British Cycling Championship Wins

Just 7 days after winning their first individual British Championship of 2013—“Team Jewson—M.I.Racing—Thule—Polypipe,” were at it again—this time winning not 1 , but 2 British Championships over the weekend. Once again it was the Lady members of the Team who came away with Championship honours. 52 yr old Louise Day—better know for her Cyclo- Cross Performances, which include a UCI World Championship Medal and several British Championships—but on Sunday she won the 50 + National Ladies 25 mil Time Trial Championships , nr Boston , Lincs.—on a very cold and windy morning.—following several weeks of excellent performances inc. wins over 10 and 25 miles. Photo of Louise Day , receiving her Championship awards at the British 25 ml Championships on Sunday=–attached North of the border, in Scotland, 45 yr old Anne Murray, continued her run of excellent form , when she won the British Endurance, Marathon Mountain Bike Championships.—one of her main targets for the season—and then followed it up the next morning by winning round 4 of the Scottish Mt Bike National series. Anne is a multi British Champion, but it looked like her career was over following back problems towards the end of last season, –but she has now fought back to full fitness, and will be aiming for several more National titles during 2013—Anne’s Championship victory , now brings Team Jewson’s tally of National Championships for 2013 to 3 Individual, and 1 team—Team Boss Mick Ives , promised 3 to 6 National Championships in 2013, when speaking at the Team Dinner and Awards Ev , last November. Victories for the Team didn’t end here. On Friday Ev, Wellesbourne’s Tim Stowe, got...