Andy Jacques-Maynes hit by car while riding

Watsonville resident and pro cyclist Ben Jacques-Maynes, a UC Santa Cruz alum, won the Surf City Cyclocross Series finale at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds to take the overall elite title on Sunday.

Jacques-Maynes finished eight laps in 56 minutes, 23.5 seconds for the win. He was followed by Santa Cruz’s Tobin Ortenblad [56:49.5] and Cody Kaiser [57:41.5].

Jacques-Maynes twin brother Andy Jacques-Maynes did not compete after he was hit-and-run by a car during a pre-race ride. He suffered a broken clavicle and a broken scapula, according to Ben Jacques-Maynes’ Twitter feed.

Andy Jacques-Maynes said on Twitter — along with much profanity — that he will be in a sling with “no activity” orders for six weeks.

Ben Jacques-Maynes took the overall Surf City title with 160 points, 55 of those coming Sunday. Keith Hillier placed second [145] and Santa Cruz resident Aaron Bradford took third [143].

Ortenblad took 12th [107] after competing in only two of the three races, Kaiser took 23rd [50] after only competing in Sunday’s race, and Andy Jacques-Maynes took 13th [97] with points from the first two races.

Race details are from the Surf City Cyclocross website, which also has full results for all divisions.