Canterbury Schools Cycling Results

Postby Fergie on Tue 26/May/09 8:52am

Michael Vink (Christchurch Boys High School) showed his preparation for the Junior Worlds Time Trial in Moscow is on track with a fast time on a very slow course in bad conditions. Mary-Jo Keys (Christchurch Girls High School) was the fastest time in the girls race. For a cold winters day 158 riders was an impressive turnout for the start of Schools Cycling in Canterbury.

SCHOOLS CYCLING - 8 km Time Trial - 13th May 2009

Boys

1 Michael Vink CBHS 10 - 31
2 Ruaraidh McLeod CASH 11 - 12
3 Hendrick Bakker HSCH 11 - 53
4 Thomas Littlejohn MDGR 12 - 15
5 Darcy Ellerm-Norton CHCO 12 - 17
6 Bradley Hudson STCC 12 - 18
7 George Hubbard CBHS 12 - 31
8 Perrin Richardson BURN 12 - 32
9 Andrew Muir STAC 12 - 35
10 Tayla Harrison CBHS 12 - 36
11 Hamish Schreurs CASH 12 - 38
12 Liam Sycamore CBHS 12 - 41
13 Bradley Tuhi STCC 12 - 43
14 George Tulton CHCO 12 - 58
15 James Gilmore STBD 13 - 00
16 Harrison Perriam CBHS 13 - 01
17 Ben Wortelboer STBD 13 - 05
18 Justin Booth MDGR 13 - 06
19 Anton Cooper CBHS 13 - 07
20 William Robinson STCC 13 - 08
21 Hugo Robertshawe CHCO 13 - 10
22 Simon Acker CASH 13 - 11
23 Scott Cooper STBD 13 - 14
24 Campbell Stewart STCC 13 - 14
25 Sam Bell STCC 13 - 17
26= Aaron Chester CBHS 13 - 20
26= Jeremy Metherell BURN 13 - 20
28 William Maffey MDGR 13 - 21
29= Thomas Armstrong CHCO 13 - 30
29= Luke Wiebiltz 13 - 30
31 Richard Lawson STAC 13 - 31
32 Ryan Douglas BURN 13 - 35
33 Josiah Lilburne MDGR 13 - 39
34 Mitchell Podmore MDGR 13 - 40
35 Isaac Hull CHCO 13 - 46
36 Ben Fraser CBHS 13 - 51
37 Ben Walker STAC 13 - 52
38 Carl Chapman CASH 13 - 54
39 Nick Dunlop STAC 13 - 59
40 Blair Doak BURN 14 - 03
41 Jake Marryatt CWINT 14 - 05
42 Daniel van Wichen HSCH 14 - 10
43 Alex Pattrick CBHS 14 - 15
44 Josh Stewart CHCO 14 - 18
45 Jacob Stuthridge STAC 14 - 23
46 Jordon Simpson SBHS 14 - 27
47 Reuben Posthuma HSCH 14 - 32
48 Daniel Whitehouse CBHS 14 - 34
49 Tom Soutter CBHS 14 - 39
50 James McGreson BURN 14 - 45
51 Jeremy Wing CHCO 14 - 49
52 Jordan Bowler BURN 14 - 59
53 Nic Manson 15 - 02
54 Sam Boanas STAC 15 - 04
55 William Findlay BURN 15 - 08
56 Sam Frrend MDGR 15 - 10
57 Conor Mercer STAC 15 - 12
58 Ben Roberts CBHS 15 - 13
59 Andrew Braam MDGR 15 - 18
60 Simon Breen STCC 15 - 19
61 James Fraser STAC 15 - 34
62 Scott Bradley SBHS 15 - 36
63 Conrad Stead CBHS 15 - 40
64= Andrew Ward STAC 15 - 43
64= Ross Taylor BURN 15 - 43
66 Jordan McMillen CBHS 15 - 45
67 Seamus Bell CBHS 15 - 50
68 Tom Alexander STCC 15 - 51
69 Alex Deller STAC 15 - 58
70 Joshua Smith MEDY 16 - 16
71 Dave Brockerhoff MTB BURN 16 - 20
72 Daniel Ryan STCC 16 - 31
73 Justin Thorby BURN 16 - 33
74 Stephen Tolmay STCC 16 - 50
75 Blair Reed UNLM 17 - 13
76 Bond Brownrigg STAC 17 - 21
77 Hannes Hille UNLM 17 - 48
78 Jaimee Dolan TEMP 17 - 50
79 Matt Robinson STCC 18 - 05
80 Daniel Ewen RUSS 18 - 08
81 Daniel Begley STCC 18 - 10
82 Sheldon Tuhi STCC 18 - 13
83 George Coates CBHS 18 - 36
84 Braeden Botica BURN 18 - 48
85 Danielle Haverland MDGR 19 - 16

