Congratulations to everyone who participated in the New Zealand Age Group Nationals held over last weekend at Cambridge. Thanks to team managers Dave and Bev May for supporting everyone. For a small club we do exceedingly well. It is awesome to see new club members participate in their first nationals - this was quite an experience, and I'm sure you will be proud of your achievement and aim to improve on this next time.



Sarah Morrison - Masters 2 Women - Time Trial

Tim Williams - Hand Cycling - Time Trial


Sarah Morrison - Masters 2 Women's Road Race


Tiffiney Perry - Hand Cycling - Road Race


Complete Wrap up from Bev May: 


Under 17 Boys    Hayden Muter Time Trial 29th    25.06 Road Race 73k  14th 1.50.24 out 0f 45 riders.
Under 15 Girls. Summer Williams  10k time trial 33.01 In the Road Race she unfortunatlly  crashed and broke her wrist.
Rob Pullyn  73k road race he finished 4thin 1.44.48. in the bunch sprint. 6th in Time Trial 25.25.
Robert Driver 19th in the road race 1.55.27.
Sarah Morrison Gold in the Time Trial in an excellent time of 36.43. and silver in the road race 58k Sarah also won gold in Master 2 women
Hanz van den Broek 8th in the tim e trial  39.20.finished with the bunch after having been involved in a crash
Glen Colby only road the time trial and new to the sport of cycling  12th 47.41.
Gary Jackson 9th in the time trial 38.01. in the road race he broke his chain and had to with draw.
Darryn Jackson only road the road race 93k 2.31.14.
Carol Findlay road the road race her first road nationals she finished 8th  58k 2.06.32.
Mike Jones master 3 men road the road race finishing with the bunch 12th 93k 2.25.41. 
Tim Williams  won gold in the hand cyclists time trial 25k
Tiffiney Perry won bronze in the 25k road race and 4th in Time Trial hand cyclist
Karen Harvey finished 5th in the time trial and road race hand cyclist
Scott Macdonald although not placed road well hand cyclists.
The handcyclists times are done on world ranking. Riders may have won their event but it depended on world times and level of factorying.