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British Cyclo-cross Championships - CN
Bradford, Great Britain, January 10-11, 2009
Cometh the hour for Crawforth
Business as usual for Wyman
By Joolze Dymond in Bradford, Great Britain
Jody Crawforth managed to fend off the threat posed by a quality field and conquer the windswept, frozen fields of Peel Park to take the British national cyclo-cross title. After weeks of speculation over who would take the coveted crown, Crawforth overcame the likes of Roger Hammond, Oli Beckingsdale and Paul Oldham to take the biggest win of his career.
A three-up sprint decided the podium, with Crawforth outlasting Oldham and Hammond, who finished second and third respectively. "It was so windy, it was so hard out there on your own," said the Arctic - Premier Racing Team rider, who fought Arctic winds on his way to the title, although this didn't seem to bother him, however.
"I quite liked the conditions out there, I like it a bit slippery and the technical stuff was just right, great course really suited my strengths I guess." Conditions on the day were neither favourable to the mud lovers or the hard and fast riders, with the course being frozen solid the previous day, with a slight thaw setting in. Completing the scene was an icy blast that scoured the open circuit.
Then there was the issue of some hardened 'crossers to contend with, which Crawforth was well aware of. "I was aware that Paul Oldham was riding quite strongly and that Hammond could pull anything out of the hat, but I was really confident. Like I said, it was so hard on the front in that wind, so I wasn't too worried about him getting too far away. I've been wanting to win this one now for quite a while and finally it was my day, brilliant!"
With the Championships being held in Peel Park, Bradford, the smart money was on local rider Rob Jebb, who won a National Trophy event there in 2007. Hot on his heels would be bronze medallist in '08, Paul Oldham, and Jody Crawforth. Defending champion Hammond was also back for another national crown, whilst waiting in the wings were Ian Bibby, Ian Field and of course Liam Killeen.
Ian Field fired the first shots, attacking immediately and quickly opening a six-second lead by the hurdles; Roger Hammond, Paul Oldham, Jody Crawforth and Ian Bibby were strung out behind him in full chase mode. Lewis Craven, Oli Beckingsale, Rob Jebb and Nick Craig made their way to the leading group.
By lap five, the 75 starters had been whittled down to a leading pack containing only five riders who were in real contention for that elusive gold medal; Crawforth, Bibby, Beckingsale, Oldham and Hammond. Local hero Jebb was just off the pace and fighting hard to rejoin the selection but he could make no inroads on the leading pack as the attacks came thick and fast over the unrelenting course.
Crawforth chose his moment to attack and opened a good 11-second gap which quickly put the rest on notice. From that point it rapidly became a race of three, with Oldham and Hammond joining Crawforth to keep the pressure on. Mountain bike stalwart Beckingsale put in a massive effort to make his way to the trio and put himself back into contention for the title.
Beckingsale's efforts soon began to tell however, and he once more fell off the back of the train, the 'elastic band' proving a little too lose for his liking.
As the trio hurtled through the last lap a sprint finish seemed more likely; each knew that the first off the steps would more than likely get the win and they fought tooth and nail for that position. With a huge roar, Crawforth appeared off the steps first, quickly followed by Hammond, but the lead was too great and Crawforth punched the air with delight as he took the much longed-for national title. Hammond eased up behind him and was passed by Oldham, who took second and left the defending champion in third.
Wyman resumes normal service
Earlier in the day it had been business as usual in the senior women's race, with Helen Wyman picking up her fourth consecutive national title. She led from the start, and despite a worthy challenge by teammate Gaby Day, had the race to herself and took the win with ease.
Day took silver, but the real battle of the day was for the bronze medal. Junior rider Ruby Miller had taken the initiative early in the race and gone in pursuit of the two world cup riders out in front. Despite having ridden in the Revolution Track Series the previous night, Miller looked strong as she tried to bridge the gap between herself and Day.
