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Road: Whorrall leaves it late for Hillingdon win

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Westerley CC Spring Criteriums
Location: Hillingdon Cycle Circuit, Hayes, London
Event: 13 April 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports


Under-23 Chris Whorrall capped a dominant performance by IG-Sigma Sport in the feature race of Westerley CC’s meeting at Hillingdon by taking victory in a three-up sprint after an hour of racing in rainy conditions on the West London circuit.

Whorrall’s team were involved in every move in the race, but nothing was allowed to stay away until the winner, his team-mate Peter Hawkins and Lewis Atkins (Pedal Heaven RT) broke clear with five laps to go and quickly established a lead of 20 seconds.

The gap grew to half a minute by the finish where Atkins appeared to have defied the numerical odds, only to be denied by a late push from Whorrall which gave the Manx rider the verdict by little more than a tyre’s width in the photograph.

Jake Hales and Matt Jones led in the rest in fourth and fifth places to complete an excellent afternoon for the Sigma Sport squad.

Local boy Jo Skelton (Look Mum No Hands) underlined his liking for the circuit by winning the supporting race for third and fourth categories at the main expense of Clive Nicholls (BC Private Member).


Results:

E123:

1 Chris Whorrall Team IG-Sigma Sport

2 Lewis Atkins Pedal Heaven RT

3 Peter Hawkins Team IG-Sigma Sport

4 Jake Hales Team IG-Sigma Sport

5 Matt Jones Team IG-Sigma Sport

6 Ryan Visser Redhill CC

7 Tony Lock Nuun-YB- London RT

8 Alex Peterson AW Cycles

9 Jerzy Kuminski High Wycombe CC

10 George Withers AW Cycles

11 Gavin Ryan London Dynamo

12 James Moss Team IG-Sigma Sport

13 Joe James Velosport

14 George Gori Nuun-YB- London RT

15 Phil Holloway Southend Wheelers

16 Steve Golla High Wycombe CC

17 Stuart Spies London Dynamo

18 James Local London Dynamo

19 Phil Barrett Nuun-YB- London RT

20 Josh Maynard Welwyn Wheelers

21 Graham Crowe Twickenham CC

22 Georgis Crouch VC Meudon

23 Lewis Modan East London Velo

24 Chris Grange LBRCC - Solgar

25 Vostech Blazejovsky Brixton Cycles


3/4 Cat:

1 Jo Skelton Look Mum No Hands

2 Clive Nicholls BC Private

3 Chris Denman West Drayton MBC/ Beyond

4 Neil Wass TMG Horizon

5 Anthony Morris CC Ashwell

6 Huberney Diaz Pretorius CC

7 James Freeman Dulwich Paragon

8 Vostech Blazejovsky Brixton Cycles

9 David Bird London Phoenix

10 Theo Doncaster CC Ashwell

11 Ewan Tuohy Catford Banks Equipe

12 Richard Jerome Willesden CC

13 Josh Mitchell Biscester Millenium

14 Steve Mahon East London Velo

15 Jeremy Honor Twenty3C

16 Cameron Woolsey CC Ashwell

17 James Di Rice High Wycombe CC

18 Stuart King LBRCC-Solgar

19 Jon Shillingford BC Private

20 Henry Farrell Welwyn Wheelers

21 Andrew Daniels Zappi CC

22 Wilf Sinclair Pearson CC

23 Richard Golding Twenty3C

24 John Woyton Glendene CC

25 Tim Lawns LBRCC-Solgar

26 Tom Beasley East London Velo

27 Simon Barnes London Dynamo

28 Nigel Buris St.Ives

29 Unidentified Wyndymilla

30 Jonny Revis Cowley Road Condors

31 Matt Halvatzis Addiscombe CC

32 Tim Butt Banbury Star CC

33 Will Houghton Hillingdon CC

34 Rob Cranstone GS Vecchi

35 Tamur Taimir London Dynamo

36 Andrew Harvey Kingston Wheelers

37 John Chapman CC Ashwell

38 Andrew Lowe Team MK

39 Peter Stuart BC Private

40 Russel Danckert CC Ashwell

41 Shane Townsend Westerley CC

42 Tim Childs Westerley CC

43 Rob Thatchmen Sydenham Wheelers

44 Kieran Barber Redhill CC

45 Paul Banner Kingston Wheelers

46 Ian McNally Westerley CC

47 Rory Havis St.Ives

48 Stuart Tillbrook LBRCC-Solgar

49 Michael Skipsey TMG Horizon

50 Akis Kolares London Dynamo

51 Unidentified

52 Ben Harwin St.Ives

53 Steve Vinning East London Velo

54 Will Grieg London Dynamo

55 James Graveuta BC Private

56 Mike Harris Twickenham CC

57 Luke Danckert CC Ashwell


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