Time Trial: McGarrity moves up for Stirling Win

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Location: Cambusbarron, Stirling
Event: 14 April 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports


Tenth last year, Gerry McGarrity (Inverclyde Velo) stepped up to take the honours in horrendously wet and windy conditions for Royal Albert CC’s early-season 10-mile time trial on the Cambusbarron course in Stirling.

McGarrity, who went over a minute quicker than 12 months earlier despite the weather, finished with a winning margin of 13 seconds over Nick Tryon (Dooleys Cycles) with third place going to Mark Ewing (West Lothian Cycles) in 22-09.

Ythan CC's Fiona Duncan, a tandem pilot with GB's paracycling team who raced at the London 2012 games, took a clear victory in the women's category with 23-34, more than a minute ahead of the next closest female, Victoria Hunter (Sandy Wallace Cycles) with 24-48.


Result:

1 Gerry McGarrity (Inverclyde Velo) 21-20
2 Nick Tryon (Dooleys Cycles) 21-32
3 Mark Ewing (West Lothian Clarion) 22-09
4 Iain Elliott (West Lothian Clarion) 22-36
5 Keith Anderson (Pro Am Cycles) 22-40
6 Jeremy Greengrass (Vortex RT) 22-49
7 Steve Brennan (Pro Am Cycles) 22-564
8 Paul McLafferty (Glasgow Ivy CC) 23-02
9 Andrew Kilpatrick (Team Right Move Windows) 23-02
10 Graham Barron (Glasgow RC) 23-10

Woman: Fiona Duncan (Ythan CC) 23-34

Youth: Stuart Turvey (Sandy Wallace Cycles) 24-13


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