Road: Francis sprints to Dunsfold win

Road: Francis sprints to Dunsfold win

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Location: Dunsfold Park, Surrey
Event: 19 July 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports

Louis Francis (Watford Velo) sprinted to his first victory in only his second ever race at Dunsfold Park round 11.

Francis, aged 27, from Watford was the strongest from a front group of ten riders after the race had split with the largest group of 15 riders some 2 minutes 20 seconds behind.

Coming home in second place was Jamie Abbolt (Team Corridori) and in third place was Stuart Gardner from Basingstoke.


1 Louis Francis Watford Velo 01:11:40

2 Jamie Abbolt Team Corridori

3 Stuart Gardner North Hants RC

4 Dale Moran VC Meudon

5 Dominic Maxwell Worthing Excelsior

6 David Reynolds South Western RC

7 Mike Jack Dulwich Paragon CC

8 Michael Sullivan Maidenhead CC

9 Pat Wright Kingston Wheelers

10 Anthony Meager RG Active

11 Sean Papworth Private Member @ 0:06

12 Cameron Judson Kingston Wheelers

13 John Brame RG Active @ 0:07

14 Tim Page Private Member @ 0:18

15 Darryl Green Inverse @ 0:20

16 Glen Whittington Bike Science @ 2:20

17 Neil James Dorking CC

18 Gary Christopher Crawley Wheelers

19 David Nash Kingston Wheelers

20 Andy Little Private Member

21 Matthew Whitaker Kingston Wheelers

22 Tom Hough Dorking CC

23 Peter Farnfield Redhill Cycling Club

24 Keith Gandy VC Meudon

25 D Strudwick Team Velo Sportive

26 Massimo Conforti Dulwich Paragon CC

27 Adam Daniel Dulwich Paragon CC

28 Ian Parker Team Velo Sportive

29 Andrew Reeves VC Meudon

30 Feargal Coffey Charlotteville CC

31 Ronald Hicks VC Meudon

32 Michael Hancock Dorking CC @ 1 lap

32 Owen Duncan Redhill Cycling Club

32 Richard Fish Kingston Wheelers

32 Jamie Milbourn PMC Gatorade

32 Gez Reeves Crawley Wheelers

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