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  • 18 Aug 2019 21:23 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Illness played it's part in ensuring that the destination of the Decathlon Evening 10 Series by Wrekinsport was not decided as expected in Round 14 as Series leader Rich Smith took his lowest points tally of the season. Suffering from a bug Smith was well off his best, finishing 8th overall in 24 minutes 41 seconds, gaining himself just two points, his lowest tally of the Series. This sets up a straight head-to-head between Smith and prime challenger Tomos Hales for Series Gold, with Smith taking a five point lead into that final round.

    Hales meanwhile narrowed the gap to the top of the standings thanks to placing third overall and second club rider in 23:37, 13 seconds behind Rob Jackson who sealed the Bronze medal on the strength of his ride. Neither however had an answer for the form of VC St Raphael's Alex Leek who customarily gets stronger as the season progresses. Leek took the overall win in a fine time of 22:46 ahead of a field of 19 with the event taking place in a clear window of weather on a day otherwise blighted by heavy downpours.

    Despite no riders in competition in the Road Bike Series Mio Kontic sealed the Silver medal after now being unable to be caught. The destination of the Bronze medal is far from settled however with any one of four riders able to win it in the final round: Steve Smith, Andy Loveland, Bethan Till and Bruce Gregory. Till was riding her time trial bike and won the Women's competition from Victoria Doran with another personal best - 27:17, knocking 20 seconds off the benchmark she set in Round 12.

    Decathlon Evening 10 Series by Wrekinsport: Top 10 after fourteen rounds

    Pos'n

    Name

    Total Points

    1

    Rich Smith

    60

    2

    Tomos Hales

    55

    3

    Rob Jackson

    47

    4

    Allan Henderson

    38

    5

    Chris Halford

    36

    6

    Dave Moore

    17

    7

    Pete Mulloy

    14

    =8

    Oliver Rodwell

    12

    =8

    Richard Howes

    12

    =8

    Ron Perks

    12


    Road Bike Series after fourteen rounds

    Pos'n

    Name

    Total Points

    1

    Dave Moore

    42

    2

    Mio Kontic

    23

    3

    Steve Smith

    15

    4

    Andy Loveland

    11

    =5

    Bethan Till

    10

    =5

    Bruce Gregory

    10

    7

    Jack Inglis

    8

    8

    Rob Bainbridge

    3

    T

    he 15th and final round of the Decathlon Evening 10 Series by Wrekinsport takes place on Wednesday, 21st August with an earlier

    6:30pm start due to available light. All welcome at The Woolpack, Shawbirch.


  • 14 Aug 2019 21:12 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    No Road Bikes in competition

    Pos'n Name Club Time No.
    1 Alex Leek VC St Raphael 22:46 18
    2 Rob Jackson Wrekinsport CC 23:24 11
    3 Tomos Hales Wrekinsport CC 23:37 10
    4 Fraser MacKinnon Loch Leven Cycles RT 23:56 19
    5 Allan Henderson Wrekinsport CC 24:13 8
    6 William Pearson Nova Raiders 24:30 14
    7 Adam Mumford Wrekinsport CC 24:35 17
    8 Rich Smith Wrekinsport CC 24:41 7
    9 Mark Griffiths Wrekinsport CC 24:58 15
    10 Dave Moore Wrekinsport CC 25:01 2
    11 Martin Skehan Nova Raiders 25:18 9
    12 Richard Howes Wrekinsport CC 25:29 3
    13 Mike Bigwood Wrekinsport CC 26:00 5
    14 Pete Mulloy Wrekinsport CC 26:57 4
    15 Bethan Till Wrekinsport CC 27:17 16
    16 Nathan Hester Newport Shropshire CC 27:43 20
    17 Ashley Kirkham Black Country Triathletes 29:22 12
    18 Ron Perks Wrekinsport CC 32:31 6
    19 Victoria Doran SY Tri 34:50 13


  • 13 Aug 2019 22:51 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    It was a close call at the top of the standings in Round 13 of the Decathlon Evening 10 Series by Wrekinsport as the club's new Junior set another storming personal best and a fabulous field of 35 riders took their opportunity to race as the club season draws towards closure. Round 12's victor Tim Beardmore came up with the goods again as he took his third straight win in the Series thanks to a superb effort of 21 minutes 50 seconds. Beardmore coped best with a strong westerly wind that hampered progress on the hardest part of the course, the climb of Cotwall Bank. The Nova Raider pushed out Wrekinsport's Chris Halford by nine seconds, with these two riders beating the nearest challengers by over a minute.

