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2014 Winter Aggregate Race Series – Denno wins the Battle, Ritchie wins the WARS

2014 Winter Aggregate Race Series – Denno wins the Battle, Ritchie wins the WARS

Denno wins the Battle, Ritchie wins the WARS
The last race of the WARS saw a dazzling display of sprinting devastation from Scott “Reduction Man” Denno to dispatch a desperate dive from Dave ‘Pixie” Peters and deliver the dosh to Denno by less than a dragonfly’s digit. It took 20min, a dozen video replays and some heavy duty squinting to separate the pair that hit the line at >60km/hr.
The last day of Winter and not only is the weather warming up, so too is the racing at Eureka, with the last big hit out before our Open for most. Particularly promising is the form of some of our middle and front markers who are much harder to catch, almost impossible to drop and dangerous in the sprint.
A handy six man bunch left off the “minimum chips” limit mark of 17 mins, and held the race lead until the final lap. Graham “The Master” Parker learned to race when TV was still in black and white and he’s still showing the “young guys” how to sprint at the death. The lightly raced Barry Robinson is more machine than man these days, with more replacement parts than grandpa’s holden he always races on the rivet and was a solid contributor again today. Mal Rock is an enigma, you never know what you are going to get from one race to another, on a bad day he is prone to brain fades, has the attention span of a goldfish and the staying power of snow, on a good day he is a tough hombre with a thousand yard stare and a gritty resolve. Today it was the later. Greg “ Cadel” Curnow has had man-flu for about the last 6 months and suffered again today but he wasn’t alone, Rotten Ronnie Larkin was also not at his best, both men shelled. Terry Collie made up the chorus and looked comfortable until the group were caught and the speed went up, Terry’s got a bit more zip about him this year and looks like a man with a plan.
Chasing Parkers bunch of rogues and reprobates was the race killing 8 min bunch. They were the biggest bunch of the day with 7 game riders and some serious firepower hidden in their midst. You could hardly wipe the smiles from their faces at the start line, and as the wind picked up so too did their confidence. Barring a major malfunction there was high expectations that this bunch would be in the mix at the end. The real muscle in the group was today’s winner, Reduction Man has been training hard and despite his self-deprecating assessment of his form, the training is starting to pay off, Scott was irrepressive today, even in the warm up he was dropping riders. He is a serious contender that packs a whollop in a sprint. The current WARS leader (and ultimate winner) Matt Ritchie has had a great winter and only needed a high placing to secure aggregate glory, otherwise his fate was in the hands of the gods, he was keen to ensure his bunch did two things; 1) catch the race, 2) keep Phil Cartledge off their tail – the bunch succeeded on both accounts and Matt walked off with the bubbles and bucks.
After an initiation of fire in recent weeks, new rider Duncan “Psycho” Bates got a lift out and found his level today, racing with conviction and strength. John Creek is finding form fast, he’s already come a long way since returning to racing 3 weeks ago, today he didn’t miss a beat, worked all his turns and was a driving force behind the success of the bunch – justifiably he was awarded Race of the Day. Dave “Pixie” Peters is yet to win a handicap at Eureka but he has gone oh so close on a couple of occasions. He’s on the comeback trail too and is racing a bunch or two in front of his best form. Today was very promising for him, his mid-week retreat to the Murray obviously a tonic. Bob Morley and Kevin Lee rounded out this fearsome group, both have been racing consistently over recent weeks and what they two lack in power/weight ratios they make up for in strength of character and a superhuman appetite for suffering.
The 8 min marauders caught the 17 min bunch on the last lap and stepped up the pace to sort out who had legs and who was there for show. The headwind up Crick’s Hill tested the bunch but once they turned for home downwind down Donovans Rd the race could have been anyones. Over the rise and a kilo from home Kevin ‘Popeye’ Lee stepped out first, trying to steal a march on the more fancied sprinters. Matt saw this as an opportunity and tried to bridge, both of these riders have used this “Hail Mary” strategy in the past for some success but not today, both folded their hands early and were consumed by the pack. Dave kicked hard but Scott was on to him quickly, it took Scott a little while to work up the revs but the engine was fairly singing as he edged in front of Dave. Dave kicked again and threw himself, his bike and all his hope at the line but missed “by that much”, again. In a really fast bunch sprint it was The Master Parker who grabbed third only a bike length behind the winner, with Mal Rock bobbing up for fourth and Bob rocking up for fifth.
The middle and front of the race had ridden so well the back of the race were never in the hunt. Second scratch were on a kamikaze mission to hell, with four riders chasing 7 and looking for 5 mins, into the wind, is was always going to be a tough day on the bike. The last winner on this course Jon Lacey has lost none of his form and race strongly, Dean Wells feels no pain and buried himself on the front, while Peter “Fifi” Livitsanis, who had earned a promotion to second scratch, and Grant “Smokey” Dawson suffered like dogs gritting their teeth and pretending their legs weren’t screaming. They took a minute out of the bunch up the road on the first lap and 1.5mins out on the second but two consecutive red flags took the momentum out of the bunch and sealed their fate, now “winning” had become how long could they maintain their slim margin over Scratch.
Scratch showed up on Quarry Hill on the last lap, Tony Mirabella and Phil Cartledge had ridden through the black mist to finally reel in the 3 min bunch, and they were looking for help. Earlier Andrew “Sparky” Rushton had started with them but a short circuit blew all his fuses and his lights went out on the first lap, leaving Phil and Tony to the chase. In a superb display of selfless riding, Phil put in a huge effort, pulling long high speed turns at a ridiculously low cadence much to Tony’s joy. Once combined with second scratch it was a case of race home as best you can, Smokey got shelled up Crick’s Hill but fought hard to get back on but paid the price 300m later on Coghills Ck corner, Dean had spent all his bikkies and let the guys go on Donovan’s Rd. Fifi hung on so he could witness the finish and have something to write about and Lacey pretended he’d started with scratch and decided to contest the sprint for fun. Tony hit the gas with 100m to go to easily account for Phil for fastest.
This race concluded out Winter Aggregate Race Series, a very successful series which saw most of the clubs racers and members involved in some capacity. Thanks to Dean Wells for the inspiration and sponsoring the series. Congratulations go to this year’s winner was Matt Ritchie.
Results
1st    Scott Denno (8 min)
2nd    Dave Peters (8 min)
3rd    Graeme Parker (17 min)
4th    Mal Rock (17 min)
5th    Bob Morley (8 min)
FT    Tony Mirabella (Scratch)
ROD    John Creek (8 min)

