Andy Crater of the AeroCat Cycling team won the men's pro race Sunday at the Tour de Grandview Cycling Classic.

Andy Crater of the AeroCat Cycling team won the men's pro race Sunday at the Tour de Grandview Cycling Classic.

Crater had finished second in last year's race.

This year's second place finisher in the men's pro race was Dan Campbell. Adam Leibowitz finished in third place.

Crater's AeroCat teammate Juan Pablo Dotti finished fifth in the pro race and took home the overall Ohio Triple Weekend title.

The title went to the cyclist who posted the best result over the three days of racing last weekend, which included the Madeira Centennial Criterium on June 25 and another Cincinnati-based event, the Hyde Park Blast, on June 26.

Other results from Sunday's races in Grandview included:
Juniors 1. Samuel Dobrozsi. 2. Jarrett Frauhiger. 3. Brian Lark. Men's Category 3 1. Wes Rhoads. 2. Peter Baughman. 3. Matt Bole. Men's Category 4 1. Brandon Gaunt. 2. Anthony Viton. 3. Ryan Preske. Men's Category 5 1. Trevor Miller. 2. Ben Lawrence. 3. Ben Meer. Women's Open and Categories 3-4 1. Jennifer Rasmusson. 2. Jane Evely. 3. Briana Kovac. "We had a really good day of racing and had a good turnout," race promoter Andys Burns said. "We really lucked out with the weather."

Although threatening skies and lightning in the distance caused a lot of concern, only a little rain fell during the pro race, he said.

"I think it actually worked out to make it a better race," Burns said.

That's because a strong wind, gusting at 30 MPH or more, lasted for several laps and made an already difficult course even harder, he said.

"It added an unexpected element to the race," Burns said.

The chore of fighting not only the steep hill on the course but the resistance caused by the wind proved too much for many of the cyclists, he said. Only about 25 cyclists were able to complete the pro race.

The wind did cause a concern that chairs or other debris could be blown into the path of the cyclists, Burns said. But after a while the wind died down, the clouds began to dissipate and the sun came out.