     

    Meanwhile Rich Smith continues to pile on the pressure at the top of the Decathlon Series standings and with just two rounds left opened up an eight point lead over Tomos Hales. Smith took third spot on the night with is 23:02 just pushing Henri Bedford out by a single second and Hales out by 21 seconds. Smith will look to put the Series beyond doubt in Round 14, but if he doesn't he will face an anxious wait in the final round to see if Hales can overhaul his advantage as he will be defending his titles at the World Transplant Games in Newcastle.

     

    With Dave Moore choosing to ride his time trial bike after winning the Road Bike Series in Round 12 Bruce Gregory took the win in 28:19 to take the maximum six points on offer. Gregory beat the club's new Junior Jack Inglis by 38 seconds - not that Inglis was bothered after setting an excellent personal best of 28:57, knocking a huge 58 seconds off his Round 12 time which was also a PB.    


    Decathlon Evening 10 Series by Wrekinsport: Top 10 after thirteen rounds

    Pos'n

    Name

    Total Points

    1

    Rich Smith

    58

    2

    Tomos Hales

    50

    3

    Rob Jackson

    41

    4

    Chris Halford

    36

    5

    Allan Henderson

    34

    6

    Dave Moore

    16

    7

    Pete Mulloy

    13

    8

    Oliver Rodwell

    12

    =9

    Richard Howes

    11

    =9

    Ron Perks

    11


    Road Bike Series after thirteen rounds

    Pos'n

    Name

    Total Points

    1

    Dave Moore

    42

    2

    Mio Kontic

    23

    3

    Steve Smith

    15

    4

    Andy Loveland

    11

    =5

    Bethan Till

    10

    =5

    Bruce Gregory

    10

    7

    Jack Inglis

    8

    8

    Rob Bainbridge

    3


  • 8 Aug 2019 07:05 | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Pos'n Name Club Time No.
    1 Tim Beardmore Nova Raiders 21:50 17
    2 Chris Halford Wrekinsport CC 21:59 5
    3 Rich Smith Wrekinsport CC 23:02 10
    4 Henri Bedford Revolutions Racing 23:03 24
    5 Tomos Hales Wrekinsport CC 23:23 19
    6 Rob Jackson Wrekinsport CC 23:38 7
    7 Alex Leek VC St Raphael 23:46 27
    8 Oliver Rodwell Wrekinsport CC 24:05 14
    9 Allan Henderson Wrekinsport CC 24:10 9
    10 Fraser MacKinnon Loch Leven CRT 24:10 35
    11 Andy Hellowell Revolutions Racing 24:36 33
    12 Simon Toghill Wolverhampton Wheelers CC 24:53 34
    13 Ian Pollard Cotswold Veldrijden 25:10 6
    14 Dave Moore Wrekinsport CC 25:13 4
    15 Richard Howes Wrekinsport CC 25:58 3
    16 Dan Morris Halesowen A&CC 26:10 13
    17 Phil Roberts Decathlon 26:11 22
    18 Mike Bigwood Wrekinsport CC 26:12 20
    19 Vince Evans Wrekinsport CC 26:37 23
    20 Pete Mulloy Wrekinsport CC 27:09 15
    21 Elliott Wills Decathlon 27:10 21
    22 Bob Elliott Wrekinsport CC 27:33 16
    23 Bruce Gregory Wrekinsport CC 28:19 11
    24 Jack Inglis Wrekinsport CC 28:57 32
    25 Steve Lloyd Wrekinsport CC 29:38 12
    26 Ashley Kirkham Unattached 29:51 29
    27 Gary Townsend Unattached 29:57 26
    28 Mio Kontic Wrekinsport CC 30:34 28
    29 Henry Fleming Wrekinsport CC 30:38 30
    30 Derek Fleming Wrekinsport CC 31:00 31
    31 John Rowlands Wrekinsport CC 31:33 8
    32 Jon Longdon Unattached 31:35 2
    33 Ron Perks Wrekinsport CC 32:20 18
    34 Victoria Doran SY Tri 34:08 25
    35 Ellie Huxley Unattached 34:47 1


