2011 SCRUBO PINEAPPLE RENTALS INDIVIDUAL TIME TRIAL RESULTSWednesday 28th September 2011
Photo of Jyme Marsh and Marvin
Robert Marsh Captured the 2011 Scrubo Pineapple Rentals Individual Time Trial on Sunday 25th September.
Things are going as planned” according to Robert Marsh as he mentioned with the excitement on his face as he produced the fastest time of the day in the 2011 Scrubo Pineapple Rentals 13 Mile Time Trial. The Harney Motors Sponsored rider, Marsh won the 3rd and final time trial event for the season in a time of 31:53, same times as what Jyme Bridges produced to capture the same event last year. Marsh was only 3 seconds the course record time he set (31:50) in 2010. Jyme Bridges back on his home soil just in time to compete Sunday’s event placed 2nd producing a time for 32:09 ahead of National Time Trial Champion, Marvin Spencer who had to settled 3rd place after producing a time of 32:12. Neil Lloyd sponsored by F& G Trading continue to show great progress in the time trial events placing 4th in a time of 34:13 ahead of an improved Omari King who also recently returned from Cuba. King produced a career best of 34:25, to place 5th in the 2011 Scrubo Pineapple Rentals 13 mile Individual Time Trial.
Devon Norris continue to show good forms when it comes to racing against the clock by winning the B-Class event in a time of 35:43 ahead of an improving Clint Henry who placed 2nd in a time of 36:35. Alvin Merrick placed 3rd after producing a time of 37:34 ahead of Ashfield Vigo and Gilrick Price who was 4th and 5th respectively. Tesheed Gordon was the lone competitor in the junior class.
The Junior National Time Trial Champion produced a time of 38:03 to placed 4th amongst the B-Class. Joel Phillip continue to dominate the 11-14 age class (Cadets Class) Joel clocked a time of 29:25 over the 9 mile distance to win the event ahead of Nigel Fabian who was 2nd in a time of 30:24. Female Triathlete, Lindsay Duffy took top honours in the Female class. Linday Duffy won the female class in a time of 43:06 over the 13 mile distance ahead of Kevinia Francis who placed 2nd in her first outing. Caribbean Female Time Trial Champion, Tamiko Butler was not on island to contest the event as she presently competing in Trinidad and Tobago. Contributions were made to the winners of each category by Mr. Ted Emmanuel, Naturopathic Physician Health &Wellness Consultant and his Diamond Tree Company and he gave to the winners, the popular Gratitude Active Hydrogen Water Maker and the most significant Super Foods, Fermana.
Meanwhile, Tamiko Butler is in Trinidad and competed and won two prep event leading up to the region’s major stage event the Tobago Cycling Classic.
Tamiko won the women's division in the NEWSDAY Republic Day Cycling Classic event. Tamiko won Saturday’s Critirium event ahead of Maria Gooding of Trinidad who placed 2nd and 3rd went to Dahliah Palmer of Jamaica, Silver medallist in the Caribbean Championships Road Race held in Jamaica. Tamiko also took part in Sunday’s Foundation Cycling Club Critirium race which took place along the Diego Martin Highway. Tamaiko came 10 seconds from lapping the field to easily win the race, Dahliah Palmer of Jamaica placed 2nd whilst a native of Trinidad placed 3rd.
Tamiko Butler is getting set to compete in the 2011 Tobago Cycling Classic 4 stage race which will commence on Wednesday 28th and runs until Sunday 2nd October.
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