The 2014 National Road Championships have been awarded to Monmouthshire, British Cycling announced today.
Results from the final day of competition at the National Cycling Centre in Manchester where Jess Varnish completed the perfect week with victory in the women’s Keirin, the North West Region A squad of Matthew Crampton, Kian Emadi and Jason Kenny took the men’s Team Sprint title, Jon Mould won the men’s Omnium, the Wiggle Honda team of Elinor Barker, Dani King, Joanna Rowsell and Laura Trott took gold in the women’s Team Pursuit, Dani King and Laura Trott were victorious in the women’s Madison and Jacob Ragan and Oliver Wood took gold in the junior men’s Madison.
Results from day four of competition at the National Cycling Centre in Manchester where Olympic Champion Jason Kenny took the men’s Sprint title, Jess Varnish and Danni Khan (West Midlands Region) took the women’s Team Sprint gold, Corrine Hall won the women’s Scratch and Wheelbase Altura won the men’s Team Pursuit title.
Results from day three of competition at the National Cycling Centre in Manchester where Jess Varnish impressed with her second title of the week in the British Cycling Women’s Sprint Championships presented by FIAT, World Champion Jason Kenny took the Men’s Keirin title, double Olympic Champion Laura Trott led a clean sweep for Wiggle Honda in the women’s Points Race, Sam Harrison took the men’s Scratch title and Shaun McKeown and Sophie Thornhill and Helen Scott (pilot) took the gold medals in the Para-cycling Pursuit.
Results from day two of competition at the National Cycling Centre in Manchester where Laura Trott won the women’s Individual Pursuit title, Kian Emadi successfully defended his Kilo title, Ed Clancy took his second gold in two days in the men’s Points Race and Sophie Thornhill and Helen Scott (pilot) and Crystal Lane won the two gold medals in the Para-cycling 200m Flying Start Time Trial.
Results from day one of competition at the National Cycling Centre in Manchester where Ed Clancy beat fellow Olympic Team Pursuit Champion Steven Burke to take gold in the men’s Individual Pursuit, Olympian Jess Varnish took victory in the women’s 500m Time Trial and World Champion Jon-Allan Butterworth (with a new World Record) and Sophie Thornhill and Helen Scott (pilot) took the two Para-cycling Pursuit gold medals.
British Cycling today announced the cycling stars set to compete at the National Track Championships in Manchester later this month.
Record-breaking crowds at this weekend’s National Road Race Championships have been hailed by British Cycling today, after 30,000 people lined the streets to watch Mark Cavendish and Lizzie Armistead ride to glory on Sunday.
Rapha Condor JLT’s Kristian House rode to an excellent 6th place in the National Road Race Championships in Glasgow yesterday.
Former Road World Champion Mark Cavendish and London Olympic silver medallist Lizzie Armitstead were crowned champions in the 2013 British Cycling National Road Race Championships in Glasgow today.
Twenty-three time Tour de France stage winner and 2011 Road World Champion Mark Cavendish and London 2012 Olympic Games silver medallist Lizzie Armitstead will lead a world class field of Olympic and World Champions at the 2013 British Cycling National Road Championships which take place on 20 June (Time Trial) and 23 June (Road Race) in Glasgow and East Ayrshire. For the third year running, highlights of the event will be broadcast on ITV4 with this year’s race coverage being shown on Monday 24 June at 19:00 hours.
With the 2013 National Road Championships weekend just a few weeks away, British Cycling today released information for venues interested in hosting the championships in 2014.
On a balmy Sunday afternoon in quaint Stamfordham, Sky did 'what England expected' and grabbed the first four places in the British elite road race championship over 197 hard Northumbrian kilometres; and the skeletal Bradley Wiggins will start the Tour in the white British champion's jersey after jumping his team mates on the run in; defending champion Geraint Thomas took silver, Peter Kennaugh was third and Ian Stannard fourth.