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Kluivert Mitchel Wins Individual Time Trial & Individual Road Race National Championships

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Kluivert Mitchel emerged victorious in the 32 km National Individual Time Trial in a time of 47mins 02.92 secs at an average speed of 40.76km per hour over Fidel Esnard  by 5mins 52 secs for second place and Winston Williams by 7 mins 11secs for 3rd place.

Matthew Louis the first junior finished in 57mins 40.79 secs  averaging 33.26km/hr.

Denver Alphonse finished 1st in the 16km Cadet U-17 category in 29mins 05.56 secs averaging 33.05km/hr.

The lone female rider Seraphina William finished in the Minime U-15 category finished in a time of 31 mins 42.49 secs averaging 30.24 km/hr.

Kluivert Mitchel 1st in the 103km Road race in 2hrs 47mins 35.35 secs averaging 36.86km/hr  over Winston Williams by 7 mins 59secs in 2nd place and Fidel Esnard by 22mins 49secs for 3rd place.

Omari Victor was 1st in the 68.8km road Race in the Cadet U-17 Category in 2hrs 12mins 51.24 secs averaging  31.06km/hr over Denver Alphonse in a sprint finish.

Seraphina William finished 1st in the 34 km mixed U-15 category in 1hr 4mins 27.34 secs averaging 32km/hr.

SOURCE: St. Lucia Cycling Association

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Congrats to the youngsters indeed. But we need to bring awareness to the risk that they take and to tell our drivers that riders are human too, and they should stop playing Russian roulette with people lives in the road. Alot or folks would like to send their children to train but because of the way some road useser are now aways. It’s not easy riding on this beautiful island.

  2. Keep up the good work, dedication, discipline and effort. We’re proud of all of you.

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