Sally Boyden (cyclist)

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Sally Boyden
Personal information
Full nameSally Boyden
Born (1967-04-07) 7 April 1967 (age 52)[1]
North Ferriby, England[2]
Team information
DisciplineRoad and track
RoleRider
Amateur team(s)
1994Swaledale CC
1999Velo Club Lannion
2000Clarkes Contracts
2002Classic Walls CRT
Major wins
World Masters Champion
United Kingdom British Champion x10

Sally Boyden (born 7 April 1967[1] in North Ferriby, East Riding of Yorkshire) is a British track and road racing cyclist. She was British national points race champion five times in a row and a British champion on road and track 10 times. She competed and was a medalist at the World Masters Championships on several occasions and held the British record for the flying kilometre and standing kilometre time trial on the track.[3] The kilometre record of 1:14.18 was set in 1995 and broken in 2005 by Victoria Pendleton with 1:10.854.[4] Boyden was also the European Masters Track Champion in the individual pursuit event for riders aged 35–39, in 2002.[5]

Palmarès[edit]

1994
3rd British National Road Race Championships
1995
1st United Kingdom Points race, British National Track Championships
1996
1st United Kingdom Points race, British National Track Championships
1997
3rd Elite European Track Championships
1st United Kingdom Points race, British National Track Championships
1998
1st United Kingdom Points race, British National Track Championships
3rd British National Road Race Championships
3rd British National Circuit Race Championships
4th Points Race, Track World Cup[6]
1999
1st United Kingdom Points race, British National Track Championships
1st United Kingdom British National Circuit Race Championships
2nd 15km scratch, British National Track Championships
3rd 3km pursuit, British National Track Championships
2000
2nd 15km scratch, British National Track Championships
3rd 25km points, British National Track Championships
2001
3rd pursuit, World Masters Track Championships (30-34)[7]
2002
1st Pursuit, World Masters Track Championships (35-39)[8]
1st Europe Pursuit, European Masters Track Championships (35-39)
2nd 25km points, British National Track Championships
3rd British National Circuit Race Championships
3rd sprint, World Masters Track Championship (35-39)[9]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "SALLY BOYDEN". cyclebase.nl.
  2. ^ "Sally Boyden". Cycling Archives. Retrieved 3 July 2015.
  3. ^ "Sally Boyden, East Yorkshire". cyclingmasters.com. Archived from the original on 20 May 2006.
  4. ^ "Victoria breaks British women's 1 km track record". Mildenhall CC.
  5. ^ "European Masters - 2002 Champions". cyclingmasters.com. Archived from the original on 28 September 2007.
  6. ^ "UCI Track World Cup/UCI - Coupe du Monde - Piste - 1998". UCI.
  7. ^ "Masters: Track Piste: World Championships 2001 Championnats du Monde". UCI.
  8. ^ "World Masters Track Championships - Pursuit". cyclingnews.com. 15–21 September 2002.
  9. ^ "World Masters Track Championships - Sprint". cyclingnews.com. 15–21 September 2002.