  • 6 Aug 2019 22:27 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Personal bests were beaten and a Gold medal settled in Round 12 of the Decathlon Evening 10 Series by Wrekinsport as a visiting rider took the win. Nova Raiders' Tim Beardmore put in a dominant ride, beating the nearest opposition by over a minute in a fine field of 23 riders. Beardmore stopped the watch on 22 minutes 17 seconds as he continues his late season come back after being out injured for the start of it.

    Beardmore's nearest challenge came from Decathlon Series leader Rich Smith, who stretched his lead at the top of the Series after pushing out the rider in second place in the standings by 13 seconds. Smith put the benefits of a training camp on Majorca to good use to finish in 23:21 despite the attentions of Tomos Hales, with Hales beating third placed Rob Jackson by exactly the same 13 second margin. These three riders are pulling away at the top of the Series and look a shoo-in for the medals if they maintain the pressure over the final three rounds.

    The Gold medal was clinched in the Road Bike Series as Wrekinsport Chairman Dave Moore was left pondering how to address the difficult task of presenting the trophy to himself at the club's annual dinner. Moore has turned out for this Series on a motley collection of classic bikes but each time he has competed has still managed to take the maximum six points available every time. Here he rode to victory in an impressive 26:44 despite Bethan Till posting a fine personal best 27:37 to take the runner-up spot.

    Till wasn't the only one to record a personal best as both of the club's Junior riders performed just that feat. Newly signed Jack Inglis beat the benchmark 20mph barrier by just five seconds in 29:55, whilst Henry Fleming was delighted with his 30:34 as he continues to get used to his new dedicated TT bike.

    Decathlon Evening 10 Series by Wrekinsport: Top 10 after twelve rounds

    Pos'n

    Name

    Total Points

    1

    Rich Smith

    53

    2

    Tomos Hales

    46

    3

    Rob Jackson

    38

    4

    Allan Henderson

    33

    5

    Chris Halford

    30

    6

    Dave Moore

    15

    7

    Pete Mulloy

    12

    =8

    Oliver Rodwell

    10

    =8

    Richard Howes

    10

    =8

    Ron Perks

    10


    Road Bike Series after twelve rounds

    Pos'n

    Name

    Total Points

    1

    Dave Moore

    42

    2

    Mio Kontic

    19

    3

    Steve Smith

    15

    4

    Andy Loveland

    11

    5

    Bethan Till

    10

    6

    Bruce Gregory

    4

    =7

    Rob Bainbridge

    3

    =7

    Jack Inglis

    3


  • 2 Aug 2019 15:23 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    First-time entrants to the 2019 Coaching Revolutions 2-Up Series snaffled the first two places in Round 7 with the destinations of both pairs of Gold medals that were undecided pre-race settled on the night. Red hot weather saw a big turnout for Wrekinsport CC's 10 as 22 teams took the line to test themselves and each other against the clock. Taking the win Chris Halford and Rich Smith had come close to beating 22 minutes in the same event in 2018, but wanted to go better. They certainly did that, taking the win in 21 minutes 41 seconds to beat the nearest opposition by an impressive 34 seconds. Halford revealed that was their aim pre-race and he knew just the level of power they would need to output to meet their target, though he wasn't on the best of nights: "We wanted to get a '21' after being so close last year. Big kudos to Richard as I wasn't on the best night".

    Smith wasn't so sure his team mate was suffering in the heat and was delighted both to knock 26 seconds off their 2018 benchmark as well as hanging on for dear life as Halford ramped up the power. Smith paid tribute to Halford in his post-race comments but knew that a much-vaunted weight loss was instrumental in their improvement: "Chris and I managed 22:07 last year. It inspired me to believe I could get a bit faster if I listened to my own training advice and shed some timber! 21:41 this year. An absolute pleasure to ride with (well, mostly behind) Chris"!

