Chris Lawless (JLT-Condor) continued his winning streak on Saturday evening, as he won the Mr Porter London Nocturne men’s elite criterium race in the capital.
Lawless had been engaged in a duel with Owain Doull (Team Wiggins) throughout the race, but got the better of the Welshman on the line.
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Lawless’s team-mate Graham Briggs came home for third.
Earlier in the week, Lawless had won the Stoke-on-Trent round of the 2016 Tour Series.
Alice Barnes won the JLT Elite Women’s Criterium by a significant margin over second-placed Nicola Juniper (Ford Ecoboost) with Claire Rose (Podium Ambition) in third.
The 10th edition of the Mr Porter London Nocturne was broadcast live on Eurosport.
There were nine races as part of the event, including a Santander Cycle Hire Race and PedalSure Folding Bike Race.
Mr Porter London Nocturne Results
Elite men’s criterium
1. Christopher Lawless (JLT Condor)
2. Owain Doull (Team Wiggins)
3. Graham Briggs (JLT Condor)
4. Alex Frame (JLT Condor)
5. Andy Tennant (Team Wiggins)
6. Jonathan Mould (JLT Condor)
7. Chris Latham (Team Wiggins)
8. Alex Blain (Madison-Genesis)
9. Tobyn Horton (Madison-Genesis)
10. Jacob Tipper (Pedal Heaven)
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Elite women’s criterium
1. Alice Barnes (Drops Cycling Team)
2. Nicola Juniper (Team Ford Ecoboost)
3. Claire Rose (Podium Ambition p/b Club La Santa)
4. Lucy Shaw (Drops Cycling Team)
5. Harriet Owen (Matrix Fitness p/b Corley Cycles)
6. Charline Joiner (Team Ford Ecoboost)
7. Grace Garner (Podium Ambition p/b Club La Santa)
8. Lauren Creamer (Podium Ambition p/b Club La Santa)
9. Henrietta Colbourne (Team Ford Ecoboost)
10. Neah Evans (Glasgow Whlrs)