British National Circuit Race Championships

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The British National Circuit Race Championships cover several different categories of British road bicycle racing events, normally held annually. The first championships were held in 1979 for professional cyclists only. Amateur championships were introduced in 1993 but only 3 of these were held as the amateur and professional championships were combined into an open event in 1996. Women's championships were not held until 1998.

Men[edit]

Senior (1996–)[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1996 John Tanner Mark Walsham Jon Clay
1997 Simon Cope Joe Bayfield Mark McKay
1998 Chris Walker Chris Williams Dan Smith
1999 Chris Walker Rob Reynolds-Jones Chris Lillywhite
2000 Rob Hayles John Tanner Anthony Malarczyk
2001 Chris Newton Dean Downing Bryan Steel
2002 Dean Downing Mark Kelly Neil Swithenbank
2003 Russell Downing Dean Downing Bryan Taylor
2004 Colin Roshier Greg Sandy Aaron McCaffrey
2005 Mark Cavendish Russell Downing Ian Wilkinson
2006 James Taylor Tony Gibb Adam Blythe
2007 James McCallum Ed Clancy Matt Cronshaw
2008 Dean Downing Rob Hayles Tony Gibb
2009 Russell Downing Jeremy Hunt Rob Hayles
2010[1] Ed Clancy Ian Wilkinson Jonny McEvoy
2011[2] Graham Briggs Ian Wilkinson Tom Murray
2012 Scott Thwaites Russell Downing Matt Cronshaw
2013 Russell Downing Graham Briggs Ian Wilkinson
2014[3] Adam Blythe Chris Opie Graham Briggs

Amateur (1993–1995)[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1993 Roger Hammond Jeremy Hunt Mark McKay
1994 Dave Williams John Charlesworth Matt Stephens
1995 Sam Quinn Roger Hammond Jimmy Jones

Professional (1979–1995)[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1979 Sid Barras Ian Banbury Jack Kershaw
1980 Bill Nickson Sid Barras Barry Hoban
1981 Championships not held in 1981
1982 Phil Bayton Phil Corley Bill Nickson
1983 Keith Lambert Dudley Hayton Steve Jones
1984 Malcolm Elliott Bill Nickson Keith Lambert
1985 Dave Miller Malcolm Elliott Steve Fleetwood
1986 Paul Sherwen Steve Joughin Phil Thomas
1987 Tim Harris Chris Lillywhite Mark Walsham
1988 Mark Walsham Jon Walshaw Nick Barnes
1989 Paul Curran Mark Walsham Chris Lillywhite
1990 Rob Holden Hilton McMurdo Adrian Timmis
1991 Rob Holden Hilton McMurdo Mark Walsham
1992 Neil Hoban Dave Baker Keith Reynolds
1993 Chris Lillywhite Spencer Wingrave Simon Cope
1994 Neil Hoban Dave Rayner Bernie Burns
1995 Jon Clay Mark Walsham Chris Lillywhite

Junior[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2005 Adam Blythe  ?  ?

Under 16[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1999 Ross Edgar Thomas White Philip Law
2000 Matt Brammeier Adam Duggleby Mark Cavendish
2001 Geraint Thomas Andrew Gough Peter Richardson
2002 Tom Smith Jon Mozley Ian Stannard
2003 Tom Smith Andy Tennant
2004 Mark McNally Jonathan Bellis Jonathan McEvoy
2005 Adam Blythe Mark McNally Benjamin Plain
2006 Tomas Skubala Andrew Fenn Benjamin Plain
2007 Alexander King Kian Emadi Matthew Bailey
2008 Lewis Balyckyi Simon Yates Mark Baxter
2009 Sam Lowe James Berryman Joshua Papworth
2010 Germain Burton Alex Peters Harry Tanfield
2011[4] Chris Lawless Tao Geoghegan Hart Jacob Scott