1 Mary-jo Keys CGHS 13 - 32
2 Tessa Walker STAC 13 - 48
3 Sarah Martin LINC 13 - 56
4 Haley Mercer VILL 13 - 57
5 Laura Wood CGHS 14 - 06
6 Cara Smith VILL 14 - 07
7= Chloe McCaughan VILL 14 - 14
7= Katherine Millar STAC 14 - 14
9 Harriet Smithies CASH 14 - 18
10 Rachael van Wichen HSCH 14 - 35
11 Brit Day RRGS 14 - 37
12 Emily Mercer VILL 14 - 43
13 Katie Hammar BURN 14 - 52
14= Selena Metherall UNLM 14 - 53
14= Carly Burgess VILL 14 - 53
16 Emily Wood STMG 14 - 58
17 Victoria Steel VILL 15 - 12
18 Sarah Nelson CGHS 15 - 16
19= Brooke Williams ELLE 15 - 24
19= Emily Lambert VILL 15 - 24
21 Sophie Rhodes VILL 15 - 30
22 Salome Lennon VILL 15 - 31
23 Kaitlyn Wylie CGHS 15 - 34
24 Olivia Wieblitz VILL 15 - 35
25 Rosie Fowler CGHS 15 - 37
26 Lucinda Staniland RRGS 15 - 48
27 Jasmin Smith VILL 15 - 50
28 Kelly Hay RRGS 15 - 53
29 Maddie Morton STMG 16 - 10
30 Sarah-Jane Sullivan CGHS 16 - 13
31 Charlotte Hand RRGS 16 - 18
32 Aoife Platts CGHS 16 - 20
33 Kieran Harrington STCC 16 - 22
34 Karly Ryder STAC 16 - 22
35 Natasha Alexander VILL 16 - 25
36= Mackenzie Keenan STMG 16 - 29
36= Alice Hay RRGS 16 - 29
38 Violet Gaffikin VILL 16 - 30
39 Kate Monteath BURN 16 - 31
40 Georgina Milne VILL 16 - 36
41 Rachel Gaffaney VILL 16 - 37
42 Kathryn Chandler RRGS 16 - 41
43 Whittney Orr AGHS 16 - 46
44 Kate Downie-Melrose RRGS 16 - 49
45= Emma Wylie CGHS 16 - 50
45= Cara Crawford RRGS 16 - 50
47 Sophie McDonald RRGS 16 - 51
48 Jaimee Comesky CGHS 16 - 58
49 Emily Smith VILL 17 - 00
50 Ashleigh Thomson CGHS 17 - 05
51 Olivia Simmons VILL 17 - 07
52 Georgina Leonard STMG 17 - 08
53 Samantha Duggan CGHS 17 - 17
54 Madi Greening VILL 17 - 18
55 Sarah Hudson VILL 17 - 20
56 Gabrielle Gray RRGS 17 - 23
57 Lucy McCrossin VILL 17 - 24
58 Rosa Flanagan RRGS 17 - 37
59 Millie Jackson RRGS 17 - 42
60= Gracie Nichols CGHS 17 - 49
60= Toni Cranko CGHS 17 - 49
62 Maddy Spooner VILL 17 - 50
63 Maddie Smith CGHS 17 - 52
64= Kirsty Nation RRGS 17 - 53
64= Laura Cooper RRGS 17 - 53
66 Olivia Moore MTB RRGS 17 - 58
67 India Alexander RRGS 18 - 06
68 Caitlin Clark VILL 18 - 16
69 Anneke Bakker HSCH 18 - 28
70 Felicity Messina CGHS 18 - 30
71 Harriett Fraser RRGS 18 - 35
72 Karina Hadden BURN 18 - 37
73 Danielle Robb VILL 18 - 42
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Re: Canterbury Schools Cycling Results

