Road Race Championships

Some articles on road race championships, race, road race, championships, road:

Simeon Hempsall - Palmarés
1986 1st British National Road Race Championships - Junior 1989 2nd Stage 5b, Tour du Hainaut Occidental, Amateurs, Bellegem, Belgium 1990 1st British National Road Race Championships - Amateur 1st Stage 7b, Tour ... Milk Race, Lincoln 1st Stage 3, Circuit Franco-Belge, Leuze, Belgium 3rd British National Road Race Championships - Amateur 3rd Manx Trophy 1993 1st Paris - Troyes, France 3rd Stage 5, Milk ...
Willy Kemp - Palmarès
1947 World University Cycling Champion, road race World University Cycling Championships, individual pursuit World University Cycling Championships, team pursuit GP Faber 1949 Luxembourg national road race ...
Australian National Road Race Championships
... The Australian National Road Race Championships, are held annually with an event for each category of rider Men, Women under 23 riders ... the Australian National Time Trial Championships since 2002 ... The Australian Championships were officially known as the Scody Australian Open Road Cycling Championships from 1999 to 2010, taking the name of their main sponsor ...
Sue Palmer-Komar - Palmarès
1992 2nd Canadian National Road Race Championships 1995 2nd Canadian National Road Race Championships 2nd Canadian National Time Trial Championships 1996 ...
Steve Joughin - Palmarès
1976 1st Merseyside divisional road race championships 1977 1st Merseyside divisional road race championships 1st National junior road race series 1st British Junior Road race champion 1978 27th Commonwealth ...

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