WISBECH Inline Speed Skating Club achieved excellent results in the British Championships held at Enfield, North London at ther weekend with a bounty of medals and trophies, newly-crowned champions and titles retained.
This followed on from the previous week’s strong performances at a race meeting in Birmingham.
Team manager and club secretary, Hugh and Marion Doggett, said: “We are so very proud of the team to have returned with five British Championship titles, two silver and three bronze medals.
“Michael McInerney continues his strong form in the Veteran and Senior men’s groups, retaining his titles from last year in the Veteran.
“Joe Adam Hardy had a storming performance, winning three British Championship titles and narrowly missed claiming all four titles after a battle for first place in the 5000m elimination race.
“Lucy McInerney and Eve McInerney had a fantastic result in a three-person team relay, fighting against competitors considerably older than themselves. They put in a tenacious effort to come 3rd.”
Full results: Lucy McInerney, Girls 10-12 years, 200m Time Trial 7th, 2000m points race 6th, 3000m elimination race 6th.
Eve McInerney, Girls 10-12 years, 200m Time Trial 5th, 500m sprint final 2nd, 2000m points race 5th, 3000m elimination race 4th.
Lucy and Eve McInerney, Girls 10-12 and 13-15 years combined, 3000m 3-person relay 3rd.
Joe Adam Hardy, Boys 13-15 years, 200m time trial 1st, 500m sprint final 1st, 3000m points race 1st, 5000m elimination race 2nd. Michael McInerney, Veteran Men’s group, 500m sprint final, 1st, 3000m 1st, Senior Men’s 16+ group, 15,000m elimination race 3rd.