Postby laurenw on Tue 26/May/09 9:43am

Wow only 13 more males than females!!!!
Wouldn't it be awesome if the females out numbered them!
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Re: Canterbury Schools Cycling Results

Postby Fergie on Tue 26/May/09 10:03am

The key is getting these riders into Cycling NZ events on road and track. If weekends are out due to family commitments and other sports then we need to come up with a plan B.

In Summer do we need to run Track Development in the afternoons during the week. Do we need to make a push to get these riders to Tuesday TTs or Wednesday Ruapuna Racing or Track?

Lots of kids on racing bikes that are not out at Weekend Racing.
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Re: Canterbury Schools Cycling Results

Postby Lozz on Tue 26/May/09 11:19am

A lot of these kids do other sports on saturdays...

Good to see stac with some decent numbers! :thumbsup:
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Re: Canterbury Schools Cycling Results

Postby laurenw on Tue 26/May/09 11:37am

There was only 2 MTBs there, and one didn't really count as it was a flat bar road bike running 700c wheels, and the other had slicks on.
So almost every kid had a racing bike! Very different to a few years back, where there was probably 2 MTB grades.
It's more a social thing, I don't think many would be interested in committing to track etc. Wednesday racing they can come once for free and not have to worry if they don't enjoy it, no sign up etc. and lots of their friends are there too!
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Re: Canterbury Schools Cycling Results

Postby UK_Exile on Tue 26/May/09 3:42pm

Are only certain secondary schools invited ? My son goes to Riccarton HS & knows nothing about them. Looks like no one from there goes.
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Re: Canterbury Schools Cycling Results

Postby Chanting on Tue 26/May/09 3:49pm

UK_Exile wrote:Are only certain secondary schools invited ? My son goes to Riccarton HS & knows nothing about them. Looks like no one from there goes.


Its often down to the teachers/sports coordinator not letting the students know about such events. Could be because theyre not intrested themselves in the sport, or they arnt aware of any students that are interested etc.

Might not be for this reason in the particular cause, but i know it does happen. Happens too often as far as im concerned.
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Re: Canterbury Schools Cycling Results

Postby Lozz on Tue 26/May/09 5:20pm

At Stac 2 yrs ago the students (other than the adair's obviously) had to sort it themselves and encourage others. Once we got it out there, one of the teachers got into it and we got a good few riders heading out as well as kit (eventually). Hence me being glad to see its still going strong! :)
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Re: Canterbury Schools Cycling Results

Postby Chanting on Tue 26/May/09 5:48pm

Lozz wrote:At Stac 2 yrs ago the students (other than the adair's obviously) had to sort it themselves and encourage others. Once we got it out there, one of the teachers got into it and we got a good few riders heading out as well as kit (eventually). Hence me being glad to see its still going strong! :)


Yea it was the same for me at my high school. We had to orginize ourselves for mtb and adventure racing events. I used to get up in front of junior and senior assesblies and tell them about up and coming races and orginize teams myself. Sadly none of the teachers have picked it up and now since me and the other guys that i raced with have left there are really no MTB or adventure racing teams.
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Re: Canterbury Schools Cycling Results

Postby UK_Exile on Wed 27/May/09 7:35am

Lack of sports co-ordinator / teacher support will be why the student know nothing about it. RHS doesn't support their MTB riders in any way at all even though several parents have offered to help each week.

Who do we contact about this road cycling ?
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Re: Canterbury Schools Cycling Results

Postby Fergie on Wed 27/May/09 8:29am

Bruce Dawe 942 8533.

