Month: February 2018

Beastway South Winter Series r3

FINAL SERIES STANDINGS NOW ADDED – below

Huge thanks to all from Bigfoot and Vicious Velo who helped with our course build. Here’s the sight that greeted us at 8:15 when we got going with the pins and tape on the arena area. It was a perfectly still misty morning with a light rime of frost.

Frosted_Misty_morning

We’d had to make more than a few changes to the course that now included two sections through a wetlands area that’s being reinstated where the lake used to be.

Overall race winner Matthew Webber came through all the seniors in his six laps, having started around a minute behind in his veteran category. Andrew Snowball was first senior and takes the series win. Michael Ward wins the juniors’ series. Michael Vance in the vets and grand vet David Watkinson run out series winners. The under 16 Youth series winners Charlotte McGreevy and Thomas Knowler again did their thing. Honorable mention to our very own Jesse Bains and his stag party!

We have enjoyed our time at Beckenham Place Park and the last thing on the day was to clear-up and then place signs saying that our temporary trails are now closed.

Make a date in your diary for the original Beastway series on 9 Wednesdays from 2 May – 27 June. Same format but it’s warm! Racing starts at 7pm for u12s and 7:30 for seniors, with youths joining later.  Our venue at Hog Hill (IG6 3HP) offers challenging terrain and we change the course every week.
Here’s where to enter https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/events?series_id=595

Beastway Winter Series at Beckenham Place Park in Lewisham
Round 3 – 17 Feb 2018
Seniors
winner: 1:07:42
Pos Bib Last Name First Name Category Time Gap Lap 1 Lap 2 Lap 3 Lap 4Lap 5 Lap 6
1 27 SNOWBALL Andrew SenM 1:07:42 10:15 10:51 11:07 11:47 11:41 12:02
2 17 DAVIES Robert SenM 1:09:44 2’03” 10:50 11:18 11:36 11:47 12:04 12:08
3 89 SMITH Nathan ExpM 1:15:08 7’27” 11:41 12:20 12:38 12:38 12:55 12:56
4 97 BAGLEY David SpoM 1:05:31 -1 lap 11:49 12:59 13:56 13:42 13:06
5 98 SKILTON Richard SenM 1:11:45 -1 lap 13:28 13:48 14:38 14:37 15:13
6 62 LAU Anthony SpoM 1:13:08 -1 lap 13:16 14:32 14:17 14:51 16:13
7 96 BENTON Nick SenM 1:04:25 -2 laps 14:44 15:41 16:17 17:43
8 94 VOLNEY Paschal SpoM 1:06:10 -2 laps 16:01 15:44 16:23 18:01
9 91 ISHADESHIR Avi SenM 1:07:01 -2 laps 14:51 17:44 17:24 17:03
DNF 93 LEACH James SpoM 11:19 12:12 13:19 12:46
DNF 4 BAINES Luke SpoM 29:42

JunM (Men)
1 6 WARD Michael JunM 1:04:47 16:50 16:03 16:01 15:52

Veterans
winner: 1:02:41
Pos Bib Last Name First Name Category Time Gap Lap 1 Lap 2 Lap 3 Lap 4Lap 5 Lap 6
1 90 WEBBER Matthew VetM 1:02:41 12:07 9:39 10:01 10:25 10:05 10:24
2 8 BAINES Jesse VetM 1:12:52 10’11” 13:24 11:29 11:51 11:56 11:48 12:23
3 30 VANCE Michael VetM 1:15:25 12’45” 14:04 11:47 11:57 12:12 12:37 12:47
4 61 BOSTOCK Jim VetM 1:15:39 12’58” 13:24 11:52 12:18 12:19 12:38 13:08
5 82 DOROGHAZI Gabor VetM 1:03:25 -1 lap 13:55 11:51 12:14 13:01 12:24
6 42 MALONE James VetM 1:03:25 -1 lap 13:43 11:59 12:07 12:42 12:54
7 92 RIMMER Duncan VetM 1:06:06 -1 lap 14:25 12:29 12:51 13:04 13:17
8 7 WATKINSON David GVetM 1:08:36 -1 lap 14:10 12:11 15:44 13:25 13:06
9 21 GIBBENS Michael VetM 1:09:03 -1 lap 15:32 13:34 13:11 13:23 13:23
10 33 1:10:07 -1 lap 15:23 13:02 14:00 13:38 14:04
11 37 GRUNFELD Rob VetM 1:10:43 -1 lap 14:04 18:33 12:24 13:04 12:37
12 12 JAGO Neil VetM 1:10:47 -1 lap 15:24 13:13 13:41 14:08 14:21
13 29 LEWEY Richard GVetM 1:14:14 -1 lap 15:11 13:50 14:09 14:49 16:15
14 1 BARLOW Philip VetM 1:14:48 -1 lap 15:52 13:45 14:37 15:14 15:19
15 99 REID Winston VetM 1:13:53 -2 laps 18:21 17:48 18:50 18:54
16 924 WARD Gary GVetM 1:11:45 -3 laps 23:55 23:55 23:55
DNF 81 GREGORY Sam VetM 21:13

