Bailey and Durrant trump at National  Cycling  Championships
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July 3, 2018
Bailey and Durrant trump at National Cycling Championships

Zefal Bailey won the elite category and Peter Durrant, the masters, when the St Vincent and the Grenadines Cycling Union hosted its national cycling championships last Sunday afternoon.

Bailey copped the 75-mile distance of the championships, which saw the elite cyclists travelling from the SVG Automotive Gas Station at Bentick Square, onwards to Langley Park, and returning to the Arnos Vale Round-a-bout.

From there, he and the other entrants in the elite category cycled to Diamond and back to the Arnos Vale Round-a-bout three times, before ending at the Sion Hill Intersection.

His winning time was three hours 52 minutes 25 seconds.

Samuel Lyttle was second to Bailey in a time of four hours 10 minutes 00.70 seconds, with Lucky Antrobus, third, in four hours 30 minutes 47 seconds.

Meanwhile, Peter Durrant was the boss in the masters segment, as he did the 55-mile race in three hours 19 minutes 58.01 seconds.

The other competitor in the masters was Martin Bollers, whose time was four hours 02 minutes 55 seconds.

Durrant and Bollers route was similar to the elite bunch, however, they were only required to complete one lap of the Arnos Vale Round-a-bout to Diamond segment.

The other cyclist to complete the course was Marlon Antrobus, who clocked four hours 36 minutes 21.04 seconds.

He was listed in the elite bracket of the championships.