Hayley Simmonds (AeroCoach) continued her stellar season with victory in the national 10 mile time trial. Her time of 21-28 was enough to beat her nearest rival by 35 seconds.
Simmonds already held the 25 mile, 100 miles and British national champion titles this year and has now added the 10 mile distance her haul this season.
Henrietta Colborne (Team Ford Ecoboost) was the best of the junior women, her time of 23-23 enough to secure the win in that category.
Adam Hartley (PH-Mas Cycling) was the quickest of the junior men with a time of 20-09 on the G10/42 course in Dorking, Surrey.
The result in the men's 10, which took place the following day on the P886 course in Hampshire, was much closer as Richard Bussell (AeroCoach) won by just four seconds to defend his title.
Bussell's time of 20-35 was enough to knock James Gullen (Pedal Heaven) down into second place.
Women's national 10 mile time trial
1. Hayley Simmonds (AeroCoach) 21-28
2. Anna Turvey (Tyneside Vagabonds CC) 22-03
3. Julia Shaw (Drag2Zero) 22-12
4. Kate Allan (Drag2Zero) 22-43
5. Victoria Smith (AeroCoach) 22-44
6. Rachael Elliott (Newbury RC) 22-56
7. Nicola Juniper (Team Ford Ecoboost) 22-57
= Emily Cox (Bedfordshire Raod RT) 22-57
9. Lydia Gurley (AeroCoach) 23-02
10. Alice Lethbridge (Starley Racing) 23-04
Men's national 10 mile time trial
1. Richard Bussell (AeroCoach) 20-35
2. James Gullen (Pedal Heaven) 20-39
3. Ryan Perry (Langdale Lightweights RT) 20-46
4. Matt Clinton (Mike Vaughan Cycles) 21-14
5. Lloyd chapman (Pedal Heaven) 21-17
6. Joseph Fry (Pedal Heaven) 21-21
7. Matthew Smith (Team Bottrill) 21-23
8. John Dewey (Team Bottrill) 21-27
9. Christopher Fennell (Thanet RC) 21-39
10. James Boyman (Farnham RC) 21-45
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Jack Elton-Walters hails from the Isle of Wight, and would be quick to tell anyone that it's his favourite place to ride. He has covered a varied range of topics for Cycling Weekly, producing articles focusing on tech, professional racing as well as cycling culture. He moved on to work for Cyclist magazine in 2017.