Martin and Kellie Land Hill One-Two; Cycling

By Wilkinson, John | Coventry Evening Telegraph (England), October 20, 1999 | Go to article overview

Martin and Kellie Land Hill One-Two; Cycling


Wilkinson, John, Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)


MARTIN GEE and Kellie Sidwell scored a one-two for promoting club Coventry Olympic-Squires Engineering in their inter-club hill climb on Dovers Hill.

Gee's time of 4-30 gave him a nine-second cushion over his team-mate, with Coventry CC's Gerard Taylor and Andy Wearing of Coventry RC a further six seconds down as they shared third place.

James Webster, fifth in 4-49, completed the winning Olympic team, Ashley Miles (5-06) was fastest on a mountain bike in eighth place overall, and Sean Stringer (8-05) was the leading schoolboy.

Leamington C&AC's Phil Cooke (5-15) led the veterans entry in ninth place overall while Claire Shuttlewood (6-36) of Kenilworth Wheelers took the women's prize.

The event drew 28 riders and Olympic are now discussing the prospect of staging an open event next season.

COVENTRY CC took the team prize in Wrexham RC's hill climb on the two mile 585-yard Horseshoe Pass in north Wales.

Taylor (11-04) and Jon Wood (11-07) finished ninth and tenth overall, and Ferdinand Laussmann (11-29) completed the scoring trio as he secured the veterans award.

COVENTRY-BASED Team Peugeot 406 will be hoping for a good start to the National Trophy cyclo-cross series in Sunday's first round at Sutton Park. …

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