Road: McCallum takes the honours in Glasgow

Road: McCallum takes the honours in Glasgow

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Location: Bellahouston Leisure Centre, Glasgow
Event: 9 March 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports

Scottish road race champion James McCallum (Rapha Condor JLT) led in a four-man front group to take the honours in wet and windswept conditions which saw the feature race cut from an hour to 45 minutes on the Bellahouston Park circuit in Glasgow.

McCallum, 33, who sandwiched the race between a 50-mile ride from and back to his Edinburgh home, got the better of Craig Adams (GJS Racing Team) and Andy Whitehall (Velo Ecosse) in the final sprint ahead of the fourth man in the break, Callum Wilkinson (Bicycle Works), with a gap of a minute to Douglas Shaw (Bicycle works) who distanced himself from the rest in the closing stages.

By contrast, riders in the supporting 40-minute race enjoyed dry weather with victory going to Scottish mountain bike squad junior Iain Paton (Ben Wyvis CC), who broke away towards the end to score an impressive solo win ahead of four chasers who included leading woman, Eileen Roe (Breast Cancer Care Team).


1 James McCallum (Rapha Condor JLT)
2 Craig Adams (GJS Racing Team)
3 Andy Whitehall (Velo Ecosse)
4 Callum Wilkinson (Bicycle Works)
5 Douglas Shaw (Bicycle Works)
6 Kevin Barclay (Bicycle Works)
7 Angus Gillies (Bicycle Works)
8 Rab Wardell (Trek/Alpine Bikes)
9 Ian Sim (Paisley Velo RT)
10 Tom Evans (Ben Wyvis CC)

1 Iain Paton (Ben Wyvis CC)
2 To be confirmed
3 Graeme Neagle (Glasgow Wheelers)
4 George Robert (VC Glasgow South)
5 Eileen Roe (Breast Cancer Care Team)
6 Gerald Grant (GJS Racing Team)
7 Gordon Plenderleith (East Kilbride RC)
8 Katie Archibald (City of Edinburgh RC)
9 Stuart Grady GJS Racing Team)
10 Anne Ewing (Breast Cancer Care Team)

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