Location: Thurso, Highland
Event: 14 July 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports
Securing his second win of the day, Calum Irvine (Cairngorm CC) was fastest in the final round of the Caithness Festival of Cycling, the 11-mile hilly Loch Calder time trial.
Irvine’s 28-08 gave him a winning margin of 13 seconds over Gregor Grant (Moray Firth CC), but it wasn’t quite enough to secure the overall title as fourth place in 28-41 saw veteran Callum Finlayson (Forres CC) retain a 40-second advantage on aggregate times across the three events.
Chloe Fraser (Deeside Thistle CC) was fastest woman in all three events to take the overall win.
1 Calum Irvine (Cairngorm CC) 28-08
2 Gregor Grant (Moray Firth CC) 28-21
3 Andrew MacLeod (Caithness CC) 28-28
4 Callum Finlayson (Forres CC) 28-41
5 Charles Fletcher (Cairngorm CC) 28-48
6 Allan Sutherland (Caithness CC) 30-01
7 Mike Gordon (Cromarty Firth CC) 30-10
8 Garry Russell (RAF CA) 30-16
9 Thomas Deas (Moray Firth CC) 30-19
10 John O’Donovan (Deeside Thistle CC) 30-25
1 Chloe Fraser (Deeside Thistle CC) 33-35
2 Lorna Stanger (Caithness CC) 34-39
3 Kara Griffiths (Deeside Thistle CC) 36-05
Youth: Thomas Deas (Moray Firth CC)
Veteran on standard: John O’Donovan
Overall (3 events)
1 Callum Finlayson 1-50-43
2 Calum Irvine 1-51-23
3 Charles Fletcher 1-53-20
Woman: Chloe Fraser 2-10-03
Youth: Edward Fletcher (Cairngorm CC) 2-04-50
Veteran on standard: Alasdair Washington (Caithness CC)
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