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Cross: Glen goes clear to maiden win

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Location: Warmley Country Park, Bristol
Date: 28 October 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports


Pulling away over the second half of the Severn Road Club promotion, Liam Glen (Kinesis Morvelo Project) finished half a minute clear of his nearest challenger to chalk up the first cyclo-cross win of his career.

The 21-year-old University of Bath student, who finished third the previous week’s round at Stroud, shared the early pace with John Whittington (CNP-Orbea) in soggy conditions at Warmley Country Park before breaking away.

Whittington, winner of two earlier rounds, came home in a clear second place, with Scott Chalmers (Dream Cycling) holding third for the entire race and Will Poole (Bristol & District Tri) the only other riuder to finish on the same lap as the winner.

Steve Brown (Dream Cycling) led the veterans in seventh place overall with junior winner Adam Beddall (Gloucester City CC) 15th and Nicole Walters (Hopr Factory Racing) securing the women’s prize.

Result:

Seniors:
1 Liam Glen (Kinesis Morvelo Project) 54-02
2 John Whittington (CNP-Orbea)
3 Scott Chalmers (Dream Cycling)
4 Will Poole (Bristol & District Tri)
5 Peter Kench (GWR Team)
6 Ben Hall (Bristol RC)
7 Steve Brown (Dream Cycling)
8 Bruce Turridge (unattached)
9 Vilas Silverton (Sri Chinmoy RT)
10 John Russell (Strada Cycles)

Veterans:
1 Steve Brown
2 Vilas Silverton
3 Pat Alexander (Cheltenham & County CC)

Juniors: Adam Bedall (Gloucester City CC)
Women: Nicole Walters (Hope Factory Racing)

Under-12
1 Ned Collyer (Dream Cycling)
2 George Britton
3 Tom Loader (1st Chard Wheelers)

Under-10
1 Louis Britton
2 Jakob Hudson
3 Oliver Buckle (BCDS)


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