Another win for Natalie Creswick in the 4th round of the Women's Team Series on Sunday.
Also well done Alex for finishing 15th and to Holly for her first ever road race.
1. Natalie Creswick Twickenham CC 2hrs 12mins 1sec
2. Melissa Mather Mischief Card.com at 1 second
3. Rachel Osbourne Max Gear RT same
14. Alex Tyrer Twickenham CC
21. Holly Sear Twickenham CC
23. Wiesia Kuczaj Twickenham
Twickenham finished 3rd overall so hopefully that will have pushed us up a spot on the overall rankings.
1. Max Gear RT 360 + 16 = 376
2. Mischief Card.com 289 + 3 = 292
3. Twickenham CC 257 + 0 = 257
On a sadder note, there was a pretty nasty crash only 10k from the start. Sol was caught up in this and has unfortunately broken her collar bone. She had to spend the whole of the day in casualty until we all had finished race and could come and collect her. Wishing you a speedy recovery Sol!
A report written by John Miles can be read here.
Sandy King claimed 7th place in the latest round of the National Junior RR Series on Sunday.
Provisional calculations show Sandy still holding 2nd place overall in the series - with 2 rounds remaining - though only 30 points cover the top 5 riders.
1. Joshua Edmondson, Glendene CC
2. Tim Kennaugh, Isle of Man
3. David Nichols Glendene CC
4. Joe Perrett, Glendene CC
5. Simon Yates, Maxgear
6. Connor Dunne, Hemel Hempstead
7. Sandy King, Twickenham CC
8. Matthew Gee, BC West Midlands
9. Matt Bailey, BC West Midlands
10. Perry Bowater, BC West Midlands
A report can be read on the British Cycling website.
Congratulations to associate member Andy Betts - now riding for Sigma Sport - for becoming the 2009 London RR Champ.
Results from the 3rd Cats Race on Sunday:-
Gavin Mitchell - 19th
Vaughn Moseley - 56th
Dave Peck contested the 3/4 race at Stratford. Results not available yet...........
Well done to Darren Paice, who collected his 3rd Cat license after a great 3rd spot at Hillingdon on Tuesday. Wiesia Kuczaj was stuck behind one of the customary crashes that occur most Tuesdays.
Well Done also to Steve Home, who took 10th spot in the E/1/2/3 affair, with Damon Yates finishing safely in the pack.
Thanks to Darren for writing another report, which can be read here.
Monday Evening's points totals as follows :-
National: 51st - 350 points (n.b. does not includes this w/ends tally)
Region: Central - 5th 90 points
Results from last Monday at Reading:-
1 - I. Greenstreet 5:20:26
2 - N. English
3 - S. Legg
6 - David Jack - 5:40:41
8 - Gavin Mitchell - 5:53:63
Friday saw a social group of Des, Briand, Denise, Rob Bell, Tim, Warren, & Kevin Bird make an early start & ride the 117 miles down to Poole Harbour. Having faced a nagging headwind for large portions of the route, legs were stretched, tales were told, Fish & Chips were consumed, and - most importantly - BEER was drunk, before selected carriages were taken. All in all, a great day out.........
Don't forget to check out the Reports Archive for details of Ann Marshall's European Duathlon, BC West Thames Circuits, A report from Italy by Jason & Lisa, and lots of other stories.