Result: Hatherleigh Woman’s Road Race

Jennifer Holden of the Brother UK sponsored  Fusion RT Veloperformance team wins the Hatherleigh Woman’s Road Race in Devon

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Result: Hatherleigh Woman’s Road Race

The benign spring like weather brought out the best that women’s racing can offer with attacks aplenty on the 8 lap race over a 12 km circuit to the east of the Devon market town. With primes midway through the second, fourth and eight laps there was plenty of competition to be first across the line.

On the first 3 primes it was Claire Steels who was the winner ahead of Georgina Panchaud. Next time Steels was lengths ahead of Gabriella Shaw. On the final prime Steels was only inches ahead of Shaw. The final prime went to Jennifer Powell.

Despite the lure of the primes and the attacks the bunch left the circuit for the run into the finish line more of less intact. The long drag to the finish line on the town’s by-pass saw gaps opening and as they passed the 200 years to go flag 6 riders were well clear crossing the line 20 seconds ahead of the next sextet.

The organising South West Road Race Work Group of British Cycling were well satisfied with the race and have plans to expand this race in future years.
Ken Robertson, organiser
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Result
1 Jennifer Holden – Fusion RT Veloperformance 100 km in 2 hrs 40 mins 8 secs
2 Alicia Speake – Cycle Team on Form
3 Claire Steels – Fusion RT Veloperformance
4 Gabriella Shaw – NJC Biemme/Echelon
5 Jennifer Powell – NJC Biemme/Echelon
6 Kerry Middleton – Sigma Sports/Threo
all same time

7 Lauren Dolan – Team Breeze
8 Jennifer Hudson – Fusion RT Veloperformance
9 Georgina Panchaud – Bianchi Dama
10 Natasha Reddy – Team Vision – Innovative Leisure
11 Fiona Redding – Fusion RT Veloperformance
12 Fiona Hunter-Johnston – Fusion RT Veloperformance
all @ 20 seconds

13 Gemma Sargent – Cycle Team on Form
14 Jenny Corser – Mid-Devon CC/Colin Lewis Cycles
15 Elizabeth Hughes – Sigma Sports
all @ 36 seconds

16 Sarah King – Bianchi Dama @ 49 seconds
17 Madeline Howden – Team Vision – Innovative Leisure
18 Bethan Stubbs -– Bianchi Dama
19 Bethany Taylor – Bianchi Dama
20 Juliet Elliot

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