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TT: Goldsworthy wins Forres 25

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Forres CC 25-Mile TT
Location: Forres, Moray
Event: 5 May 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports


In-form Sandy Wallace Cycles rider Silas Goldsworthy took his second victory in two days as he won Sunday’s Forres CC 25-Mile time trial.

The 26-year-old Balerno racer was a clear winner, stopping the clock at 53:58, two minutes and 43 seconds quicker than second-placed Brian Widdison (Moray Firth CC). Veteran Mark Ewing (West Lothian Clarion) was third and top lady was Julie Erskine (Granite City RT).

This stunning win comes on the back of Saturday’s win in the Bill Stuart Memorial 10 – a title which he has retained from last year.

It also comes hot on the heels of victory in the Corrieri Classic back in March and second place in the Tour of the Meldons.

Results:

1 Silas Goldsworthy Sandy Wallace Cycles S 0:53:58

2 Brian Widdison Moray Firth CC S 0:56:41

3 Mark Ewing West Lothian Clarion V 0:56:56

4 Callum Finlayson Forres CC V 0:57:57

5 Kenny Riddle Moray Firth CC V 0:58:21

6 Gavin Shirley www.Dooleys-Cycles.co.uk S 0:58:24

7 Andy Cowie Moray Firth CC V 0:58:32

8 Gregor Grant Moray Firth CC V 0:59:27

9 Gareth Luce Moray Cycle Racing Team S 0:59:44

10 Charles Fletcher Cairngorm CC S 1:00:35

11 Allan Sutherland Caithness CC S 1:00:45

12 Dave Harter Forres CC V 1:00:46

13 Kevin Lackie Moray Cycle Racing Team V 1:00:50

14 John Grant Moray Firth CC V 1:01:17

15 Paul Black Elgin CC V 1:01:31

16 Keith Smith Glasgow Wheelers CC S 1:02:46

17 Roger Sewell Ross-shire RCC V 1:02:52

18 Anne Murray Moray Firth CC FV 1:03:57

19 Garry Russell RAF CC S 1:04:18

20 Hector Nicolson Moray Firth CC V 1:04:23

21 John Cummings Deeside Thistle V 1:07:31

22 Julie Erskine Granite City RT F 1:09:44

 

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