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Tarique Flowers capture first Annual Ernest ‘Jawmaine’ Meighan Mount Hope Classic Print E-mail
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Thursday, 30 March 2017 00:00

tarique flowers at the centre position on the podium.jpg - 115.67 KbThe Cycling Federation of Belize held the first Annual Ernest ‘Jawmaine’ Meighan Mount Hope Classic on Sunday 26th March, 2017. The 116 miles event started from in front of Leslie’s Import to Mount Hope and then back to Leslie’s Import on the George Price Highway.

The event, which was held in the memory of elite cyclist Ernest ‘Jawmaine’ Meighan, attracted some 53 riders from the Elite, Masters and junior categories.

At the end of some 4:57:30, it was Tarique Flowers from the Benny’s Megabytes Elite team that captured 1st place.

The second rider to cross the finish line was Quinton Hamilton who is unattached and he was followed by Keion Robateau of Westrac Alliance and he was followed by Josyln Chavarria Jr. of Digicell 4G Elite Cycling Team and he was followed by Jose Choto of Imani’s Team to round off the top five finishers in the race.

The second batch of cyclists to cross the finish line includes Nissan Arana of Westrac Alliance and he was followed by Giovanni Choto of Imani’s Team in a time of4:57:57, and he was followed by Richard Santiago of Benny’s Megabytes in a time of 4:59:29 and he was followed by Jesmar Guerra of Imani’s Team and he was followed by Kenroy Gladden of Kulture Megabytes and he was followed by Oscar Quiros Jr. of Smart/Cray Western Spirit, and he was followed by Giovanni Lovell of Digicell 4G Elite Cycling Team and he was followed by Brandon Cattouse of Smart/Cray Western Spirit and he was followed by Angel Tzib of Westrac Alliance and he was followed by Bertram Barrow of Westrac Alliance who round off the top 15 finishers in the event.

Joshua Fuller of Smart Jr. Team was the first 18 year old rider to cross the finish line in a time of 5:12:12.

We say congratulations to the winners and to all the cyclists that competed in the event.

Last Updated on Thursday, 30 March 2017 16:53