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Rebecca Johnson took the plaudits in the women’s category but Stuart Fairweather also produced a great ride, breaking the course record on his way to winning the Anglia Velo 10 in Norfolk on Saturday.
Dry and warm conditions were welcomed by riders as the weekend saw course records tumble and the Anglian coast was no exception.
Nino Piccoli’s previous record of 20-09 had stood since 2011 but Stuart Fairweather (Team Velovelocity) took full advantage of the weekend’s fine conditions, surpassing Piccoli’s mark by 12 seconds.
Fairweather, 42 and from Suffolk, set his mark late in the day after bettering Matt O’Brien’s efforts. Fairweather didn’t have to wait very long to find his name at the top of the leaderboard after the remaining three riders crossed the line.
Matt O’Brien (Plomesgate CC) clocked a time of 20-49 to finish second while Jorge Vieira (Team Pedal Revolution) was a further 20 seconds behind in third with 21-09.
Rebecca Johnson (Brother UK Fusion RT) claimed the prize for fastest woman with a time of 23-03 which would be her first win of the season.
The 28-year-old finished 48 seconds ahead of second placed Cindy Berry as Berry (DAP Cycling Club) clocked a respectable time of 23-51 upon her return from a fractured pelvis.
Denese Hallahan (Wisbech Wheelers) was third in 30-54.
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