Location: Abernyte, Scotland
Event: 28 September 2013
Report: David Martin/Snowdon Sports
Photo: Katie Gallagher
It was a perfect day with early morning fog being driven off by the sunshine before racing started on the three-mile course at Abernyte.
Twenty riders took to the start to compete in the Dundee and District Hill Climb championship.
Barry Wilson (Dundee Thistle) defended his title with a course record of 9:42, helped by the still day and perfect conditions.
A strong challenge was mounted by Russell Duncan (COG Velo) with 10:04 but he was pipped to third by Johnny Graham (Team Right Move) with 10:00.
Best lady was Julie Erskine (Granite City RT) with 11:06. Fastest Junior was Finn Harrod (Discovery JCC) with 10:29, the same time as the fastest youth A, Danny Hedley (Discovery JCC). Youth B champion was Andrew Merry (Discovery JCC) in a time of 12:19.
The organisers would like to thank Commissaire, Brian Sproul, all the volunteers and to Perth and Kinross Council for the use of the Abernyte Primary School grounds.
1 Barry Wilson Dundee Thistle RC 3 00:09:42
2 Johnny Graham Team Right Move 4 00:10:00
3 Russell Duncan COG Velo 4 00:10:04
4 Joe McMillan Team Right Move 4 00:10:27
5 Finn Harrod Discovery JCC J 00:10:29
6 Danny Hedley Discovery JCC YA 00:10:29
7 Neil Scott Dundee Thistle RC 3 00:10:35
8 Mark Munro Cairngorm CC 4 00:10:45
9 Peter Flick Angus Bike Chain 4 00:10:55
10 Joseph Varga City RC (Hull) YA 00:10:55
11 Francis Chesters Unattached NM 00:11:02
12 Julie Erskine Granite City RT L2 00:11:06
13 Paul Petrie COG Velo 4 00:11:10
14 Alistair Merry Discovery JCC YA 00:11:19
15 Euan Rose Unattached YA NM 00:11:24
16 Enitan Ollisanya COG vel NM 00:11:29
17 Charlie Swan Perth United YA 00:11:37
18 William Harrod Discovery JCC NM 00:11:38
19 Andrew Merry Discovery JCC YB 00:12:19
20 Nathan Wilson Dundee University 4 00:12:40
21 Nicholas Johnston Dundee Thistle RC 4 00:12:48
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