With the mist burning off and the sun making an appearance after the previous day and night of heavy rain ten competitors made it out of bed for the Sunday morning time-trial. There were a few heavy legs after the club fun day, but everyone was keen to post one last good time on the local course.
Fastest was Charlie Nurse (31.51) finding good end of season form and optimum bike set-up, beating his course record by a second. He was followed by Mike Padfield (34.29) beating his PB by 30 seconds despite having to stop for traffic at High Kelling. Guest rider, Nathan Risby (35.38) was third who was in training for a duathalon in a few weeks time.
Francis Glazebrook was back in the saddle, possibly hoping to restart his time-trialling again. Fastest lady was Sarah Jay (47.13) from TriHarman Triathlon Club.
A great send off to an excellent time-trialling season, which has seen many new faces and major improvements from new and established riders. We still have the hill climb to look forward to before the winter hibernation/training begins…
|NATHAN RISBY||No club||35.38|