TT: Second Scottish 50-mile title for Grant


Location: Irvine, Ayrshire
Event: 30 June 2013
Report: Snowdon Sports

Defending champion Iain Grant (Dooleys retained his Scottish 50-mile time trial title in windy conditions over a two-lap course based on Irvine, in Ayrshire

Adding to the 25-mile title he won three weeks ago, the 42-year-old Glasgow rider came back to the timekeeper in 1-46-53 for a margin of two and a half minutes over closest rival Silas Goldsworth (Sandy Wallace Cycles) with Sean Childs (Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA) taking third place in 1-50-47.

Grant also led Dooleys Cycles to the team title, Anthony Doyle and Gavin Shirley completing the scoring trio who had a margin of 48 seconds over Sandy Wallace Cycles.

Winner of the 10-mile championship in May, Anda-Jay Burgess (Sandy Wallace Cycles) claimed the women’s title in 2-04-51, beating veteran Christine McLean (Shetland Wheelers) by 31 seconds.

Later starters encountered a few showers, but the biggest obstacle was the wind which increased through the event to around 21mph by the finish although behind the riders on the longest 9.5-mile return stretch.


1 Iain Grant (Dooleys 1-46-53
2 Silas Goldsworthy (Sandy Wallace Cycles) 1-49-29
3 Sean Childs (Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA) 1-50-47
4 Anthony Doyle (Dooleys 1-52-23
5 Alan Thompson (Sandy Wallace Cycles) 1-52-36
6 Alan Mill (Sandy Wallace Cycles) 1-52-49
7 Jim Cusick (Glasgow Couriers CC) 1-53-42
8 Steven Cairns (Perth United CC) 1-53-50
9 Robert Carson (BC Private Member) 1-53-55
10 Gavin Shirley (Dooleys 1-54-46
Team: Dooleys 5-34-02

1 Anda-Jay Burgess (Sandy Wallace Cycles) 2-04-51
2 Christine McLean (Shetland Wheelers) 2-05-022
3 Toni McIntosh (Ayr Roads CC) 2-12-33
4 Lindsey Curran (Glasgow Couriers CC) 2-12-38
5 Catherine Logan (Walkers CT) 2-17-03
6 Lynne Wardrop (Ayr Roads CC) 2-18-28
7 Jennifer Nicoll (Fullarton Wheelers) 2-51-40
Team: Ayr Roads CC 4-31-01

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