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Sunday, 3 February 2013

Dewey Breaks Course Record in Southdowns TT, Full Reults Added

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Held this morning on a 34km circuit based from Storrington the course record of 47mins 16secs was beaten by Doug Dewey of the In-Gear Quickvit Trainsharp RT in a time of 46 mins 29secs........ writes organiser, Martin Richardson. Second and a welcome return back to health after his horrendous crash in last years Tour of Britain was Wouter Sybrandy of the Team IG- Sigma Sport team followed in third place by Sebastian Ader of the a3crg team. Fastest team award went to the South Downs Bikes/World of Books team comprising Simon Macnamara, Roger Smith and Gary Brind. For the first time this year there was a fastest Schoolboy category won by James Hansford of the South Downs Bikes/World of Books team.

1 Douglas Dewey In-Gear Quickvit Trainsharp RT 46.29
2 Wouter Sybrandy Team IG-Sigma Sport 48.00
3 Sebastian Ader a3crg 49.30
4 Chris McNamara Pedal Heaven RT 49.38
5 Peter Tadros In-Gear Quickvit Trainsharp RT 50.20
6 Rob McCarthy Pedal Heaven RT 51.57
7 Simon McNamara Southdowns Bikes 52.23
8 Roger Smith Southdowns Bikes 53.37
9 GARY BRIND South Downs Bikes 53.54
10 David Shepherd GS Stella 54.02
11 Keith Lea Addiscombe CC 54.34
12 Stuart Martingale Sotonia CC 55.06
13 Chris Twine Worthing Excelsior CC 55.12
14 Thomas Rae Kingston Wheelers 55.27
15 robin kirk Dorking CC 55.39
16 Ishmael Burdeau GS GAZZETTA 56.16
17 Stuart Bettis South Downs Bikes 56.42
18 Adrian Cansfield South Downs Bikes 57.03
19 Jason Gilbert Brighton Mitre CC 57.45
20 Geoff Smith Eastbourne Rovers CC 58.05
21 Connor Innes Southdowns Bikes 58.45
22 Ben Ware Dulwich Paragon CC 59.21
23 Mel Roberton Worthing Excelsior CC 1.00.01
24 Jason Burkisnhaw Blazing Saddles Cycles Ltd 1.00.05
25 Jon Fry Horsham Cycling 1.00.16
26 Mark Tyler Steyning Athletic Club 1.01.04
27 simon atkinson Worthing Excelsior CC 1.01.39
28 Stephen Atkinson Southdowns Bikes 1.01.45
29 NATHAN GALE Worthing Excelsior CC 1.01.48
30 James Horan Southdowns Bikes 1.02.33
31 Jay chisnall Brighton Mitre CC 1.02.48
32 Charlotte Easton Look Mum No Hands! 1.03.21
33 Ross Stringer Sussex Nomads CC 1.04.07
34 Michael Leonard Brighton Mitre CC 1.04.20
35 Bruce Samual Brighton Mitre CC 1.06.00
36 Rachel Przybylski Wyndymilla-uk Youth 1.07.38
37 James Hansford Southdowns Bikes 1.07.58
38 Claire Leonard Brighton Mitre CC 1.10.00
39 Kevin Plummer Southdowns Bikes 1.10.21
40 Moyra Amess Steyning Athletic Club 1.10.27
41 Ian McIlroy Bognor Regis CC 1.14.20
42 Joan Lennon Worthing Excelsior CC 1.16.13
43 Elaine Scott Brighton Excelsior CC 1.22.09
Stephen Morgan Tooting BC DNS
olly stevens Kent Velo Boys DNS
Mathew Bubear Southdowns Bikes DNS
Christian Faires Tuff Fitty Tri Club DNS
Nigel Stevens VTTA (Surrey & Sussex) DNS


Winner 23 year old Doug Dewey told "Local Riders, Local Races"
“The race result is obviously very pleasing, as a win to start off the year is always good for morale. In all honestly I didn't feel that comfortable during the ride itself, as I only borrowed the TT bike on Friday so other than a spin yesterday I haven't ridden it for four months! It always feel a bit odd getting onto a TT bike after a winter on the training hack, but once you get your head around the handling differences it feels really good to go fast again.
It was quite windy today so I was struggling to hold it up in the crosswinds sometimes, particularly on the fast descent, and I had a little issue with seeing through my fogged up visor but it's all character building! I felt very strong at in the last few miles so I'm happy with that.”

Dewey enjoys the road as well as riding against the clock and will be in action again next week at Perfs, What is he hoping for?
“Perf's is always a bit of a funny race as some people are going well early season and some are trying to smash their legs into shape, so I'm just hoping to get round and test my legs a bit at the end. I'm off to France the next day to race for Hennebont Cyclisme (www.hennebontcyclisme.com) so it's definitely good mentally to get a road race under the belt before I'm off.”
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