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Ross Lamb – Piling up the top three finishes in Belgium


The last few weeks we’ve been catching up with the young men who are out there in the Heartlands across Europe ‘doing it’ – Brittany, Lombardy and of course, Flanders.

Englishman Ross Lamb – another man supported by the stalwart David Rayner Fund – has been notching up the results in the Flatlands:

  • 4th in Heusden-Zolder
  • 2nd at Pulderbos
  • 2nd at Booischot
  • 3rd in the Memorial Vanconinsloo
  • 3rd at Huldenberg
  • 2nd at Geetbeets and
  • 2nd in Linden Lubbeek.

If you’re unaware of the David Rayner Fund; he was a successful young English professional who competed in Europe, the UK and USA. He lost his life in an appalling nightclub incident where a bouncer overstepped the mark.

The Fund’s website explains;

After his tragic death, the cycling community wanted to support his memory by giving other young riders the chance to follow in Dave’s footsteps and since then over £600,000 in grants have been given to riders to enable them to race abroad.

Among the riders supported have been Dave Millar (one of the very first recipients of a grant), through to more recent champions like Adam Yates.’

High times we heard what the 21 year-old Mr. Lamb had to say for himself.

Ross Lamb
Ross in his United CT colours at the Halen Open Omloop. Photo©Roland Pipeleers/

Some nice results so far this season, Ross.