Youth & Juveniles
(joined after approx 13′ of the seniors’ start)
winner: 51:28
Pos Bib Last Name First Name Category Time Gap Lap 1 Lap 2 Lap 3 Lap 4
1 87 KNOWLER Thomas YouM 51:28 12:15 12:09 12:52 14:12
2 964 OWEN Harry YouM 53:36 2’08” 13:11 13:17 13:34 13:34
3 88 GRUNFELD Albert YouM 52:14 -1 lap 15:46 16:26 20:02
4 2 BARLOW Frederick JuvM 56:54 -1 lap 16:14 16:26 24:15

YouF (Women)
winner: 52:52
Pos Bib Last Name First Name Category Time Gap Lap 1 Lap 2 Lap 3 Lap 4
1 70 MCGREEVY Charlotte YouF 52:52 12:39 13:25 13:24 13:23

Our Under 12s again saw a smart race by Mak Larkin who paced himself well and locked out the three rounds series with a full 60 points.  In the u12 women there was a series-decider going on between Tulsi Bakrania who was 2 points ahead of Esme Wiley going into the last round. Esme pulled out a lead only in lap three, so coming in with top points advantage meant she took the series win.

In the u10s it was mister consistency Benji Au who took the series, but Finlay Goodman took his second win with womens’ series winner Lola Arnold second in their race.

Beastway Winter Series at Beckenham Place Park in Lewisham
Round 3 – 17 Feb 2018
Under 12
winner: 11:40

Pos Bib Last  First Name Category Gender Time Gap Lap 1 Lap 2 Lap 3 Lap 4
1 818 LARKIN Mak U12 Men 11:40 2:57 2:57 2:53 2:53
2 827 WILEY Esme U12 Women 12:10 0’29” 3:08 3:08 2:56 2:58
3 823 BAKRANIA Tulsi U12 Women 12:36 0’55” 3:08 3:08 3:12 3:07
4 548 MCGREEVY Jude U12 Men 12:46 1’06” 3:08 3:08 3:18 3:13
5 817 BARLOW William U12 Men 14:01 -1 lap 4:45 4:45 4:31
6 355 WARD Hannah U12 Women 13:52 -2 laps 6:56 6:56
DNF 725 WALKER George U10 Men

Under 10 – started approx 1′ after u12s
winner: 09:33

Pos Bib Last Name First Name Category Gender Time Gap Lap 1 Lap 2 Lap 3
1 222 GOODMAN Finlay U10 Men 9:33 3:12 3:12 3:08
2 821 ARNOLD Lola U10 Women 11:47 2’15” 3:54 4:06 3:48
3 354 WARD Erin U10 Women 13:21 3’49” 4:20 4:20 4:41
4 822 AU Benjamin U10 Men 13:24 3’52” 4:33 4:33 4:19
5 348 JAGO Georgina U10 Women 13:24 3’52” 4:21 4:21 4:42
6 353 MEDLYN Connor U10 Men 13:45 4’12” 4:38 4:38 4:28
7 350 BIRCH Lewis U10 Men 14:00 4’27” 4:40 4:40 4:40
8 223 GOODMAN Oliver U10 Men 10:02 -1 lap 5:01 5:01
9 968 BOULTON Jacob U10 Men 12:28 -1 lap 5:45 6:43
10 349 JAGO Zara U10 Women 13:56 -1 lap 8:58 4:58