Despite her efforts Miller couldn't make any headway on the leading duo; meanwhile, experienced rider Sue Clarke dug deep and slowly reeled in the younger rider who started to look tired in the closing stages, her efforts obviously catching up with her. Clarke went on to grab bronze, and although not overly delighted with her ride she was happy with a medal nonetheless. Miller hung onto fourth and with it secured the national junior title.
After clinching her latest national title, a modest Wyman told Cyclingnews, "I can't say it was plain sailing for me; Gaby was pretty close for a good four laps. It was only really on the last lap that I managed to get a bigger gap between us. She also noted the blustery conditions all racers faced today, adding, "The wind here was madness, I nearly got blown off at the top - it was crazy! I was thinking 'I need to eat more!'"
U23 Men 1 David Fletcher (S.I.S. - Trek) 51.52 2 Jonathan McEvoy (100% Me) 0.46 3 Stephen Adams (Plowman Craven - Madison) 1.29 4 Mark Thwaites (Asfra Flanders RT) 1.58 5 Scott Thwaites (Crosstrax) 2.24 6 Anthony O'Boyle (Cwmcarn Paraqgon RC) 2.57 7 Tim Rowson (Sportscover/SPIUK/JE James) 4.00 8 Tom Payton (Wyre Forest CRC/Fabricolor/DWT) 4.10 9 Ben Roach (Wyre Forest CRC/Fabricolor/DWT) 4.24 10 Tim Baldwin (Paul Milnes/Bradford Olympic RC) 4.36 11 Daniel Bill (Team Echelon - SPIUK) 5.37 12 Jack Kirk (Wyre Forest CRC/Fabricolor/DWT) 5.48 One lap behind 13 Joel Davison (Glendene CC/Bike Trax) 14 Andrew Nichols (Cambridge University CC) 15 Luke Beswick (Buxton CC/ Sett Valley Cycles) Veterans 50+ 1 Ian Wright (Wyre Forest CRC/Fabricolor/DWT) 41.48 2 Andrew Roberts (Evans Cycles RT) 1.25 3 Barry Kipling (MTS Cycle Sport/Inkland RT) 1.46 4 Malcolm Cross (Hargroves Cycles/Trant/Next/GSI) 1.57 5 David Smith (Derby Mercury RC) First Vet 55 2.14 6 Robert Wood-Anderson (Individual Member) 2.17 7 Joseph Rowe (Wyre Forest CC/Fabricolor/DWT) Second Vet 55 2.22 8 Vic Barnett (Welland Valley Wheelers) First Vet 60 2.25 9 Adge Last (Matlock CC/Impsport/Farmers/Wards) 2.39 10 Peter Wilkin (Fietsen Tempo/The House/Chapters) 2.46 11 Peter Harris (Pearce Cycles RT) 2.55 12 Jeff Standley (Lakes RC) Second Vet 60 3.27 13 Peter Hargroves (Hargroves Cycles/Trant/Next/GSI) 3.38 14 John Galway (www.Keswickbikes.co.uk) 3.41 15 Clifford Featherstone (MTS Cycle Sport/Inkland RT) Third Vet 55 3.47 16 John Ginley (Condor RC) First Vet 65 3.58 17 Roger Broughton (Alford Wheelers) 4.00 18 Timothy Stowe (Endura/Thule/24/7/Kinesis/MI Racing) 4.12 19 Andrew Jones (Wolverhampton Whs/Fred Williams) Vet 55 4.40 20 Barrie Mitchell (Endura/Thule/24/7/Kinesis/MI Racing) Third Vet 60 5.02 21 Ray