 

Coghills Creek Handicap
31 August 2014
Coghills Creek Circuit, 60km

August 31, 2014: Coghills Creek Handicap, 60km

Denno wins the Battle, Ritchie wins the WARS.

The last race of the WARS saw a dazzling display of sprinting devastation from Scott ‘Reduction Man’ Denno to dispatch a desperate dive from Dave ‘Pixie’ Peters and deliver the dosh to Denno by less than a dragonfly’s digit. It took 20min, a dozen video replays and some heavy duty squinting to separate the pair that hit the line at >60km/hr.

The last day of winter and not only is the weather warming up, so too is the racing at Eureka, with the last big hit out before our Open for most. Particularly promising is the form of some of our middle and front markers who are much harder to catch, almost impossible to drop and dangerous in the sprint.

A handy six man bunch left off the ‘minimum chips’ limit mark of 17 mins, and held the race lead until the final lap. Graham ‘The Master’ Parker learned to race when TV was still in black and white and he’s still showing the ‘young guys’ how to sprint at the death. The lightly raced Barry Robinson is more machine than man these days, with more replacement parts than Grandpa’s Holden he always races on the rivet and was a solid contributor again today. Mal Rock is an enigma, you never know what you are going to get from one race to another, on a bad day he is prone to brain fades, has the attention span of a goldfish and the staying power of snow, on a good day he is a tough hombre with a thousand yard stare and a gritty resolve. Today it was the later. Greg ‘Cadel’ Curnow has had man-flu for about the last 6 months and suffered again today but he wasn’t alone, Rotten Ronnie Larkin was also not at his best, both men shelled. Terry Collie made up the chorus and looked comfortable until the group were caught and the speed went up, Terry’s got a bit more zip about him this year and looks like a man with a plan.

