Result/Report: Bournemouth Arrow Good Friday 10

Julian Jenkinson (Contra la Montre) surprised himself by winning the Bournemouth Arrow Good Friday 10. 

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Never a fan of the shorter distances, the former BBAR recorded 21.08 on the Bulbery-Upton course in Dorset.

Another former winner of the British Best All Rounder competition, Gary Dighton (Poole Wheelers), finished 16 seconds down on Jenkinson. Dighton’s team mate, Andy Buddle is in good form, claiming third place WITH 21.33 in a competitive field. Sixty eight year old, Terry Icke backed up Dighton & Buddle to give Poole Wheelers the team award.

A sharp frost made it “chilly” for the early starters but the bright sunshine and calm conditions produced a few “PBs”. Claire Day (Born to Bike) started her season with a win, her 24041 giving her the ladies prize. Julian Thacker (VC ST Raphael) was one of a couple of riders who lost time when the emergency traffic lights turned red to give a fire engine access at Holes Bay. Poole Wheelers junior, Harrison Fielding was looking strong but suffered an asthma attack and was forced to pack.

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Provisional top 10
1. J JENKINSON 21.08
2. G DIGHTON 21.24
3. A BUDDLE 21.33
4. T ALLIBAN 21.37
5. D PICKERING 21.40
6. M BURDEN 21.45
7. B DYER 21.49
8. T ICKE 21.54
9. J GILFILLAN 22.04
10. G LOCK 22.21


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