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Sunday, 28 September 2014

Full Field for Longland Downton 2 Day


THE 18TH ANNUAL GLENN LONGLAND DOWNTON 2-DAY CLASSIC 2014
SATURDAY 4TH/SUNDAY 5TH OCTOBER 2014
SPONSORED BY VELO REFINED.CO.UK
H.Q. DOWNTON FOOTBALL CLUB
WICK LANE DOWNTON SALISBURY
3 STAGES UNDER T.L.I.CYCLING RULES
Stage 1 Prologue www.mulebar.com 2.4km Saturday 1.pm
Stage 2 Handicap Road Race 42km Saturday 2.30pm
Stage 3 Time Trial 37km Sunday 9.00am

GLENN LONGLAND DOWNTON 2-DAY CLASSIC START LIST OCTOBER 4TH/5TH 2014

NO RIDER CLUB/TEAM CAT START TIME
1 RICHARD BLAKE ANTELOPE RACING TEAM A 1.01/9.01
2 JOHN SANCHZ-BISSON CRABWOOD C.C. E 1.02/9.02
3 BOB TYRRELL DURSLEY R.C. D 1.03/9.03
4 MICHAEL HORSMAN GLOUCESTER CITY C.C. C 1.04/9.04
5 RICHARD BURCH SOTONIA C.C. B 1.05/9.05
6 MEGAN DOOLAN SOUTHAMPTON UNI R.C. L 1.06/9.06
7 ROY JONES V.C.MONTPELLIER B 1.07/9.07
8 STEWART WARD NEW FOREST C.C. M 1.08/9.08
9 PHIL WILKS SOTONIA C.C. M 1.09/9.09
10 Dave (GARY) WHITE LOOKALIKE C.C. B 1.10/9.10
11 PATRICK WALTERS NEW FOREST C.C. B 1.11/9.11
12 ALICA LOVE SOUTHAMPTON UNI R.C. L 1.12/9.12
13 CARL SILVER BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE A 1.13/9.13
14 ED ROWE SOTONIA C.C. JUN 1.14/9.14
15 DAN MOORE TAKE 3 R.T. M 1.15/9.15
16 JOHN WEBBER UNATTACHED B 1.16/9.16
17 TOBY HOOD BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE M 1.17/9.17
18 BECKY BELLWORTHY SOUTHAMPTON UNI R.C. L 1.18/9.18
19 JAMES CHANT GILLINGHAM & DISTRICT WHLS A 1.19/9.19
20 TIM LEE UNATTACHED A 1.20/9.20
21 SAM DORKINGS CHARLOTTEVILLE C.C. SEN 1.21/9.21
22 ADEL TYSON-BLOOR MULE BAR FUEL/SIGMA SPORT L 1.22/9.22
23 RUPERT SILMAN BOURNEMOUTH JUBILEE M 1.23/9.23
24 DAN EDWARDS SOTONIA C.C. SEN 1.24/9.24
25 JAMES ASH ROCK N ROAD PERFORMANCE SEN 1.25/9.25
26 MIKE COOKE NOTTINGHAM CLARION SEN 1.26/9.26
27 THOMAS KEY SOUTHAMPTON UNI R.C. SEN 1.27/9.27
28 HUGO WALTERS NEW FOREST C.C. SEN 1.28/9.28
