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Cyclo-Cross: Same again for Tognarelli at Whinlatter

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Cumbria Summer Cyclo-Cross Event 2
Location: Whinlatter Forest Park, Braithwaite, Kendal, Cumbria
Event: 6 July 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports


For the second year running, Greg Tognarelli (VC Cumbria) gave a commanding performance in the sunshine to win the second event of the 2013 Cumbria Summer Cyclo Cross series at Whinlatter Mountain Bike Centre.

The 43-year-old Workington veteran took the verdict ahead of host club rider Tim Irlam (Cyclewise) with Colin James (Beacon Wheelers) in third place. Penny Kingsland (Beacon Wheelers) was first woman.

Michael Hall (Furness Future Flyers) was a convincing winner of the Youth race ahead of Brady Stone (Cyclewise) and Christian Partridge (Penrith), while George Ball (Furness Future Flyers) stormed round to take the Under-12 honours from Barnaby Walkingshaw (Beacon Wheelers) and Adam Bent (Border City Wheelers).

Once again a number of riders took the opportunity to try their hand at cycle racing for the first time at the Whinlatter venue which was used by permission of the Forestry Commission.


Result:

1 Greg Tognarelli (VC Cumbria)
2 Tim Irlam (Cyclewise)
3 Colin James (Beacon Wheelers)
4 Nick Jones (Honister 92)
5 Alan Dorrington (Planet X)
6 Niall Pattinson (Bike Bank)
7 Gavin Slack (Beacon Wheelers)
8 Karl Mason (Clitheroe Bike Club)
9 Allastair Moffat (Cockermouth)
10 Giles Perkins (North Cheshire Clarion)

Youth
1 Michael Hall (Furness Future Flyers)
2 Brady Stone (Cyclewise)
3 Christian Partridge (Penrith)
4 Lee Fallowfield (Penrith)

Under-12
1 Georgie Ball (Furness Future Flyers)
2 Barnaby Walkingshaw (Beacon Wheelers)
3 Adam Bent (Border City Wheelers)
4 Lewis Shield (Cyclewise)
5 Samuel Graham (Cyclewise)
6 Oliver Reay (Carlisle)


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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.

 

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