Ferguson solos to first elite British cyclo-cross title

Grant Ferguson (CST American Eagle) claimed his first-ever elite British title after a tense, long race on Sunday. Five-time champion Ian Field (Hargroves-Ridley-Montezuma’s) took the silver medal, 18 seconds back, while 2016 champion Liam Killeen (Malvern Cycling Sport) finished 23 seconds back to take bronze.

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#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Grant Ferguson (GBr)1:06:11
2Ian Field (GBr)0:00:18
3Liam Killeen (GBr)0:00:23
4Steven James (GBr)0:02:00
5Paul Oldham (GBr)0:02:15
6Giles Drake (GBr)0:02:39
7Lewis Craven (GBr)0:03:25
8David Fletcher (GBr)0:04:01
9Stephen James (GBr)0:04:08
10Iain Paton (GBr)0:04:23
11Tony Fawcett (GBr)0:04:29
12Nicholas Craig (GBr)0:04:35
13Michael Butler (GBr)0:05:16
14Thomas Armstrong (GBr)0:05:26
15Sam Allen (GBr)0:05:27
16George Thompson (GBr)0:06:27
17Jack Clarkson (GBr)0:06:43
18Jonathan Dennis (GBr)0:07:05
19Freddie Checketts (GBr)0:07:14
20Lee Williams (GBr)0:07:18
21Robert Burns (GBr)0:07:32
22Nicholas Barnes (GBr)0:07:49
23David Lines (GBr)0:08:15
24Scott Chalmers (GBr)0:00:36
25Thomas Payton (GBr)0:00:37
26David Earth (GBr)-1 Lap
27Bruce Dalton (GBr)Row 26 - Cell 2
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