Fun in the mud for Welwyn Wheelers’ youngsters while Oli Stockwell and Joe Kiely pick up national awards from British Cycling

PUBLISHED: 14:15 12 February 2018 | UPDATED: 14:32 12 February 2018

Oli Stockwell and Joe Kiely picked up awards at the British Cycling Awards Presentation.

Oli Stockwell and Joe Kiely picked up awards at the British Cycling Awards Presentation.

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Fifteen young Welwyn Wheelers competed in the Muddy Monsters race in St Albans on Saturday.

The MM series is for young novice riders and encourages young riders to ride in low key cyclo-cross races to gain experience before moving up to the League series.

This leg was run by Verulam Cycling Club.

Tom Pruett, William Pollard and Tommy Liddiard took the top three places in the U12 boys’ race and Elice Whittaker was second in the U12 girls’.

Megan Hughes was first U10 girl and Jacob Lewin the second U10 boy.

In the U8 race Daniel Elliott was the first boy and Rachel Halden the second girl

Also on Saturday Oli Stockwell and Joe Kiely were invited to the British Cycling Annual Awards Presentation.

Stockwell won the Charlie Craig Memorial Trophy as the winner of the National Cyclo-cross youth series and Kiely was the U14 circuit race champion.


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