Jeffrey wins Time Trials

Last year’s time trial champion Raynauth Jeffrey added a second national time trial championship title to his collection yesterday.

The talented 20-year old wheelsman proved to be in top form, besting Marlon ‘Fishy’ Williams by six seconds on a sunny day on the Linden/ Soesdyke Highway.

Jeffrey stopped the clock on the hilly 16-mile course in 38 minutes and 36 seconds.

Raynauth Jeffrey
Raynauth Jeffrey

Veteran rider, Leer Nunes was third in 43m:05s after Team Alanis’ Paul DeNobrega and Andre Abdool were disqualified for tagging  Jeffrey.

Jeffrey’s Team Coco’s club mate, Michael Anthony also repeated in the junior category. Anthony’s time (40m:05s) for the 16-mile trek was quicker than Alonzo Ambrose’s (43m:02s) by more than two minutes.

The other two riders, Shaquel Agard and Silvio Inniss were also disqualified for tagging Anthony.

On the distaff side, UK based Claire Fraser (28m:34s) out pedaled Toshwanna Doris (31m:55) and Crystal Lambert (32m:42s).

For the other categories, Raymond Newton (veteran) and Romello Crawford (juveniles) were the top riders.

Note: The females, veterans and juveniles rode for 10 miles.

Time Trial Results


Raynauth Jeffrey 38:32

Marlon Williams 38:36

Leer Nunes 43:05


Michael Anthony 40:48

Alonzo Ambrose 43:02


Raymond Newton 24:53

Thuran Harris 26:31

Mark Sonoram 28:09


Claire Fraser 28:34

Toshwana Doris 31:55

Crystal Lambert 32:42

Juveniles Romello

Crawford 25:32

Andrew Hicks 25:29

Raphael Leung 26:39

The cyclists will now turn their attention to the open road this morning to compete in the National Road Race Championships from 07:00hrs. Jeffrey is also the defending champion on the senior category. (Emmerson Campbell)


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