REBECCA Wiasak has completed the rare 'triple crown' of the Bathurst Cycling Classic weekend after taking out Sunday's Blayney to Bathurst.
Wiasak was the first woman home in the 110 kilometre long course event, completing the course in three hours, one minute and 21 seconds.
In doing so Wiasak added to her division one criterium and hill climb victories from Saturday.
Georgia Whitehouse, who Wiasak beat in a sprint finish to the criterium victory, was 50 seconds behind for the silver medal while Bathurst's Jodie Martin was just a further two seconds away in third.
All three of the overall podium finishers also won their respective age divisions.
Sunday's main event was the first time current Australian criterium champion Wiasak had attended the Blayney to Bathurst since 2011, and she was thrilled to be back.
"It was a good, strong women's bunch today and it just split up over the climb," Wiasak said.
"It actually got a little bit dodgy and I moved to the back to decide if wanted to continue or pull the pin. It was raining quite heavily and it became quite a huge group when the 15-minute bunch behind us caught up.
"That was nice though because towards the end were take turns with them and hold off the chasers."
No breakaway formed from the women's bunch and it led to a large group when the men's wave behind them tagged on.
On Rockley Mount Wiasak took the opportunity to join a breakaway group without any other women's riders, and it paid off.
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After claiming the Queen of the Mountain title, for being first over the ascent, the Canberra rider powered down towards Perthville and went on with the job.
"I had about six really strong guys who were keen to stay away. A little group came and caught us on the downhill and were chopping off turns really well," Wiasak said.
"With five to six kilometres to go I knew I had to keep it going, especially because Georgie was nearly with me at the top of the climb and I knew they would be chasing as well."