TT: Goldsworthy on top in Blairdrummond


Location: Blairdrummond, Stirlingshire
Event: 15 July 2012
Report: Snowdon Sports

After his win in the previous day’s Ian Walls Memorial 10, Silas Goldsworthy (Sandy Wallace Cycles) proved he is equally adept at longer distances when he won the Scottish Veterans TTA Pinky Williams Trophy in Stirlingshire on Sunday.

The 26-year-old from Edinburgh clocked 1-03-59 to take victory by 16 seconds in the 30-mile race at Blairdrummond, with Royal Navy and Royal Marines CA rider Sean Childs taking second.

Sandy Wallace Cycles enjoyed a great performance in the event, with Alan Thomson and Peter Ettles finishing third and fourth with 1-05-03 and 1-06-01 respectively.


1 Silas Goldsworthy Sandy Wallace S 1:03:59
2 Sean Childs RNRMCC V 1:04:15 +0:15:38
3 Alan Thomson Sandy Wallace S 1:05:03
4 Peter Ettles Sandy Wallace V 1:06:01 +0:15:32
5 Graham Cockburn Glasgow Wheelers V 1:07:49 +0:13:30
6 Nick Tryon RNRMCC V 1:09:10 +0:10:43
7 Derek McMillan St Christophers CC 1:10:00 +0:12:25
8 D Warwick Deeside Thistle V 1:10:44 +0:11:02
9 R Johnstone Glasgow Couriers V 1:11:03
10 Kevin Lackie Moray CRT V 1:11:24 +0:10:22
11 Neil Milton Auchenrow Thistle V 1:12:16 +0:08:50
12 Steve Couper Glasgow United S 1:12:58
13 Derek Stewart Deeside Thistle V 1:13:42 +0:17:48
14 Steve Beech Sandy Wallace C V 1:14:01 +0:10:59
15 Graham Jones Edinburgh RC V 1:14:28 +0:06:51
16 Bud Johnstone Glasgow Couriers V 1:14:48
17 Alan Solway Kennoway RC V 1:15:02 +0:09:58
18 Mike Ferguson Johnstone Wheelers 1:16:06 +0:07:15
19 Douglas Kirkham Musselburgh RCC V 1:16:40 +0:04:39
20 Tony Nugent East Kilbride C V 1:17:16 +0:04:17

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.