29 DAVID LUGTON PORTSDOWN HILL C.C. M 1.29/9.29
30 HENRY NELSON SOUTHAMPTON UNI R.C. SEN 1.30/9.30
31 PETE CARTER UNATTACHED A 1.31/9.31
32 ANDREW TINKLER PORTSDOWN HILL C.C. SEN 1.32/9.32
33 HENRY NIXON SOUTHAMPTON UNI R.C. SEN 1.33/9.33
34 NICK O`HARA NEW FOREST C.C. B 1.34/9.34
35 COLIN DIXON PORTSDOWN HILL C.C. B 1.35/9.35
36 GEORGE CRAMMOND SOUTHAMPTON UNI R.C. SEN 1.36/9.36
37 STEWART PECKHAM NEW FOREST C.C. SEN 1.37/9.37
38 CHRIS MARTIN PORTSDOWN HILL C.C. SEN 1.38/9.38
39 SCOTT MICHAELS SOUTHAMPTON UNI R.C. SEN 1.39/9.39
40 JULIAN LOCKWOOD UNATTACHED B 1.40/9.40
41 TOM BANDY PORTSDOWN HILL C.C. SEN 1.41/9.41
42 CHRISTOPHER BROOKS SOUTHAMPTON UNI R.C. M 1.42/9.42
43 ROBERT FRYER PORTSDOWN HILL C.C. SEN 1.43/9.43
44 ANDREW LOCKWOOD SOUTHAMPTON UNI R.C. SEN 1.44/9.44
45 ARTHUR WAGHORN UNATTACHED D 1.45/9.45
46 COLIN MOONEY PORTSDOWN HILL C.C. M 1.46/9.46
47 WILL GRIFFITHS SOUTHAMPTON UNI R.C. SEN 1.47/9.47
48 SIMON BARNES G.A.CYCLES C 1.48/9.48
49 KEVIN SMITH MAPPERLEY C.C. B 1.49/9.49
50 GEORGE SMITH GILLINGHAM & DISTRICT WHLS JUN 1.50/9.50
51 BARNEY COX HAMMOND CYCLES SEN 1.51/9.51
52 STEVE WOOD ANTELOPE RACING TEAM C 1.52/9.52
53 JAMES PECKHAM SOTONIA C.C. SEN 1.53/9.53
54 JAMES HYWEL-DAVIES GILLINGHAM &DISTRICT WHLS JUN 1.54/9.54
55 OLI EMMANS ANTELOPE RACING TEAM B 1.55/9.55
56 JAMES THOMAS SOUTHAMPTON UNI R.C. SEN 1.56/9.56
57 GARY ALLAN G.A.CYCLES C 1.57/9.57
58 EDMOND LEEMING SOUTHAMPTON UNI R.C. SEN 1.58/9.58
59 RAY CLARIDGE G.A.CYCLES A 1.59/9.59
60 CHRISTOPHER BULSTRODE PETER HANSFORD CYCLES E 2.00/10.00
61 JAY HUNTER SOTONIA C.C. SEN 2.01/10.01
62 BROOK ELGIE PETER HANSFORD CYCLES M 2.02/10.02
63 CHARLIE LEECH SOUTHAMPTON UNI R.C. SEN 2.03/10.03
64 RAY HUGHES CLARENCE WHEELERS D 2.04/10.04
65 MATTHEW POSNER SOUTHAMPTON UNI R.C. SEN 2.05/10.05
66 ANDY BRYSON PETER HANSFORD CYCLES M 2.06/10.06
67 CHRIS TOMSETT SOUTHAMPTON UNI R.C. SEN 2.07/10.07
68 HARRY BULSTRODE PETER HANSFORD CYCLES M 2.08/10.08


