Adam Duggleby

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Adam Duggleby
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Adam Duggleby piloting Steve Bate
Personal information
Birth nameAdam Christopher John Duggleby[1]
NationalityBritish
Born (1984-10-16) 16 October 1984 (age 35)
Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire
Websitewww.adamduggleby.com
Sport
Country Great Britain
SportCycling

Adam Christopher John Duggleby MBE (born 16 October 1984) is a British cyclist. He represented Great Britain in the 2016 Rio Paralympics as a sighted pilot for visually impaired cyclist, Stephen Bate with whom he was paired in January 2014.[2]

In 2017 Duggleby broke two Cycling Time Trials national records: tricycle 10 miles[3] and 100 miles bicycle.[4] Adam also won the British Best All-Rounder time trial competition for 2017.[5] In 2018 Steve and Adam won the UCI World 4 km Tandem B Pursuit and the UCI World Tandem B Time Trial, both for the first time. Adam also won the CTT National 12hr Time Trial Championship[6][7] in 2018 beating the National Record in the process

Palmarès[edit]

2000

2nd Under 16 British Circuit Race Championships, British National Circuit Race Championships

2001

1st George Herbert Stancer 10 Mile Time Trial Championship
1st Junior 10 Mile Time Trial Championship

2002

1st Junior 10 Mile Time Trial Championship

2009

1st British National Team Time Trial, Shorter Rochford R.T., Team: Charles McCulloch, Mark Holton, Adam Duggleby

2011

1st British National Team Time Trial, ScienceinSport.com, Team: Alistair Rutherford, Alexander Royle, Adam Duggleby
2nd 20 km Scratch Race, British National Track Championships[8]

2012

1st 20 km Scratch Race, British National Track Championships[9]

2013

1st British National Team Pursuit, British National Track Championships

2015

2nd, Road Race, UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup, Maniago[10]

3rd, Time Trial, UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup, Maniago[10]

1st, Time Trial, UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup, Pietermaritzburg[10]

2016

3rd, Time Trial, UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup, Ostend[10]

Gold, Individual Pursuit B, 2016 Summer Paralympics, Rio de Janeiro[11]

Gold, Time Trial, 2016 Summer Paralympics, Rio de Janeiro[12]

Bronze, Road Race, 2016 Summer Paralympics, Rio de Janeiro[13]

2017

2nd, Time Trial, UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships, South Africa[14]

Winner British Best All-Rounder Time Trial Competition[5]

2018

Gold, UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships – Men's individual pursuit B, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil[15]

Gold, UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships - Men's individual Time Trial B, Maniago Italy[16]

1st, UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup - Men's individual Time Trial B, Baie Comeau, Canada[17]

3rd CTT National 50 Mile Time Trial[18]

3rd CTT National 100 Mile Time Trial[19]

1st CTT National 12 Hour Time Trial[20]

2nd British Best All-Rounder Time Trial Competition[21]

2019

2nd, UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup - Men's individual Time Trial B, Baie Comeau, Canada [22]

3rd CTT National 10 Mile Time Trial [23]

2016 Summer Paralympics[edit]

On 8 September 2016, Duggleby and Bate won a gold medal in Rio de Janeiro at the 2016 Summer Paralympics, in the Men's individual pursuit B.[24] In qualification the pair set the Men's Individual pursuit B 4 km world record with 4.08.146.

On 14 September 2016, Duggleby and Bate won their second gold medal in Rio de Janeiro at the Summer Paralympics, in the Men's individual Time Trial B.[25]

On 17 September 2016, Duggleby and Bate rounded off a successful Paralympic games in Rio de Janeiro with a bronze medal in the Men's individual Road Race B.[26]

Duggleby was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2017 New Year Honours for services to cycling.[27]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "New Year's Honours list 2017" (PDF). Government of the United Kingdom. 30 December 2016. p. 56. Retrieved 31 December 2016.
  2. ^ "Adam Duggleby". Rio.paralympics.org.uk. Retrieved 9 September 2016.
  3. ^ "Cycling Time Trials: Men - Tricycle - Individual". www.cyclingtimetrials.org.uk.
  4. ^ "Cycling Time Trials: Men - Bicycle - Individual". www.cyclingtimetrials.org.uk.
  5. ^ a b "Cycling Time Trials: BBAR Tables". www.cyclingtimetrials.org.uk.
  6. ^ "Cycling Time Trials: RTTC National 12 hour Championship (Farnborough & Camberley CC)(Entries 05/06/18)(includes VTTA National Championship) - Participation List". www.cyclingtimetrials.org.uk.
  7. ^ Hood, Ed (3 July 2018). "Adam Duggleby - the new 12 Hour National Competition Record Holder • VeloVeritas". VeloVeritas.
  8. ^ "National Track Championships 2011". Retrieved 29 September 2016.
  9. ^ "Report: Day 3, 2012 National Track Championships". Retrieved 19 September 2016.
  10. ^ a b c d "Adam Duggleby – Great Britain Cycling Team Rider Profile". Retrieved 19 September 2016.
  11. ^ "Rio 2016 Schedule & Results". Retrieved 19 September 2016.
  12. ^ "Rio 2016 Schedule & Results". Retrieved 19 September 2016.
  13. ^ "Rio 2016 Schedule & Results". Retrieved 19 September 2016.
  14. ^ "Silvers for Watson, Bate and Duggleby and Fachie and Hall". British Cycling.
  15. ^ "OFFICIAL BOOK OF RESULTS RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL" (PDF). paraworlds2018.veloresults.com.
  16. ^ "UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships - Maniago (Road)". dataride.uci.ch.
  17. ^ "UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup - Baie-Comeau (Road)". dataride.uci.ch.
  18. ^ "Cycling Time Trials: RTTC National 50 mile Championship (Leicester Forest CC) (MEN)(Cheques payable to S.Hill)(Entries close 11/09/18) - Race Report". www.cyclingtimetrials.org.uk.
  19. ^ "Cycling Time Trials: RTTC National 100 mile Championship (North Lancashire Time Trial Association) (includes the NLTTA Championship)(Entries close 12/06/18) - Race Report". www.cyclingtimetrials.org.uk.
  20. ^ "Result: RTTC National 12 Hour Championship". wwww.velouk.net.
  21. ^ "Cycling Time Trials: BBAR Tables". www.cyclingtimetrials.org.uk.
  22. ^ "UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup - Baie-Comeau (Road)". dataride.uci.ch.
  23. ^ "Cycling Time Trials: RTTC National 10 mile Championship Results". www.cyclingtimetrials.org.uk.
  24. ^ "Steve Bate and Adam Duggleby win gold in track cycling". itv.com. Retrieved 9 September 2016.
  25. ^ "Hull's Adam Duggleby wins second gold medal of the games". Retrieved 19 September 2016.
  26. ^ "Its bronze for Steve Bate and Adam Duggleby their third medal at". Archived from the original on 19 September 2016. Retrieved 19 September 2016.
  27. ^ "No. 61803". The London Gazette (Supplement). 31 December 2016. p. N17.