Chasing Parkers bunch of rogues and reprobates was the race killing 8 min bunch. They were the biggest bunch of the day with 7 game riders and some serious firepower hidden in their midst. You could hardly wipe the smiles from their faces at the start line, and as the wind picked up so too did their confidence. Barring a major malfunction there was high expectations that this bunch would be in the mix at the end. The real muscle in the group was today’s winner, Reduction Man has been training hard and despite his self-deprecating assessment of his form, the training is starting to pay off, Scott was irrepressive today, even in the warm up he was dropping riders. He is a serious contender that packs a whollop in a sprint. The current WARS leader (and ultimate winner) Matt Ritchie has had a great winter and only needed a high placing to secure aggregate glory, otherwise his fate was in the hands of the gods, he was keen to ensure his bunch did two things; 1) catch the race, 2) keep Phil Cartledge off their tail – the bunch succeeded on both accounts and Matt walked off with the bubbles and bucks.

After an initiation of fire in recent weeks, new rider Duncan ‘Psycho’ Bates got a lift out and found his level today, racing with conviction and strength. John Creek is finding form fast, he’s already come a long way since returning to racing 3 weeks ago, today he didn’t miss a beat, worked all his turns and was a driving force behind the success of the bunch – justifiably he was awarded Race of the Day. Dave “Pixie” Peters is yet to win a handicap at Eureka but he has gone oh so close on a couple of occasions. He’s on the comeback trail too and is racing a bunch or two in front of his best form. Today was very promising for him, his mid-week retreat to the Murray obviously a tonic. Bob Morley and Kevin Lee rounded out this fearsome group, both have been racing consistently over recent weeks and what they two lack in power/weight ratios they make up for in strength of character and a superhuman appetite for suffering.

The 8 minute marauders caught the 17 minute bunch on the last lap and stepped up the pace to sort out who had legs and who was there for show. The headwind up Crick’s Hill tested the bunch but once they turned for home downwind down Donovans Rd the race could have been anyone’s. Over the rise and a kilo from home Kevin ‘Popeye’ Lee stepped out first, trying to steal a march on the more fancied sprinters. Matt saw this as an opportunity and tried to bridge, both of these riders have used this ‘Hail Mary’ strategy in the past for some success, but not today – they folded their hands early and were consumed by the pack. Dave kicked hard but Scott was on to him quickly, it took Scott a little while to work up the revs but the engine was fairly singing as he edged in front of Dave. Dave kicked again and threw himself, his bike and all his hope at the line but missed “by that much”, again. In a really fast bunch sprint it was The Master Parker who grabbed third only a bike length behind the winner, with Mal Rock bobbing up for fourth and Bob rocking up for fifth.

The middle and front of the race had ridden so well the back of the race were never in the hunt. Second scratch were on a kamikaze mission to hell, with four riders chasing 7 and looking for 5 minutes, into the wind, is was always going to be a tough day on the bike. The last winner on this course Jon Lacey has lost none of his form and race strongly, Dean Wells feels no pain and buried himself on the front, while Peter ‘Fifi’ Livitsanis, who had earned a promotion to second scratch, and Grant ‘Smokey’ Dawson suffered like dogs gritting their teeth and pretending their legs weren’t screaming. They took a minute out of the bunch up the road on the first lap, and 1.5mins out on the second, but two consecutive red flags took the momentum out of the bunch and sealed their fate, now ‘winning’ had become how long could they maintain their slim margin over Scratch.

Scratch showed up on Quarry Hill on the last lap, Tony Mirabella and Phil Cartledge had ridden through the black mist to finally reel in the 3 min bunch, and they were looking for help. Earlier Andrew ‘Sparky’ Rushton had started with them but a short circuit blew all his fuses and his lights went out on the first lap, leaving Phil and Tony to the chase. In a superb display of selfless riding, Phil put in a huge effort, pulling long high speed turns at a ridiculously low cadence much to Tony’s joy. Once combined with second scratch it was a case of race home as best you can, Smokey got shelled up Crick’s Hill but fought hard to get back on but paid the price 300m later on Coghills Creek corner, Dean had spent all his bikkies and let the guys go on Donovan’s Rd. Fifi hung on so he could witness the finish and have something to write about and Lacey pretended he’d started with scratch and decided to contest the sprint for fun. Tony hit the gas with 100m to go to easily account for Phil for fastest.

This race concluded out Winter Aggregate Race Series, a very successful series which saw most of the clubs racers and members involved in some capacity. Thanks to Dean Wells for the inspiration and sponsoring the series. Congratulations go to this year’s winner was Matt Ritchie.

