Road: Jones wins in Great Orme Circuit Races

Road: Jones wins in Great Orme Circuit Races

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Location: Llandudno, Conwy
Event: 29 September 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports

Holyhead’s Alex Jones (4 Star Racing) took victory in the senior men’s race at the Great Orme Circuit Races, staged on Sunday at Llandudno by Rhos on Sea CC.

The 25-year-old, who has finished in the top five of two rounds of the K-Tape Series this season, took his first victory of the season, beating Team Elite rival Daniel Blackwell to victory, while Jordan Bason (MG Maxifuel) was third.

Team 22 duo Jennifer Edwards and Sarah Rose secured a one-two in the women’s race, while Claire Munton (Vegetarian C&AC) completed the podium in third.

And in the youth races, Jack Billyard (Swindon RC) took the win, with fastest Under-14 being Harry Hardcastle (Kirklees Cycling Academy).

See below for more youth results!


Senior Men:
1 Alex Jones (4 Star Racing)
2 Daniel Blackwell (Team Elite)
3 Jordan Bason (MG Maxifuel)
4 Ryan Bevis (NFTO)
5 Michael Harrison (4 Star Racing)
6 Stephen Williams (Team Wallis CHH)
7 John Findley (Bill Nickson Cycles)
8 Richard Rees (Ystwyth CC)
9 Gareth McGuinness (Energy Cycles)
10 Gwyn Lovibond (Rhyl CC)

1 Jennifer Edwards (Team 22)
2 Sarah Rose (Team 22)
3 Claire Munton (Vegetarian C&AC)
4 Sarah Griffiths (Manchester Wheelers)
5 Bethany Coupland (Mid Shropshire Wheelers)
6 Joanne Street (Manchester Wheelers)


Under-16s: Jack Billyard (Swindon RC)
Under-14s: Harry Hardcastle (Kirklees Cycling Academy)
Under-12s: Ben Lewis (VC Melyd)
Under-10s: Sam Hall (Lyme RC)
Under-8s: Ion Oldfield (Clwb Beicio Mynydd)

Under-16s: Hetty Niblett (Mid Shropshire Wheelers)
Under-14s: Ellie Russell (SportCity Velo)
Under-12s: Elena Shaw (Maindy Flyers)
Under-10s: Niamha Albones (Liverpool Century RC)
Under-8s: Caitlin Loveless (Hillingdon Slipstreamers)

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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.