under 10 and under 12 FINAL SERIES RESULTS

R1_Bib First Name Last Name r1_points r2_points r3_points Total

under 12 Women
827 Esme Wiley 17 15 20 52
823 Tulsi Bakrania 14 20 17 51
616 Lucy Wollaston 15 17 32
619 Carys Lloyd 20 20
355 Hannah WARD 15 15
550 Beatrice Quaye 13 13
616 Lucy WOLLASTON 0

under 10 Women
821 Nola Arnold 17 20 20 57
349 Zara JAGO 17 14 31
348 Georgina JAGO 15 15 30
618 Anna Lloyd 20 20
354 Erin WARD 17 17

under 12 Men
818 Mak Larkin 20 20 20 60
817 William Barlow 11 9 15 35
548 Jude McGreevy 17 17 34
824 Thomas Bass 12 8 20
548 Jude MCGREEVY 17 17
819 Elliot MARSDEN 15 15
544 Owain Willams 15 15
220 Enzo STEWART 14 14
549 Charlie Yardy 14 14
541 Sammy Djelil 13 13
221 Gabriel ESTAY CLARK 12 12
828 Freddie NEATH 11 11
820 William MITCHELL 10 10
547 Joseph Spearmanoxx 10 10
346 Alexander PAYNE 7 7
224 Louis FRASER 6 6
225 Charlie RANDALL 5 5

under 10 Men
822 Benji Au 17 17 17 51
819 Lewis Birch 14 12 14 40
222 Finlay GOODMAN 20 20 40
545 Rafael Domjam 15 14 29
223 Oliver GOODMAN 11 13 24
620 Noah Smith 20 20
829 Eddie HADDOCK 15 15
353 Connor MEDLYN 15 15
350 Lewis BIRCH 14 14
617 Dylan Curzon 13 13
347 Oliver LORD 13 13
825 Harry Hunter 12 12
968 Jacob BOULTON 12 12
828 James Cook 11 11
546 Azai DOMJAN 10 10
539 Barnaby Smith 10 10

Points are awarded as follows:-
category win; 20, 2nd; 17, 3rd; 15, 4th; 14, 5th; 13 and so on to 0 points

SENIORS, VETERANS, JUNIORS AND YOUTH/JUVENILE SERIES RESULT

R1 BIB FIRST NAME LAST NAME CLUB if known r1 points r2 points r3 points Total
SENIOR MEN
080 Andrew Snowball VC Londres 14 17 20 51
017 Robert Davies London Dynamo 13 15 17 45
062 Anthony Lau Cyclehoop 5 9 12 26
074 Jake Moulson 12 14 26
036 Rob Parry Dulwich Paragon CC 11 13 24
19 Jules BIRKS 20 20
031 William Linton Sunday Echappée 20 20
043 Mark Shepherd Fruit 4 London 17 17
89 Nathan SMITH 15 15
069 Alastair Johnstone 15 15
97 David BAGLEY 14 14
98 Richard SKILTON 13 13
25 Richard MATHIE 12 12
96 Nick BENTON 11 11
80 James ROBB 11 11
94 Paschal VOLNEY 10 10
76 Alex ROBERTON 10 10
018 Rhodri Davies 10 10
067 Paul Domjan 2 8 10
91 Avi ISHADESHIR 9 9
003 Neil Dunn Pretorius Bikes 9 9
060 George Holdsworth 8 8
45 Graham PARKS 7 7
078 Alex Yardy Glendene 7 7
020 Christopher Ellis 6 6
015 Jacob Chambers Southend Wheelers 4 4
051 Ikpe Stephen Zarata 3 3
071 Adam Mine 1 1

SENIOR WOMEN
32 Beth HODGE 20 20
033 Holly MacMahon WXC World Racing 20 20
58 Adeline MOREAU 17 17
019 Charlotte Davies Btt LoulE/BPI/Elevis 17 17
44 Agata WOZIKA 15 15
032 Maeve Lynch 15 15

JUNIOR WOMEN
022 Georgina Haddock Summit MTB Club 17 20 37
085 Emily Knight Project Si 20 20

