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Bib Cat Cat
Place
Lap1 Lap2 Total Speed Standard
Time
Std
Place
Speed
Points
Std
Points
Comment
1 41 Michael Storer 18-29M 1 0:53:25 0:07:49 1:01:14.6 43.2     101   PB
2 20 Stu Helm 30-39M 1 0:54:37 0:08:43 1:03:19.7 41.8     94    
3 35 Jon Gregg 40-49M 1 0:55:22 0:08:11 1:03:33.4 41.6 10:06 1 93 103  
4 31 Tom Barratt 40-49M 2 0:58:12 0:08:59 1:07:11 39.4 05:33 3 83 92  
5 36 Colin Rose 50-59M 1 0:59:43 0:09:29 1:09:12.1 38.2 06:00 2 78 92  
6 40 Dan Hayes 30-39M 2 1:00:41 0:09:23 1:10:03.7 37.8 02:26 6 76 85 PB
7 43 David McCallum 30-39M 3 1:00:39 0:09:37 1:10:16.3 37.7     75    
8 14 Rebecca Mackey 18-29F 1 1:02:21 0:09:15 1:11:36.2 37.0     72    
9 10 Ian Turner 50-59M 2 1:01:58 0:09:54 1:11:51.5 36.8 04:02 4 71 89 PB
10 39 Jason Rolfe 40-49M 3 1:02:48 0:09:43 1:12:30.9 36.5 01:08 8 70 82  
11 37 John Healy 50-59M 3 1:03:31 0:09:10 1:12:40.7 36.4 02:58 5 70 86  
12 28 Stuart Murray 30-39M 4 1:03:09 0:09:53 1:13:01.8 36.2 -00:32 9 69 79  
13 27 Andrew Candy 50-59M 4 1:05:31 0:10:03 1:15:34.4 35.0 -00:37 10 63 79  
14 26 Steff Van Amerongen 30-39F 1 1:05:45 0:10:14 1:15:58.4 34.8 01:45 7 62 83 PB
15 30 Steve Beales 40-49M 4 1:05:30 0:10:37 1:16:07.4 34.8 -02:55 12 62 74  
16 32 Kim Van Amerongen 30-39M 5 1:06:18 0:10:27 1:16:44.3 34.5 -04:14 16 61 70 PB
17 17 Karl McIntyre 40-49M 5 1:07:26 0:10:45 1:18:10.8 33.8 -04:32 17 58 70 PB
18 11 Rick Churchill 60-69M 1 1:07:34 0:10:44 1:18:18.1 33.8 -00:43 11 58 79 PB
19 23 Marcus Goldberg 40-49M 6 1:08:09 0:10:33 1:18:42.2 33.6 -05:03 18 57 68 PB
20 34 Aaron Locke 18-29M 2 1:08:49 0:10:36 1:19:25.1 33.3     55    
21 44 Don McCracken 50-59M 5 1:09:21 0:10:56 1:20:16.9 33.0 -04:07 15 54 70  
22 33 Marcel Weijers 50-59M 6 1:09:14 0:11:18 1:20:32.4 32.9 -05:49 20 53 67  
23 42 Sabine Bird 30-39F 2 1:09:23 0:11:14 1:20:36.7 32.8 -03:36 14 53 72  
24 15 Steven McKiernan 40-49M 7 1:10:19 0:10:55 1:21:13.9 32.6 -06:57 21 52 65 PB
25 16 Summer Roberts 40-49F 1 1:11:03 0:11:46 1:22:49.4 31.9 -03:03 13 49 73  
26 12 Merrill Lombard 30-39M 6 1:12:40 0:10:56 1:23:36.1 31.7 -11:06 23 48 54  
27 18 Chris Reid 50-59M 7 1:12:22 0:11:31 1:23:52.6 31.5 -08:29 22 47 61  
28 29 Charlie Hodgson 40-49M 8 1:13:59 0:11:54 1:25:52.2 30.8 -12:13 25 44 52  
29 22 Cameron Blyth 40-49M 9 1:12:40 0:13:28 1:26:08.2 30.7 -12:56 27 44 51  
30 24 Darrell Slater 50-59M 8 1:15:27 0:12:04 1:27:31.6 30.2 -12:49 26 41 51  
31 7 Andrew White 50-59M 9 1:15:24 0:12:56 1:28:19.8 30.0 -13:23 30 40 50  
32 6 Sue Veale 60-69F 1 1:17:27 0:12:51 1:30:18.1 29.3 -05:41 19 37 67  
33 13 James McDonald 40-49M 10 1:19:38 0:12:30 1:32:07.9 28.7 -17:37 31 34 40  
34 21 Kerri Fennell 40-49F 2 1:20:32 0:12:32 1:33:03.2 28.4 -13:17 29 33 50  
35 8 Luba Kovalenko 40-49F 3 1:20:07 0:13:06 1:33:12.9 28.4 -13:14 28 33 50  
36 4 Martin Moran 70-79M 1 1:20:33 0:12:53 1:33:25.7 28.3 -11:30 24 33 54  
37 3 Greg Swensen 60-69M 2 1:32:55 0:15:13 1:48:08.5 24.5 -28:40 32 15 15  
38 5 Richard Williams HC M 1 1:33:16 0:16:54 1:50:10.8 24.0         PB
39 1 David Nangle 70-79M 2 1:56:04 0:17:56 2:13:59.8 19.7 -50:09 33 15 15 Puncture
40 2 Neil McDougall HC M 2 1:52:31 0:23:43 2:16:14.3 19.4          
42 38 Paul O'Neill 40-49M 11                 DNS mechanical problem