Results

1st           Scott Denno (8 min)

2nd          Dave Peters (8 min)

3rd           Graeme Parker (17 min)

4th           Mal Rock (17 min)

5th           Bob Morley (8 min)

FT           Tony Mirabella (Scratch)

ROD       John Creek (8 min)

August 24, 2014: Mt Misery Handicap, 48km

Matt Makes a Move

Matt “Scud” Ritchie has been there or there abouts for the past few races, but somehow kismet has played its part and the finale’s have been miss-fires for Matt, but not today. The usually patient and race savvy Matt knew he was in the hunt again today, but recent losses must have had him on edge. Startled by something, perhaps a bogus sighting of Scratch, or maybe just his own shadow, he launched his final sprint a long way from home. The field hesitated, how can he go so far out? But fuelled by vengeance for past narrow losses, there was no intercepting him and the Scud finally hit the mark. The victory also taking the popular winner to the top of the winter aggregate competition.

A solid field of 24 enjoyed almost fine conditions for a change on Misery, a shifting wind making the run home quick and the front of the race hard to catch.

With no real limit bunch today, the first sortee away was Graeme Parker, Mal Rock, Ron Larkin and Terry Collie off a skinny 16 min. This brave battalion conquered the Misery hill and Black Bottom Rd without sighting anything on radar, however a quick look around at the Ercildoune Rd corner revealed a phalanx of riders descending on them at speed. They braced for the inevitable onslaught of a larger combined bunch, but despite the speed increasing considerably they weathered the charge and all stayed in the game, Graham and Terry riding impressive races and the two of them finishing in the money.

Behind them the 10 min bunch of Kevin Popeye Lee, the time-telling impaired Brian Lee, Bob Morley and Peter “Fifi” Livitsanis had dropped Albie “Honolulu” Govan early to the relative comfort of the bunch behind. Honolulu re-grouped and in Ride of the Day managed to set a Strava PR for the road he got dropped on and cling to second scratch when they came through.

The 10 min group stormed up Misery and were assaulting the 13 min bunch of convalescents John BFG Creek, Matt Scud Ritchie and Dave Pixie Peters, the BFG and Pixie are still recovering from illness but put in great rides for guys that have been off the bike for weeks. Half way down the hill the two groups combined to chase the race lead which came into view on Black Bottom Rd.

Despite instructions to hit the 16 min bunch hard the combined group of 7 were stretched out into single file by the crafty Parker bunch spreading across the road which provided a hook for the Parker bunch to grab onto at the back. Now a peloton of 11 had formed and the games started.

Bob, Fifi and Brian were not happy to see such a large group forming, especially when it contained some sharp sprinters, Parker, Peters and the Scud were in the mix and are not the guys to take to the line. Several attempts were made to put the hurt on and shed a few riders, but fearing counterattacks the hurt didn’t last long and the group turned into Weatherboard as one.

Ron and Brian worked either side of the road up the hill, intending to ride a solid tempo to deter attacks, but Fifi rode through the middle taking Bob and Kevin up the hill, finally unhitching Dave, Brian and Ron. Over the crest and down past the Avenue, Kevin put in a savage attack downhill, having seen Kevin win a race in this manner before, Bob closed him down, the rest of the field watching and waiting.

At the cemetery corner, in sight of the circling magpie at the finish, but still nearly 1km out, Matt clicks down and BANG he rips past Fifi and opens 20m in a heartbeat. Fifi ain’t going that far out and was waiting for a counter wheel to grab but it came too late. Graeme Parker had also hesitated but now the guy with the golden legs finally opened up to chase down Matt. But Matt had screwed his courage to the sticking place, despite making a bold and risky move, he was not going to be taken down today. With Fifi and Graeme stripping his lead quickly he found something in the bottom of his suitcase of courage to hang on by a bike length or two.

Despite very high average speeds the back of the race were left looking for a minute or two by race end. Second Scratch saw the return of Grant Smokey Dawson, who combined with the in-form Richard Taylor, the irrepressible Rob Phillips (who didn’t ride out for today’s race), Dean “Centurion” Wells, Ross McDonald and new rider Duncan Bates. The biggest group in the race were a bit two paced with a spread of race fitness levels and struggled to find a smooth rhythm. Mt Misery tested this bunch that was keen to progress and the cracks started to appear, with both Ross and Smokey getting shelled. With a slender lead on scratch it was only a matter of kms before they were caught and the question asked as to who could hang on.

