Road: Lichfield City Youth Races results

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Location: Curborough, near Lichfield
Event: 7 July 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports

Dozens of talented young riders from across the region came to the Curborough Sprint Track on Saturday for the fourth round of the Lichfield City CC youth circuit races.

Riders from a variety of clubs took part in categories ranging from Under-16s to Under-8s, and there was plenty of competitive racing taking place.


Youth A (Under-16s):
1 Christopher Welburn (Cycleshack-Forme Coaching)
2 Rob Harper (Aire Valley RT)
3 Thomas Lane (Stratford CC)
4 George Baker (Kings Cliffe Flyers)
5 Alex Copp (Lyme RC)
1 Annasley Park (NFTO)
2 Emma Price (Derby Mercury RC)

Youth B (Under-14s):
1 Louis Killworth (Welland Valley CC)
2 Charlie Cox (Lichfield City CC)
3 Ewan Grivell-Mellor (Mid Shropshire Wheelers)
4 Josef Feiven (Halesowen A&CC)
5 Daniel Minor (Lyme RC)
1 Georgia Hilleard (Wolverhampton Wheelers)
2 Phoebe Martin (Wolverhampton Wheelers)

Youth C (Under-12s):
1 Lewis Askey (Lichfield City CC)
2 Jacob Knight (Solihull CC)
3 Tom Durkin (Welwyn Wheelers)
4 Toby Barnes (Lichfield City CC)
5 Harrison Knight (Solihull CC)

Youth C Handicap:
1 James Ralph (Redditch R&PCC)
2 Callum Core (Lichfield City CC)
3 Lewis Askey (Lichfield City CC)

Youth D (Under-10s):
1 Edward Woodward (Coventry RC)
2 Adam Fortune (Kirklees Cycling Academy)
3 Daniel Barnes (Lichfield City CC)
4 Matthew Kingston (Lichfield City CC)
5 Connor Smith (Lichfield City CC)

Youth D Handicap:
1 Edward Woodward (Coventry RC)
2 Connor Smith (Lichfield City CC)
3 Matthew Kingston (Lichfield City CC)

Youth E (Under-8s):
1 Ben Askey (Lichfield City CC)
2 Nathan Fortune (Kirklees Cycling Academy)
3 Otto Chilton (Derby Mercury RC)
Girls: Fay Garner (Welland Valley CC)

Youth E Handicap:
1 Fay Garner (Welland Valley CC)
2 Ben Askey (Lichfield City CC)
3 Otto Chilton (Derby Mercury RC)

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.