Tejvan Pettinger sets new record in Mow Cop hill climb

British hill climb round-up (Oct 11-12): News and results from around the UK

Tejvan Pettinger

The course record was broken twice in Lyme Road Club’s climb of Mow Cop as the country’s top climbers continued their preparations for the National Championships in a fortnight.

National champion in 2008, Matt Clinton (Mike Vaughan Cycles) was first to break the old mark in the event over the ‘killer mile’ climb on the Staffordshire-Cheshire border, clocking 4-22.8 to beat the 2013 old record held by Tejvan Pettinger by just 0.1 seconds.

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