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Victory for Craig McKee at Thurlaston Time Trial

Steve Carpenter 13th Apr, 2016 Updated: 27th Oct, 2016

CYCLING: CRAIG McKee returned to form at the right time by recording a new personal best finish on his way to winning the Thurlaston 10-mile Time Trial.

Conditions were cold and miserable for participants at the K11/10T course on April 6 with strong winds and rain making it difficult to clock fast times, although the head win on the outward five-mile stretch gave riders a fast run on the return leg.

McKee completed the fastest course in the Midlands in a time of 21 minutes and 21 seconds, while Dave Elliott (22.15) came second and Eliot Blundell (22.18) finished third.

There was however bad news for Phil Scott who was unlucky to experience a steering breakage at the start of the race just one yard into his ride and he was unable to finish.

Full Results.

Craig McKee (21.21), Dave Elliott (22.15), Eliot Blundell (22.18), Peter Wright, (22.30), Jonathan Cottingham (22.40), Andy Craig (22.57), Luke Pugh (23.16), Shin

Braich (23.20), Jim Lacey (23.21), David Kimberley (23.37), Richard Wayman (23.43), Ben Atkinson (23.45), Mike McCann (23.59), Karl Eveleigh (24.06), Rob Stilgoe

(24.07), Dean Mason (24.21), Ben Robson (24.30), Jason Baggett (24.33), Sean Shields, (24.35), Dave Orbinson (24.37), Paul Thurman (24.39), David Gillett (24.41), Andrew Boon (24.47), Russell Green (24.58), Barrie Mitchell (24.59), Patrick Weir (25.51), Anthony Smith (26.07), Brian Haycock (26.45), Tony Johnson (27.19), Caroline Read (27.47), Howard Beale (28.14), Lisa Melvin (28.40), Eric Burke (30.10), Graham Woodcock (31.57), Phil Scott (DNF).

Club Handicap:

Paul Thurman (18.09), Ben Robson (19.00), Shin Braich (19.20).

Private Entries:

Naomi Leugs (36.08).

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