Pine wins Imperial Series Round 4


Location: Hillingdon Circuit, London
Event: 24 December 2011
Report: Snowdon Sports

Round one winner Jamie Pine secured a second victory in the Imperial Winter Series on Christmas Eve, narrowing the gap to the series leader Steve Golla.

Pine, the 34-year-old London Dynamo rider from Twickenham, closed the gap to Golla to just 60 points with his victory, while Golla limited the potential damage with second spot and Addlestone 16-year-old Rory Townsend (Prestige VC) took third to move up to fourth overall, narrowly behind Round three winner Pete Wager in third.

In other categories, Dominic Clegg (Redhill CC) won the 3rd cat race from Daniel Stevens (, while High Wycombe CC’s Karla Boddy was fastest of the women, holding off Welsh Wheelers’ Kimberley English.

And Aylesbury CC rider Stephen Morrell won the 4th cat race from VC10’s Simon Oxenham.


1 Jamie Pine (London Dynamo)
2 Steve Golla (High Wycombe CC)
3 Rory Townsend (Prestige VC)
4 Adam Brittain (High Wycombe CC)
5 Conall Yates (In Gear-Quickvit)
6 Arjan Planting (Dulwich Paragon)
7 Andy Betts (Felt Colbornes)
8 Pete Wager (Felt Colbornes)
9 Jo Skelton (Look Mum No Hands)
10 Vincent Halpern (Handsling Racing)

3rd Cat:
1 Dominic Clegg (Redhill CC)
2 Daniel Stevens (
3 Ajelo (Ghristides (unattached)
4 Stuart Jackson (Bath RC)
5 Werner Van Der Merwe (Marathon
6 Mark Northover (The Cycle Stuadio)

4th Cat:
1 Stephen Morrell (Aylesbury CC)
2 Simon Oxenham (VC10)
3 Mark Dempster (Kingston Wheelers)
4 James Turton (High Wycombe CC)
5 Matthew Franklin (Bristol RC)
6 Simon Lewington (Dulwich Paragon)

1 Karla Boddy (High Wycombe CC)
2 Kimberley English (Welwyn Wheelers)
3 Emily Bagnall (WyndyMilla)
4 Keira McVitty (Kings Cliffe Flyers)
5 Katharine Broadbent (Durham University CC)
6 Lisa Gunn (Twickenham CC)

British Cycling would like to thank the organising team, officials and everyone else who helped promote this event. Our sport could not exist without the hundreds of people, many of them unpaid volunteers, who put in many hours of hard work running events, activities and clubs.