Early Season Road Race 3 (County Cycles)

Road , Llanelli – Sunday, 27 Apr 2014

Event Details

Event URN:

298138

Start Date:

Sun, 27th Apr 2014

Event Type:

Road (Competitive)

Venue:

Cross Hands Primary School, Carmarthen Road, Cross Hands, Llanelli, Dyfed, SA14 6SU
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Entry close date

Sun, 6th Apr 2014

The Races

Date Start Race name Classification Band Rider Cat Race length
27/04/14 14:00 E/1/2/3 - 90 km National B Band 3 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Elite 90km / 56 miles
27/04/14 14:05 3/4 - 70 km Regional B Band 4 3rd, 4th 70km / 43 miles

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Race E/1/2/3
Date Start Classification Band Rider Cat
Sun 27/04/14 14:00 National B Band 3 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Elite
Entry: Postal: (£26.00), On Day: (£30.00)
Race E/1/2/3
Sun 27/04/14 - 14:00
Classification: National B
Band: Band 3
Rider Cat: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Elite
Entry: Postal: (£26.00), On Day: (£30.00)
Race 3/4
Date Start Classification Band Rider Cat
Sun 27/04/14 14:05 Regional B Band 4 3rd, 4th
Entry: Postal: (£26.00), On Day: (£30.00)
Race 3/4
Sun 27/04/14 - 14:05
Classification: Regional B
Band: Band 4
Rider Cat: 3rd, 4th
Entry: Postal: (£26.00), On Day: (£30.00)

Scott Davies wins Early Season Road Race in Wales

Posted 28/04/2014 - Tina Holt

Scott Davies of Madison Genesis took a solo victory on his home roads of Carmarthenshire, breaking away from the leading group of six riders on the bell lap.

After a fast start to the race the six broke clear half way through the first of eight laps on the rolling Drefach circuit. The break consisted of Davies, Hugh Wilson (NFTO), James Phillips (Dream Cycling), Zack May (Metaltek Kuota) and 16 year old Olympic Development Programme rider Joe Holt, who was also on home roads flying the flag for promoting club County Cycles Racing Team.

The break worked well together and pulled out a lead of around 1-20 on the bunch. There were several attempts to get across as the bunch quickly disintegrated on the heavy roads.

Three riders eventually got clear of the chasing group – Ben Simmons (Wiggle), Lee Williams (Gateway Racing) and John Holt (County Cycles RT). The 3 riders got to within 40 seconds at the bell but up the road Davies had already put in his big attack on the finish climb.

Davies pulled away from the break and was the lone winner, putting 1-20 into the break by the finish. Scott is a guest rider for the GB Olympic Academy this season and the tough round of world class under 23 races are clearly paying off.

Hugh Wilson took the sprint from the rest of the break ahead of James Phillips, Joe Holt (first junior), Zack May and Ben Davies.

Another minute back Lee Williams finished strongest ahead of first veteran John Holt and Ben Simmons.

Olympic Champion Dani King of Wiggle Honda won the ladies prize finishing in the top 20 overall.

Results:

1 Scott Davies Madison Genesis 2.12.28
2 Hugh Wilson NFTO Pro Cycling at 1.20
3 James Phillips Dream Cycling st
4 Joe Holt County Cycles RT st
5 Zack May Metaltek Kuota st
6 Ben Davies BH Solidor at 1.25
7 Lee Williams Gateway Racing at 2.29
8 John Holt County Cycles RT st
9 Ben Simmons Wiggle at 2.35
10 Andrew Butcher Cwmcarn Paragon CC at 7.15
11 Hefin Price Private Member at 7.18
12 Steven Roach Private Member at 7.19
13 George Rose Cycle Coaching Wales at 7.24
14 Glyndwr Griffiths Artic Tacx RT at 10.42
15 Bev Humphries BH Solidor at 10.43
16 Justin Harcourt Urban Cyclery at 10.45
17 Courtney Rowe Cardiff Jif at 10.51
18 Dani King Wiggle Honda at 12.15
19 Gethin Llewelyn West Wales CRT st
20 Tom Grigson Bynea CC

 

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Confirmed Results

Race E/1/2/3

Position Name Club name Rider status Category Points
Results
1 Scott Davies Madison Genesis Finished Elite 30
2 Hugh Wilson NFTO Finished Elite 25
3 James Phillips Dream Cycling Finished 1st 21
4 Joe Holt County Cycles Racing Team Finished 2nd 17
5 Zachery May SportGrub KUOTA Cycling Team Finished 2nd 14
6 Ben Davis BH-Solidor-WAM Youth Finished 1st 12
7 Lee Williams Finished 2nd 10
8 John Holt County Cycles Racing Team Finished 2nd 8
9 Ben Simmons Team Wiggle Finished 2nd 7
10 Andrew Butcher Cwmcarn Paragon Cycle Club Finished 3rd 6
11 Hefin Price Finished 1st 5
12 Steven Roach Finished 2nd 4
13 George Rose Cycle Coaching Wales RT Finished 2nd 3
14 Glyndwr Griffiths Arctic Tacx RT Finished 2nd 2
15 Bevan Humphreys BH-Solidor-WAM Youth Finished 1st 1
16 Justin Harcourt Urban Cyclery Finished 2nd 0
17 Courtney Rowe Cardiff JIF Finished 2nd 0
18 Danielle King Wiggle Honda Finished Elite 0
19 Gethin Llewelyn West Wales Cycle Racing Team Finished 2nd 0
20 Thomas Grigson Bynea CC Finished 3rd 0
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Race 3/4

Position Name Club name Rider status Category Points
Results
1 Samuel Rees Cardiff JIF Finished 2nd 15
2 Stephane Pang Onit Cycle Finished 3rd 12
3 Andrew Turner NFTO Race Club Finished 2nd 10
4 John Williams TRCC (Towy Racing Cycle Club) Finished 3rd 8
5 Paul Hayward Finished 3rd 6
6 Callum Hutchinson Pembrokeshire Velo Finished 4th 5
7 Alexandre Touche Cwmcarn Paragon Cycle Club Finished 2nd 4
8 Rhys Jenkins Cwmcarn Paragon Cycle Club Finished 3rd 3
9 James Woodier Abergavenny Road Club Finished 3rd 2
10 Simon Smith Swansea University RT-LeisureT... Finished 3rd 1
11 Mark Hannifan Finished 4th 0
12 Hefin Evans Bynea CC Finished 2nd 0
13 Rhys Williams Swansea Wheelers CC Finished 4th 0
14 David Jenkins Onit Cycle Finished 4th 0
15 Andy Davies Cardiff JIF Finished 3rd 0
16 Nathan Taylor Finished 3rd 0
17 Simon Jenkins Cwmcarn Paragon Cycle Club Finished 3rd 0
18 Jeremy Rees Swansea Wheelers CC Finished 3rd 0
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