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Vink’s record highlight of local time trial season

Vink’s record highlight of local time trial season
31 march 2010
Michael Vink’s breaking of Brian Fowlers 16 year old time trial record was a highlight of the Christchurch Time Trial association’s summer season that ended last night.

A number of age group records were also broken during the season which experienced excellent growth and interest with large numbers turning out for the weekly racing on a Tuesday night.

Vink, 18, broke the long standing record on the 16th of March to record a time of 19 minutes and 42 seconds for the 16 kilometre course, being the first person to go under 20 minutes for the distance.

Age group winners for 2009/10 season (average time from 3 fastest times)
Junior (U16) Chloe McCaughan 0:26:09
Intermediate (16-19) Hayley Mercer 0:24:40
Senior (20-34) Julia Grant 0:25:29
Veteran (44-54) Tracy Clark 0:25:03
Super Veteran (55-64) Brenda Fortune 0:28:05
Female Super Veteran Plus (65+)Karen Farrell 0:29:04

Junior (U16) Hamish Schreurs 0:23:02
Intermediate (16-19) Simon Acker 0:23:16
Senior (20-34) David Plew 0:21:59
Masters (35-44) John McKenzie 0:22:21
Veteran (45-54) David Roche 0:21:45
Super Veteran (55-64) Gary Ferguson 0:22:43
Super Veteran Plus (65+) Bruce Milne 0:24:59
Hand bike Rob Martin 0:30:55

Canterbury Time Trail Associations records as at 31 March 2010
Junior Vanessa Rolton 24:41 20/10/98
Intermediate Rebecca Bailey 23:35 15/03/94
Senior Annaliisa Farrell 23:01 15/01/02
Masters Annaliisa Farrell 23:55 16/03/10
Veteran Tracy Clark 25:10 8/12/09
Super Veteran Shirley Rolston 27:03 14/02/06
Super Veteran + Karen Farrell 28:26 16/03/10

Junior Hamish Schreurs 22:55 16/03/10
Intermediate Michael Vink 19:42 16/03/10
Senior Brian Fowler 20:24 22/02/94
Masters John McKenzie 22:11 2/03/10
Veteran Dave Sullivan 21:09 15/12/08
Super Veteran Gary Ferguson 22:31 16/03/10
Super Veteran + Bruce Milne 24:45 8/12/09


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