Tuesday, 21 July 2020

Day Breaks Course Record at Bournemouth Jubilee Club 10!


Tom Day (Zannata Galloo) broke the course record with 19:58, on his way to winning the Bournemouth Jubilee Wheelers club 10 on the P311 in Hampshire. The B3347 Christchurch road chases the River Avon down to the turn at the Woolpack Inn and the rough road surface has earned it the nickname “the Rumble Strip”. Day made it more like a drag strip taking 13 seconds off the old mark, an impressive 20:11 set by Ken Buckley (Nuun Sigma Sport London RT) on Boxing Day 2018. It would have been faster had Day not been delayed by a tractor on the course, a “long 19” in training last week, proof if any were needed of the just-turned eighteen-year old’s form. A “19” on the P311 does not make it a fast course but it does make Tom Day fast! Tom Stocker took the honours in the club event with 22:11, a 10 second improvement on last week, on a warm sunny evening that saw 30 riders sign on, all observing CTT COVID-19 guidelines of course. Same again next week with the Jubilee holding their club 10-mile championship.
Guests
1 Tom Day Zannata Gallo 19:58 (course record)
2 Steve Pink Poole Wheelers 22:13
3 Julian Lockwood Primera-Teamjobs 22:23
4 Patrick Mahon Poole Wheelers 23:53
5 George Creasey Bournemouth Cycleworks 24:04
6 Barry Hards New Forest CC 24:19
7 Martin Nobbs B’mth Arrow CC 26:45
8 Michelle Walter B’mth Arrow CC 27:11
9 Debbie Hallett B'mth Arrow CC 27:19
10 Colin Brumble CC Weymouth 36:26
Jason Gault Primera- Teamjobs DNF (punc)

BJW
1 Tom Stocker 22:11
2 Nick Jones 22:18
3 Ian Diaper 23:32
4 Phil Scriven 23:39
5 Mark Hitchcott 23:49
6 Sandro Lemos 24 :30
7 Chris Simpson 24:38
8 Anja Heijnen 25:16
9 Rupert Silman 25:31
10 Colin Scott 25:33
11 Gary Chiverton 25:47
12 Andy Khan 26:04
13 Lizzy Stocker 26:26
14 Michael Round 26:53
15 Graham Sharman 27:33
16 Paul Brown 28:20
17 Julian Snook 28:33
18 Sue Barber 28:53
19 Pat Pinchin 33:27

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