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The Banks DIH-sponsored Criterium, saw the champion cyclist taking an early lead in the final race of the day and completely dominating proceedings, capturing five prime point prizes in the process.
Gibbs, who is being sponsored by Federal Management Systems, had earlier won the four-lap event but had to settle for third in the Devil Takes The Hindmost.
Another top-notch rider, Tyrone Hamilton, who is being sponsored by Classical Developers, Contractors and Dream Works, placed second in the 30-lap race after winning the Devil Takes The Hindmost while youthful Gordon Kennedy was third.
The other prime prizes in the feature event were shared among Hamilton who claimed two while there was one each for Kennedy, Gerald Fowler and Phillip Piggott.
Hamilton also finished second to Gibbs in the Category One and Two four-lap event with Jude Bently taking the third spot.
Other good performances were recorded by Jorge Emmerson who won both the four-lap and six-lap races for junior riders while Travis Cipriani completed a similar feat in the juveniles category.
Marlon Morrison won the Category Three four-lap race from Ian Jackson and Junior Niles who were second and third respectively. The Category Four race, which was run simultaneously, went to Gerald Fowler with Lloyd Chichester occupying the second.
Linden Blackman won the veterans and Under-45 four laps races while Johnattan Creavalle won the over-45 four lap.
John Hamilton captured both the three and four laps races for upright wheelers.
The BMX boys seven-nine years old 300 metres sprint went to Romario Bhagwandin who also carted off the one-lap race.
Albert Philander was victorious in the 12-14 years two-lap event while the four laps for novices saw Deon Spencer taking top honours.