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Sunday, June 18, 2017
BBA National Time Trial Championships Round Up

Dominique Mayho
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The Bermuda Bicycle Association hosted the Bank of Bermuda Foundation Time Trial Championships at Southside.

The 2017 National Time Trial Champions are Dominique Mayho (Male), Ashley Estwanik (Female), Matthew Oliveira (Junior Male) and Alyssa Rowse (Junior Female).

Mahyo clocked a winning time of 43:11.267, Anthony Bartley finished second stopping the clock in 45:43.702 and Bermuda Olympian Triathlete Tyler Butterfield finished third clocking a time of 46:08.830.

Estwanik was clocked across the line in a time of 42:00.496, with Nicole Mitchell finishing second in 42:55.044 and Zoenique Williams finished third clocking a time of 43:18.847.

Oliveira won the Junior Male title with a time of 28:13.838, Kaden Hopkins was second in 28:21.640 and Conor White finished third with a time of 31:45.973.

Rowse claimed the Junior Female title with a time of 32:57.692, with Cassandra McPhee finishing second in 37:47.191.

Click Here to see the Full 2017 Bank of Bermuda Foundation Time Trial Championships Results



 
 
Tuesday, June 06, 2017
Mayho Records A Did Not Finish in Belgium

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Dominique Mayho recorded a Did Not Finish in his latest race in Belgium.

Mayho was competing in the Sint-Kornelis-Horebeke 112km Elite Under 23 Open Race.

Mayho who of late has had some positive results finishing inside the top 50, was one of 22 riders who did not finish.

Monday, June 05, 2017
Mayho Finishes Top 50 Again in Belgium

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Bermudaís National Cycling Champion Dominique Mayho was once again back in action in Belgium, this time competing in the 137.6km St. Aldegondisprijs Memorial Rik Vandekerchhove Road Race.

Mayho once again finished inside the top 50 in a field of 118 competitors.

Mahyo has gone from strength to strength while competing in Belgium and this time he crossed the line clocking a time of 3:13.28, he finished in a pack of 15 riders who finished 6.46 behind winner Jo Maes from Belgium.

Sunday, June 04, 2017
BBA Tokio Criterium Round Up

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The Bermuda Bicycle Associationís Tokio Criterium took place in the East End, with 83 riders going to the start line.

The Adult A Division was won by Matthew Oliveira who clocked 51:34.0, David McComas was second in 52:03.4 and Kaden Hopkins finished third with a time of 52:03.4.

Ashley Estwanik won the Womenís A Division race stopping the clock in a time of 31:09.7, April Galda Joyce was second in 31:22.9 1 and Rose Anna Hoey finished third clocking 31:23.5.

The Adult B Division was won by Mcquinn Burch who clocked 33:23.4, Clifford Roberts was second in 33:23.6 and Gary Raynor finished third with a time of 33:23.7.

Stephen Paynter won the Adult C Division race with a time of 30:40.3, Sean Dickinson was second clocking 30:40.3 and Dennis Joell finished third with a time of 30:40.4.

Lyndsay Palmer won the Womenís B Division clocking 30:21.9, Jennifer Wilson finished second with a time of 30:22.2 and Christina Herzog finished third with a time of 30:22.6.

Click Here to see the Full 2017 Bermuda Bicycle Associationís Tokio Criterium Results


Monday, May 29, 2017
Mayho Finishes 91st in Belgium

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Bermuda National Cycling Champion Dominique Mayho did not have the finish he would have wanted when he started as of late he has been making his way up the board while competing in Belgium.

Mayho in his most recent race the G.P. Etienne De Wilde Laarne Elite 159.8km Road Race finished inside the top 100.

Mayho finished 91st in a field of 156 riders.

Mayho was in a pack of 75 riders that were clocked in a time of 3:31.00, the pack finished four hundredths of a second behind the winner Stijn De Bock from Belgium who clocked 3:27.35, Jelle Mannaerts from Belgium finished second and Jelle Cant from Belgium finished third.

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