JUNIOR MEN
006 Michael Ward Herne Hill Youth CC 17 20 20 57
009 Kishan Bakrania Team Darenth 20 20
73 Brandon MIGIOLINI 17 17
69 Josh ROOPLAL

VETERAN MEN
065 Roger Maidment FSR 20 20 40
075 Michael Vance Dulwich Paragon CC 12 12 15 39
08 Jesse BAINES 15 17 32
040 Duncan Rimmer Morden Cycle Racing Club 9 11 11 31
061 Jim Bostock Activ 6 7 14 27
021 Michael Gibbens 7 5 10 22
90 Matthew WEBBER 20 20
42 James MALONE 8 12 20
082 Gabor Doroghazi Fruit 4 London 3 4 13 20
030 Benjamin Lewis Forest Side Riders 0 17 17
081 Robert Purcell Neon Velo 17 17
37 Rob GRUNFELD 9 8 17
048 Paul White WDMBC/Specialized Ruislip 15 15
011 Christopher Ball Hackney GT 0 14 14
056 Jack Curzon London Phoenix 14 14
49 Mark PERRY 13 13
055 Philip Murrell Finsbury Park CC 13 13
076 Dan Justin 5 6 11
052 Nikolay Kostadinov Zarata 11 11
35 Mattias KUNZ 10 10
077 Peter St Amour 10 10
001 Phillip Barlow 2 2 6 10
072 Matthew Eley 8 8
038 Nigel Pearce 4 3 7
12 Neil JAGO 0 7 7
99 Winston REID 5 5
066 Adam Coffman HubVelo 1 1
14 Mike HIGGINS 1 1

VETERAN WOMEN
035 Helen McKay Les Filles Queen of the Mountains 20 20
046 Morag Taylor 17 17

GRAND VETERAN WOMEN
008 Abigail Armstrong Eastbourne Rovers CC 20 20

GRAND VETERAN MEN
007 David Watkinson Army Cycling Union 17 20 20 57
029 Richard Lewey Crystal Palace Triathletes 14 17 31
79 Graham Pentney Mad Cow Racing 20 20
068 Simon Clawson Dulwich Paragon CC 15 15
924 Gary WARD 15 15
045 David Steele Eastbourne Rovers CC 13 13
028 Mark Jary VC Londres 12 12
013 Stephen Brown Team Darenth 10 10
054 Paul Champness Hadleigh MTB 9 9
023 Rob Haddock Summit MTB Club 8 0 8
049 Donald Wiley Handsling Racing 7 7
9 Andrew YALE

SUPER VETERAN MEN
047 Paul Warner Team Darenth 20 20 40

YOUTH MEN
87 Thomas KNOWLER 20 20
053 Joe Champness Hadleigh MTB 20 20
084 Rudy Knight LVYCC 17 17
964 Harry OWEN 17 17
88 Albert GRUNFELD 15 15

YOUTH WOMEN
070 Charlotte McGreevy WXC World Racing 20 20 20 60
034 Megan MacMahon WXC World Racing 17 17
059 Ella Baker 4T_Cyclopark 15 15

JUVENILE WOMEN
050 Emily Lines WXC World Racing 20 20 40
24 Molly NEATH 17 17

JUVENILE MEN
002 Frederick Barlow Lee Valley Youth Cycling Club 14 15 20 49
064 Yani Djelil Team Darenth 20 20 40
057 Piers Higginson Team Darenth 17 17
34 Milo SUMMERS 17 17
010 Shrish Bakrania Team Darenth 15 15
46 Harry OWEN 14 14
058 Daniel Lloyd LVYCC 13 13
083 Brody Knight LVYCC 12 12
024 Sammy Haddock Summit MTB Club 11 11

Points are awarded as follows:-
category win; 20, 2nd; 17, 3rd; 15, 4th; 14, 5th; 13 and so on to 0 points
in the event of a points tie, the latest round result counts higher

Huge thanks to all who took part  – especially the ones who enjoyed their racing. We hope to see you for our more usual Summer Series at Hog Hill on Wednesdays 2 May – 27 June

Here’s where to enter the series:
https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/events?series_id=595

Thank you to Lewisham for letting us play

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The way forwards with Beckenham Place

