Road: All-rounder Newell rules at Hillingdon


Location: Hillingdon Cycle Circuit, West London
Event: 9 June 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports

All-rounder Jamie Newell (Team Corley Cycles) recorded his first road win of the year in the feature second, third and fourth-category race of Saturday’s meeting at the Hillingdon circuit in West London.

The 35-year-old East & South East regional cyclo-cross champion, from Camberley in Surrey, relegated Francis Cade (VO2 Development Team) to second place for the fourth time this year with Ben Sumner (Beeline Bicycles), a three-time winner this year and back on the road after contesting last weekend’s round of the British Mountain Bike Series, in third place.

Leanne Rogers (Ride 24/7), from Swindon, celebrated her first win in the women’s race.


1 Jamie Newell (Team Corley Cycles)
2 Francis Cade (VO2 Development Team)
3 Ben Sumner (Beeline Bicycles)
4 Martyn Harris (Banjo Cycles)
5 Lawrence Carpenter (VO2 Development Team0
6 Ben Wilson (Solihull CC)
7 Chris Spence (Felt RT)
8 John Coolahan (Kingston Wheelers)
9 Peter Hargreaves (Strada Sport)
10 Gavin Spiers (Inverse RT)

1 Dov O’Neil (GS Grupetto)
2 Ray Wilson (London Dynamo)
3 Stuart Sloan (Pearson CC)
5 Amritpal Virdi (Norwood Paragon CC)
6 David Mills (Zappi’s CC)
7 Alex Murray (London Dynamo)
8 Matt Hicks (Strada Sport)
9 John Armstrong (Welwyn Wheelers)
10 Paul Buckley (Thames Velo)

1 Leanne Rogers (Ride 24/7)
2 Aimee Wright (High Wycombe CC)
3 Charmaine Brown (Pearson CC)
4 Jayne Paine (Willesden CC)
5 Madeline Brewster (Sky Velo)
6 Juliet Milward (High Wycombe CC)
7 Nica Meadows (VC St Raphael)
8 Nikki Engelbach (Pearson CC)
9 Jane Hunt (High Wycombe CC)
10 Alexie Shaw (Dulwich Paragon 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.