City RC (Hull)/Vive Le Velo (Cheques to G Backshall) (Series 4 of 4)(70 riders max)(automatically entered from round 1)

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  • Date: 31-Jul-19
  • Time: 19:00
  • Distance: 10 Miles
  • Course: v714
  • Closing Date: 21-Jan-19 23:59
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Duggleby and Dean top the field again in East Yorkshire

  • Published: 04 Aug 19
  • Written By: Frazer Snowdon
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Adam Duggleby

Amanda Dean and Adam Duggleby found themselves atop the podium once again on the V714 circuit as both won the City RC 10-mile open event near Gilberdyke, East Yorkshire on Wednesday evening.

The V714 circuit hosted City RC’s ten-mile time trial for the fourth and final time as part of their City RC (Hull)/Vive Le Velo series.

34-year-old Adam Duggleby (Vive Le Velo) clocked the only time under the 20-minute mark to secure his fourth victory in the series’ four rounds.

A time of 19-34 may have been his slowest of the four events but the Leeds-based rider was more than a minute ahead of second place on this occasion.

The top three featured the same names as round three, but this time David Brearley (Squadra RT) moved up from third to second, splitting the Vive Le Velo pairing of Duggleby and Darren Yarwood.

Amanda Dean

Brearley finished in 20-45 in second which is his highest placing across the series.

Yarwood’s time of 21-02 meant third place for the third time across the four events.

Much like Duggleby, in the women’s category Amanda Dean (Hull Thursday RC) claimed all four winners spots in the series.

Dean clocked her second fastest time of the four rounds of 26-39 and finished in 30th which would be her highest overall placing in the series.

Jennifer Lynn (Selby CC) was equally as consistent but couldn’t bridge the gap Dean had held her at for the whole series.

Lynn crossed the line in her series best time of 28-39; a new personal best on open event record across ten miles. Julie Swindin (City RC) was third in 33-14.

C4 paracyclist Nicholas Fairfield (City RC) was only 13 seconds shy of his open event personal best time on record in 24-02 matching his time of the penultimate round but he rose six spots to 16th for his best placing of the joint series.

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