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Monday morning news – 25/04/05

Rachel Heal is too fast for all
Rachel Heal, Nikki Harris and Amy Hunt raced right up to the line in the Cheshire Classic round of the Reynolds/Michelin series, the leading women’s domestic road race series. The next round is on May 15th in the Mendip Hills, Somerset.

1. Rachel Heal – Team SATS – 2.18.09
2. Nikki Harris – Specialized @ 0.02
3. Amy Hunt – Onimpex-Bio Racer @ 0.03
4. Nina Davies – Ogmore Valley Whlrs
5. Lizzie Armistead – Team Chevin st
6. Nicky Hudson – Twickenham CC st
7. Kim Blythe – Planet X
8. Jean Limpitlav – Team Milton Keynes
9. Samantha van Gerbig – Oxford Uni
10. Jeanette Tebbutt – Team Luciano
11. Tracey Fletcher – Team Fat Birds UK
12. Sara Burling – CC Giro
13. Emma Silverside – Leisure Lakes
14. Helen Tucker – Port Talbot Whlrs @ 0.50
15. Cayley Ennett – Ellan Vannin CC
16. Claire Hall – CC Giro @ 1.52
17. Brenda Pannell – Raleigh
18. Jacqui Marshal – VC St Raphael
19. Gabby Day – Team Fat Birds UK
20. Claire Gross – Team Fat Birds UK
21. Elizabeth Clayton – Lichfield City CC
22. Kristina Semple – Cerant
23. Kim Young – CC Giro
24. Samantha Roberts – Deeside Olympic
25. Hazel Sutherland – Edinburgh RC
26. June Walker – Team Luciano
27. Pippa Handley – Edinburgh RC
28. Jenny Middlehurst – Raleigh
29. Abi Greenway – Team Saracen
30. Christine Adshead – Seamons CC
31. Louise Day – Team Fat Birds UK
32. Lauren O’Neill – Team Luciano @ 1-lap
33. Lisa Slater – ABC Centreville @ 1-lap Michelin Espoir’s Road Race Series

In the Channel Atlantique round in Penzance the under 23s raced for points available to the top 20 finishers, but taking the most points was Steve Lampeier. After racing for 145km, Jules Birks finished only 5 seconds behind.

1. Steve Lampeier – Caj Rural 3.52.01
2. Jules Birks – Cycle Europe @ 5 secs
3. Ben Greenwood – Reycling @29
4. Robert Tyler – Alltrax
5. James Williams – Ritchey Cycle Ops 3.18
6. Henry Furnis – Ride Beyond
7. Grahamn Stone – AgiskoViner.com
8. Peter Wiliams – Kinesis
9. Adam Holmes – Mid Devon
10. Dale Appleby – Fuji Bikes
11. Rowan Boswood – Mid Devon
12. Sean Newington – North Beach Dooleys RT
13. Ben Pochey – Penzance Wheelers
14. Geraint Thomas – Adidas/SIS Wheelers
15. Simon Henley – Team Milton Keynes
16. James Sampson – Race Scene
17. Andrew Hitchen – Mid Devon @10.53
18. Adam Thompson – Swindow RC
19. Alex Fitzegerald – Bike in Motion @11.20
20. Ian Legg – PM Chris Burrows out sprints all in Recycling.co.uk RR League

57 riders battled over 8.5 laps of the Elswick circuit on a day when the wind played a big part in the overall positions. In the final three laps an eight-man breakaway gained a 1-minute lead, but in the final straight Chris Burrows was too strong for both Alistair Rutherford and Mike Harrison.

1. Chris Burrows – Hewitt Cycles R.T.
2. Alistair Rutherford – Wills Wheels C.C.
3. Mike Harrison – Cyclestore.co.uk R.T.
4. Andrew Windsor – Deeside Olympic
5. Will Smyth – Liverpool Universities C.C.
6. Matthew Hodges – Scienceinsport.com R.T.
7. Mark Turnbull – Leigh Premier C.C. all same time
8. Dave Williams – Kuota / Biemme @ 12secs
9. Ben Crawforth – Evans Cycles R.T. @ 48 secs
10. Duncan Hewitt – G.B. Fire Services R.T.
11. Jonathan Fletcher – K.W. Heit – Zuiderkempen
12. Simon Ernest – PM
13. Chris Yates – Liverpool Century
14. Gary Vose – Luune RCC
15. Dennis Lang – Clayton Velo

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