The University of Bristol Cycling Club

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  • Date: 12-Jun-21
  • Time: 09:00
  • Distance: 10 Miles
  • Course: U7B
  • Closing Date: 01-Jun-21 23:59
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Hutchings and Dickerson charge to victories in The Univ of Bristol CC 10

  • Published: 15 Jun 21
  • Written By: Frazer Snowdon
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Oscar Hutchings

Oscar Hutchings (Team Tor 2000|KALAS) continued his improving form by charging to victory in The University of Bristol Cycling Club 10, while Megan Dickerson (Škoda DSI Cycling Academy) was a clear winner in the women’s event.

Hutchings also took victory in the Bath Cycling Club 10 and went faster on this occasion clocking a winning time of 19 minutes and 44 seconds.

The 29-year-old went without an open victory last season but has already got two to his name this campaign with months of the season remaining.

The U7B course saw riders start outside Woodford on the A38 before heading northwards which runs adjacent to the M5.

Hutchings recorded an average speed of over 30.4 miles per hour on his way to victory.

Quickest veteran on scratch was Nick English (AeroCoach) who continued his search for an elusive win with a third podium placing finish of the season clocking 20-22.

Nick Livermore (Bristol South Cycling Club) won the Bristol South Cycling Club 10 on his last outing on the U7B but had to settle for third on this occasion in 20-36.

Megan Dickerson

Second veteran was David Bolton (Bristol South Cycling Club) in 21-34 while John O’Dwyer (Dursley Road Club) was third in the age category a further five seconds back.

Dickerson, from Bristol, continued her winning form for the season with her time of 21-34 a minute and 19 seconds faster than her nearest rival.

The 24-year-old also won the FTP Racing 10 and the Bristol South Cycling Club 10 on the U7B earlier this season but bettered them times with a season best open time.

On her last outing on the U7B Charlotte Davies (FTP Fulfil The Potential Racing) placed third clocking 24-43.

Davies went almost two minutes and one placing better on this occasion taking second in 22-53.

A close battle for third place saw Nicki Carr (Tri UK) finish in 23-40 which was just 18 seconds quicker than Louise Burnie (Swansea Wheelers/CS Abertawe).

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