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Wisbech Wheeler Becky Taylor breaks club record in CTT National 12-hour Championships hosted by CC Breckland on A11 near Attleborough


By Pete Woodhouse


Wisbech Wheelers lady vet Becky Taylor put in the remarkable performance of 262 miles in 12 hours in the CTT National 12-hour Championships hosted by CC Breckland in strong winds and rain on the A11 near Attleborough on Sunday.

Her new 12-hr best was an overall club record for the distance, beating the long standing mark of 258 miles set by Paul Ashby in similar conditions and netted her the East District Ladies gold medal along with the bronze in the 2019 Ladies National Championships.

At the Tuesday evening event on the Wisbech course triathlete, Mat McClure, returned and put in an excellent 21.33, showing his good form going into the end of season triathlons.

Becky Taylor is on the right with national championship bronze after three girls' 12 hr effort. (15111446)
Becky Taylor is on the right with national championship bronze after three girls' 12 hr effort. (15111446)

New Wisbech racer, Jemma Redhead, once again rode strongly in hard conditions to a course personal best followed by overall 10-mile pb at the King’s Lynn event on Wednesday in similar conditions.

Results, Tue, Aug 6, Wisbech club ‘10’: M McClure 21.33, A Ward (50+) 24.05, J Talbot (40+) 24.15, R Sewell (70+) 25.19, J Bates (60+) 25.29, J Redhead (40+ lady) 26.10, P Willis (60+) road bike 27.28, S Sprawling (KL Tri) road bike 34.06

Wed, Aug 7, KLCC club ‘10’: J Redhead (40+lady) 25.55 pb, D Hallahan (60+) 31.43

Sunday, CC Breckland 12-hr East District & National Championships: B Taylor (40+) 262 miles pb, overall club record, East District Champion lady & 3rd National Champion lady.



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