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Cross: Barnes shows his form in Hull win

Cross: Barnes shows his form in Hull win

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Location: Costello Stadium, Hull
Event: 4 September 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports

Showing strong early-season form, under-23 Nick Barnes (www.zepnat.com RT-Kuota-Spinergy Clothing) rode away from the rest of the field to win the City RC (Hull) floodlit cyclo-cross at Costello Stadium.

The Leeds 19-year-old stretched away to a 52-second victory over senior Gavin Hardwicke (Fossa Racing), who in turn narrowly held off veteran Matt Denby (Team Jewson-Thule) by just four seconds in a tight scrap for second place.

In the youth race there was victory for Liam Gilpin (Wakefield Junior Tri Club), who crossed the line 19 seconds ahead of Nathan Allatt (Holme Valley Wheelers), with third-placed Ben Wait (Lincsquad) more than two minutes further back.

Oliver Downes (Active/Cliff Pratt Cycles) won the Under-12s race, while Olivia Fox (East Bradford CC) was fastest of the girls.


1 Nick Barnes (www.zepnat.com RT-Kuota-Spinergy Clothing) 37-50
2 Gavin Hardwicke (Fossa Racing) at 52 sec
3 Matt Denby (Team Jewson-Thule) at 56 sec
4 Chris Barnes (www.zepnat.com RT-Kuota-Spinergy Clothing) at 1-58
5 Pete Fielding-Smith (Wilsons Wheels)
6 Richard Baldwin (Bike Box Alan)
7 Nathan Wilson (Wilsons Wheels)
8 Rob Powell (Richardsons CC)
9 Ben Lawson (Dalby Bike Barn)
10 John Galway (Keswick Bikes)

1 Liam Gilpin (Wakefield Junior Triathlon Club) 2-22
2 Nathan Allatt (Holme Valley Wheelers) at 19 sec
3 Ben Wait (Lincsquad) at 2-29
4 James Quigley (City RC Hull)
5 Joe Faichney (City RC Hull)
6 William Faickney (City RC Hull)

1 Oliver Downes (Active/Cliff Pratt Cycles)
2 Luke Quigley (City RC Hull)
3 George Waite (BC Private Member)
Girl: Olivia Fox (East Bradford CC)

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