Under 14[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1999 Mark Cavendish  ? Samuel Relf
2000 Geraint Thomas Ben Crawforth Sammy Cotton
2001 Philip Gough Lewis Atkins Jonathon Mozley
2003 Tony Lock Adam Blythe Bonar Lizaitis
2004 Alex Aldham-Breary William Penn Joss Bentley
2006 Daniel Mclay Samuel Fry Lewis Balyckyi
2007 Joshua Papworth Jonathan Dibben Jordan Hargreaves
2008 Jonathan Dibben Harry Tanfield Samuel Lowe
2009 Daniel Maslin Germain Burton Christopher Lawless
2010 Louis Magnani Ben Chapman Jack King
2011[4] James Ireson Joseph Fry Joey Walker

Women[edit]

1998–[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1998 Sara Symington Angela Hunter Sally Boyden
1999 Sally Boyden Maxine Johnson Susan Carter
2000 Frances Newstead Melanie Sears Melanie Szubrycht
2001 Charlotte Hopkinson Sara Dean Nina Davies
2002 Jacqui Marshall Diane Moss Sally Boyden
2003 Helen Gutteridge Charlotte Goldsmith Angela Hunter
2004 Claire Gross Helen Gutteridge Leda Cox
2005 Amy Hunt Kim Blythe Clare Gross
2006 Lizzie Armitstead Tanja Slater Helen Gutteridge
2007 Lizzie Armitstead Joanna Rowsell Katie Curtis
2008 Joanna Rowsell Leda Cox Katie Colclough
2009 Dani King Laura Trott Leanne Thompson
2010[5] Hannah Barnes Corrine Hall Joanna Rowsell
2011[6] Hannah Barnes Dani King Hannah Rich
2012 Lucy Garner Eileen Roe Amy Roberts
2013 Hannah Barnes Eileen Roe Amy Hill
2014[3] Eileen Roe Amy Roberts Charline Joiner

Under 16[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1999 Claire Dixon Clara Beard Laura Wasley
2000 Samantha Ashford Kimberley Walsh Laura Wasley
2001 Nikki Harris Katherine Hill Abby Jackson
2002 Kimberley Blythe Abby Jackson Jo Tindley
2003 Kimberley Blythe Katie Curtis Jo Tindley
2004 Katie Curtis Jessica Stoddart Emma Trott
2006 Hannah Mayho Helen Clayton Katie Colclough
2007 Laura Trott Corrine Hall Sarah Reynolds
2008 Hannah Barnes Harriet Owen Laura Trott
2009 Hannah Barnes Lucy Garner Hannah Manley
2010 Lucy Garner Amy Roberts Elinor Barker
2011[4] Keira McVitty Alice Barnes Bethany Hayward

Under 14[edit]

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2000 Kimberley Blythe Marianna Burrell Victoria Burrell
2003 Lucy Richards Alex Greenfield Jessica Stoddart
2004 Greta Junker Sarah Reynolds Amy Gallacher
2006 Laura Trott Harriet Owen Penny Rowson
2007 Harriet Owen Hannah Barnes Lucy Garner
2008 Lucy Garner Emily Kay Melissa Bury
2009 Emily Barnes Emily Kay Angela Eggleton
2010 Bethany Hayward Emily Haycox Kimberley English
2011[4] Charlotte Broughton Megan Barker Abby-Mae Parkinson

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Larry Hickmott (16 July 2010). "2010 National Circuit Race Championship". Beverley (East Yorkshire): British Cycling. 
  2. ^ Andrew Kennedy (29 July 2011). "East Yorkshire Classic National Circuit Championships". Beverley, East Yorkshire: British Cycling. 
  3. ^ a b Hobro, Scott. "Adam Blythe and Eileen Roe win 2014 British Cycling National Circuit Race Championships". britishcycling.org.uk. Retrieved 3 August 2014. 
  4. ^ a b c d "National Youth Circuit Champs 2011". British Cycling. 24 July 2010. 
  5. ^ Andrew Kennedy (8 August 2010). "City of Preston Circuit Races". British Cycling. 
  6. ^ "FEATURE: HANNAH BARNES – BRITISH CHAMPION!". Velo UK. 9 August 2011. 

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