Always been the case that a School will benefit from a teacher/parent keen on a sport and they get support. Christs College were 20-30 strong when Rod Hogarth was there then died out. They now have an interested teacher and the numbers have shot right back up. Kevin Searle's daughters have left Villa but Kev's such a good guy and the Villa system is working so well he is staying involved and they continue to have strong numbers.
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Re: Canterbury Schools Cycling Results

Postby Fergie on Wed 3/Jun/09 8:02am

SCHOOLS CYCLING - WEDNESDAY 27 MAY 2009

Graded Scratch Races

'A' Grade - BOYS - 12 km
TIME
1 Ruaraidh McLeod CASH 19 - 20
2 Michael Vink CBHS
3 Hamish Schreurs CASH
4 Bradley Tuhi STCC
5 Tayla Harrison CBHS
6 Hendrick Bakker HSCH
7 Bradley Hudson STCC
8 Alex Frame CASH
9 Darcy Ellerm-Norton CHCO
10 Thomas Littlejohn MDGR
10 Andrew Muir STAC
10 Nick Hand CBHS

'A' Grade - GIRLS - 12 km
TIME
1 Cara Smith VILL 21 - 35
2 Harriet Smithies CASH
3 Sarah Martin LINC
4 Haley Mercer VILL
5 Laura Wood CGHS
6 Chloe McCaughan VILL
7 Tessa Walker STAC
7 Rachael van Wichen HSCH
7 Brit Day RRGS
7 Emily Mercer VILL
11 Mary-jo Keys CGHS 22 - 28

'B' Grade - BOYS - 12 km
TIME
1 Simon Acker CASH 20 - 11
2 James Gilmore STBD
3 Scott Cooper STBD
4 Ben Moore CBHS
5 Harrison Perriam CBHS
6 Justin Booth MDGR
7 Ben Wortelboer STBD
8 Elisha Nuttell MDGR
9 Sam Bell STCC
10 Hugo Robertshawe CHCO
11 William Robinson STCC
12 George Tulton CHCO
12 Ivan Lo SBHS
12 Craig Savage SBHS

'B' Grade - GIRLS - 12 km
TIME
1 Olivia Wieblitz VILL 24 - 44
2 Katie Hammar BURN
3 Sophie Rhodes VILL
4 Rebecca Heffernan VILL
5 Selena Metherall UNLM
6 Sarah Nelson CGHS
7 Salome Lennon VILL
8 Emily Lambert VILL
9 Emily Wood STMG
10 Brooke Williams ELLE

'C' Grade - BOYS - 12 km
TIME
1 William Maffey MDGR 21 - 53
2 Ryan Douglas BURN
3 Aaron Chester CBHS
4 Jaron Stephens STCC
5 Josiah Lilburne MDGR
6 Jeremy Metherell BURN
7 Mitchell Podmore MDGR
8 Richard Lawson STAC
9 Isaac Hull CHCO
10 Ben Fraser CBHS
11 Thomas Armstrong CHCO
12 Josh Wenborn MDGR
13 Ben Walker STAC

'C' Grade - GIRLS - 12 km
TIME
1 Beth Vanderhaven CGHS 24 - 08
2 Lucinda Staniland RRGS
3 Kelly Hay RRGS
4 Charlotte Hand RRGS
5 Aoife Platts CGHS
6 Chloe Thompson CGHS
7 Rosie Fowler CGHS
8 Karly Ryder STAC
9 Alice Hay RRGS
10 Maddie Morton STMG
11 Maddie Campbell CGHS
12 Mackenzie Keenan STMG
13 Sarah-Jane Sullivan CGHS
14 Natasha Alexander VILL 24 - 58
15 Jasmin Smith VILL

'D' Grade - BOYS - 12 km
TIME
1 Will Norton STBD 21 - 36
2 Jacob Stuthridge STAC
3 Nick Dunlop STAC
4 Jordon Simpson SBHS
5 Daniel Whitehouse CBHS
6 Jake Marryatt CWINT
7 Josh Stewart CHCO
8 Carl Chapman CASH
9 Reuben Posthuma HSCH
10 Tom Soutter CBHS
11 Joel Smith MDGR
12 Logan Thompson SBHS
13 Jeremy Lynn SBHS 22 - 30
14 Daniel van Wichen HSCH 23 - 05
~ Max Beckert CHCO DNF

