Mayho takes road race win

  • Road race winner: Dominique Mayho

    Road race winner: Dominique Mayho

Dominique Mayho claimed back-to-back stage victories in the Bermuda Grand Prix after winning the menís A road race in Southside, St Davidís, this morning.

Mayho, who won the hill climb in St Georgeís last night, finished the road race in a time of 1hr 43min 32.400sec, more than 24 seconds ahead of Jamie Cousins who came second in 1:43:56.969. Nicholas Narraway was third in 1:43:58.766.

Dianna White won the womenís race in 1:13:45.812, with Louise Wells, who took the hill climb, coming second in 1:13:45.954, while Karen Smith placed third in 1:13:46.147.

Caitlyn Conyers, who won the womenís Grand Prix last year, is competing in the menís B division as she prepares for the Pan Am Games in Lima, Peru, this summer.

Conyers came eleventh in the menís B road race in 1:24:33.893.

The Grand Prix conludes tomorrow morning with the Hamilton Criterium.

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Published Apr 13, 2019 at 1:31 pm (Updated Apr 13, 2019 at 1:42 pm)

Mayho takes road race win

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