Corrieri Classic 10 Mile TT Stirling

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Corrieri Classic 10 Mile TT Stirling

Postby Andy D » Sun Mar 21, 2010 3:40 pm

Full results to follow but here is your Ythan Results:

Andy Duncan 24.27
Fiona Duncan 24.58
Colin Allanach 25.40
John Hunter 26.44
Liam Monaghan 33.23

Some noteable rides - Arthur Doyle 20.14!!

Christine McLean 23.39 (she's been racing for a few weeks but that's still very good for this time of year and she beat Jessica Wilson-Young in the process - despite various ailments connected to her crashes and injuries from last year, very impressive)

First one out of the way (thankfully) very painful but they can ony get better from today.

By the way, those who suggested on another forum that Time Trialling was dead, are clearly wrong - 92 riders at this event!!!
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Re: Corrieri Classic 10 Mile TT Stirling

Postby John Hunter » Sun Mar 21, 2010 4:27 pm

Cheers Andy, first race of the season and first race out on the new bike.

Wish I had gone a wee bit better, but set my mind to be happy under 27 before hand.

I really struggled to keep a rhythm of the way out, dont know if was a slight wind gusting at any point.

Anyways, another good event apart from total lack of tea and cakes.....
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Re: Corrieri Classic 10 Mile TT Stirling

Postby isobel smith » Sun Mar 21, 2010 4:30 pm

Well Done Ythan Isobel
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Re: Corrieri Classic 10 Mile TT Stirling

Postby malcolm » Sun Mar 21, 2010 6:20 pm

Good efforts all round. Andy setting the bar with a decent time for March. Looks like the TTs will be like the RRs, with the top guys being pretty much untouchable.
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Re: Corrieri Classic 10 Mile TT Stirling

Postby John Hunter » Sun Mar 21, 2010 6:23 pm

someone of the braveheart forum suggesting some wind, I dont think Mr Doyle is affected by such things. Hes got to be looking good for the national 10!
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Re: Corrieri Classic 10 Mile TT Stirling

Postby Colin A » Sun Mar 21, 2010 8:01 pm

He came past me as if I was pedalling backwards.

A wee bit off on the timing though, I crossed the line sat up, drifted a bit and stopped the garmin. It reads 25:37 so i'm not sure where they got the 40 secs from. I'm not complaining though, even if it sounds like I am.
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Re: Corrieri Classic 10 Mile TT Stirling

Postby Andy D » Sun Mar 21, 2010 9:56 pm

3 seconds ??!!!! Dry yer eyes man!!

Some good rides but I was not al that happy with mine (is anyone ever totally satisfied with a race effort?!)

Legs felt quite heavy and I was coughing up slime for the whole race but when I downloaded the Garmin, it looked like I couldn't have really put much more into it.

Fiona's race was really just a 'real time' test as she rode with the Power Tap non-aero rear wheel to get a true power download. So not sure how much that slowed her down maybe 30 odd seconds?!?! (hope not!)

Liam Monaghan rode well with his 33.23 - he'll be hitting the sub 30 mins bracket shortly, wait and see.

His old man put in a good ride with 22.52, my claim to fame was to hold his jacket while he raced.

I see that Brendan McCabe from the Wheelers posted a 22.56 (unless I wrote it down wrong) if that is right that is a fine ride by him.

Looking forward to the Presentation TT now that the legs have had a blow through and swept out the cobwebs.
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Re: Corrieri Classic 10 Mile TT Stirling

Postby Colin A » Mon Mar 22, 2010 7:50 am

Eyes were dry :cry: but you can't read, it was more like 10 seconds as I had sat up and coasted before I switched it off. Thinking about it I shouted out my number to a guy on the left hand side but was he the finish guy? Perhaps I sat up too early? Schoolboy error. :roll:

I was quite happy with that. Although I know what powers I can do on the turbo you never really know how that will translate to the race. That course is a good one to measure power on because it is fairly flat and it should be reasonably easy to get a good profile on, unlike some more lumpy courses where you tend to put bigger efforts going up the hills and ease off a bit to recover.

She could have used my powertap covers.
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Re: Corrieri Classic 10 Mile TT Stirling

Postby Andy D » Mon Mar 22, 2010 8:29 am

You're always buying and selling so I didn't know if you still had them, will maybe get a shottie some time later in the season. Fiona's profile looked well paced and even throughout. Average Power was well up on what she thought she could do if she had been doing the same effort on the turbo.
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Re: Corrieri Classic 10 Mile TT Stirling

Postby Andy D » Mon Mar 22, 2010 11:21 am

Full Results:

Arthur Doyle 20.14
Jim Cusick 21.37
Steve Nutley 21.47
Dave Muir 21.58
Raymond Johnston 21.58

Carlos Riise 21.59
Grant Smith 22.05
David Caesar 22.14
Barry McGurk 22.14
Thomas Gordon 22.22

Silas Goldsworthy 22.26
Stephen Cairns 22.32
Matthew Ball 22.34
Stuart Moran 22.35
Graham Cockburn 22.40

Derek Timmins 22.41
Gordon Graham 22.45
Andy Turnbull 22.48
Sean Monaghan 22.52
Brendan McCabe 22.56

Andrew Rowat 22.57
Scott McDairmid 23.13
Keith Smith 23.13
Jamie Drever 23.18
Ian King 23.20

Craig Dick 23.32
Chris Adamson 23.33
Billy Bunyan 23.34
Matt Hennon 23.35
Christine McLean 23.39 LV 1st Lady overall/1st Lady Veteran

Colin Mackenzie 23.42
Jessica Wilson-Young 23.46 L 1st Lady Senior
Neil Campbell 23.48
Keith Anderson 23.53
David Crombie 23.59

Scott Newman 24.04
Stephen Couper 24.06
Graeme Hay 24.09
J. Tomlinson 24.09
Graeme Hay 24.13

David Pritchard 24.21
Tom Bishop 24.22
Andy Duncan 24.27
Sadiq Mir 24.27
Paul Philp 24.33

Bud Johnston 24.33
Ross Laidlaw 24.34
Douglas Kirkham 24.37
A. Smith 24.46
Alan Solway 24.47

Stephen Brennan 24.47
Gavin Shuttleworth 24.47 y 1st Youth
Paul Anderson 24.48
Charles Adams 24.51
Colin Gillespie 24.56

David Wards 24.56
John Clark 24.58
Fiona Duncan 24.58 L
Kerry Lang 24.58 L
Alan Mooney 25.00

Barry Duncan 25.07
Peter Cullan 25.15
Robert Ure 25.16
Nick Badcock 25.26
Colin Allanach 25.40

Jim Reid 26.01
Grant Macintosh 26.01
Stuart Easton 26.11
J. McComskie 26.16
Paul Ramsay 26.24

Frank Curran 26.32
Colin Meikle 26.36
J. Proudfoot 26.43
John Hunter 26.44
George Adam 27.01

Jane Stevenson 27.05 L
Geoff Smith 27.06
Alistair Speed 27.49
Thomas Cummings 28.12
Isobel Fletcher 28.18 LV

Daniel Curran 28.24
R. Shuttleworth 28.27
Andrew Wilson 28.36
David Turner 28.46
Sean Noon 29.10 y

Janette Hazlett 29.28 L
John Dobbie 32.45
Gavin Laffoly 32.56 y
Liam Monaghan 33.23 y
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