Mayho’s home victory

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  • Mayho won the Open Menís category

    Mayho won the Open Menís category


Dominique Mayho, back from competing in Belgium with amateur club Asfra Racing Team Oudenaarde, showed his experience to win the Open Menís category at yesterdayís time-trial at St Davidís, crossing the line in 22min 1.1sec.

The event was held in soggy conditions over a ten-mile course that finished with a hill climb up to the St Davidís Lighthouse, which set the stage to a challenging finish. Mayho finished just ahead of three junior competitors, with Matthew Oliviera second overall and first junior male (17-18) in 22:39.2, followed by Kaden Hopkins in 23:09.1 and a third Winners Edge rider, Conor White, in 24:19.6.

Jamie Cousins of Madison completed the top five with a time of 24:30.4.

Alyssa Rowse, of Bicycle Works, was the top junior female rider, finishing eighth overall in 25:41.1 as Winners Edge pair Darren Glasford and Nicholas Narraway completed the top ten with times of 26:19.6 and 26:41.9.

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Published Aug 28, 2017 at 8:00 am (Updated Aug 28, 2017 at 12:17 am)

Mayho’s home victory

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