The Bermuda Bicycle Associationís Mountain Bike season continued with the 91 competitors taking part in the 2nd Fat Tire Massive Race of the season which was held at Casemates - The Bermuda National Museum in Dockyard.
The Male Open 60 minutes race was won by Nick Naraway who completed 9 laps with a time of 1:05:06.486, Alexander Miller was second he also completed 9 laps and he was clocked at 1:06:14.801 and Liam Flannery was third with a time of 1:07:43.234.
Nicole Mitchell picked up the win in the Female Open 60 minutes race when she clocked a 7 lap time of 1:01:37.088.
Clive Langley won the Male Open 30 minutes race with a 4 lap time of 33:06.071, while finishing second was Raphael Brunorio who was clocked across the line in a time of 33:10.033 and Tony Wood was third in 35:04.563.
Zoe Hasselkuss won the Female Open 30 minutes race with a 4 lap time of 38:44.229, Jasmine Hasselkus was second in 39:14.849 and Kayla Raymond finished third with a time of 40:03.907.
Enshe'Nico Davis won the 13-16 Class with a 4 lap time of 35:26.373, with Rory Fleming second in 37:24.702.
The XIX Caribbean Cycling Championships moved into the Road Race portion. www.islandstats.com was able to obtain the results of the Championships online.
The Two Females Caitlin Conyers and Gabriella Arnold as well as the Three Male competitors Kaden Hopkins, Conor White and Dominique Mayho all took to the startline.
Conyers who the day before picked up the Gold Medal finished 6th covering the 78.4K distance in a time of 2:23:16, while Arnold finished 10th stopping the clock in 2:23:22. Heydi Pradera from Cuba clocked a winning time of 2:18:07.
White was the best finisher for Bermuda over the 123.3K course crossing the line in a time of 3:11.47, which saw him finish 24th, finishing two spots back was Hopkins who clocked the same time.
The pair crossed the line 01.46 behind the winner Felix Nodarse from Cuba, they also finished in a pack of riders from 5th Ė 29th, Mayho finished 42nd overall stopping the clock in a time of 3:16.25, he was 06.24 behind Nodarse.
Saturday, November 02, 2019
Bermuda Win Two Medals in Caribbean Championships
Caitlin Conyers started a major day in Bermuda cycling history when she sped to victory in the Womenís Time Trial race on the iconic Malecon in Havana this morning. Setting a time which was over a minute faster than the second place finisher from Cuba, Conyers delivered gold for Bermuda.
Conyers was clocked at 33:48.202
In the Menís Time Trial Conor White and Kaden Hopkins took to the start ramp with Hopkins turning in a performance that netted him the overall fastest time, resulting in his receiving the gold medals for the Elite and U23 titles. As Hopkins was the Junior Caribbean champion in 2018 and now the 2019 Elite champion, he is believed to be the first ever junior to Elite title holder.
Hopkins was clocked in a time of 45:16.629, while White recorded a time of 48:10.787.
Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Bermuda Team Announced for Championships
The 2019 Caribbean Cycling Road Race Championships is slated to be held in Havana, Cuba, from October 31st to November 3rd.
Bermuda will be represented by five cyclist, three male and two female competitors.
In the Male Division Dominque Mahyo, Kaden Hopkins and Connor White will fly the flag, while Pan American Games competitor Caitlyn Conyers and Gabriella Arnold will battle it out in the Womenís Division.
The team will be managed by Peter Dunne and Darren Glasford, while Che'quan Richardson will serve as the team Mechanic.
In 2018 White won the Silver Medal in the Under 23 Time Trial, Conyers was second in the Road Race and Arnold won the Under 23 Women's Road Race.
The 2019 edition of the Caribbean Cycling Championships is being organized by COPACI and the Cuban Cycling Federation as part of the celebration of Havana's 500th Anniversary of its founding.