Road: Third Aberdeen win for climber Cowie

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Location: Cairn Mon Earn, Stonehaven
Event: 15 September 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports


Winner in 2009 and 2010, Liam Cowie (Pedal Power-Endura) made it three victories in the Aberdeen & District CA Hill Climb Championship – by the narrowest of margins.

The 22-year-old, from Aberdeen, completed the 2.4-km ascent of Cairn Mon Earn in 3-53 to win by a single second from 17-year-old Craig Wallace (Granite City RT), whose excellent effort secured both the senior and junior Association titles.

Results:

E/1/2/3/4:
1 Liam Cowie (Pedal Power-Endura) 3:53
2 Craig Wallace (Granite City RT) 3:54
3 David Anderson (Deeside Thistle CC) 4:06
4 Dan Whitehead (Ballter CX) 4:10
5 Veli-Matti Raikkonen (Granite City RT) 4:10
6 Stuart Stirland (Edinburgh RC) 4:18
7 Mike Fletcher (Aberdeen Wheelers) 4:26
8 Bob Cowie (Aberdeen Wheelers) 4:37
9 Ali Watt (Granite City RT) 4:42
10 Wotjic Kosciouski (Ythan CC) 4:43
11 Ian Grant (Deeside Thistle CC) 4:44
12 Chris Tudorache (Granite City RT) 4:45
13 Laurent Schirrer (Deeside Thistle CC) 4:49
14 Danny Headly (Discovery Juniors) 4:52
15 Brian Duncan (Granite City RT) 4:54
16 Mike Cooper (Deeside Thistle CC) 5:00
17 Julie Erskine (Aberdeen Wheelers) 5:04
18 Andrew Turner (Deeside Thistle CC) 5:11
19 Calum Spencer (Deeside Thistle CC) 5:21
20 Mark Heady (Activ Cycles) 5:21
21 Malcolm Young (Deeside Thistle CC) 5-32
22 John Hunter (Aberdeen Wheelers) 6:25
23 Jill Prabucki (Deeside Thistle CC) 6:31
Junior:
Craig Wallace
Veteran:
Bob Cowie
Youth:
Danny Headly
Woman:
Julie Erskine


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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