annual fixture” – so something to look forward to for next year!