BC West Thames Youth Races
Location: Hillingdon Cycle Circuit, Hayes, Middlesex
Event: 7 September 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports
A consistent winner on the track, Tom Sefton (Palmer Park Velo) added his first road circuit victory of the season when he took the under-16 honours in Thames Velo’s youth races at Hillingdon.
In the girl’s race, it was Welwyn Wheeler Sophia Chastell who crossed the line first ahead of Prestige VC’s Anna-Marie Hughes.
There was a good representation of winning clubs across the age groups with Hillingdon Slipstreamers the most successful as Charles Page and Kate Shelton collected an under-14 boys and girls double which was backed up by victories for Becky Surridge and Abigail Old in, respectively, the under-12 and under-10 girls.
The under eight winner for the boys was Joseph Hadsley (Bedfordshire Road CC) with Carys Lloyd (San Fairy Ann CC) snatching victory in the girl’s race.
1 Tom Sefton (Palmer Park Velo)
2 Aiden Woolven (Sutton CC)
3 Hugo Cauvas (Prestige VC)
4 Connor Woodford (Willesden CC)
5 Joshua Murphy (Hillingdon Slipstreamers)
6 Joseph Linehan (Palmer Park Velo)
1 Sophia Chastell (Welwyn Wheelers)
2 Anna-Marie Hughes (Prestige VC)
3 Ella Buckroyd (Hillingdon Slpistreamers)
1 Charles Page (Hillingdon Slipstreamers)
2 Carl Jolly (Hillingdon Slipstreamers)
3 Alex Cross (Oakley Pedallers)
1 Kate Shelton (Hillingdon Slipstreamers)
1 Irfan Zamman (Bigfoot Go-Ride)
2 Alexi Edwards (Welwyn Wheelers)
3 Owen Williams (Lee Valley Youth CC)
1 Becky Surridge (Hillingdon Slipstreamers)
1 Kye Lewis (Willesden CC)
2 Billy Gilbey (VC Londres)
3 Elliot Moreve (Hillingdon Slipstreamers)
1 Abigail Old (Hillingdon Slipstreamers)
1 Joseph Hadsley (Bedfordshire Road CC)
2 Jed Smithson (Hillingdon Slipstreamers)
3 Daniel Lloyd (San Fairy Ann CC)
1 Carys Lloyd (San Fairy Ann CC)
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