Croft on Top at Portland Hill Climb


Calum Croft (Mud, Sweat n’ Gears) stomped to victory on Portland, his first and last Hill Climb. Croft set a course best for the hill but the 25 year old from Bridport, who has four wins on the road this year has no plans for further tests uphill against the clock, preferring a few Cross races in his Off-season.
Sixty seven riders signed on for the classic, 1.3 mile climb that ramps up through the village of Fortuneswell to the finish high above Chesil Beach on Thomas Hardy’s “Isle of Slingers”. Low cloud denied spectators the stunning views to the west, while those on the bikes concentrated on a small patch of tarmac in front of them.
James Horton (Cannondale), winner of the Primera Purbeck road race two weeks ago, finished 8 seconds behind Croft with Bournemouth Jubilee’s Simon McLaughlin in third place, reversing the placing’s of the Kingston climb in round 1. Horton & McLaughlin look set to battle it out for individual glory in the 4 race series.
Mud, Sweat ‘n’gears packed the field and picked up a ton of points in the team competition. The short, steep climb of Creech Hill in the Purbecks awaits the riders in round 3.
Back in the day the Iconic climb of Portland featured in the Milk Race,dissapointingly increasing traffic may cause CC Weymouth to seek out a quieter challenge next year.
RESULT
1 Calum Croft Mud Sweat And Gears 04:32:51
2 James Horton Cannondale Racing 04:40:40
3 Simon McLaughlan Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 04:46:29
4 Ryan Weston Poole Wheelers 04:48:12
5 Patrick Dunn CC Weymouth 04:53:83
6 Giles Greening Mud Sweat And Gears 04:57:51
7 Martin Rowland Poole Wheelers 04:58:61
8 Bryce Riglar CC Weymouth 05:01:04
9 Andy Cooper Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 05:11:43
10 Steve Pink CC Weymouth 05:14:69
11 Wayne Roberts CATI 05:16:81
12 David Boss Mud Sweat And Gears 05:17:36
13 John Vinson Poole Wheelers 05:20:15
14 Matt Ings Cycleccino 05:20:46
15 Matt Norris Mud Sweat And Gears 05:20:85
16 Jon Brumfield CC Weymouth 05:21:30
17 Richard Porter CC Weymouth 05:22:26
18 Phil Cole Mud Sweat And Gears 05:27:14
19 Alex Adams Mud Sweat And Gears 05:27:56
20 Alex Evans Mud Sweat And Gears 05:31:33
21 Andrew Leach Mud Sweat And Gears 05:31:52
22 Dan Haskins Mud Sweat And Gears 05:32:10
23 Ali Fielding Poole Wheelers 05:33:58
24 John O'Brien Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 05:33:65
25 Simon Cheney Mud Sweat And Gears 05:34:83
26 Nick Voss Mud Sweat And Gears 05:41:87
27 Steve Oliver CC Weymouth 05:42:37
28 Michael Watts Mud Sweat And Gears 05:42:73
29 Justin Loveland Day Member 05:49:19
30 Tim Lee Mud Sweat And Gears 05:50:46
31 Matt Child Poole Wheelers 05:52:78
32 Jude Hatcher Day Member 05:55:68
33 Andrew Jardine CC Weymouth 05:55:75
34 Robert Midmore Mud Sweat And Gears 05:59:29
35 Brandon King CC Weymouth 06:01:16
36 John Chapman CC Weymouth 06:02:76
37 Peter Loakes Day Member 06:11:22
38 Ian Manley Day Member 06:11:62
39 Matt Merritt CC Weymouth 06:14:25
40 Conal Low-Grier Portsmouth North End CC 06:15:18
41 Jeremy Guy CC Weymouth 06:25:40
42 Alison Ford V C Meudon 06:26:26
43 Kevin Harris Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 06:34:86
44 Gordon Skillen Poole Wheelers 06:35:49
45 Phil Smith CC Weymouth 06:36:95
46 Andrew Jackson CC Weymouth 06:41:69
47 Stu Pearson Mud Sweat And Gears 06:42:48
48 Louise Cooper Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers 06:44:12
49 Luke Dighton Poole Wheelers 06:46:07
50 Philip Clive CC Weymouth 06:50:38
51 Chris Chapman Mud Sweat And Gears 06:51:54
52 Adam Bayliss Cycleccino 06:53:69
53 James Margery CC Weymouth 06:55:06
54 Nick Ireland CC Weymouth 06:58:45
55 Steve Trigwell CC Weymouth 07:00:24
56 Aarron Bevis Mud Sweat And Gears 07:07:77
57 Andrew Preston CC Weymouth 07:09:49
58 Matt Pye MSG 07:26:98
59 Richard Bibby Mud Sweat And Gears 07:30:54
60 Antony Hood Mud Sweat And Gears 07:34:75
61 Wayne Fordham Mud Sweat And Gears 07:35:87
62 Peter Grounds Poole Wheelers 07:41:86
63 Kevin Stibb Mud Sweat And Gears 07:49:82
64 Will Wilson CC Weymouth 08:11:49
65 Brian Sands CC Weymouth 08:20:88
66 Stuart Carrington CC Weymouth 08:55:33
67 Edmund Carrington CC Weymouth 11:48:45
Team Comp
MSG 733
CCW 663
PWH 473
BJW 409
ARR 0
WRC 0

Monday, 22 September 2014

Sainsbury School Games


The local area was well represented at this years Sainsbury School Games where more than 1,600 talented school children from all over GB competed in 12 sports over 4 packed days of action.

