Mid-South Canterbury’s Jaxson Whyte leads team-mate Jonathan Fish during an under-19 men’s event at Cycling New Zealand’s National Track Championships in Cambridge. There were no titles but second or third placings for every member of the Mid-South Canterbury team that competed at Cycling New Zealand’s National Track Championships in Cambridge.
The six-strong team returned home with nine medals – four silver and five bronzes – from the five-day event that finished on Saturday, with Conor Toomey the most successful with two silvers and a bronze in the under-15 boys’ grade.
There were also medal doubles for Jaxson Whyte (under-19 men) and Jesse Johnston (under-15 boys).
Medals won were.-
Silver: Holly Edmondston (elite women’s scratch race); Jaxson Whyte (u19 men’s scratch race); Conor Toomey (u15 boys’ scratch race); Johnston and Toomey (u15 boys’ 500m team sprint).
Bronze: Olivia Ewing (u15 girls’ elimination); Conor Toomey (u15 boys’ elimination); Jonathan Fish (u19 men’s 1000m time trial); Jesse Johnston (u15 boys’ derby); Whyte (u19 men’s 20km points race).
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