Jason MacIntyre

PROVING he is fully recovered after crashing out of the Girvan Three-Day last month, Jason MacIntyre (The Edge Racing Team) took victory in the fourth round of the RTTC-Rudy Project Time Trial Series in Nottinghamshire on Sunday.

MacIntyre covered the distance in 55min 38sec, beating Julian Ramsbottom (Scunthorpe Poly CC) into second spot by 2-50, with Paul O?Mahoney (Pro Bike Kit) another 33 seconds off the pace.

The event, promoted by Doncaster Wheelers, took in two laps of a circuit based on North Wheatley near Gainsborough.

Warming up for his defence of the National 25-Mile Championship next month, MacIntyre covered the first lap in 27-11, while Ramsbottom and O?Mahoney were 1-15 and 1-19 slower respectively at that point.

In the one-lap women?s event, GS Strada?s Julia Shaw notched up her third victory in four rounds with a time of 31-05 to beat Sarah Bailey (VC St Raphael) by 47 seconds, while leading Espoir was Simon Baxter (Adept Precision RT) and fastest junior was Tom Yeatman ( with 30-56.

RTTC-Rudy Project Series (round four).-

1 Jason MacIntyre (The Edge RT) 55-38

2 Julian Ramsbottom (Scunthorpe Poly CC) 58-28

3 Paul O?Mahoney (Pro Bike Kit) 59-01

4 A Proffitt (Arctic-Shorter Rochford) 59-07

5 Mark Holton (Pro Bike Kit) 1-01-09

6 Scott Rose (Science in Sport) 1-01-10

Women.- Julia Shaw (GS Strada) 31-05. Espoirs.- Simon Baxter (Adept Precision RT) 1-01-17. Juniors.- Tom Yeatman ( 30-56. Veterans on target time.- John Woodburn (Maidenhead & Dist CC) (31-36) +8-53. Disabled: Simon Richardson (Life Force Creation) 32-00.

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Snowdon Sports is a long-established independent sports news agency, which supplies editorial to a range of media outlets - such as Cycling Weekly - as well as sports governing bodies. Snowdon Sports often covers results at Cycling Time Trials events in the UK and has long been a source of information and imagery to Cycling Weekly.