 

  Today Previous delta
Karl McIntyre 01:18:11 01:26:00 00:07:49
Dan Hayes 01:10:04 01:14:52 00:04:48
Steff Van Amerongen 01:15:58 01:20:30 00:04:32
Marcus Goldberg 01:18:42 01:22:02 00:03:20
Ian Turner 01:11:52 01:12:55 00:01:03
Richard Williams 01:50:11 01:51:13 00:01:02
Steven McKiernan 01:21:14 01:21:36 00:00:22
Kim Van Amerongen 01:16:44 01:17:05 00:00:21
Michael Storer 01:01:15 01:01:32 00:00:17
Rick Churchill 01:18:18 01:18:33 00:00:15

 

'Lap2' = Last 4.4km, the Big Gidge segment.

Race Report

Twenty one years ago we held the first memorial ride for Mark Webb from Toodyay to Gidgegannup, one year after Mark's tragic death.

One month after that first Mark Webb, Michael Storer was born and today rode to defend his last year's win just as last year, he rode to defend his win from the previous year - when he rode a Junior course record on his first ride on the course.

The first man home today was Ian Turner - with a 1min PB. He'd just managed to hold Stu Helm at bay. - no mean feat. Big Stu thundered down the final few hundred meters not too far ahead of Bec Mackey riding the course for the first time, the fastest woman today. Rebecca adds her name to the women's trophy as the second-fastest on the course after the various rides of Emma Pooley and later declared the course as a possible favourite! Second- fastest rider today amongst the women was Steff VanA with another PB for the season - a four-and-a-half minutes improvement for Steff on this course! But no one could match Karl McIntyre's 7:49. He sounded pleased and then headed back east for a 20km cooldown. It would have been a cool-down, literally. That wind was reckoned by the BOM to make the 20º air temperature feel like 10º. Anyway, the predicted showers didn't happen.

Now that this event is a part of the 'Hilly' series, Richard Williams completed his Hillies qualification today with another PB and Neil, our other Hand-cyclist out there, now has six Hillies to his credit this season. You could feel the relief as Neil sped past the finish after 23min cranking up the Big Gidge climb. Even Stu said on FB that he should have saved a few watts of his initial power output for the final few km; third placed Jon Gregg took 30sec from Stu there and was easily the best-placed on Standard times today. If we had a KOM ranking, that would easily be Michael Storer's.

Dashing out and back along Toodyay Road today were Troy with the trailer in tow and Steff VanA in the cabin to assist with the course signage and Lorraine on her own four wheels heading out to look after the registrations in Toodyay before heading back to look after the desk back at the school in Gidge. Troy stayed in Toodyay for a while, counted the field away and followed it back as the possible sag-wagon. Nobody needed to abandon though but Dave Nangle caused some concern when he'd failed to arrive back in the time we'd estimated - he'd had problems fixing a puncture and lost a huge hunk of time. But he got there. Gregor McNab herded riders onto the bus first thing then looked after things at the school until Lorraine arrived back when he called rider numbers at the finish; John Andrews monitored the passing of riders at the intermediate timing point on the approach to Big Gidge. Thank you all - a busy morning's work.

 

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