Scratch started fast and Tony Mirabella appeared keen to keep the pace high all day. After turning into Edmonston road Andrew Sparky Rushton and Phil Cartledge went bush bashing but kept it upright after not getting their turns right (someone was pushing in). After turning into Langi Kal Kal road and the Misery hill, Bob Braszell was unhitched by the fast pace being brought by Tony and Guy Falla. Shortly after a suffering Ross McDonald was sighted who had fallen off the back of second scratch. Phil called him to sit in which he duly did, keen for more suffering he lasted for another 18km – Grant Smokey Dawson was picked up and left just as quickly…he’d been eating too much Moa while holidaying in NZ -gaining a dozen pounds.

After the 20km mark 2nd scratch first came into view -though the catch wasn’t achieved until the Ercildoune corner -at this time Tony thought it pertinent to kick again to make sure there were no free riders, Dan Hale, who was getting a tow, managed to stay in place but Sparky Rushton was unhitched by this move.

Richard Robocop Taylor and new rider Duncan “Pyscho” Bates also managed to hang on to the 4 remaining scratch riders. The impetuous Robocop saw fit to attack the group -gaining a 75m advantage at one point, only to be bought back to the fold by Phil and a hardworking Guy.

Tony checked his watch then kicked again, and the call went out to close him down and all riders responded. After things settled down Phil resumed his usual spot at the front for the run in to the line, Tony kicked from 2nd wheel to take fastest time although you could have thrown a tarp over the 4 scratch riders.

Next week is a long one around the Coghills Ck circuit for the final of the WARS, with 8 riders still with a sniff its sure to be a great race, and a good warm up for our Open on the same course.

Results

1st           Matt Ritchie (13 min)

2nd          Graeme Parker (16 min)

3rd           Peter Livitsanis (10 min)

4th           Terry Collie (16 min)

5th           Kevin Lee (10 min)

FT           Tony Mirabella (Scratch)

ROD       Albie Govan (10 min, but really 4 min)

Winners time     1:25:32

 

August 17, 2014: Hetherington Hill Top Handicap, 58km

Popeye is the Waubra Mauler

Kevin “Popeye” Lee is proud in polka dots having conquered the Towering Turbines of Terror climb. After riding down a bold bid by Bob Morley and withstanding a late charge by the Rampaging Richard “Robocop” Taylor, Popeye joins a short but illustrious list of previous winners, including Adam Smith and Tony Mirabella.

19 of Eureka’s bravest and finest “Hilltop Hoods” raced for glorious victory to the lofty heights of the Waubra windfarm, where the brooding giant sentinels honour champions. It’s not that high but everyone notices the lack of oxygen by the top!

The 10 min bunch was imperious today, despite windy conditions this gallant group of four and a half riders held off larger chasing bunches and if not for some last minute helter skelter would have won the race relatively unchallenged. From the shadowy underworld of lower Navigators, came the not-so big guy Scott “Reduction Man” Denno, unseen for weeks, his fitness was a mystery until he started pulling big turns into the wind down the Avenue. The Beast from Buninyong, Matt Ritchie has been up at the pointy end of the last few races and this recent form continued, he emptied the tank today to keep his bunch in a winning position. John Creek gave his all today too, pity that was bugger all, after a bout of nastiness over the last few weeks his return to racing was agonising, he gave what he could and gracefully retired to watch the finish. Bob “the Professor” Morley, soon realised he was in a strong bunch, and patiently waited for his chance in a race he would love to win, and has come close a few times – he’s been “cheated” out of places on that final pinch several times, would he turn the tables today?.

With the wind in the right quarter the front of the race was always going to be hard to catch, especially if they worked their bunches smoothly. Off 22 min, Lisa “Princess” Ritchie didn’t have to worry about a smooth working bunch, taking off by her lonesome. It takes a special resolve to ride a course like that on a windy day by yourself and Lisa performed with true grit and a smile (or perhaps a grimace).

