Mayho reclaims his national title
Dominique Mayho reclaimed his open men’s title in the Bermuda Bicycle Association’s Road Race Championships in St David’s today, finishing ahead of Conor White and Kaden Hopkins.
Caitlin Conyers edged out Nicole Mitchell to claim the women’s title with Ashley Couper third.
Nick Narraway demonstrated his strength to finish as the top junior male ride, powering away from second-place Tommy Marshall. Nazarai Fox outsprinted Keiran Malott to finish third.
In the junior women’s race, Zoe Hasselkuss claimed the top prize when she beat out Megan Hands and Liana Medeiros.
The final national championship race of the year will be held with the Criterium Championship scheduled for Sunday in Hamilton.
Narraway will miss the event as he is racing in the Junior Tour of Ireland with a composite team of riders from the USA Cycling Talent ID Camp that he attended last week.
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