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Date published: Mon, 20 Aug 2018 08:18:12 GMT
Welcome to The League 2000
The League 2000 is ran by members of the Cleveland Wheelers Cycling Club. Our aim is to bring cycling to the under 18 in the North East of England, where during the summer months, from April 'til September, we run a series of age related events for 3 - 17 year olds. Held at Middlesbrough Sports Village, Alan Peacock Way, Middlesbrough TS4 3AE. In a safe, traffic free environment.

The format of the evening is a 1 lap Time Trial, a Skills Test and to finish a Road Race.

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League 2000 - Round Six 2018
League 2000 Rd 6 results

Halfway through the series saw another amazing turn out with 93 riders on a nice but windy evening. The wind didn't hamper 26 riders who did PB's the biggest improvement going to Robby Diro Ejara with a 20 second improvement. The fastest 3 on the night being Lewis Dolan 64.9
Euan Sanderson 71.9 and Connor Ali 73.8. Lewis' time a 3 sec improvement.

Skills stage saw Joel Hurt being the victor in 32 secs, followed by Lewis with 35 secs and Oliver Gatenby 35 secs.

Posted by Ram on Wednesday 20 June 2018 - 11:53:26 |
League 2000 - Round Five 2018
93 riders turned up for round 5 which is keeping this years average at 94 per night, heading towards record figures. Unfortunately the weather was back to its normal damp and cool state.

Only 13 riders did PB's including the nights fastest rider Lewis Dolan 68.2 ahead of Connor Ali 68.8 and Ben White 74.7, Alfie Browns 73 secs improvement being the biggest.

However Connor took the skills round his time being 33 secs with Daniel Thompson 1 second behind and joint 3rd Lewis Dolan and Oliver Gatenby a further 3 seconds in arrears.

The 5 lap event also went to Lewis Dolan who came through from the scratch beating fellow scratch man Connor Ali with Euan Sanderson 3rd.

4 Laps victor Huw Prust won the sprint from Fin Godber with U8 Lewis Anderson crossing 3rd. A tight sprint for the win in the 3 lap event saw Ewan Whiting just edging out Fraser A Morrison with Matthew Russell crossing 3rd. Another close fought race was in the 2 laps which Charlie Ward won ahead of Harvey Simpson and Daniel Shipton 2nd and 3rd.
The small laps race Felix Levell took the honours ahead of 2nd placed Luke Shipton and 3rd placed Jack Brown.

Next Round June 18th same night as England play their 1st world cup game

Please can I remind all parents that at the start of the series you signed a parents conduct sheet, this sheet states

• Encourage your child to learn the rules and play within them

• Discourage unfair play and arguing with officials

• Help your child to recognise good performance, not just results

• Never force your child to take part in sport

• Set a good example by recognising fair play and applauding the good performances of all

• Never punish or belittle a child for losing or making mistakes

• Publicly accept officials judgments

• Support your child's involvement and help them to enjoy their sport

• Use correct and proper language at all times

Posted by Ram on Wednesday 06 June 2018 - 10:36:28 |
League 2000 - Round Four 2018
A hot sunny night enticed 97 riders to round 4 of the League 2000

41 PB's in the time trial with the biggest improvement going to Darcy Tuer with 45.6 secs. The fastest 3 were Connor Ali 66.9 secs, Lewis Dolan 71.7 and Thomas Godber 71.8.

The difficult skills test Kacey Eyeington conquered in 37 secs with Connor Ali and Joel Hurt joint 2nd 3 secs slower.

A close run 5 lap RR saw Connor Ali crossing the line 1st ahead of Euan Sanderson 2nd and Thomas Godber 3rd.

4 laps went to Sam Dixon outsprinting Adam Makepeace and Fin Godber into 2nd and 3rd. Elliott Holt was fastest in 3 laps Fraser A Morrison coming home 2nd with Finn Owen Smith 3rd. Victor in 2 laps was Matthew Russell, Harvey Simpson a fine 2nd and Matthew Best 3rd. The small lap race Megan Williams crossed the line 1st with Chloe Smith and Felix Levell 2nd and 3rd.

Round 5 June 4th

Posted by Ram on Monday 04 June 2018 - 14:45:19 |
League 2000 - Round Three 2018
Sunshine and plenty of it greeted the 94 riders for this years 3rd round and no wind, this lead to 50% of the riders doing PB's in the time trial with Megan Williams massive 83 sec improvement being the best. The fastest 3 riders were Connor Ali 66.80, Lewis Dolan 70.9 and Thomas Godber joint 3rd with Euan Sanderson in 71.90.

A more difficult skills course than the past 2 rounds saw Lewis Dolan finishing in 1st with 27 secs a full 6 secs ahead of joint 2nd Connor Ali and Kacey Eyeington

The 5 lap RR was a close fought sprint Oliver Gatenby beating Joel Hurt into 2nd with Daisy Freer 3rd, 4 laps saw two riders ahead battling out for the win Adam Makepeace beating Fin Godber to the line with U8 Lewis Anderson leading the charge for 2nd.
3 laps went the way of Elliott Holt with Fraser A Morrison crossing 2nd ahead of Ben Turnbull in 3rd. Newcomer Daniel Walker was victorious in the 2 lap event Harvey Simpson crossing the line in 2nd and Matthew Russell 3rd. Chloe Smith another 1st timer was top in the small laps race with Megan Williams adding to her prize money ind 2nd Luke Shipton 3rd.

Posted by Ram on Monday 04 June 2018 - 14:44:56 |
League 2000 - Round Two 2018
Strong winds and freezing cold temperatures didn't deter 95 riders competing in round 2 of this year's series. The largest number for a few years.

The wind meant only 9 riders did PBs in the time trial the biggest improvement going to Luke Palmer with 26secs improvement. The fastest 3 were Connor Ali 72.8, Thomas Godber 75.9 and Lewis Dolan 76.2.

A shortened skills course, because of the wind and the fact we could not get into the cupboard where the equipment is held until late, still proved to be exciting Joel Hurt in 19 secs proving to be the master with Kacey Eyeington 2nd in 20 secs with a 4 way tie for 4th between Lewis Dolan, Ben Etherington, Daniel Thompson and Daisy Freer in 22 secs.

The 5 lap race was the closest with Euan Sanderson just getting the better of Ben Etherington in the sprint with scratchman Lewis Dolan closing fast for 3rd. 4 lap race went the way of Fin Godber ahead of 2nd place Adam Makepeace with U8 Lewis Anderson coming a brilliant 3rd. 3 laps victor was Hugh Hall Craggs Matthew Russell crossing the line in 2nd place Fraser Morrison 3rd.

2 laps went to Daniel Shipton clear of William Prust in 2nd with Finlay Williams 3rd. The most cheered race of the night is the small laps race where Louise Palmer took the plaudits ahead of Lara Marie Harland in 2nd with Felix Levell 3rd.

The prize money handed out on the night is for the biggest PB and for the 1st 3 in the 5 road races. Another note is that 3 riders were spotted warming up between the races in the Private Hospital car park whilst we are not able to stop this any complaint which comes our way will be forwarded to the riders parents.

Posted by Ram on Monday 04 June 2018 - 14:42:43 |
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