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World Champion for Benchmark Homes Tour

Media Alert: 04 April 2008

World Champion in the Subway Cycling Team for Benchmark Homes Tour

Recently crowned track cycling World Champion Hayden Godfrey will join his Subway Cycling Team for round three of the Benchmark Homes Tour at Cust this Saturday 5 April. Godfrey's attention will turn from the boards of the Manchester velodrome to 135 kilometres of undulating roads around North Canterbury.

Over 100 starters are expected for the Parry Field Lawyers Open that will see up to fourteen sponsored cycling teams from around the South Island and a number of individual entrants vie for a sought after victory in a round of this prestigious competition.

Six riders from the Subway Cycling Team: Hayden Godfrey, James Williamson, Jason Christie, Tom Findlay, Patrick Williamson and Ruaraidh McLeod will compete


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