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Cycling - 23. April 2007.

Women's Festival of Racing - Results

Women's Festival of Racing - Results

It was a warm day at the Hillingdon Cycle Circuit, London on Saturday 21st April for the Women's Festival of Racing. The day consisted of a series of short races run by BC coach John Leitch interspersed with recovery time and some feedback from the coach.

Here are the results, we'll follow up soon with some comments and reports from the riders. Well done to SheCycles member Cara Coolbaugh for winning the Points and 10-lap races, you check out Cara's amazing photos on the SheCycles Gallery. Also congratulations to Harriet Owen, who is a junior rider and won the Open race, impressive as it was her first time racing with Senior Women.

Open race
1 Harriet Owen Palmer Park Velo
2 Trudi Sammons Reading CC
3 Angela Pike Wolverhampton Wheelers
4 Farah Azirar VC Godalming & Haslemere CC
5 Louie Robins Johns Bikes RT
6 Hannah Barnes Palmer Park Velo
7 Susan Wood Southend Wheelers
8 Hannah Reynolds Votwo.co.uk
9 Jen Ives Interbike RT

Points race
1 Cara Coolbaugh Cycling Plus 28pts
2 Alex Deck Chesterfield CC 27pts
3 Harriet Owen Palmer Park Velo 22pts
4 Annette McInnes CC Basingstoke 22pts
5 Hannah Barnes Palmer Park Velo 12pts
6 Tabitha Rendell Gravesend 6pts
7 Josephine Perry Agiskoviner 4pts

10-lap race for non-licenced riders and 4th cats
1 Cara Coolbaugh Cycling Plus
2 Alex Deck Chesterfield CC
3 Annette McInnes CC Basingstoke
4 Tabitha Rendall Gravesend
5 Elise Laverick Pearsons Cycles
6 Liz Wyllie Maldon CC
7 Mia Mead St Ives CC
8 Ali Barnes Pearsons Cycles
9 Beth Falkner St Ives CC

4-lap handicap race
1 Harriet Owen Palmer Park Velo
2 Hannah Barnes Palmer Park Velo
3 Elise Laverick Pearsons Cycles
4 Cara Coolbaugh Cycling Plus

4-lap scratch race
1 Harriet Owen Palmer Park Velo
2 Hannah Barnes Palmer Park Velo
3 Elise Laverick Pearsons Cycles
4 Alex Deck Chesterfield CC

Reproduced with kind permission of shecycles.com

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