Eve Jefferies, Becky Raybould, Ali Fielding all from Poole Wheelers and Alex Jolliffe from Team Terminator all represented the South region in the track cycling at the Manchester Velodrome. The team made up of four girls and four boys competed across nine different events including individual sprint and endurance races as well as team sprint and team 3km pursuit against 12 other regional teams and an invitational team from Brazil.

The team started the first day extremely well with Raybould and Jefferies finishing 4th and 6th respectively in the girls sprint and Jolliffe and Fielding finishing 3rd and 5th respectively in the boys equivalent leaving the team second overall in the competition.

Day 2 was a hectic day with the Keirin, 2k individual pursuit, 500m TT and Madison. Raybould won the B-Final in the girls Keirin but it was Jolliffe that secured the best result of the weekend with a silver medal in the same event. Jefferies set a PB of 2.41 in the girls team pursuit to finish in 11th position and then followed this up with another PB in the 500m TT finishing a very creditable 5th. In the boys 500mm TT Jolliffe the National Champion was the last to race and despite his best efforts had to settle for the bronze position with the top three split by just 0.063 secs! Raybould competed in a very fast and furious 80 lap Madison finishing 5th with her partner from Bristol.
The final day saw the team events and some great racing. In the girls team sprint Jefferies and Raybould made it to the 3rd/4th place final where they narrow lost the bronze to a strong Welsh side. In the boys sprint the team hopeful of a medal unfortunately suffered a rider unclipping from his pedals and the team not able to record a time.

The final day ended with what was arguably the best races of the weekend with both the girls and boys teams making it through to the 3rd/4th place final ride offs. The girls fielding only three of their four riders due to illness rode a really strong race only to be pipped across the line by a West Midlands team fielding a four time national champion. The four boys inspired by the girls performance overcame their disappointment of the sprint finals producing a superb race to comprehensively beat the home favourite North West team to take a brilliant bronze medal and lots of smiles.

The team finished the superb event in forth position trailing the winners North West runners-up South East and third placed Wales.
Thanks to Chris Jolliffe

Sunday, 21 September 2014

Keightley King of the Hill!


Lewis Keightley (Primera-sport.com) won the opening round of the inter-club hill climb competition on Kingston Hill. Keightley flew up the twisting climb above Corfe Castle in the Purbecks, stopping the clock on 1:59:17, not quite the record for the climb but one of only a handful of sub 2 minute rides in the history of the event.
Last year’s overall winner, Simon McLaughlin (Bournemouth Jubilee) finished 5 seconds adrift in second place, with in-form Ryan Weston (Poole Wheelers) snatching third place from James Horton.

It is early days in the 4 race series but already the team title looks to be a two-horse race between CC Weymouth and the Dorchester-based shop team, Mud, Sweat’n Gears. Forty seven starters “suffered” on the shaded climb before emerging in the late summer sunshine at the chequered board just above the Scott Arms.
The action switches to Portland next Sunday (28th) with the CC Weymouth event. Starting below Fortuneswell the climb finishes high above Chesil Beach on the Jurassic coast, first rider off at 09:00.

