For a full report and list of results, visit our 2016 British cyclo-cross national championships report page.
Torrential rain in the weeks leading up to the race in Shrewsbury Sports Village saw the course turn into a quagmire.
Several of the course's corners were rendered extremely slippery, and riders were forced to dismount and hold on to fence posts to prevent slipping over.
Muddy faces were everywhere on the finish line.
Veteran (40-49) winner Nick Craig had some remnants of Shrewsbury on his shoes
You can't take part in cyclo-cross without expecting mud. No Tour de France-style quick wash down before the podium here
Over-50s winner and former pro Tim Gould tackles the steps
Heavy rain meant that the course turned into a muddy challenge.
Liam Killeen claimed his maiden British cyclo-cross title in Shrewsbury on Sunday, overhauling defending champion Ian Field over the muddy course.
Defending women's champion Helen Wyman finished the race in second behind Nikki Harris.
Nikki Harris wins, British cyclocross national championships 2016
Liam Killeen and Ian Field, British cyclo-cross national championships 2016