    A first-time pairing took runner-up spot by a solitary second as Revolutions Racing's Henri Bedford got his first experience of the format thanks to a promise made months earlier. Bedford has improved tremendously during 2019 and took an offer to team up with fast man Dan Watts as a spur. Bedford and Watts were clearly testing each other out as they passed the finish line the first time through and that desire to push on saw them finish in 22:15, just a second ahead of Series leaders Ed Middleton and Nick Long. Bedford enjoyed his first taste of a 2-Up and judging by the beaming smile post-race was clearly looking forward to another go. He stated: "The inaugural 2-Up for me so I didn’t know how it would turn out with the combination of my TT bike and Dan on a road bike after a heavy pre-race session for him. We had no real strategy before the start but we managed to work something out along the way. I enjoyed the experience, and am keen to develop and I will be back for more. Thank you to everyone, and especially Dan for the opportunity - what a way to celebrate the last day of term"!

    Watts was ruing that heavy pre-race session and made life hard for himself by racing on his road bike but was impressed by the passion of his young race partner, adding: "2-Ups are always hard races, especially when one person is on a TT bike and the other a road bike. Henri pulled some pretty big turns into the wind to keep us moving well, and as a result we were pretty pleased with our time considering it’s our first race together. We’ve both agreed to come back for more in the future, although I'll probably ride my TT bike next time so that Henri doesn’t give me a kicking again"!

    Regardless of being pushed into third spot on the night Ed Middleton and Nick Long did enough to seal Coaching Revolutions 2-Up Gold with the 16 points they added to their tally - despite a strange encounter of the bovine kind which was instrumental in them losing that second to Bedford and Watts, as Long explained: "One of my favourite courses, but always strong competition, and we knew Chris Halford and Rich Smith would be extremely difficult to beat. Still, getting within a second of second place was a good result. We were flying until split up by cows on the road, and the long drag back into Shawbirch is always slower than expected, so room for improvement next year! Great to see so many other riders out enjoying the event, it's what the 2-Up series is all about".

    Despite that hold-up 2018's Silver medalists were however delighted to go one better this year, with Middleton finally recapturing a Trophy he last held in 2015 when partnered with Scott Harris. Like Long he knew he had been in a race, stating: "Thanks to Wrekinsport for putting on a fun round, and well done to the winning Wrekinsport team for putting down a rapid time. It’s always tough racing back to back, but we enjoyed it. Great to have the Gold confirmed, it’s been a pleasure racing with Nick who has been getting faster throughout the season. Thanks to everyone who has been involved in putting on the Series".

    Middleton and Long weren't the only ones to improve from the Silver medals they won in 2018 as Sarah Grant and Alison Dockney sealed Women's Series Gold with the maximum 100 points possible in this Best 5 from 9 Series. The pair set yet another Course personal best in a season littered with them, stopping the watch on 24:47 despite Grant having to race on her road bike, as Dockney explained: "A mechanical mishap led to Sarah having to race on her road bike, but given how tired my legs were this was probably a good thing, meaning we were pretty closely matched with me in full TT mode. I'm pleased to have achieved a Course PB given the circumstances, and it was fantastic to see so many riders out on a lovely evening for racing. I feel very proud to have secured the Women's 2-Up Series win, it's been a fantastic Series for us so far with successive course PB's and we've worked really well together as a team. As always, a huge thank-you to all involved with organising and hosting these events, and to all of the competitors for creating such a fun and friendly atmosphere".

    Grant meanwhile was over the moon at taking Gold and paid tribute to her racing partner as both have pushed each other to greater heights: "I'm super proud of our partnership in the 2-Up Series these last two years and absolutely thrilled to be the winners this year! Another great race for us. Thanks so much to Aly for her hard work, and to all the SCCA and everyone who makes the racing happen".

