Glasgow Track Nations’ Cup
Four enthralling days of action at the UCI Tissot Nations Cup concluded on Sunday evening with a final scintillating day of racing on the boards of the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome. You can read our report of Day 4 here .
Thursday’s action saw the sprint trio of Lusia Steele, Iona Moir and Lauren Bell in action while Katie Archibald and Neah Evans were representing Great Britain in the team pursuit. Our report can be read here .
The pursuit skills of Kyle Gordon (Spellman-Port Dublin) and Jonny Wale (Clancey Windows & Doors) were put to test on Friday – read all about it here .
Despite only six months in action on the track, Kate Richardson made her debut for Great Britain in Saturday’s pursuit, read about Saturday’s events here . A big winn at the CiCLE Classic
Finn Crockett (Ribble-Weldtite) claimed his first UCI win at the Rutland-Melton CiCLE Classic after winning the sprint from the breakaway in the Midlands, with teammate Stuart Balfour finishing in fourth.
While it was on fourth for Balfour, he did not miss out on a very important prize. As a result of winning the final sector of mud/gravel, he receives a massive Melton Mowbray pork pie.The fourth UCI win for Scottish-developed riders this season, also launches Crockett into contention for Team Scotland selection with the Commonwealth Games standard being fulfilled.One of the various qualification criteria on the road requires two Top Six finishes at a UCI Class 2 event in Europe, […]