Duo continue dominance
Kaden Hopkins and Caitlin Conyers continued their recent dominance of local cycling by being crowned champions of their respective categories in the Bermuda Bicycle Associations Time Trial Championships in St Davidís yesterday.
Having won the Sinclair Packwood Memorial race on May 24 in dramatic fashion, Hopkins, representing Winners Edge, built on that momentum by winning the male open 19-39 age category in a time of 42 min 39.65 sec, ahead of Conor White who finished a little over a minute behind in a time of 43:55.205.
Like Hopkins, Conyers, riding for Bicycle Works, also built on her Bermuda Day success by claiming victory in the female open 19-39 age group in a time of 39:25.888. Nicole Mitchell claimed second place, crossing the line in 42:04.422, with Jamie-Lee Wright completing the top three, finishing in third in a time of 43:29.256
In the male masters age group, for riders over 40, Geoff Smith proved victorious in a winning time of 47:18.813, ahead of Fabian Schonenberg in second, in a time of 48:35.802, with Neil Lupsic clinching a third-place finish in a time of 48:38.832.
Ashley Couper reigned supreme in the female masters group, crossing the finish line in a winning time of 43:17.334, ahead of Louise Wells, who finished in 44:05.401, while Cora Lee Starzomski claimed third place in 35:43.391.
Tommy Marshall was crowned the junior male champion after racing to victory in a winning time of 34:13.652.
Keiran Malott sealed a second-place finish in a time of 34:53.267, while Nazarai Fox completed the top three in 35:42.391.
The junior female title was won by Zoe Hasselkuss who finished in a time of 39:14.858 ahead of Liana Medeiros in 40:15.397 and Megan Hands in a time of 42:43.268.
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