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Road: Moulder sprints to Dunsfold win

Road: Moulder sprints to Dunsfold win

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Location: Dunsfold Park, Surrey
Event: 21 June 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports

Steve Moulder (Dorking CC) sprinted to his first ever victory in round seven of the fourth category series at Dunsfold Park.

Moulder, 45, from Dorking went one better than his second place finish in round three of the same series to take the win.

Coming home in second place was Paul Sweeny from Mayfield and in third place was Brian Costello (Redhill CC).


1 Steve Moulder Dorking CC 01:16:30
2 Paul Sweeny InGear Quickvit Trainsharp
3 Brian Costello Redhill Cycling Club
4 Alan Miles Redhill Cycling Club
5 Stuart Taylor Private Member
6 Kris Rush VC Meudon
7 Tom Shrimpton Cycleworks
8 Matthew Halvatzis Addiscombe CC
9 Neil James Dorking CC
10 Richard Wild Private Member
11 Richard Fish Kingston Wheelers
12 Michael Hancock Dorking CC
13 Ben Voller Twickenham CC
14 Barry Fowler Redhill Cycling Club
15 Andrew Burbidge Epsom CC
16 Dominic Maxwell Worthing Excelsior
17 Massimo Conforti Dulwich Paragon CC
18 Paul Batchelor Charlotteville CC
19 Jon Wren Sotonia
20 Dan Atkins Didcot Phoenix
21 J Paphits Cranleigh CC
22 Jonty Tacon Brighton Mitre
23 Sam Evans Dulwich Paragon CC
24 Adam Leech Cranleigh CC
25 Jason Coledoagh Team Velo Sportive
26 Ian Murray VC10
27 Paul Evans Dorking CC
28 Leeson Medhurst Redhill Cycling Club
29 Feargal Coffey Charlotteville CC
30 Pat Wright Kingston Wheelers
31 Daniel Fagg Brighton Mitre
32 James Horan Southdowns Bikes
33 Bernie Spannge HBSH
34 Christophe De Becaer VC10
35 Rich Harper Kingston Wheelers
36 Eva Nyirenda Festival RC
37 Nigel O'Brien Brighton Mitre
38 Tony Wells Epsom CC
39 Steven Green Thames Velo @ 1 lap
39 Andy Holley Norwood Paragon
39 Mark Carogan Charlotteville CC

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