    Meanwhile the Mixed Team Gold medalists had had 24 hours to get accustomed to winning their titles but were in no mood to rest on their laurels with six Mixed Teams in competition. Emma Serjeant and Mark Hill took the win in 23:44 and by 23 seconds from Deb and Bernard Hutson-Lumb despite tired legs and again reached the 100 point possible maximum thanks to that win. Serjeant revealed she struggled due to the déjà vu evoked by taking the start line so closely after a hard effort at Ludlow, stating: "I’m not sure if it was the heat or just tired legs from Ludlow the night before but I blew up just before the first roundabout! The next  six miles were just a blur of trying to stay on Mark’s wheel and do a bit on the front. In the circumstances I'm very pleased with our time, and full credit to Mark for pulling us to the finish". Hill made sure he was prepared to go again for the second evening in a row after carefully carbo-loading pre-race: "Two gels at the start gave me the push I needed on another hot evening. A fast start and first turn left at the crossroads was tough up the hill. We regained a tight pair from halfway and pushed ourselves to the line. Thanks to Emma again for another 2-Up".


  • 31 Jul 2019 20:59 | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Pos'n Name Club Time No.
    1 Tim Beardmore Nova Raiders 22:17 16
    2 Rich Smith Wrekinsport CC 23:21 1
    3 Tomos Hales Wrekinsport CC 23:34 9
    4 Rob Jackson Wrekinsport CC 23:47 2
    5 Nick Price Shropshire Cycling Clubs Association 24:13 4
    6 Allan Henderson Wrekinsport CC 24:17 8
    7 Simon Toghill Wolverhampton Wheelers CC 24:41 22
    8 Richard Howes Wrekinsport CC 25:20 3
    9 Phil Roberts Decathlon 26:00 18
    10 Mike Bigwood Wrekinsport CC 26:42 11
    11 Dave Moore Wrekinsport CC 26:44 15
    12 Elliott Wills Decathlon 27:09 17
    13 Pete Mulloy Wrekinsport CC 27:11 5
    14 Chris Marrs Mid Shropshire Wheelers 27:14 12
    15 Bethan Till Wrekinsport CC 27:37 13
    15 Dave Poulter Wrekinsport CC 27:37 10
    17 Steve Elcocks Revolutions Racing 28:30 23
    18 Bruce Gregory Wrekinsport CC 28:31 6
    19 Ashley Kirkham Black Country Triathletes 28:35 19
    20 Jack Inglis Wrekinsport CC 29:55 7
    21 Henry Fleming Wrekinsport CC 30:34 20
    22 Oli Pickering Unattached 31:56 14
    23 Victoria Doran SY Tri 33:58 21


  • 24 Jul 2019 21:36 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Full:

    Pos'n Names Club(s) Time Points
    1 Chris Halford & Richard Smith Wrekinsport CC 21:41 20
    2 Henri Bedford & Dan Watts Revolutions Racing & SCCA Private Member 22:15 18
    3 Nick Long & Ed Middleton Nova Raiders 22:16 16
    4 Rob Jackson & Andy Hellowell Wrekinsport CC & Revolutions Racing 22:40 14
    5 Alex Leek & Fraser MacKinnon SCCA Private Members 22:44 12
    6 Allan Henderson & Tomos Hales Wrekinsport CC 23:02 10
    7 Emma Serjeant & Mark Hill Hafren CC 23:44 8
    8 Deb Hutson-Lumb & Bernard Hutson-Lumb Nova Raiders 24:07 6
    9 Helen Inglis & Jack Inglis Wrekinsport CC 24:27 4
    10 Alison Dockney & Sarah Grant SCCA Private Members 24:47 2
    11 Louise Hurdley & Simon Toghill Hafren CC & Wolverhampton Wheelers CC 25:15  
    12 Mick Tomkinson & Martin Roberts Newport Shropshire CC 25:19 2
    13 Dave Moore & Karen Summers Wrekinsport CC & Unattached 25:24  
    14 Jason Davis & Daniel Donnelly Paramount CRT 25:48 2
    15 Pete Mulloy & Bob Elliott Wrekinsport CC 26:42 2
    16 Richard Goddard & Mark Stocks Newport Shropshire CC 26:46 2
    17 Alan Sims & Matt McCann Newport Shropshire CC 27:12 2
    18 Alan Price & Tim Evans Newport Shropshire CC 27:28 2
    19 Alex Capstick & Steve Grice Newport Shropshire CC 27:41 2
    20 Bethan Till & Oli Pickering Wrekinsport CC & Unattached 28:29  
    21 Mio Kontic & Charlie Price Wrekinsport CC & Mid Shropshire Wheelers 30:42 2
    22 Derek Fleming & Henry Fleming Wrekinsport CC 30:54 2


