Hayley Simmonds sets new 10-mile time trial record

Hayley Simmonds beats Julia Shaw's previous record for 10 miles by one second in East Yorkshire

Hayley Simmonds, British time trial national championships 2015

(Image credit: Andy Jones)

Just a week after clinching her first National 25-mile title, Hayley Simmonds broke the national competition record over ten miles in East Yorkshire on Saturday afternoon.

The 27-year-old from Cambridge clocked 19.46 in the Bridlington CC 10 on the popular V718 course near South Cave, slicing just one second from Julia Shaw’s three-year-old record.

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