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Scottish Olympic Time Trial Championships 2007: Preview

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Fullarton Wheelers present the Scottish Olympic Time Trial Championships 2007 this weekend, with double British TT Champion Jason MacIntyre (Edge RT) starting number 39 and last off, in a small field which all the same contains a lot of quality riders.

Scottish Olympic Time Trial Championships 2007
Jason MacIntyre has to be the favourite.

Strip: Eglinton Country Park, Kilwinning (strip open from 08:00a.m.)

Organiser: Willie Stephen – tel: 01294 221176

Scottish Olympic Time Trial Championships 2007 – Starters

1 Gordon Graham – Fullarton Wheelers V40 55.48
2 Stuart Reid – Glasgow Couriers Sen. 58.16
3 John McPaul – Inverclyde Velo V40 56.46
4 Tom Dempster – Edge R.T. Jun. 59.32
5 Stephen Blom – Glasgow Couriers Sen. 53.52
6 Fraser Reid – Unattached Sen.
7 Jenny Wright – Edinburgh R.C. LadySen
8 Garry Brown – Velo Ecosse V40 53.37
9 R.G. McLean – Angus Bikechain V40 56.4
10 Barry McGurk – Glasgow Couriers Sen. 52.42
11 Steve Flindall – Fullarton Wheelers V50 59.42
12 Alan Dow – Sandy Wallace C.C. Sen. 55.11
13 Jennifer Lang – Edinburgh R.C. ladyV40 1.08.40
14 Barry Duncan – Edinburgh R.C. V40 58.56
15 Sean Gray – Edge R.T. Sen. 53.55
16 Michael Summers – Dunfermline C.C. Sen.
17 David Millar – Glasgow Couriers V60 56.15
18 Fiona Duncan – Ythan C.C. LadySen 1.05.11
19 John McCamley – Glasgow Wheelers Sen. 57.52
20 Carlos Riise – Shetland Wheelers V40 52.46
21 Andy Duncan – Ythan C.C. Sen. 1.00.25
22 Silas Goldsworthy – Velo Ecosse Sen. 57.41
23 Hyland Hamilton – Fullarton Wheelers Sen. 1.00.15
24 Christine McLean – Shetland Wheelers LadySen 1.01.56
25 Jim Cusick – Glasgow Couriers V40 52.37
26 David Gunn – Forres C.C. Youth 1.01.11
27 Keith Smith – Caithness C.C. Sen. 57.14
28 Jessica Wilson-Young – Edinburgh R.C. LadySen 1.00.02
29 Alister Watt Granite – City R.T. Sen. 58.25
30 Arthur Doyle – Ivy C.C. Sen. 53.07
31 Neil Muir – Edinburgh R.C. V50 1.01.29
32 Gary Robson – Edge R.T. Sen. 54.11
33 Iain Duguid – Bicycle Works Sen. 57.11
34 Paul Rennie – Edge R.T. Sen.
35 Chris Smart – Glasgow Couriers Sen. 52.00
36 David Wards – Fullarton Wheelers Sen. 1.00.30
37 Norman Skene – Granite City R.T. V50 55.5
38 Bob Taylor – Glasgow Wheelers V60 57.26
39 Jason MacIntyre – Edge R.T. Sen. 49.44

Martin Williamson
Martin is our Editor, Web site Designer and Manager, and concentrates on photography. He's been involved in cycling for over 42 years and has raced for many of them, having a varied career which includes time trials, road and track racing, and triathlons. Martin has been the Scottish 25 Mile TT and 100 Mile TT Champion, the British Points Race League Champion on the track, and was a prolific winner of time trials in his day, particularly hilly ones like the Tour de Trossachs and the Meldons MTT.

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