    Mixed Team:

    Mixed Pos'n Names Club(s) Time Mixed Points
    1 Emma Serjeant & Mark Hill Hafren CC 23:44 20
    2 Deb Hutson-Lumb & Bernard Hutson-Lumb Nova Raiders 24:07 18
    3 Helen Inglis & Jack Inglis Wrekinsport CC 24:27 16
    4 Louise Hurdley & Simon Toghill Hafren CC & Wolverhampton Wheelers CC 25:15  
    5 Dave Moore & Karen Summers Wrekinsport CC & Unattached 25:24  
    6 Bethan Till & Oli Pickering Wrekinsport CC & Unattached 28:29  


    Women's Team:

    Women's Pos'n Names Club(s) Time Women's Points
    1 Alison Dockney & Sarah Grant SCCA Private Members 24:47 20


    Private Solo Trials:

    Pos'n Name Club Time
    1 Dean Callister Nova Raiders 21:57
    2 Tim Beardmore Nova Raiders 22:03
    3 Phil Roberts Unattached 25:50
    4 Dan Braddock Newport Shropshire CC 29:05


  • 24 Jul 2019 14:33 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Wrekinsport CC Gordon Davis 20.7

    Chris Halford opened up a lead at the top of the SB Sports Injuries Series and took over the lead of the SB Veterans Series after a terrific win in his own club's Gordon Davis event. Scheduled to take place over 19 miles and two laps of the usual Wrekinsport club course, a late change to two laps and 20.7 miles of The Tiddly circuit due to ongoing road works at Long Lane saw Halford take a 48 second win on Actual from Nova Raiders' Tim Beardmore with a fine effort of 46 minutes 4 seconds and by the same margin on Veteran's Standard with +9:34.

    Halford already had a 24 second advantage at the end of the first lap and eventually doubled it in the still conditions that made this little-known course a popular choice post-race, with some fast times recorded. Those conditions had been pre-empted by a significant amount of rain which bighted signing on but which critically calmed the wind right down. Halford stated: "Thanks to the helpers standing out in the rain. It was great to win a Wrekinsport event, although I will be glad to be back onto the shorter events".

    Beardmore is on the comeback trail after his early season was written off with injury but is already back on form even after a short return, stopping the watch on 46:52 Actual and +8:46 Veteran's Standard to take the runner-up spot in both competitions. He enjoyed the course change which features slight drags and no significant climbing which suited his powerful style. He commented: "I'm only just getting back in racing this season having been off the bike for three months, so I was very happy with my time and result. Thankfully the rain held off and conditions were good. Thanks to everyone at Wrekinsport for making it happen".

    Fresh from a 10-day Majorcan training camp Rich Smith put that fitness work to good advantage, helping himself to third spot both on Actual and on Standard in 48:22 and +8:03 respectively. The Wrekinsport rider moved into Overall Top 10 standings on the strength of his ride and enjoyed the belated course change, commenting: "I'm happy to have a decent ride after 10 days away from racing. Strong rides from Chris and Tim on what turned out to be a fast night after the rain had cleared. Great fun"! Smith also took the Bronze medal in Wrekinsport's Gordon Davis Handicap with an adjusted 44:52, making for an excellent evening.

    In the Women's SB Championship Alison Dockney made up a little lost ground on Women's Series leader Louise Hurdley after beating the Hafren CC rider by 2:09 with a fine effort of 54:13. Dockney got the better of the second lap after the two passed the 10 mile point at the end of lap one just 41 seconds apart and was initially reluctant to compete given the rain lashing down at sign on. However she relented and was glad she did so in retrospect: "Yet another evening where I questioned my sanity as I arrived to sign on in the pouring rain! I was strongly tempted to drive straight home again, but glad to have raced in the end as the weather did brighten up. Another last-minute course change due to road works very well managed by Wrekinsport and what a fantastic course! I can't wait to have a go full gas on that one as a 10. Thanks all for marshalling and timekeeping in nasty conditions and well done to the other riders - some really great results and good camaraderie as always".