Pugh (Liverpool Mercury CC) 5.12 22 Peter Turner (Derby Mercury RC) 5.30 23 Tony Wilkins (Endura/Thule/24/7/Kinesis/MI Racing) 5.46 24 Peter Mooney (Rugby Velo) Vet 60 6.08 25 Michael Perrin (Ashfield RC) 6.18 26 Andrew Stubbs (Barrow Central Wheelers/Kirkbys) 6.22 27 David Miller (Coventry RC/Ridecov.co.uk) Vet 60 6.37 28 Mick Ives (Endura/Thule/24/7/Kinesis/MI Racing) Second Vet 65 7.01 29 Michael Webb (Royal Sutton CC) Vet 60 7.08 30 John Terrell (Ipswich BC) 7.26 31 Michael Hopkins (Wyre Forest CRC/Fabricolor/DWT) 7.46 One lap behind 32 Eric Taylor (Horwich CC) Vet 60 33 John Dowell (Heanor Clarion CC) First Vet 70 34 Richard Durham (Individual Member) 35 Philip Helliwell (Bradford RCC/Lynn Motors) Vet 60 36 Graham Clements (Endura/Thule/24/7/Kinesis/MI Racing) Third Vet 65 37 Ian Small (Zodiac CRC) Second Vet 70 38 Stuart Hocknell (St Ives CC/Richardsons) Vet 65 Two laps behind 39 Roger Gardner (Leamington C & AC) Vet 65 40 Harry Gould (Matlock CC/Wards /Impsport/Farmers) Third Vet 70 Veterans 1 Noel Clough (Fietsen Tempo/The House/Chapters) 39.50 2 Chris Young (JD Cycles Ilkley) 0.14 3 Geoff Giddings (Endura/Thule/24/7/Kinesis/MI Racing) 0.27 4 Kenny Johnson (Science in Sport.com) 0.46 5 John Shaw (www.Zepnat.com RT/Impsport) 1.15 6 Duncan Walmsley (www.Zepnat.com RT/Impsport) 1.32 7 Jonathan Marshall (Belper BC) 1.37 8 Philip Roach (Rugby Velo) First Over 45 1.43 9 Keith Sheridan (Corinium CC) 1.56 10 David Stevens (Triangle RT - Bianchi) Second Over 45 2.20 11 Gary Allan (GA Cycles) Third Over 45 2.54 12 Andrew Shaw (Endura/Thule/24/7/Kinesis/MI Racing) Over 45 13 Steve Barnes (www.Zepnat.com RT/Impsport) 3.10 14 Mark James (Endura/Thule/24/7/Kinesis/MI Racing) 3.21 15 Mick Rowson (JD Cycles Ilkley) Over 45 3.33 16 Chris Green (Matlock CC/Impsport/Farmers/Wards) 3.39 17 Gary Bryant (Old Portlians CC) 3.44 18 Steve Barron (VC Lincoln/Pygott/B&O/SPS/Impsport) Over 45 3.54 19 William Girvan (North Hampshire RC) 4.30 20 Nigel Hay Pedal (Power Loughborough) Over 45 4.40 21 Stephen Poole (www.Zepnat.com RT/Impsport) 22 Mick Bell (London Fire Brigade CC) Over 45 4.47 23 Dave Headon (Horwich CC) 4.52 24 Stephen Brazier (Picarsso-Pulman Race Team) 4.56 25 Chris Ledger (www.Zepnat.com RT/Impsport) Over 45 5.01 26 Julian Gould (www.Zepnat.com RT/Impsport) 5.14 27 Ian Cleverly (Mosquito Bikes) Over 45 5.16 28 James Melville (Glasgow United CC) 5.39 29 Darrell Bradbury (Norton Wheelers) 5.44 30 Stephen Whitehouse (Lichfield City CC) 5.55 31 Mark Ferguson (Individual Member) Over 45 5.56 32 Kevin Payton (Stourbridge CC/Wrap/CY Electrical) Over 45 6.06 33 Brian Tear (Endura/Thule/24/7/Kinesis/MI Racing) 6.11 34 Anthony