Guven won the 11-lap race in 22mins 53.453secs. He was dominant in the event, taking the chequered flag with a significant 11.623 seconds gap ahead of JB Simmenauer.
Van Kuijk completed the overall podium 16.490s back, while also taking the win in the Pro-Am class. Guven and Simmenauer were both competing in the Pro category.
Team Bahrain drivers Shaikh Ali bin Mohammed Al Khalifa and Shaikh Jaber bin Ali Al Khalifa were classified eighth and 11th, respectively, while BIC Chief Executive Shaikh Salman bin Isa Al Khalifa was once again the winner in the Middle East category.
Taking first place amongst the Am class runners was Maximilan Werndl in 10th overall, and Markus Sattler claimed the win amongst the Central Europe participants.
The sprint was a memorial race dedicated to the late Walter Lechner. Guven took home a special helmet trophy commemorating the event.