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Mayho wins Crime Stoppers race

Bermuda's top cyclist Dominque Mayho continued his dominance by winning the Crime Stoppers Road Race in Prospect yesterday.

Mayho cruised to victory in the Adult A Division in a time of one hour, 42 minutes and 43 seconds.

Winners Edge's Darren Glasford was second in 1:43:10, while team-mate Justin Ferreira came third (1:43:39).

In the Men's B Division, Winners Edge's Anthony Ricky Smith finished first (1:26:05) ahead of Mark Brown who clocked a time of 1:26:05. Fast Forward Bicycle Works rider Matthew Claridge came third in 1:26:06.

Fast Forward's Alex Godfrey was victorious in the Adult C Division race in 1:05:44, Seamus Fearon finished second (1:05:48) and Kenny Mills third with a time of 1:05:49 representing Crime Stoppers.

Taking line honours in the Women's Division was Karen Bordage who finished in 1:07:24, while Madison's Martina Olcheski-Bell came second (1:07:28) and Winners Edge's Karen Smith finished third (1:07:31).

Rajual Matthie-Shakir of Crime Stoppers won the Junior A Division race with a time of 1:05:39, while his team-mate Malik Joell won the Junior B Division in 26 minutes and 29 seconds and Malik Smith, also from Crime Stoppers, won the Junior C Division race in 13 minutes and 15 seconds.

Crime Stoppers Road Race Group A riders make their way through Middle Road this morning.

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Published September 08, 2013 at 6:43 pm (Updated September 08, 2013 at 7:13 pm)

Mayho wins Crime Stoppers race

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