Dyment (North Hampshire RC) Over 45 6.18 35 Mick Style (Manchester Wheelers) Over 45 6.23 36 Duncan Stuart (www.keswickbikes.co.uk) Over 45 6.41 37 David Garrett (Rugby Velo) Over 45 6.45 38 Stuart Pickering (www.Cyclelogic.co.uk) 6.51 39 Colin Davies (Individual Member) 6.58 40 Peter Sharkey (Matlock CC/Impsport/Farmers/Wards) Over 45 7.10 41 Charles Warren (Individual Member) Over 45 7.42 42 Sean Beswick (Buxton CC/Sett Valley) Over 45 7.55 43 Sean Davidson (Aire Valley RT) 7.57 44 Andy Duffield (Alpha RC/Team Corley Cycles) 8.05 One lap behind 45 Peter Bromwich (West Midlands Cyclo-X League) Over 45 46 Martin Worner (Teesdale CRC) Over 45 47 Stephen Clayton (Lichfield City CC) Over 45 48 Graham Piccavey (Individual Member) 49 Glenn Hord (Team Darenth) Over 45 50 Mervyn Dudley (Sherwood Pines Cycles/Polaris) Over 45 51 Paul Dalton (Matlock CC/Impsport/Farmers/Wards) Over 45 52 Ian O'Brien (Wakefield Tri Club) 53 Andy Smith (Swindon RC) Over 45 54 Darren Bibb (Yorkshire Velo) 55 Stephen Newton (Stockton Wheelers CC) 56 Chris Davies (Ogmore Valley Wheelers) Over 45 57 Kevin Hickie (Bronte Wheelers/Neophix) 58 Paul Warrener (Rossendale RC) 59 Chris Blount (Derby Mercury RC) Over 45 60 Anthony Jones (Individual Member) Over 45 61 Phillip Braybrooke (Sport City Velo) Over 45 62 Kevin Saville (Norton Wheelers) 63 Gary Ducker (Barton Wheelers CC) 64 Lester Young (Team Cyclo-cross.com) Over 45 65 Stephen Sears (Individual Member) 66 Douglas McLellan (Halesowen A & CC) Youth Boys 1 Joshua Papworth (Wyre Forest CRC/Fabricolor/DWT Legal) 27.07 2 Samuel Lowe (Go Spex Sports RT) U15 0.02 3 Hugo Humphreys (Lee Valley Youth CC) 0.04 4 Taylor Johnstone (Team de Ver) 0.09 5 Luke Grivell-Mellor (Mid Shropshire Whs.) 0.23 6 Hugo Robinson (Ipswich BC) U15 0.27 7 Jonathan Dibben (I-Team CC/Trek/Wheel2Wheel.co.uk) U15 0.33 8 Max Sykes (VC Deal/Activ/Hammond) 1.00 9 Alistair Slater (Bourne Wheelers CC) 1.04 10 Tom Young (Leicestershire RC) U15 1.38 11 Grant Ferguson (Dooley's Cycles RT) 1.49 12 Alec Briggs (Arctic-Premer RT) 2.29 13 Jack Humphreys (Red Rose Olympic CC) U15 2.39 14 Nicholas Barnes (Seacroft Wheelers) U15 2.50 15 Samuel Broughton (Leicestershire RC) U15 2.59 16 Luke Panton (VC Lincoln/Pygott/B&O/SPS/Impsport) 3.05 17 John Lomas (Matlock CC/Impsport/Farmers/Wards) U15 3.09 18 Joseph Home (K Home International) 3.19 19 Edward McParland (JD Cycles Ilkley) U15 3.22 20 Joe Kirkham (VC Long Eaton) First Under-14 3.37 21 Charles Fletcher (Cairngorm CC) 3.45 22 Michael Butler (Sandy Wallace Cycles) 23 Kieron Tennyson (Heanor Clarion CC) Second Under-14 24 Samuel Connolley (Maldon & District CC) 3.59 25 William Worrall (Towy