Beastway events have run for over 25 years in May and June. It’s a voluntary thing to organise open, accessible racing that is fast and fun. – Why limit this to one venue, one time of year? South London’s largest park at Beckenham Place came in the news and we approached Lewisham Council about this new venue where more activities are planned in a newly-widened offer for recreation. Getting the races on hasn’t been just a walk in the park for your organisers…

Properly-organised MTB XC racing takes a lot of work; usually it’s mostly to do with building the course and getting the correct result; but Beckenham Place is a sensitive new venue in the midst of a regeneration programme. We know about regeneration, having had to relinquish our beloved Eastway to go under the Olympic Park and our move to Hog Hill, which now sustains thanks in part to Beastway’s contribution. At Beckenham Place from November 2016 onwards we happily engaged in a year of planning and discussions about trails, ecology, the park setting, future plans, risk assessment and public liability insurance. Working closely with the parks management, the ecological officer, the council staff and the Friends of Beckenham Place Park we got the final go ahead for a winter series of racing on temporary trails. The clearing was ready to begin by October 2017.

Friends of the Park walked the complete route with us, together with the ecological officer as we agreed our method statement, where the trails would go and how the events would be run. The detailed route was marked with blue dots to gain final approval. Clearing through dense bramble cover along strictly agreed lines went ahead in November and December. As agreed with the Friends, no trees were taken out: Only holly and fallen, trailing or suckered branches could be cut back to allow passage along a narrow trail. Our routes were chosen to be well out of sight, not to interfere with the ecology or with other users of the park apart from on the open grassland sections where we’re joining with them for just an hour and a half each month.

From the events that have been held in December and January there are no lasting impacts on the ground that can be seen from pre-existing routes. Along the few existing path lines – not rights of way – there was always a burden of mud and the race passage along these sections has actually lightened the cover. Of course if people walk through, this imprints the smoothed surface and then standing water makes mud… The Friends were concerned about making marks on grassland in sight of the mansion, so we agreed routes along lines of trees and moved the start finish away from the mansion. There has been no poaching apart from one short section on Railway Field where there is London clay at the surface through which the grass has quickly regenerated. The new woodland sections vary – some are waterlogged by poor drainage, others are on clay – but the heaviest sections were deep under brambles and completely inaccessible anyhow.

In agreement with Lewisham the routes have been varied for each event. This has mainly been to do with the completely separate forestry operations which proceeded more quickly than expected. The third round on 17 Feb is taking a bypass around some sections of Ancient Woodland because the season is around four weeks in advance of its usual pattern (crocuses in mid January?!) and some spring growth is visible only because cleared brambles allow sight of growing shoots that would otherwise be hidden.

It should be noted that recreational amenity value is a key part of Ancient Woodland designation and our temporary trails close after 17 Feb to allow ground nesting birds, flora and fauna to get on with the spring. General public access to these listed areas goes on as other paths through the Ancient Woodlands of Summer House Hill Wood and the Ash Plantation near the railway footbridge remain open.

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Beckenham Place as it was in 1897 (link opens in new window)

Our short series has brought many new users to the park and been largely welcomed by the great majority of other park users we’ve met before, during and after each event. They welcome the events and wider activity. Our aim is to start more local riders coming regularly to ride and we are actively seeking to help set up a home club, whilst also working with the clubs nearby who’ve been very helpful (thanks, Bigfoot!). The very limited and tightly-focused reaction against any cycle sport in the park probably supposes that cycling is not a legitimate activity in public realm. It conflates our activity with the closure of the golf, the changes that Lewisham is bringing to the park and it goes on to cynically criticise plans to bring running, orienteering, open water swimming, BMX, skate, adventure play, plus many other new active pursuits to the park simply because these are not what the park used to offer. London has many parks but very few of them have such wide appeal and we know from talking to people in the park that they welcome this initiative. Lewisham has been funded to broaden the park’s appeal as a key part of the new offer around regenerated parklands that reinstate the mansion landscape and its wetland ecology, as well as making the park more accessible following a period of change which is actually aimed at bringing things back.

