Road: Another win for Gibb in Imperial Winter Series

Road: Another win for Gibb in Imperial Winter Series

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Location: Hillingdon Cycle Circuit, London
Event: 29 December 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports


Prolific race winner Tony Gibb (Metaltek-Scott) notched up his fourth victory in the Imperial RT Winter Series at the Hillingdon circuit in London on Saturday.

The 36-year-old has now won all but one of the E123 races in the popular Series. This time, Gibb held off 19-year-old Ben Sumner, the Beeline Bikes rider from Pangbourne near Reading, while third spot went to Phil Holloway (Southend Wheelers).

In other races, 16-year-old talent Jake Coward (Rapha Condor CC) took victory in the Third Cat race, holding off veteran rivals Steve Atkinson (Southdown Bikes) and Simon Oxenham (VC10) for the win.

And in the Fourth Cat race, 22-year-old Londoner James Walsby (Catford CC)took victory ahead of Sigma Sport’s Chris Cater.

The Imperial Winter Series continues on New Year’s Day with round six at Hillingdon.

Results:

E123

 

1st

y 36

Tony Gibb

Metaltek - Scott

1

2nd

y 39

Ben Sumner

Beeline Bikes RT           

2

3rd

y 17

Phil Holloway

Southend Wheelers

2

Neon-Velo Prime

 

1st

y 6

Daniel Tamplin

Aylesbury CC

2

2nd

y 57

Mike Knight

VC Meudon

2

3rd

y  22

Tom Smith

Felt-Colbornes RT

E

         

3rd Cat

 

1st

w 65

Jake Coward

Rapha Condor CC

3

2nd

w 39

Steve Atkinson

Southdowns Bikes CC

3

3rd

w 27

Simon Oxenham

VC10

3

Neon-Velo Prime

 

1st

w 25

Neil Wass

TMG Horizon RT

3

2nd

w 27

Simon Oxenham

VC10

3

3rd

w 65

Jake Coward       

Rapha Condor CC   

3

         

4th Cat

 

1st

r 57

James Walsby

Catford CC

4

2nd

r 126

Chris Cater   

La Fuga – Sigma Sport

4

3rd

r 37

Patrick Drury

Kingston Wheelers CC

4

Neon-Velo Prime

 

1st

r 37

Patrick Drury

Kingston Wheelers CC

4

2nd

r 126

Chris Cater

La Fuga – Sigma Sport

4

3rd

r 76

Giles Porter

London Dynamo

4

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