Road: Craigie sprints to victory in the Munlochy Women’s Road Race

Road: Craigie sprints to victory in the Munlochy Women’s Road Race

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Location: Munlochy, Highlands
Event: 25 August 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports

Current National Elite mountain bike women's champion, Lee Craigie (Cannondale Racing), sprinted out of a seven-woman breakaway group to claim victory in the Munlochy Women’s Road Race in the Highlands.

On a rolling course riders set out to complete 5.5 laps of an 8.5 mile circuit making a total distance of 50 miles.

After two laps a winning breakaway of eight women broke clear of the peloton and were never seen again.

Coming up to the finish the break had swelled to seven and they sprinted up the final climb where Craigie, aged 34, from Inverness won by a bike length.

Taking in second place was Chloe Fraser, from Dingwall and in third place was Mona Petrie (Deeside Thistle CC).


1 Lee Craigie (Cannondale Racing)
2 Chloe Fraser (Deeside Thistle CC)
3 Mona Petrie (Deeside Thistle CC)
4 Gabriella Nordin (Pedal Power RT)
5 Peggy Series (Edinburgh RC)
6 Polly Tandy (Deeside Thistle CC)
7 Laura Nicolson (Moray Firth CC)
8 Penelope Philips (Moray Firth CC)
9 Katy Boocock (unattached)

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British Cycling would like to thank the organising team, officials and everyone else who helped promote this event. Our sport could not exist without the hundreds of people, many of them unpaid volunteers, who put in many hours of hard work running events, activities and clubs.