Location: Thruxton Motor Circuit, Andover, Hampshire
Event: 13 July 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports
UNDER-23 Josh Yetman (Terra Footwear-Bicycle Line) improved from fifth the previous week to record his first win of the season in round six of the Andover Wheelers series at Thruxton.
The Taunton 22-year-old held off Ian Rees (Wilier-Live2Ride) and the consistent Anders Christensen (Pedal Heaven RT) – winner of the opening two rounds – in a reduced field for Friday’s race.
In the category three and four race, Richard Phillips-Schofield of Hantspol CC took first place with Army CU’s Will Hunt in second.
Rob Hogg of 1st Chard Wheelers won the under 16 race and the under 12 race was won by Caitlin Peters of Fareham Wheelers.
1 Josh Yetman (Terra Footwear-Bicycle Line)
2 Ian Rees (Wilier-Live2Ride)
3 Anders Christensen (Pedal Heaven RT)
4 Robert King (AW Cycles)
5 Chris Wood (WyndyMilla-UK Youth)
6 Rowan Horner (VC St Raphael)
7 Leon Marshall (RUTT)
8 James Wilson (Supernovacycles.co.uk)
9 Tavis Walker (Wilier-Live2Ride)
10 Scott Chappell (Behind The Bikeshed)
1 Richard Phillips-Schofield (Hantspol CC)
2 Will Hunt (Army CU)
3 Sam Arnold (SRAM CC)
4 David Scott (Behind The Bikeshed)
5 Jon Harris (CC Basingstoke)
6 Daniel Marks (Bristol RC)
7 Neil Procter (GWR Team)
8 Keith Scott (Farnborough & Camberley CC)
9 Oliver Pritchard (BC Private Member)
10 Edwin Puttock (SRAM CC)
1 Rob Hogg (1st Chard Wheelers)
2 Emily Hall (Andover Wheelers)
1 Caitlin Peters (Fareham Wheelers)
2 Vaughan Marris (Fareham Wheelers)
3 Alex Hall (Andover Wheelers)
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.