Riders) U15 4.04 26 Jake Womersley (East Bradford CC) Third Under-14 4.13 27 Joshua Parkin (Herne Hill Youth CC) U14 4.14 28 Harvey Lowe (GA Cycles) U14 4.23 29 Ryan Fenwick (Stewartwy Wheelers) U15 4.46 30 Ben Green (VC Lincoln/Pygott&Crone/B&O/SPS) U15 4.51 31 James Newey (Lichfield City CC) U15 4.53 32 Oliver Dixon (Clifton CC) 4.58 33 Jacob James (Halesowen A & CC) U15 5.15 34 Billy Harding (East Bradford CC) U14 5.16 35 Lewis Kirkwood (Glendtress Riders) 5.21 36 Edwyn Oliver-Evans (East Bradford CC) U14 5.27 37 Luke Simpson (Leeds St Christopher CC) U15 5.28 38 Scott Woodhead (West Pennine RC) 5.33 39 Tom Arnstein (Individual Member) U14 5.47 40 Luke Cowley (Swindon RC) U15 5.53 41 Ben Salt (Leicestershire Off-Road Club) 6.35 42 Thomas Warren (Individual Member) U15 6.36 43 Ross Green (Stewartwy Wheelers) U15 6.47 44 Thomas Saville (Norton Wheelers) U15 7.05 45 Stuart McCluskey (Glenmarnock Wheelers) U15 7.12 46 Alan Trolove (West Suffolk Wheelers) U14 47 Thomas Armstrong (Ribble Valley CRC - Juniors) U15 7.17 48 Dylan Kerfott-Robson (Rhos on Sea CC) U14 7.28 49 Oliver Wood (Wakefield Tri Club) U14 7.44 50 Christian Braybrooke (Eastlands Velo) U14 8.06 51 Elliot Phillips (Herne Hill Youth CC) U14 8.12 52 Jake Ledger (Individual Member) U15 9.11 53 Jordan Gell (VC Lincoln/Pygott&Crone/B&O/SPS) U14 9.38 One lap behind 54 Sam Beckingsale (Abergavenny RC/Lane/Govilon) U14 55 Geraint Manley (Maindy Flyers Youth CC) U14 56 Callum Ferguson (Halesowen A & CC) U14 57 Adam de Smit (VC Lincoln/Pygott/B&O/SPS/Impsport) U14 58 Rowan Miller (Maindy Flyers Youth CC) U14 59 Benjamin Pygott (Pedalsport CC) U14 Youth Girls 1 Lucy Garner (Leicestershire RC) 31.13 2 Bethany Crumpton (Halesowen A & CC) 0.18 3 Hannah Shenton (Team Chance) 0.53 4 Hannah Payton (Stourbridge CC) 1.20 5 Hannah Layland (Sport City Velo) 1.47 6 Amy Roberts (Lifeforce Cervelo) 2.14 7 Hannah Barnes (Pinarello RT) 3.37 8 Zoe Armstrong (Ribble Valley CRC - Juniors) First Under-14 3.51 9 Alice Barnes (Palmer Park Velo) Second Under-14 4.07 10 Rosie Blount (Derby Mercury RC) 5.21 11 Hannah Ferguson (Glentress Riders) 5.30 12 Emily Barnes (Palmer Park Velo) Third Under-14 5.44 13 Rebecca Hunt (Newport Youth Velo CC) U14 Girl 6.04 14 Rebecca Preece (Red Rose Olympic CC) 6.55 15 Saskia Hook (South Pennine RC) U14 Girl 8.01 One lap behind 16 Hazel Jowett (Chapel Tri-Stars Junior Triathlon Club) U14 Girl 17 Emily Nelson (Lichfield City CC) U14 Girl 18 Jessica O'Brien (Wakefield Tri Club) U14 Girl
