cotswold veldrijden (3 stage hill climb)(entries close 02/09/16)

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  • Date: 17-Sep-16
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Savage takes three-stage win in Wiltshire

  • Published: 18 Sep 16
  • Written By: Frazer Snowdon
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Reigning junior hill climb champion Kieran Savage took the overall victory in Cotswold Veldrijden’s three-stage hill climb in Albourne on Saturday.

The Leeds rider, representing Team B38, won one climb and finished second and third in the others to clinch the best time overall.

He also set a new course record on the second climb with his 8.08.2 beating the previous record of Tevjan Pettinger by 3.2 seconds.

Climb one saw George Fowler (NFTO Pro Cycling) take victory in 1.38.7 before Savage was a comfortable winner in that record-breaking second stage. Fowler went on to take victory in the third stage with a time of 2.36.5 – enough to give him second overall.

Theo Tadros was quickest youth rider with father Pete Tadros claiming the veteran prize. They both ride for In-Gear Quickvit Trainsharp RT.

Home club rider Nathan Huynh won the junior category. Joanne Jago was fastest woaman, the Performance Cycles CC rider completing in 16.39.4.

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Results:

Overall:

1          Kieran Savage Team B38/Underpin Racing   12.36.2

2          George fowler  NFTO Pro Cycling      12.43.9

3          Richard           Spink   T1 Diabetes.info         13.15.5

4          Tony    Kiss     Stratford Cycle Studios          13.16.6

5          Glyndwr          Griffiths          73 Degrees Bicycles    13.17.4

6          Nathan Huynh Cotswold Veldrijden  13.21.8

7          Peter    Tadros In-Gear Quickvit Trainsharp RT        13.27.5

8          Andrew           Kirby   University of Bristol Cycling Club (UOBCC)           13.37.5

9          Russell Peace   Dursley Road Club     13.39.4

10        Ross    Phelps  Bristol Road Club       13.42.6

11        joe       norledge          Bristol South Cycling Club    13.50.4

12        Alex    Whitmore        Ratae RC        14.14.3

13        Neil     Reynolds         Winchcombe Cycling Club    14.22.7

14        Tom     Fricker Farnham RC   14.27.4

15        Gordon            Markus            Severn RC      14.34.8

16        Archie Scott    Cotswold Veldrijden  14.42.0

17        Anthony          White  Royal Dean Forest Cycle Club           14.57.4

18        Neil     Hancock          Team Swindon Cycles            15.03.2

19        Charlie Lacaille            St Pauls CRT  15.05.9

20        Mark    Shepherd         Banjo Cycles.com/Raceware  15.09.4

21        Theo    Tadros In-Gear Quickvit Trainsharp RT        15.20.1

22        David  Smith   Swindon Road Club    15.24.2

23        James   Scrivener         Reading CC    15.27.9

24        Joanne Jago     Performance Cycles CC         16.39.4

25        Richard           Cartland          Team Boardman         16.43.5

26        Kate    Millard            Salt and Sham Cycle Club      19.05.4

Climb one:

1. George Fowler (NFTO Pro Cycling)          1.38.7

2. Glyndwr Griffiths (73 Degrees Bicycles)   1.41.8

3. Kieran Savage (Team B38) 1.43.9

Climb two:

1. Kieran Savage (Team B38)             8.08.2

2. George Fowler (NFTO Pro Cycling)          8.28.7

3. Richard Spink (T1Diabetes.info)    8.33.9

Climb three:

1. George Fowler (NFTO Pro Cycling)          2.36.5  

2. Kieran Savage (Team B38)             2.44.1

3. Glyndwr Griffiths (73 Degrees Bicycles)   2.45.7