Oakley RR Results 2014

Women’s Team Series Oakley 28th June 2014

 

On probably the worst down pour of rain I have ever seen the riders battled through the elements to create a real classic event.

Woman's RR 2014

Women’s RR 2014

Tamiko Butler and Louise Lobigs broke clear early on in the race and always looked smooth and strong throughout. The chasing pack kept them within 1 min for a few laps but slowly the gap grew to over 2 min, Tamiko attacked her break away partner in the closing stages to take a great victory from Louise Lobigs. Jennifer Crouch came home for 3rd with Lauryn Therrin sprinting in to take 4th from the pack.

1st Tamiko 2nd Louise 3rd Jennifer

1st Tamiko
2nd Louise
3rd Jennifer

1st individual prize £100 donated by Mint Velvet click link below have a look

http://www.mintvelvet.co.uk/

Oakley 2014 RR Rider Results

Men’s RR 28th June 2014

With the roads drying out the men had the best of the weather. On the first lap local man Steve Gola powered through with 4 more riders at around 20 secs.

Steve Gola

Steve Gola

On Lap 2 there lead was down to 15 sec’s and eventually was brought back to the fast moving bunch. With 2 Laps to go 6 more riders broke clear and again only held a slight lead but they managed to hang on to take the first 6 places. Top sprinter Paul Crook took the bunch sprint for 7th and Hillingdon CC Greg Holmes limped home after being involved in the big crash with 4 miles to go taking the Junior prize.

Jonathan winning from his 6 break away companions

Jonathan winning from his 6 break away companions

!st Jonathan 2nd Stuart 3rd G

!st Jonathan
2nd Stuart
3rd G

1st Junior Greg Holmes

1st Junior
Greg Holmes

1st Prize £100 Donated by Holm Engineering

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All primes donated by Fit4Life Education & Indoor Cycling Training 

www.fit4life.eu.com

Paul Crook winning bunch sprint

Paul Crook winning bunch sprint

Oakley 2014 RR Rider Results

Unfortunately two riders had to go to hospital but they are both fine and we wish Chris Limberger and Peter Dyson a speedy recovery.

Thank you to all the Marshals and helpers today, with a special mention to Annette Hack and her driver Helen Holmes our first class medics who had a busy day.

Scott Holmes HCC

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