Crawley A.I.M Charity 6/12/24 Hour Races 2019 Results

Crawley 24/12/6 hour races by Jon Lavis

The Crawley A.I.M Charity 6/12/24 Hour Races finished at 12 noon today. In the 6 hour, Michael Stocks winning distance is only surpassed so far this year by Craig Holgate at Stan Jewell’s Liverpool 6 hour last month. Karen Wallace’s 62.747 km is the best British women’s performance of the year so far.

Welsh international Nathan Flear produced the 6th best performance in the world so far this year to win the 12 hour pushed closed though by a great women’s win by Melissa Venables – third best in the world this year for second place overall.

The 24 hour race saw Brian Robb lead for the first 14 hours or so before Peter Windross assumed the lead. Pursued by Cat Simpson who was never far away and who finished in second place overall with a new course record peter fonally covered 226.8 km.

Not sure if these results contain the part-laps from the end of the race. The official results will no doubt be published on the website soon.

Unofficial Crawley A.I.M Charity 6/12/24 Hour Races 2019 Results

6 Hours
Pos Name Km
Men
1 Michael Stocks 79.521
2 Andy Jordan 71.058
3 Tony Trundley 67.263
Women
1 Karen Wallace 62.747
2 Beccy Matthews 57.665
3 Wassa Suttiwiriya 49.661
12 Hours
Pos Name Km
Men
1 Nathan Flear 132.501
2 Matthew Brand 115.328
3 Sam Kilpatrick 93.827
Women
1 Melissa Venables 125.853
2 Lotta Thorn 98.145
3 Michelle Kyte 52.4
24 Hours
Pos Name Km
Men
1 Peter Windross 226.8
2 Alan Lawrenson 213.6
3 Dan Masters 212
Women
1 Catherine Simpson 221.2
2 Sinead Kane 204
3 Kerry Suton 187.6

Race links
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Race results
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