RESULTS
1 Lewis Keightley PRI 1.59.17
2 Simon McLaughlin BJW 2.04.09
3 Ryan Weston PWH 2.04.11
4 James Horton PWH 2.05.61
5 Harrison Fielding HANS 2.05.86
6 Kawin Phosarat UKBike 2.09.28
7 John Samways BJW 2.09.67
8 Paddy Dunn CCW 2.09.98
9 Rob Midmore MSG 2.15.36
10 Bryce Riglar CCW 2.17.00
11 John Vinson PWH 2.17.20
12 Alistair Fielding PWH 2.19.51
13 Wayne Pitman PWH 2.22.89
14 Dan Haskins MSG 2.23.70
15 Joe Brindley MSG 2.25.11
16 Steven Pink CCW 2.26.48
17 Andrew Leach MSG 2.26.54
18 John O'Brien BJW 2.26.61
19 David Avenell U/A 2.28.61
20 Sam Wadsley PWH 2.29.57
21 Rob Wood MSG 2.29.82
22 Rupert Silman BJW 2.30.64
23 Andy Cooper BJW 2.33.20
24 Stuart Ricketts U/A 2.38.22
25 Brandon King CCW 2.40.26
26 Richard Porrit CCW 2.40.48
27 Conal Low-Grier PNECC 2.43.80
28 Eve Jeffries PWH 2.46.25
29 Will Clark PWH 2.51.22
30 Dean Paulley BJW 2.52.32
31 Alison Ford VCMeu 2.53.42
32 Louisa Cooper BJW 2.55.50
33 Andrew Jackson CCW 2.56.11
34 Jeremy Guy CCW 2.57.54
35 Kevin Harris BJW 2.59.82
36 Mark Fagg MSG 3.01.67
37 Chris Kelly PWH 3.04.10
38 Jack Clough U/A 3.04.73
39 Rob Paulley BJW 3.04.86
40 Phil Smith CCW 3.12.17
41 Einar Thorsen PWH 3.14.09
42 Sarah Wise MSG 3.14.20
43 Howard Pankhurst PWH 3.18.48
44 Nikki Samways BJW 3.22.32
45 Andrew Preston CCW 3.28.00
46 Matthew Pye MSG 3.33.39
47 Pete Grounds PWH 3.51.42


bjw ccw pwh msg
309 271 382 247


Saturday, 20 September 2014

"Shut Up Legs" No more Suffering for Jens Voigt!


Just 48 Hrs after setting a new world hour record on the track in Switzerland, Jens Voigt (Trek Factory Racing) was riding through a mist-shrouded New Forest. Voigt could have been anywhere but chose to honour a commitment to friend and ride organiser Stuart Grace and just a few hours after his delayed flight from Berlin, he was out on his bike helping to raise funds for the Epilepsy Society & the Oakhaven Hospice.
Stuart first met Jens at the Duo Normand Time Trial in 1999, they got talking and have kept in touch ever since. “I just think it is unbelievable that he spends so much time and effort coming here to do this for us”. Says a delighted Grace “If there is anything I want that he can help with, he will do it. He flew from Berlin and we picked him up from the airport, got in just after midnight, Jens slept in till 8, got up and did the ride” he adds. Eighty riders had paid £100 to ride the 50 mile” Shut Up Legs” event and Jens tried to talk to as many as he could, dropping back through the groups of ten to chat and take selfies!.
Back at the headquarters near New Milton, Voigt, who announced his retirment this year, was more than happy to sign autographs, pose for pictures and answer questions. The 43 year old German legend admits to not being as strong as he was, "I don’t like the training anymore so much, I am not good enough anymore, its natural, it is time to stop, it is better to go now than wait to be told there is no contract anymore. Asked about future challenges Jens says “I like fishing, I want to catch a 1 metre long Pike, I also fancy doing a 1,000 km mountain bike race, two riders in the team and a million dollar prize fund! Seriously though I don’t need challenges, I am happy, I want to take a few steps back in terms of suffering but I want to take ten steps forward in terms of life quality, I don’t want to suffer anymore! I want to do some easy things! I have six kids to get through school, my eldest son turns 19 in November and has just been accepted to study law at University, we have enough challenges”.
Ride organizer and local fundraiser Stuart Grace (GA Cycles) is the father of Amy, who has suffered with Epilepsy, ADHD and learning disabilities for over 15 years, and has a relative receiving care in the Oakhaven hospice.

Visit the Shut up Legs Just Giving page HERE