A Donegal cyclist has won the gruelling Donegal Atlantic Way Ultra Challenge cycle race.
In fact it was a first, second and third for Donegal in the testing race.
Ronan McLaughlin completed the race in a total time of 19 hours ad 45 minutes, a race that went through the night.
Cyclists were understandably shattered after a race which covered a staggering 55kms.
Letterkenny man Jason Black claimed second place overall after a brilliant battle with Joe Bar.
Donegal man Barr claimed third place in the race in a time of 20 hours and 54 minutes, just a minute behind Black.
The provisional results are:
1st 2-Team; #16 AAA Time 17hrs 44mins
1st 4-Team; #18 Carn Men 18hrs 04mins
1st Solo; Ronan Mc Laughlin 19hrs, 45mins 48sec
2nd 4-Team; Tir Chonaill GAP Cycling Club Men 20hrs 01min
Tir Chonaill GAP mixed 20hrs 19mins 10 sec
3rd Solo; Joe Barr 20hrs 54min 28sec
#19 Team Donegal Oil 20hrs 37min 50sec
2nd Solo; #15 Jason Black 20hrs 53min 13sec
#22 Boyd Robinson Team 20hrs 47mins
#17 JP & GG Team 21hrs 52mins 13sec