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Lucky Antrobus upsets cycling field

Lucky Antrobus upsets cycling field


Lucky Antrobus put himself into the mix, when he came away ahead of a small field in the St Vincent and the Grenadines Cycling Union last Sunday.{{more}}

Antrobus, who was part of the St Vincent and the Grenadines team in the OECS Championships held here last August, but who did not complete the 70 mile circuit, threw his weight around to be first to cross the finish line in the 44.8 miles event.

His winning time in the Under-40 division, was two hours 24 minutes 20 seconds, as he traversed the Argyle to the Arnos Vale Roundabout circuit, doing so twice.

It was revenge for Antrobus, who last June was nipped at the finish line by Bailey in the Colonarie to Mt Grenan circuit 45-miler.

Second was Zefal Bailey, a mere second slower, in two hours 24 minutes 21 seconds.

The ever-improving Randy Wilkinson docked in third in two hours 29 minutes 20 seconds.

But there continues to be no change in the Over-40 category, as Peter Durrant won again.

Durrant’s time was two hours 27 minutes 10 seconds, ahead of the second place finisher Orel George, who clocked two hours 32 minutes 40 seconds.(RT)