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Golden boy Mayho claims another title

Dominique Mayho continued his rich vein of form by winning the Bermuda Bicycle Association (BBA) Front Street Criterium Adult 'A' Division by a comfortable margin over Darren Glasford at the weekend.

Mayho, who is fresh off his Junior Caribbean Cycling Championships Road Race gold medal performance earlier this month, led from the start with fellow youngster Tre-Shun Correia and set the early pace before Mayho eventually pulled away before lapping the field.

In the end, the Team Madison rider finished in a time of 44 minutes, 42.6 seconds, while Glasford (46:08.5) crossed the line in second, holding off a challenge from Brian Drea (46:09.3).

In a sprint finish for first place in the Adult 'B' Division, Johan Vivier (35:06.9) finishing ahead of Team Crime Stoppers rider Anthony Bartley (35:09.4), with Norbert Meyer (35:10.3) grabbing third.

Dirk Hassellkus won the Adult 'C' Division, while Ian Pilgrim and Nigel Godfrey finished second and third respectively.

Rico Smith held off Daniel Oatley and Molly Pilgrim to win the Junior 'A' race, and Alex Pilgrim got the better of Christian Oatley and Zion Dowling to grab Junior 'B' line honours.

Jayden Ming won the Junior 'C' Division ahead of Nicholas Pilgrim and Malik Joell.

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Published August 30, 2011 at 11:00 am (Updated August 30, 2011 at 11:03 am)

Golden boy Mayho claims another title

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