Road: King rules in Teesside Criterium

Road: King rules in Teesside Criterium

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Location: Middlesbrough Cycle Circuit, Teesside
Event: 14 April 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports

Team Sportscover’s James King led in a five-man break to win the feature race of Teesside Clarion’s criterium meeting at Middlesborough Cycle Circuit.

King got the better of junior cyclo-cross international Adam Martin (Metaltek-Knights of Old RT) in the final sprint, with Craig Anderson (Blackhawk Bikes), Will Brown (Velo29) and Ben Hetherington (Dirtwheels Cycles) completing the leading group who were half a minute clear at the line where Simon West (Cycle Sense) took the bunch sprint for sixth place.


1 James King (Team Sportscover)
2 Adam Martin (Metaltek-Knights of Old RT)
3 Craig Anderson (Blackhawk Bikes)
4 Will Brown (Velo29)
5 Ben Hetherington (Dirtwheels Cycles)
6 Simon West (Cycle Sense)
7 Adam Robertson (
8 Alan Nixon (Blackhawk Bikes)
9 Scott Auld (Dirtwheels Cycles)
10 Paul Kirby (Cestria Cycles)

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