Spalding Cycling Club (Entries Close 15/06/24)

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  • Date: 23-Jun-24
  • Time: 09:00
  • Distance: 10 Miles
  • Course: C10/30
  • Closing Date: 15-Jun-24 23:59
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Lammyman and Woodfield go quickest in Spalding CC 10

  • Published: 23 Jun 24
  • Written By: Snowdon Sports
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Frances Lammyman presented by Matt Chappell

Frances Lammyman (Ride Revolution Coaching) took her first open victory of the season in the Spalding Cycling Club 10, while Samuel Woodfield (Rule 28 x ATP Performance) celebrated his maiden open win.

Meanwhile, James Hayward (Woolwich CC) battled to victory by just seven seconds in the road bike event.

The C10/30 saw competitors battle out and back along Spalding Road to the turn with Spalding Bypass.

 Lammyman, aged 26, clocked a winning time of 24 minutes and seven seconds which was over a minute quicker than her nearest female competitor.

On her only other open outing this season Lammyman finished 11th in the well contested Hemel Hempstead CC 10 last weekend.

Host club rider Evgeniya Righini-Brand came home second in 25-46, while veteran Kathryn Smith (Sleaford Wheelers Cycling Club) placed third (26-52).

In the open event Woodfield took victory in just his second open event of the season, recording a time of 20-19.

Sam Woodfield, presented by Matt Chappell.

The 33-year-old placed fourth in the Northampton & District CA 15 earlier this month but improved on that result this time out.

Junior rider Thomas Lewis (Beeston Cycling Club) was the only other rider to beat the 21-minute mark to take second in 20-59.

Meanwhile, veteran Dominic Righini-Brand (Spalding CC) won a close battle for third with his time of 21-20 just four seconds quicker than team-mate Frazer Wallis.
“I only started racing two weeks ago due to a turbulent few months to start the year,” said Woodfield.

“I wanted to give today a true honest hard run out after spending a month in Lanzarote training.

“Having ridden the event last year I knew it was a fast course, but not an out and out true fast course.

“With very little wind assistant apart from a nagging cross-head wind, it was a day about holding high power and position.

“On approaching the turn I knew I was on for a good one. After the turn it was just a matter of riding ugly and holding on, which I did and secured my first ever open time trial win.

“These local club open time trials are hugely important for the cycling scene and an area always support.

“So a massive shout out to George (Bellard, organiser) and the whole of Spalding Cycling Club for this morning.”

Taking part in his first open time trial of the season James Hayward (Woolwich CC) won the road bike event in 22-49.

Hayward showed his talent last season by finishing runner-up in the Medway Velo Club 10 in the road bike category and went one better this time out.

Just seven seconds behind the road bike winner was Kieran Buffham (Spalding CC) in 22-56 for second, while Karl Grundy (Fenland Clarion CC) took third (24-30).

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1. Samuel Woodfield (Rule 28 x ATP Performance)  20.19

2. Thomas Lewis (Beeston Cycling Club)      20.59

3. Dominic Righini-Brand (Spalding CC)      21.20

4. Frazer Wallis (Spalding CC)           21.24

5. Matt Lay (Fenland Clarion CC)     21.31

6. Martin Fisher (Melton Olympic CC)          21.48

Junior: Thomas Lewis (Beeston Cycling Club)         20.59


1. Frances Lammyman (Ride Revolution Coaching) 24.07

2. Evgeniya Righini-Brand (Spalding CC)     25.46

3. Kathryn Smith (Sleaford Wheelers Cycling Club) 26.52

4. Sharon Asplin (Spalding CC)         29.37

Road bikes:

1. James Hayward (Woolwich CC)    22.49

2. Kieran Buffham (Spalding CC)      22.56

3. Karl Grundy (Fenland Clarion CC)            24.30

4. Paul Asplin (Fenland Clarion CC)  26.44

5. Andrew Pitchford (Fenland Clarion CC)    40.16