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Jet Fuel’s Randell 17th at Lincoln GP

May 8, 2005 — Jet Fuel Sympatico MSN’s Andrew Randell finished a credible 17th in the 50th running of the Lincoln GP in England today. The 164km race is one of the longest running and most prestigious races on the UK calendar. This year the race was classified UCI 1.2 as part of the European continental tour.

Randell narrowly missed the joining the 16-man early break that went on to be the winning move of the day. This year’s event was won by an on form Russell Downing (GBr) Recycling.co.uk, followed by his team mate and brother Dean Downing in 2nd. Veteran Malcolm Elliott (GBr) Pinarello RT rounded out the podium.

Randell’s race report is available on the team’s website at :
http://www.cyclingteam.info/2005/05/it-begins-in-lincoln.php .

50th Lincoln International GP – 1.2
Great Britain, May 8, 2005
Results – 164 km

1 Russell Downing (GBr) Recycling.co.uk 3.55.12 (41.84 km/h)
2 Dean Downing (GBr) Recycling.co.uk 0.06
3 Malcolm Elliott (GBr) Pinarello RT 2.36
4 Rob Sharman (GBr) Recycling.co.uk 2.45
5 Martin Ford (GBr) Team Rochelle
6 Andrew Roche (Irl) Team Rochelle
7 Duncan Urquart (GBr) Viner Bikes/Agis
8 Yanto Barker (GBr) Team DFL
9 Paul Manning (GBr) Recycling.co.uk 3.00
10 Scot Gamble (GBr) Ashfield RC 3.12
11 Andy Collis (GBr) De Rosa RT 3.30
12 Anthony Malarczyk (GBr) Fujibikes UK
13 Chris Newton (GBr) Recycling.co.uk 4.26
14 Evan Oliphant (GBr) Scotland
15 Philip Dixon (GBr) Team DFL
16 John Tanner (GBr) Planet X RT
17 Andrew Randell (Can) Jet Fuel Team 4.55
18 Haralds Pudans (Lat) Diametal Colnago 6.52
19 Tjarco Cuppens (Ned) Diametal Colnago
20 Rik Kavsek (Ned) Diametal Colnago
21 David Verdonck (Bel) Diametal Colnago
22 Frank Van Kuik (Ned) Diametal Colnago
23 Mark Lovatt (GBr) Planet X RT
24 Matthew Stephens (GBr) Sigma Sport
25 Matthew Higgins (GBr) Unattached 7.08
26 Roy Chamberlain (GBr) Team MK
27 Ian Field (GBr) Trek UK
28 Alex Higham (GBr) Stilton RT
29 Ian Wilkinson (GBr) Giant Racing
30 Stephen O’Sullivan (Irl) Team Cyleways
31 Ian Bibby (GBr) Trek UK
32 Roger Hammond (GBr) Discovery Channel
33 Gareth Jones (GBr) Fujibikes UK
34 Eugene Moriarty (Irl) Team Cyleways.Co
35 Dale Appleby (GBr) Wales 7.48





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