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National Time Trial Cycling Championships

National Time Trial Cycling ChampionshipsAntigua St. John's - Cool and Smooth has jumped on board with the Antigua and Barbuda Cycling Association as title sponsor for the sport’s most prestigious event on the 2014 calendar, the National Time Trial Cycling Championships.



The Cool and Smooth National Time Trial Cycling Championships will take place on Sunday April 6, starting at Police Recreation Grounds at 9am. The annual event will go for a maximum distance of 19 miles and covering the roads of Factory Road, North Sound, Mount Joy to Freemans Village playing field where the riders will turn and head back on the same route to PRG for 2 laps.



The defending National TT Champion, Jyme Bridges who is presently racing in Trinidad, mentioned earlier that he will be home to defend his title. But he will have to face the brewing home turf rivalry of Robert Marsh, Marvin Spencer, Omari King, Conroy Thomas, and Dale Richardson, who had all shown some good forms in the March 9 Time Trial event. Other notable riders that will vie for the sport top title are, Ken Jackson, Ashley Rhodes, Ashfield Vigo, Timmy Thomas, Wayne Henry, Bobby Simon, and Garfield Henry to name a few.





Kevinia Francis will defend her national title but will face the challenge from the Caribbean TT Silver Medalist, Tamiko Butler as she return home seeking the 2014 national on her resume. The women class has been showing some increase in participate and all is expected to participate.



Tesheed Gordon will be defending his Junior national title against a strong fleet of young riders including Joel Phillip, Nigel Fabian, Colin James. and Odell Joseph.



The Cycling Association is appealing to motorists for their co-operation on the shared use of the roads in this area. Although we are very pleased with the co-operation so far, this event requires riding-rhythm and keen concentration of the cyclists with less room for error.


Reporting by Caribarena news, publishing by Ofer Shaked.

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