Road: Wood turns the tables at Cyclopark

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Location: Cyclopark, Gravesend, Kent
Event: 16 June 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports

Second on the same circuit a week earlier, Chris Wood (WyndyMilla-UK Youth) ended a run of near misses with victory in Surrey League’s race for second and third categories at the Cyclopark in Gravesend.

The 32-year-old, from Godalming, came in ahead veteran Marcus Brueton (Norwood Paragon CC) and under-23 Josh Lawless (Aprire Bicycles) – the winner the previous week – in a three-man break, 1-10 clear of a chasing quartet after 63 kilometres of racing.

In the supporting fourth category road race, Barny Willard (In-Gear Quickvit) took the win ahead of Nathan Howard (unattached), while High Wycombe CC’s Mary Evans won the women’s race.


1 Chris Wood (WyndyMilla-UK Youth) 1-36-16
2 Marcus Brueton (Norwood Paragon CC)
3 Josh Lawless (Aprire Bicycles) both same time
4 Rudy Marais (La Fuga – Sigma Sport) 1-10
5 Ralph de Kanter (Norwood Paragon CC)
6 Dean Corney (VC Meudon)
7 Michael Williams (Dulwich Paragon CC) all same time
8 Gavin Morton (Charlotteville CC) at 2-05
9 Jonathan Lewis (Charlotteville CC) at 2-06
10 Paul Sewell (Bigfoot CC) same time

1 Barny Willard (In-Gear Quickvit Trainsharp RT) 1-22-07
2 Nathan Howard (BC Private Member)
3 Len Delicaet (London Phoenix)
4 Gerald Moser (Rapha Condor)
5 Clive Weston (Greenwich Tritons)
6 Jonathan Potts (London Dynamo) all same time
7 Charles Westerby (Dulwich Paragon CC) at 27 sec
8 David Bird (London Phoenix) at 1-20
9 Daniel Simpson (Greenwich Tritons) at 2-10
10 Barry Dodd (Redhill CC) same time

1 Mary Evans (High Wycombe CC) 1-25-05
2 Sophie Johnson (Norwood Paragon CC)
3 Alexei Shaw (Dulwich Paragon CC)
4 Lydia Rodney (Kingston Wheelers) all same time
5 Charlotte Roberge (Dulwich Paragon CC) at 1 lap
6 Madeleine Brewster (Sky Velo)
7 Bernadette Henry (Greenwich Tritons)
8 Susan Freeburn (In-Gear Quickvit Trainsharp)
9 Katie Adams (Addiscombe CC)
10 Lisa Deefholts (Redhill 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.