Lydia Gould

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Lydia Gould
Lydia Gould 2008MarathonChamps.jpg
British National MTB Marathon Champs, June 2008
Personal information
Full name Lydia Gould
Born (1956-01-02) 2 January 1956 (age 61)
 United Kingdom
Team information
Discipline MTB
Role Rider
Rider type XC & Marathon
Professional team(s)
2001–2005 Hargroves
2006– Team Torq/Kona[1]
Major wins
2000 and 2002 World Cyclo-Cross Champion 40-49 age category

Lydia Gould (born 1952-1957) is a racing cyclist specialising in cross country and marathon mountain bike racing, and is a prolific medallist at the national championships and national points series. In 2007, she opted to ride in the Expert category as opposed to the veteran in order to gain stiffer competition.[2]

Palmarès[edit]

2000 World Cyclo-Cross Champion [40-49 age category]
2nd XC, British National Mountain Biking Championships (Elite)
2001
1st United Kingdom XC, British National Mountain Biking Championships - Veteran
2002 World Cyclo-Cross Champion [40-49 age category]
2005
2nd XC, British National Mountain Biking Championships - Veteran
1st XC National Points Series, Round 1, Newnham Park - Veteran
5th Marathon, British National Mountain Biking Championships
2006
1st XC National Points Series, Round 2, Sherwood Pines - Veteran[3]
1st XC National Points Series, Round 2, Margam Park - Veteran
4th Marathon, British National Mountain Biking Championships
2007
6th Marathon, British National Mountain Biking Championships
2nd Trek Marathon Series, Round 1[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Team TORQ/Kona". 15 March 2006. 
  2. ^ a b "Easter Bunny Hops!". 20 April 2007. 
  3. ^ "NPS 1: Sherwood Pines". 18 May 2006.