Senior Men 1 Jody Crawforth (Arctic - Premier RT) 1.02.43 2 Paul Oldham (Hope Factory Racing) 0.07 3 Roger Hammond (Cervelo Test Team) 0.10 4 Oli Beckingsale (Giant Racing) 0.27 5 Rob Jebb (Wheelbase/Gore Bike Wear) 1.05 6 Ian Bibby (Science in Sport/Trek) 1.22 7 Ian Field (Hargroves Cycles/Trant/Next/GSI) 1.35 8 Nick Craig (Team Scott UK) 1.54 9 Lewis Craven (Wheelbase/Gore Bike Wear) 2.28 10 Stuart Wearmouth (Picarsso-Pulman RT) 2.45 11 Lee Williams (Abergavenny RC/Lane/Govilon/Bikebase) 3.18 12 Darren Barclay (Arctic - Premier RT) 4.06 13 William Bjergfelt (Felt Racing) 14 Keith Murray (Hope Factory Racing) 6.17 15 Darren Atkins (Coventry RC/Ridecov.co.uk) 6.31 16 Christopher Ansell (Team Corridori) 6.57 One lap behind 17 Stuart Jones (London Phoenix CC) 18 Nathan Miller (Lotto Olympia Team Interbike) 19 James Furniss (www.Zepnat.com/Impsport) 20 Rob Parkin Heanor (Clarion CC) 21 Lee Shunburne (Matlock CC/Impsport/Farmers/Wards) 22 Daniel Lewis (RAF CC) 23 Paul Prince (Wyre Forest CRC/Fabricolor/DWT Legal) 24 David Haygarth (Wheelbase/Gore Bike Wear) 25 Michael Warner (Hargroves Cycles/Trant/Next/GSI) 26 Andrew Waterman (Dulwich Paragon CC) 27 Mark Cotton (Bycka Sport/Archway Insurance) 28 Vin Cox (Team Cyclo-Cross.com) 29 Gareth Whittall (Beauvale CC) 30 Elliot Dinsdale (Wyre Forest CRC/Fabricolor/DWT Legal) 31 Rob Pugh (FP Mailing Cycling Team) 32 Colin Miller (Coventry RC/Ridecov.co.uk) 33 Jonathan Watson (www.Zepnat.com/Impsport) 34 Kevin Knox (Dulwich Paragon CC) 35 Stuart Reid (Wheelbase/Gore Bike Wear) 36 Robert Wimble (www.Zepnat.com/Impsport) 37 Ben Spurrier (Team Mule Bar) 38 Richard Lister (Endura/Thule/24/7/Kinesis/MI Racing) 39 Vince Potter (Wheelspincycles.com) 40 Duncan Walmsley (www.Zepnat.com/Impsport) 41 Robert Hunt (API-Metrow) 42 Jonathan Hobson (Team Chevin Cycles) 43 Steve Middleton (Hambleton RC) 44 Shane Lawton (Royal Navy & Royal Marines CA) Senior Women 1 Helen Wyman (Vision 1 Racing) 39.46 2 Gabriella Day (Vision 1 Racing) 0.50 3 Suzanne Clarke (Science in Sport - Trek) 2.25 4 Ruby Miller* ((Unattached)) 2.44 5 Lily Matthews (100% Me) 3.33 6 Isla Rowntree (Stourbridge CC/Wrap/CY Electrical) 3.49 7 Corrine Hall* (Twickenham CC) 4.26 8 Annie Last (www.Zepnat.com RT/Impsport) 5.09 9 Louise Day** (Fat Birds CC) 5.17 10 Nina Davies (Ogmore Valley Whs.) 5.26 11 Jasmine Adams-Friend (Wyre Forest CRC/Fabricolor/DWT) 6.03 12 Jessica Allen (100% Me) 6.59 13 Martine Verweij (Endura/Thule/24/7/Kinesis/MI Racing) 8.32 14 Anja McDonald (VC Moulin) 9.03 15 Penny Rowson* ((Unattached)) 9.50 One lap behind 16 Lisa Parsons (Welland Valley CC) 17 Claire Hall (Swindon RC) 18 Elizabeth Clayton** (CC Giro) 19 Vivien Cox (Team Cyclo-cross.com) 20 Claire Beaumont (London Dynamo) 21 Katherine Mason** (Sussex Nomads) 22 Lynn Bland** (Norton Wheelers) 23 Denise Shackleton (Yorkshire Velo) 24 Noelle James (VC Nottingham) 25 Carolyn Wright** (Horwich CC) 26 Hilary Johnson** (Derby Mercury RC) 27 Chloe Parrington (Welland Valley CC) 28 Andrea Halman (Swindon RC) Junior Men 1 Thomas Moses (SSC Cyclesport/Bikes for All) 43.11 2 Sam Harrison (Cwmcarn Paragon RC) 0.25 3 Daniel McLay (Univega.co.uk) 0.46 4 David Nichols (Glendene CC/Bike Trax) 1.52 5 Oliver Webster (J D Cycles Ilkley) 2.57 6 Peter Dibben (Hargroves Cycles/Trant/Next/GSI) 3.24 7 Kenta Gallagher (777 MTB Racing) 3.35 8 Joseph Perrett (Glendene CC/Bike Trax) 3.45 9 Thomas Lowe (Go Sports Spex RT) 4.20 10 Robert Watson (Paul Milnes/Bradford Olympic RC) 4.47 11 Steven James (Mountain Trax RT) 4.54 12 Luke Gray (Hargroves Cycles/Trant/Next/GSI) 4.58 13 Alexander King (GWR Team/Scott Wilson) 5.12 14 William Verney (Felt Racing) 6.23 15 Martin Woofindin (Sport City Velo) 6.51 16 Matthew Cook (Mildenhall CC) 6.54 17 Luke Newby (Diss & District CC) 7.49 18 Will Bushby (Obricoaching RT) 7.55 19 Perry Bowater (CC Giro) 8.10 20 Tom Castle (Glendene CC/Bike Trax) 8.40 One lap behind 21 Matthew Jones (Cwmcarn Paragon RC) 22 Bruce Dalton (Matlock CC/Impsport/Farmers/Wards) 23 Andrew Hargroves (Hargroves Cycles/Trant/Next/GSI) 24 Bradley Burbridge (www.cyclingbargains.com - Infinis - Metaltek RT) 25 Nat Jarvis (Orange Monkey MTB Team)
Men 2008 Roger Hammond (Team High Road Sports) 2007 Philip Dixon (Trek - SIS) 2006 Roger Hammond (Discovery Channel) 2005 Nick Craig (Team Scott) 2004 Roger Hammond (Mr Bookmaker.Com/Palmans/Collstrop ) 2003 Roger Hammond (Palmans/Collstrop) 2002 Roger Hammond (Collstrop/Palmans) 2001 Roger Hammond (Collstrop/Palmans) 2000 Roger Hammond Espoirs 2008 Ian Bibby (Science in Sport/Trek) 2007 Ian Bibby (Trek - SIS) 2006 Steven Roach (S.I.S. - Trek) 2005 Philip Spencer (Trek UK) 2004 Liam Killeen (Subaru/Gary Fisher) 2003 Shaun Snodden (J E James RT) 2002 Philip Dixon (Team Y2K/Trek/Sram/Lucozade) 2001 Liam Killeen (Team Y2K/Trek) Women 2008 Helen Wyman (Swift Racing) 2007 Helen Wyman (Global Racing Team) 2006 Helen Wyman (Team FBUK/Fat Birds Don't Fly) 2005 Louise Robinson (Stourbridge CC) 2004 Louise Robinson (Stourbridge Cc) 2003 Isla Rowntree (Stourbridge CC) 2002 Isla Rowntree (Stourbridge CC) 2001 Nicole Cooke (Cardiff Ajax CC) Juniors 2008 Alex Paton (VC Deal/Activ/Hammond/Rowland) 2007 Alex Paton (VC Deal/Activ/Hammond/Rowland) 2006 David Fletcher (Sherwood Pines/Newark Castle CC) 2005 Alex Atkins (Evans Cycles RT) 2004 Ian Bibby (Science In Sport.Com) 2003 Ian Bibby (Science in Sport.com) 2002 Steven Roach (Rugby Velo) 2001 Philip Spencer (Elmy Cycles RT) Past winners by Mario Stiehl, www.world-of-cycling.com