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Ten Series Results Tables after 8 Events

July 18th, 2018

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Ten Series Div1-2 after 8 Events
Ten Series Div3-4 after 8 Events

P182C 10m TT 17/07/2018 Ten Series No 8

July 18th, 2018
Div 1
1Ben Boardman00:24:3724.415
2Sacha Ring00:25:4023.414
3Ray Claridge00:26:0922.913
4Stewart Ward00:26:5022.412
Div 2
1Robert Veal00:26:4522.415
2Richard Parker00:27:172214
3Richard Mason00:27:3721.713
4Phil Harris00:28:1521.212
5Bob Dowling00:28:372111
6Russell Wynn00:29:2920.410
Div 3
1Phil Jones00:28:5920.715
Div 4
1Catherine Pascoe00:32:3018.515
2Bob Jolliffe00:33:3117.914
3Chris Mills00:34:4617.313
4Noreen Henderson00:37:5315.812
1Alex Hawkes00:27:0022.2Unattached
2Phil Guy00:28:4120.9North Shropshire Whs
3Chris Summers00:32:1018.7Sotonia CC
4Amanda Hawkes00:37:0916.2Unattached

Velothon Wales report and open TT roundup

July 13th, 2018

A report posted on Facebook by member Phillip Harris. A team qualification of NFCC riders and a number of NFCC individual entries completed the event.

2018 Velothon Wales 140K Team Race Championship Male & Mixed.

“Delighted to report that the NFCC came an impressive 8th out of 268 teams at Velo Wales. Well done to the 4 club riders who scored points. Lyndon Thompson, Neil Stevenson, Raymond Claridge and Phillip Grant  considering that Ray dropped a chain, Lyndon had a flat tyre and Phil was on the edge of heatstroke that’s quite a performance.”

Phillip Harris, Matt Cafferky, Adam Conti, Bill Mayes, Robert and Matt Veal also rode the Velothon, but didn’t qualify for the team standing. Matt reported that the team were actually only 20 seconds off 6th place.

Several NFCC riders rode the Poole Wheelers 10. Catherine Pascoe (26.48), Bob Jolliffe (26.08) Stuart Peckham (21.57) and Antony Green (20.07).

Weekly ‘open’ round up 5th July

July 5th, 2018

On Wednesday 28th June Bob Jolliffe rode the Wessex VTTA 15 mile championship in a time of 40:21 for 20th place. Antony Green recorded 31:07 to take 4th place, all the Wessex male vets being bested by Sarah Matthews on plus time.

On the 1st July Richard Parker rode the Jubilee 25 and just missed getting under the hour in 1:00:09.

On 3rd July, Bob rode the Reading CC 25 in 1:11:15.

On 4th July Ben Boardman rode the a3crg 25 in a time of  54.12 for 35th place  Antony Green rode the same event in 51:00, 4th on standard and 13th overall.

Bob Jolliffe grabs two Transplant Games medals

June 26th, 2018

Report from Bob himself:

New Forest CC’s 65-year-old veteran Bob Jolliffe has just returned from the European Transplant and Dialysis Games in Cagliari, Sardinia clasping two medals.
Bob said: “I went fairly well, though no gold medal.
“It was silver in 5km tt and silver in the road race, reduced from a very short 20km to a miniscule 14km!
“I was happy about the road race, but less so the time trial, which I could not settle into.
“I was pleased to get the medal, but not about my time, which was 9mins .03secs and just over a minute behind Alain Fossard of France (7-59).
“Alain is a big powerful rider. A typical roleur. Last year in the Transplant Worlds in Malaga the course had a hill at each end and I beat him by .1 of a second, but this year in the European Games, the course suited him more, being absolutely pan flat with salt lagoons and pink flamingoes on the south side of the road, whereas I might have stood a chance against him if there had been a slope or two.
“Because of time limits on the road closure for the road race the field was condensed into two fields with the races both shortened.
“The first race was for 40 to 59-year-olds. The second brought together the women, 20-year-old males, 30-year-old males and 60-plus year-old males.
“It was fast from the off. I had to work hard to get into the second group of seven or eight relative youngsters, plus Alain Fossard.
“There were another two riders already up the road, Dutchman Tim Hartman and UK and Northern Ireland’s Ottilie Quince. Soon another teammate, William Black from Edinburgh rode up to them to make three.
“I maintained my position in the group until the last kilometre when I managed to pull my foot out of the right pedal on the last turn and lost a couple of seconds which stretched into a four second lead on the line for Alain.
“I overtook William in the last 500 metres and he ended up with bronze in the 30 to 39 age group.
Ottilie, who owns a cycle shop in Majorca, took second overall and was first woman in the race, two seconds ahead of Alain. By then she had been outdistanced by Tim Hartman.
Relevant road race times:
Tim Hartman, Gold, men age 30-39, 22-48; Ottilie Quince, Gold, women, 30-39, 23-37; Alain Fossard, Gold, men 60-69, 23-39; Bob Jolliffe, silver, men 60-69, 23-43; William Black, men 30-39, 23-46; Giorgi Arduino (Italy), bronze, men 60-69, 26-30.

Weekend ‘open’ round up 24th June

June 25th, 2018

Ray Claridge did a 1:51:59 in the Blazing Saddles 50. That’s likely to be an NFCC Vet overall record and certainly makes him club 50 champion. Stuart Peckham and Kevin King were DNS.

Antony Green managed to get 2nd overall and 1st on standard in the Wessex VTTA 10 championship with a 20:10. Catherine Pascoe recorded 27:29. Official results still awaited.


Follow this link NFCC 2018 Events Calendar for all this year’s events. The PDF download includes details of all the club time trials and contact details for Margaret in order to ring up on the day and reserve a start slot (NFCC members before midday, non members after midday).   For the Training Blog, with details […]


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Ten Series Results Tables after 6 Events


P128 10m TT 22/05/2018 Ten Series No 6


Ten Series Results Tables after 4 Events


P164 10m TT 1/05/2018 Ten Series No4 and Inter club competition with Sotonia CC


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