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Road: Geoghegan-Hart wins Eagle RC event

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Eagle RC Spring Circuit Races
Location: Redbridge Circuit, London
Event: 31 March 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports


FRESH from his victory in the opening round of the National Junior Series (pictured), Tao Geoghegan-Hart continued the winning habit in the feature race of Eagle RC’s Sprint Circuit meeting at Redbridge.

The 17-year-old CC Hackney talent powered home ahead of Adam French (East London Velo) – continuing a run of near misses with his third second place of the year – after 75 minutes of racing on the East London circuit ahead of the promoting club’s Bryan Crump.

Edward Farnell (Cambridge CC) won the supporting third and fourth category race with Edmund Bradbury (Cambridge University CC) in ninth place shortly after claiming victory in the preceding fourths-only event.

Results:

E/1/2/3:
1 Tao Geoghegan Hart (CC Hackney)
2 Adam French (East London Velo)
3 Bryan Crump (Eagle RC)
4 Chris Moores (Norwood Paragon CC)
5 Nic Hutchings (CS Grupetti)
6 Craig Anderson (Blackhawk Bikes)
7 Owen Lake (Cambridge cC)
8 Harry Franklin (Stevens-bikes.co.uk)
9 Tom Fitzpatrick (Iceni Velo)
10 Philip Hersey (Eagle RC)

3/4:
1 Edward Farnell (CC Cambridge)
2 Paul Ratcliffe (Victoria-Ciclos Uno)
3 Colin Ward (Essex Roads CC)
4 Gunther Zechmann (Zappi’s CC)
5 Neal Mackintosh (London Phoenix)
6 Luke Hattersley (St Ives CC)
7 Tom Bishop
8 Jack Finch (PM Racing)
9 Edmund Bradbury (Cambridge University CC)
10 Will Hedden (Glade CC)

4th Cat:
1 Edmund Bradbury (Cambridge University CC)
2 Frazer Harper (unattached)
3 Peter Mallison
4 Tom Starmer (Velo Schils)
5 Rupert Davies
6 Huberney Diaz (Rollapaluza CC)
7 Luke Walton
8 Livio Nannetti (Eagle RC)
9 Daniel Gildsmith (Velo Schils)
10 Willem De Boer (Cambridge 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.

 

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