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Nurse setting a hot pace at North Norfolk Wheelers

18:30 15 May 2012

Despite challenging conditions, with wet and windy weather continuing well into May, the North Norfolk Wheelers’ time trials continue to attract strong support and several riders have achieved personal bests.

Charlie Nurse continues to perform well but last year’s winner of the 10x10mile trophy, Francis Glazebrook, has yet to enter the competition to secure his trophy. Charlie is also challenging strongly for best all-rounder after achieving another personal best in the 15 mile time trial.

April 24 – 10 Mile Time Trial

Actual times: 2-up Dorsett and Nurse 21.25, Read 23.16, Hicks 23.22, Needham 27.05, Barker (PB) 27.19, Findlay 28.00, Griffiths 28.08, Maynard 28.12, Churchill 28.58, Carter 29.09, Vidler 29.29, Laws 29.48, Marsden (f) 30.52

Performance handicap Times: Barker 20.59, Hicks 21.03, Read 21.41, Laws 21.46, Findlay 21.53, Griffiths 22.20

May 1 – 15 Mile Time Trial

Actual times: Nurse (PB) 34.16, Hunt 38.29, Walsh 38.52, Hayward 41.45, Barker 41.51, Brown 42.04, Maynard 42.15, Griffiths 42.36, Thorold 43.15, Findlay 43.52, Laws (PB) 45.02

Performance handicap times: Nurse 31.14, Thorold 32.24, Laws 32.39, Findlay 32.43, Hunt 32.47, Griffiths 33.15

May 8 – 10 Mile Time Trial

Actual times: Nurse 22.23, Wyer 24.01, Gleave 24.39, Essex (f) 24.56, Platts 25.18, Walsh (PB) 25.31, Turner 25.54, Janes 26.39, Hayward 26.44, Barker (PB) 27.16, Maynard 27.28, Thorold 27.37, Vidler 28.25, Griffiths 28.30, Findlay 28.54, Laws 29.14

Performance handicap times: Walsh 20.07, Barker 20.57, Laws 21.17, Essex (f) 21.21, Hayward 21.28, Nurse 21.34, Maynard 21.35, Platts 21.37, Thorold 21.48, Griffiths 22.42, Findlay 22.47, Turner 23.17

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