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Beckenham Place as it will be 
(link opens in new window)

Beastway events are properly run under the codes and insurance of British Cycling, the sport’s national governing body. This entails detailed risk assessments based on a thorough understanding of the sport and a substantial amount of public liability insurance with legal cover if needed.  None of this is possible without the full permission of the landowner. All are welcome to enter or to watch events that are run by experienced volunteers.

It’s been good to bring a Beastway offer to Beckenham Place, along with the cyclocross events when it was easier to stick with the open grass. We look forward to many more events as the permanent 5.2km mixed-use loop, cycle club and regular events across many sports can be brought forwards in the regenerated park with its heritage heart around the mansion and lake.

Thank you Lewisham for letting us play.

Winter Series standings

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As the trophies are readied, it’s time to look at the series standings.

Advance entry to Saturday 17 February’s third and final round closes on the evening of Tuesday 13 Feb. There is entry on the day, but if you’re in with a chance of an award it would help us to know you are coming.

EnterOnlineBtn   Third round online entry

Here are the series standings from our first two rounds;-

Points are awarded as follows:-
category win; 20, 2nd; 17, 3rd; 15, 4th; 14, 5th; 13 and so on to 0 points

R1 BIB LAST NAME FIRST NAME CLUB if known r1 points r2 points total
SENIOR MEN
080 Snowball Andrew VC Londres 14 17 31
017 Davies Robert London Dynamo 13 15 28
074 Moulson Jake 12 14 26
036 Parry Rob Dulwich Paragon CC 11 13 24
19 BIRKS Jules 20 20
031 Linton William Sunday Echappée 20 20
043 Shepherd Mark Fruit 4 London 17 17
069 Johnstone Alastair 15 15
062 Lau Anthony Cyclehoop 5 9 14
25 MATHIE Richard 12 12
80 ROBB James 11 11
018 Davies Rhodri 10 10
067 Domjan Paul 2 8 10
76 ROBERTON Alex 10 10
003 Dunn Neil Pretorius Bikes 9 9
060 Holdsworth George 8 8
45 PARKS Graham 7 7
078 Yardy Alex Glendene 7 7
020 Ellis Christopher 6 6
015 Chambers Jacob Southend Wheelers 4 4
051 Stephen Ikpe Zarata 3 3
071 Mine Adam 1 1

SENIOR WOMEN
32 HODGE Beth 20 20
033 MacMahon Holly WXC World Racing 20 20
019 Davies Charlotte Btt LoulE/BPI/Elevis 17 17
58 MOREAU Adeline 17 17
032 Lynch Maeve 15 15
44 WOZIKA Agata 15 15

JUNIOR WOMEN
022 Haddock Georgina Summit MTB Club 17 20 37
085 Knight Emily Project Si 20 20

JUNIOR MEN
006 Ward Michael Herne Hill Youth CC 17 20 37
009 Bakrania Kishan Team Darenth 20 20
73 MIGIOLINI Brandon 17 17

VETERAN MEN
065 Maidment Roger FSR 20 20 40
075 Vance Michael Dulwich Paragon CC 12 12 24
040 Rimmer Duncan Morden Cycle Racing Club 9 11 20
030 Lewis Benjamin Forest Side Riders 0 17 17
081 Purcell Robert Neon Velo 17 17
008 BAINES Jesse 15 15
048 White Paul WDMBC/Specialized Ruislip 15 15
011 Ball Christopher Hackney GT 0 14 14
056 Curzon Jack London Phoenix 14 14
061 Bostock Jim Activ 6 7 13
055 Murrell Philip Finsbury Park CC 13 13
49 PERRY Mark 13 13
021 Gibbens Michael 7 5 12
076 Justin Dan 5 6 11
052 Kostadinov Nikolay Zarata 11 11
35 KUNZ Mattias 10 10
077 St Amour Peter 10 10
37 GRUNFELD Rob 9 9
072 Eley Matthew 8 8
42 MALONE James 8 8
082 Doroghazi Gabor Fruit 4 London 3 4 7
038 Pearce Nigel 4 3 7
001 Barlow Phillip 2 2 4
066 Coffman Adam HubVelo 1 1
14 HIGGINS Mike 1 1

VETERAN WOMEN
035 McKay Helen Les Filles Queen of the Mountains 20 20
046 Taylor Morag 17 17

