Road: Brady takes victory in latest Suffolk Series race

Road: Brady takes victory in latest Suffolk Series race

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Location: Trinity Park, Ipswich, Suffolk
Event: 12 June 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports

Soham teenager Kieran Brady (City Cycle Centre) won the opening round of the Suffolk Cycle Race Series, staged at Trinity Park in Ipswich this week.

The 18-year-old, who placed third in a round of the Lotus League last month, took the win ahead of VC Revolution rival Oliver Edwards, the 17-year-old who is equally at home on a mountain bike and has been best junior at two rounds of this season’s Eastern MTB XC Series.

Meanwhile, another teenager, Neon Velo’s James Jobber from Colchester, took third spot to complete the podium.

Fastest of the women was Tanya Griffiths, who led a one-two for Ipswich BC with her team-mate Georgie Pymer taking second, while Colchester Rovers CC rider Julie Guymer was third.

And in the Go Race event there was also a one-two, this time for Team Terminator with Frank Longstaff taking the win and Mitch Powell second, ahead of James Jackson (Colchester Rovers) in third.


Regional C+:
1 Kieran Brady (City Cycle Centre)
2 Oliver Edwards (VC Revolution)
3 James Jobber (Neon Velo)
4 Mike Smith (Colchester Rovers)
5 Kevin Curtis (Stowmarket & Dist CC)
6 Nathan Miller (Team Zenith)
7 Rob Lewis (Ipswich BC)
8 Gavin Carter (Autostrasse Porsche RT)
9 Mark Weston (Stowmarket & Dist CC)
10 Jaroslaw Kobylinski (Ipswich BC)

1 Tanya Griffiths (Ipswich BC)
2 Georgie Pymer (Ipswich BC)
3 Julie Guymer (Colchester Rovers CC)
4 Erica Howe (VC Norwich)

Go Race:
1 Frank Longstaff (Team Terminator)
2 Mitch Powell (Team Terminator)
3 James Jackson (Colchester Rovers)

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