'D' Grade - GIRLS - 12 km
TIME
1 Violet Gaffikin VILL 25 - 22
2 Kate Monteath BURN
3 Whittney Orr AGHS
4 Dena Bakkenes CGHS
5 Georgina Suckling CGHS
6 Georgina Milne VILL 26 - 40
7 Charlotte Carter CGHS 26 - 50
8 Kristy Burden CGHS
9 Emily Smith VILL 27 - 00
10 Rachel Gaffaney VILL
11 Jaimee Dolan TEMP
11 Danielle Ewen RUSS
11 Jaimee Comesky CGHS
11 Kate Downie-Melrose RRGS
11 Megan Hansen HAGL
11 Coutney Moody CGHS

'E' Grade - BOYS - 8 km
TIME
1 Jordan Bowler BURN 14 - 47
2 James McGreson BURN
3 Sam Boanas STAC
4 Jeremy Wing CHCO
5 Andrew Braam MDGR
6 Simon Breen STCC
7 William Findlay BURN
8 Sam Frrend MDGR
9 James Fraser STAC
10 Sam McGusty STBD
11 Andrew Duxbury STBD
12 Sam Harris STBD

'E' Grade - GIRLS - 8 km
TIME
1 Gracie Nichols CGHS 16 - 45
2 Toni Cranko CGHS
3 Olivia Simmons VILL
4 Tandy Molina RRGS
5 Gabrielle Gray RRGS
6 Georgina Leonard STMG
7 Sarah Hudson VILL
8 Madi Greening VILL
9 Maddi Cromarty AGHS
10 Nicole Harding HALS
11 Millne Soutter CASH
12 Emma Wylie CGHS

'F' Grade BOYS 8 km
TIME
1 Andrew Ward STAC 15 - 38
2 Ross Taylor BURN
3 Tom Alexander STCC
4 Alex Deller STAC
5 Jordan McMillen CBHS
6 Justin Thorby BURN 15 - 50
7 Dave Brockerhoff MTB BURN
8 Joshua Smith MEDY
9 Scott Bradley SBHS
10 Kieran Harrington STCC
11 Daniel Ryan STCC 17 - 02
12 Stephen Tolmay STCC
13 Gareth Hunter MTB SBHS 17 - 36

'F' Grade - GIRLS - 8 km
TIME
1 Georgina Sullivan RRGS 14 - 30
2 Whitney Simpson LINC
3 India Alexander RRGS
4 Millie Jackson RRGS
5 Ashleigh Thomson CGHS
6 Amelia Wilson RRGS
7 Lucy McCrossin VILL
8 Maddy Spooner VILL
9 Olivia Podmore MDGR
10 Harriett Fraser RRGS
11 Danielle Haverland MDGR
12 Jessica Meates VILL
13 Anneke Bakker HSCH

'G' Grade BOYS 8 km
TIME
1 Paddy Harris STAC 16 - 05
2 Hannes Hille UNLM
3 Thomas Smith STAC
4 Bond Brownrigg STAC
5 Daniel Begley STCC
6 Sheldon Tuhi STCC
7 Matt Robinson STCC
8 George Coates CBHS
8 James Robertson UNLM
~ Blair Reed UNLM
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Re: Canterbury Schools Cycling Results

Postby Darcy_Ellerm on Mon 15/Jun/09 10:55pm

Fergie. . . Got the tt times?
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Re: Canterbury Schools Cycling Results

Postby Fergie on Tue 16/Jun/09 8:20am

Bruce normally sends them out aweek later.
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Re: Canterbury Schools Cycling Results

Postby Fergie on Wed 17/Jun/09 11:20am

From 2 weeks ago...

Alex Frame (Cashmere HS) showed good form as he prepares for the NZ team to ride the Tour of Canberra with a win in a 12km scratch race. Cara Smith (Villa Maria College) was the fastest in the girls section.

From last week.

The Christs College pairing of Darcy Ellerm-Norton and Will Bowman took top spot in a two man TTT. The Villa Maria pairing of Carly Burgess and Haley Mercer were the fastest girls combination.
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