MORE BRIT SUCCESS
Britain?s cycling success looks unstoppable at the moment, and with Britain?s young cyclists taking seven medals on one day at the European track championships on Saturday, it shows no signs of letting up yet.
Alexandra Greenfield took a gold medal in the junior women?s points race whilst Jess Varnish took gold in the junior women?s keirin. Varnish was imperious, leading from the front and successfully fending off all of her rivals.
Peter Mitchell took bronze in the junior men?s sprint, beating teammate Steven Hill in the shootout for third; Anna Blyth took another bronze in the under 23 women?s 500m time trial; Elizabeth Armistead took a silver in the under 23 women?s points race; Matt Crampton took bronze in the U23 men?s sprint, whilst Joanna Rowsell won bronze in the U23 women?s pursuit, capping off an astonishing weekend for the British team.
WEGELIUS TO SILENCE-LOTTO
Britain?s Charlie Wegelius has been confirmed as part of the 2009 Silence-Lotto roster.
Previously linked with the team but hitherto unconfirmed, the British climber currently with Liquigas, will provide much-needed support in the mountains for Tour de France contender, Cadel Evans.
NATIONAL VETS CHAMPS
Saturday saw the running of the delayed national veterans road race, through Pontefract and Ackworth.
In the 40-49 race, four riders jumped away right from the start and were never seen again, with Graham Baxter taking the 40-44 title and Paul Stubbs taking the 45-49 crown.
EASTERN CROSS LEAGUE KICKS OFF
The Eastern Cross League began again yesterday at Brickwall Farm.
Ben Roach finished the eight-lap course in a time of 57:13, putting 0.56 into Shaun Aldous and 2.59 into Nathan Miller.
HANDLEY IN HOLLAND
Britain?s Pippa Handley (Team Tubanters) was in action at the recent Holland Ladies Tour.
Handley finished 33rd overall, 15:56 behind the winner, Charlotte Becker of the Nürnberger team.
MORE BRIT SUCCESS