TT Results – 21 June

1 Mark Roberts 00:22:19
2 Tim Phillips 00:23:20
3 Andrew Knowles 00:23:28
4 Paul Schofield 00:23:40
5 Michael Hoy 00:24:06
6 Tony Egbe 00:24:45
7 Phil Oxborough 00:24:48
8 Ken Rolland 00:24:58
9 Daniel Rigby 00:25:01
10 Wendy Gooding 00:25:29
11 Fran Rizzuti 00:25:50
12 Nathan Gibson 00:26:07
13 Wayne Langley 00:27:02
14 Alistair Redmond 00:27:09
15 Alexander Littlewood 00:27:43
16 Holly Hoy 00:29:15
17 Cameron Walker 00:29:24
18 Lilly O’Dell 00:29:47
19 Steve Purser 00:30:30
20 Chris Penney 00:31:34
21 Sapphire Curtis 00:33:07
22 Ryan O’Dell 00:33:10
23 Ben Miller 00:36:34

Mud, Sweat and Gears Round 5

The St Ives CC team braved the baking heat and raced in the 5th round of the Mud Sweat and Gears MTB league at the Phoenix Bike Park in Kentford in Suffolk.

The juniors claimed 4 podiums today. Sam Trotter had another impressive race coming 2nd in the Youth Male category. Ralf Falkner came joint 2nd in the U12 Boys race after a sprint finish, Orla Kenna came 2nd in the U12 Girls category and Sapphire Curtis came 3rd in the Juvenile Female race. Ruby O’Dell came 7th in the U9 Girls race and Max Falkner came 7th in the Juvenile Male race.

Jack Taylor showed great form coming 6th in the Sport Male category. Leo Falkner had an impressive race in the Open Male category coming 4th in a race of 83 entrants. Ian Megginson came 13th and Mick Curtis 60th in the Open Male race.

TT Results – 14 June

Results:

1 – James Tucker 20.30
2 – Andrew Knowles 23.34
3 – Paul Schofield 23.42
4 – Mike Hoy 24.18
5 – Nick Hall 24.33
6 – Sean Purser 24.43
7 – Phil Oxborough 24.51
8 – Ken Rolland 25.17
9 – Wendy Gooding 25.20
10 – Nick Roberts 25.30
11 – Fran Rizzuti 25.34
12 – Angus Lawrence 25.56
13 – Nathan Gibson 26.41
14 – Martin Hall 26.41
15 – Tony Cork 26.47
16 – Ollie Maynard 26.54
17 – Becky Summerell 27.54
18 – Andrew Wilson 28.24
19 – Cameron Walker 29.25
20 – Lilly O’Dell 30.08
21 – 2UP Sapphire & Berenice Curtis 30.29
22 – Hannah Beaumont 30.56
23 – Lotti Knight 31.13
=24 – Ryan O’Dell 31.34
=24 – Terry Cooke 31.34
25 – Keelan Purser 35.12
DNF – Chris Penney
DNF – Alex Littlewood

TT Results – 7 June

1- Tim Phillips 23.25
2 – Andrew Knowles 24.00
3 – Phil Oxborough 24.36
4 – Mike Hoy 24.50
5 – Ken Rolland 25.24
6 – Sean Purser 25.36
7 – Wendy Gooding 25.41
8 – Nathan Gibson 26.09
9 – Angus Lawrence 26.20
10 – Nick Roberts 26.29
11 – Daniel Rigby 26.52
12 – Tony Cork 27.01
13 – Jess Williams 27.47
14 – Ollie Maynard 28.30
15 – Alex Littlewood 28.37
16 – Sapphire Curtis 32.32
17 – Keelan Purser 35.33
18 – Ben Millar 38.04

Success at the Tour of Cambridgeshire Festival

The Cambridgeshire Gran Fondo Sportive is a UCI World Championships Grand Fondo Qualifier that covers 79.3 miles of closed roads across Cambridgeshire and has 8,000 entrants. The club had 9 riders that have qualified to race for GB in the World Championships in France in September. Roland Ward came 5th in the 50-54 Male age group. Jess Williams came 9th in the 19-34 female age group, Alison Booth came 17th in the 55-59 female age group, Sarah Kelman came 23rd in the 45-49 female age group and Ann Knights came 31st in the 50-54 female age group. Richard Neil came 12th in the 60-64 male age group, Brain Stacey came 26th in the 35-39 male age group, Terry Jones came 61st in the 50-54 male age group and Phil Oxborough came 97th in the 55-59 Male age group.  Neil Elliott came 55th in the 60-64 male age group. He smashed his PB by 30 minutes but narrowly missed out on qualifying by just one place and only 3 seconds.

Tony Cork was the only member of the club to qualify for the UCI Gran Fondo World Championships in the Tour of Cambridgeshire Chrono Individual Time Trial. Tony came 4th in the 70+ male category.  The Chrono is a fully produced, mass participation, time trial run over a sporting circuit of 16.5 miles on fully closed roads. This race had 850 entrants. Jess Williams came 8th in the 19-34 female category and Mike Hoy came 46th in the 45-49 male category.

The club had more success in the Tour Classic event. This is a 56 mile timed ride for cyclists on Pre 1987 bikes.  Tim Philips took 3rd place on the podium .