    Taking the Wrekinsport Gordon Davis Trophy wasn't on Pete Mulloy's radar but he did so by 17 seconds from Bruce Gregory in an adjusted 43:23. Instrumental in that victory was a skirmish with two other riders, as Mulloy explained: "I was very surprised to win the Gordon Davis Handicap Trophy. I had a fairly good first lap for me, and a PB on the second lap probably due to a big battle with Dave Moore and Mark Stocks where we changed position several times from the Hodnet island to the end. Thank you for all volunteers, time keepers and marshals for turning out on  very wet night". Gregory took Silver in an adjusted 43:40, and added: "Obviously I'm very pleased with the result and really enjoyed it. My first time trial this year, I'm hoping to do more now but need to invest in some tri bars"!


  • 17 Jul 2019 21:49 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Transferred to two laps of The Tiddly circuit due to continuing road works.

    Full:

    Pos'n Name Club Cat 10 mile time Time
    1 Chris Halford Wrekinsport CC V 22:18 46:04
    2 Tim Beardmore Nova Raiders V 22:42 46:52
    3 Rich Smith Wrekinsport CC V 23:26 48:22
    4 Rob Jackson Wrekinsport CC V 24:03 49:38
    5 Simon Toghill Wolverhampton Wheelers CC V 25:03 51:32
    6 Dave Moore Wrekinsport CC V 25:56 53:18
    7 Alison Dockney SCCA Private Member W 26:13 54:13
    8 Mark Stocks Newport Shropshire CC V 26:27 54:22
    9 Pete Mulloy Wrekinsport CC V 26:56 55:23
    10 Elliott Wills Unattached S 27:17 56:13
    11 Louise Hurdley Hafren CC WV 26:54 56:22
    12 Phil Roberts Unattached S 27:16 56:34
    13 Bruce Gregory Wrekinsport CC V 27:52 57:40
    14 Dave Poulter Wrekinsport CC V 28:19 58:40
    15 Victoria Doran SY Tri 33:30 1:10:38
      Ellie Huxley Unattached WJ 35:53 DNF


    Veteran's:

    Vets Pos'n Name Club Cat Vet +/-
    1 Chris Halford Wrekinsport CC V +9:34
    2 Tim Beardmore Nova Raiders V +8:46
    3 Rich Smith Wrekinsport CC V +8:03
    4 Rob Jackson Wrekinsport CC V +7:18
    5 Simon Toghill Wolverhampton Wheelers CC V +5:34
    6 Dave Moore Wrekinsport CC V +3:38
    7 Pete Mulloy Wrekinsport CC V +2:44
    8 Louise Hurdley Hafren CC WV +2:40
    9 Mark Stocks Newport Shropshire CC V +2:13
    10 Bruce Gregory Wrekinsport CC V -0:11
    11 Dave Poulter Wrekinsport CC V -0:46


    Women's:

    Women's Pos'n Name Club Cat 10 mile time Time
    1 Alison Dockney SCCA Private Member W 26:13 54:13
    2 Louise Hurdley Hafren CC WV 26:54 56:22
    3 Victoria Doran SY Tri 33:30 1:10:38
      Ellie Huxley Unattached WJ 35:53 DNF


    Wrekinsport Gordon Davis Handicap:

    Congratulations Pete Mulloy - Gold; Bruce Gregory - Silver; Rich Smith - Bronze

    Pos'n Name Cat Actual Time H/C H/C Time
    1 Pete Mulloy V 55:23 12:00 43:23
    2 Bruce Gregory V 57:40 14:00 43:40
    3 Rich Smith V 48:22 03:30 44:52
    4 Dave Poulter V 58:40 13:00 45:40
    5 Chris Halford V 46:04 00:00 46:04
    6 Rob Jackson V 49:38 03:30 46:08
    7 Dave Moore V 53:18 05:30 47:48


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