GRAND VETERAN WOMEN
008 Armstrong Abigail Eastbourne Rovers CC 20 20

GRAND VETERAN MEN
007 Watkinson David Army Cycling Union 17 20 37
79 Pentney Graham Mad Cow Racing 20 20
068 Clawson Simon Dulwich Paragon CC 15 15
029 Lewey Richard Crystal Palace Triathletes 14 14
045 Steele David Eastbourne Rovers CC 13 13
028 Jary Mark VC Londres 12 12
013 Brown Stephen Team Darenth 10 10
054 Champness Paul Hadleigh MTB 9 9
023 Haddock Rob Summit MTB Club 8 0 8
049 Wiley Donald Handsling Racing 7 7

SUPER VETERAN MEN
047 Warner Paul Team Darenth 20 20 40

YOUTH MEN
053 Champness Joe Hadleigh MTB 20 20
084 Knight Rudy LVYCC 17 17

YOUTH WOMEN
070 McGreevy Charlotte WXC World Racing 20 20 40
034 MacMahon Megan WXC World Racing 17 17
059 Baker Ella 4T_Cyclopark 15 15

JUVENILE WOMEN
050 Lines Emily WXC World Racing 20 20 40
24 NEATH Molly 17 17

JUVENILE MEN
064 Djelil Yani Team Darenth 20 20 40
002 Barlow Frederick Lee Valley Youth Cycling Club 14 15 29
057 Higginson Piers Team Darenth 17 17
34 SUMMERS Milo 17 17
010 Bakrania Shrish Team Darenth 15 15
46 OWEN Harry 14 14
058 Lloyd Daniel LVYCC 13 13
083 Knight Brody LVYCC 12 12
024 Haddock Sammy Summit MTB Club 11 11

Points are awarded as follows:-
category win; 20, 2nd; 17, 3rd; 15, 4th; 14, 5th; 13 and so on to 0 points

 

R1_Bib Last Name First Name Category Gender r1_points r2_points Total

under 12 Women
823 Bakrania Tulsi U12 Women 14 20 34
827 Wiley Esme U12 Women 17 15 32
616 Wollaston Lucy U12 Women 15 17 32
619 Lloyd Carys U12 Women 20 20
550 Quaye Beatrice U12 Women 13 13

under 10 Women
821 Arnold Lola U10 Women 17 20 37
618 Lloyd Anna U10 Women 20 20
349 JAGO Zara U10 Women 17 17
348 JAGO Georgina U10 Women 15 15

under 12 Men
818 Larkin Mak U12 Men 20 20 40
548 McGreevy Jude U12 Men 17 17 34
817 Barlow William U12 Men 11 9 20
824 Bass Thomas U12 Men 12 8 20
819 MARSDEN Elliot U12 Men 15 15
544 Willams Owain U12 Men 15 15
220 STEWART Enzo U12 Men 14 14
549 Yardy Charlie U12 Men 14 14
541 Djelil Sammy U12 Men 13 13
221 ESTAY CLARK Gabriel U12 Men 12 12
828 NEATH Freddie U12 Men 11 11
820 MITCHELL William U12 Men 10 10
547 Spearmanoxx Joseph U12 Men 10 10
346 PAYNE Alexander U12 Men 7 7
224 FRASER Louis U12 Men 6 6
225 RANDALL Charlie U12 Men 5 5

under 10 Men
822 Au Benjy U10 Men 17 17 34
545 Domjam Rafael U10 Men 15 14 29
819 Birch Lewis U10 Men 14 12 26
222 GOODMAN Finlay U10 Men 20 20
620 Smith Noah U10 Men 20 20
829 HADDOCK Eddie U10 Men 15 15
617 Curzon Dylan U10 Men 13 13
347 LORD Oliver U10 Men 13 13
825 Hunter Harry U10 Men 12 12
828 Cook James U10 Men 11 11
223 GOODMAN Oliver U10 Men 11 11
546 DOMJAN Azai U10 Men 10 10
539 Smith Barnaby U10 Men 10 10

Points are awarded as follows:-
category win; 20, 2nd; 17, 3rd; 15, 4th; 14, 5th; 13 and so on to 0 points