The three man team of terrifying tempo chasing her off 17 min made up ground quickly. Greg “Cadel” Curnow is slowly building his form and worked well with Mal Rock who is also returning to racing but has been in a good paddock over winter, let’s just say the power-to-weight ratio needs some “fine tuning”. In a bunch with a critical mass of unpredictability, Graeme Parker had his work cut out for him ensuring things stayed on a relatively even keel. They soon had the race lead and held it until the 10 km run toward the hilltop finish. A great ride by this bunch with all three finishing inside the top 10.

They were caught by the Lee 10 minute express late in the race, which signalled the start of the fireworks. The coltish Bob Morley made his move from way “downtown”, keen to hit the final ascent with some sort of lead. With his adrenalin levels spiking he hit the turbo charger on Weatherboard Rd just before the Edmonston Rd corner, then downwind but uphill he opened nearly 100m on his comrades. But Popeye was having none of that, he set off in pursuit clawing back half the lead by the final corner. The group was destroyed, Reduction Man left Matt to chase Popeye, Matt throttled back, content to just make the finish, but pedalling squares this was going to be a challenge in itself. Onto the brutal ascent and with every pedal stroke Popeye ground down the gap to overhaul Bob, Popeye’s hill climbing stamina proving the difference in the final kick up to the line.

Halfway down the hill Reduction Man was in his own little corner of hell, suffering his way up the hill in third place, but not for long, he felt a cool breeze and saw something flash past, out of nowhere, with full lights and sirens, a rampaging Richard “Robocop” Taylor screamed past.

Richard had started with the 4 min bunch, a hard working gang lead out by a comfortable looking Rob Phillips and the selfless Dean Wells, both riding solid tempo that had Peter “Fifi” Livitsanis gasping. Ross MacDonald is a big unit and had chosen a pretty tough race for a come-back and while he was Superman for the first lap the undulating course soon revealed Clarke Kent, Ross’ demise coming just under the circling magpie on Weatherboard road. Matt “Riff Raff” Bowman used the most energy in the bunch, most of it getting back on after being continually gapped, he is a man of tenacity and never gave in and seemed to find what he needed to get him across every time. After three laps they could see the front of the race up the road already beginning to stretch out as the heat came on for the finish.

“They’re only a minute up the road”, an exhausted Parker wheezed as they caught up with him at the Avenue corner. Terry Collie drove past to get to the finish and Robocop decided he wanted to get there quicker too and took off. Fifi put in half an effort to bridge, but when he looked back for assistance he could see Dean and Rob were cooked and Riff Raff was still struggling on the Weatherboard Hill, by this time Robocop was 100m up the road and disappearing fast. In no-man’s land Fifi set himself to time trial to the finish.

Robocop caught up with Matt, then Mal and Greg each informing him the race was still up the road. In Ride of the Day, he swung onto the final hill in fourth, upped the heart rate to maximum and explored new ways to turn himself inside out. Past Denno into third, then past Morley into second, by the final short kick to the line he could almost touch Kevin, but Popeye found just enough to hold him off. Victory is always possible for those that refuse to stop fighting.

The last spot “in the money” went to Fifi who eased past Mal and Greg half way up the final climb to a howl of anguish from Greg.

With the wind assisting the front of the race on the more challenging uphill sections it was always going to be a struggle for Scratch. Coupled with a few usual suspects missing and some illness in their ranks they soldiered on but weren’t up to it for line honours today. Today the scratchies cooperated from the beginning and set out at a good pace, gaining close half the time to 2nd scratch. However, they couldn’t sustain that pace and they slowed, even started losing time, by the last lap the writing was on the wall, they were racing for fastest time, and they watched each other till the climb began.

Phil Cartledge led into the final hill and Tony Mirabella made a solid attack at the first steep gradient, which detached Bob Braszell, Dane Hale clung to Tony’s wheel with Phil following. They eased up considerably with none wanting to make the first move in this Mexican standoff. At the bottom of the last pinch Phil, Tony and Dan were still pretty much all together and it came down to a mad uphill sprint with the lightweight Tony edging out the under-the-weather Dan.

Thanks to Dan Hale for sponsoring the impressive trophies for this race.

Results

1st           Kevin Lee (10 min)

2nd          Richard Taylor (4 min)

3rd           Bob Morley (10 min)

4th           Scott Denno (10 min)

5th           Peter Livitsanis (4 min)

FT           Tony Mirabella (Scratch)

ROD       Richard Taylor (4 min)

Winners time     1:48:12

Fastest time       1:41:44

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