Reigning national champion Ben Swift retained his national road race title on the final day of the 2021 HSBC UK | National Road Championships in Lincoln, following Pfeiffer Georgi’s victory in the women’s race earlier in the day.

The Team Ineos Grenadiers rider fought hard all day in numerous breakaway groups to secure another year in the famous red, white and blue jersey, having first won the crown in Norwich in 2019.

Pfeiffer Georgi stormed to victory in the elite women’s race earlier in the day, coming from a strong 12-rider group that went clear on the first ascent of the Michaelgate climb.

The young rider also won the under-23 championship at the same time as she defeated a crop of experienced riders to take home the jersey.

Elite and under-23 women’s race

There was a delayed start to the women’s race to ensure everything was in order on the 12.6km circuit of Lincoln; a morning of persistent rain meant the riders were taking corners very tentatively in the opening kilometres.

After one lap, the peloton would arrive together as one into the first ascent of the Michaelgate climb. On the front, recent hour record breaker, Joss Lowden (Drops-Le Col s/b Tempur), side-by-side with Anna Henderson (Team Jumbo-Visma).

Lowden, alongside three teammates (Dani Christmas, April Tacey and Anna Christian), decided that first time around was the right moment to set a tough pace up the climb with the aim of creating a select group, and they succeeded.

At the top of the cobbled climb with one lap complete a total of 12 riders would go clear never to be caught again, eight riders alongside the four riders from Drops-Le Col; Alice Barnes (CANYON – SRAM RACING), Pfeiffer Georgi (Team DSM), Anna Henderson (Team Jumbo-Visma), Josie Nelson (Team Coop-Hitec Products), Anna Shackley (Team SD Worx), Danielle Shrosbree (Team LDN – Brother UK), Jo Tindley (Pro-Noctis – Redchilli Bikes – Heidi Kjeldse) and Sophie Wright (Alè BTC Ljubljana).

The time gap would grow each time around and up the cobbled climb, and by the time the lead group reached the halfway point in the race (four laps remaining), the group of 12 had over a minute on the peloton behind.

Various attacks would come and go, a notable one for four riders, however a solo effort by Leah Dixon (Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank) looked to do the most damage to the time split, but nothing would come of it.

At the head of the race and with two laps to go, Pfeiffer Georgi produced the first attack out of the leading group on the climb through Lincoln, with only Henderson and Lowden being able to follow.

Behind, it would be Anna Shackley chasing hard to pull back the leading three riders a few kilometres later, Barnes, Nelson, and Wright alongside her making it a group of seven. A brief counter-attack over the top immediately by reigning national champion Alice Barnes was then pulled back.

The group would become 12 once again towards the end of the penultimate lap, with the remaining five riders re-joining the leaders, and with one lap to go they would cross the line and hear the final lap bell altogether.

The final lap saw attack after attack, firstly by Anna Christian at 10 kilometres to go, swiftly chased down by Jo Tindley and Pfieffer Georgi, the pair riding straight past her to launch their own attack.

Another Drops-Le Col attack saw a last-minute dig by April Tacey at three kilometres to go, and she would ride all the way to the lower slopes of the final ascent of the Michaelgate climb on her own.

However, Georgi flew past Tacey, attacking on the right-hand side of the climb – Josie Nelson fighting hard on the left aiming to match her speed.

Only two bike lengths separated them as they turned left onto Wordsworth Street, the final rise with just 100 metres to go to the finish line, and Anna Henderson was just three bike lengths behind Nelson with Joss Lowden chasing down the Team Jumbo-Visma rider.

Pfeiffer Georgi would ride out of sight to take the win in front of a rapturous Lincolnshire crowd, with Josie Nelson finishing second just three seconds behind. Lowden fought hard, pipping Henderson in the final 100 metres to taking bronze, seven seconds behind Georgi.

Georgi and Nelson both being under-23 also took the top two steps of that podium, Anna Shackley took home bronze, with the Team SD Worx rider fifth overall ahead of the valiant April Tacey in sixth.


“I honestly can’t believe it. I was just crossing the line shaking my head. Just realising that I get to wear the [national champions] jersey for year, that was pretty special.

“I’ve been feeling tired the past couple of weeks, so to feel good today and take the win, it was actually really surprising.

“I knew positioning would be key every lap, but I didn’t expect it to be only 12 [riders] by the first lap. I thought it would maybe be halved, but I didn’t think our breakaway would go all the way to finish.

“But that’s the nature of this race, with it being so narrow, cobbled – and yeah it’s always a fight for positions, so you have to be there every lap, and yeah – stay sharp.”

Pfeiffer Georgi

Women's Elite & Under 23's National Road Race Champion 2021

Elite women’s Results

  1. Pfeiffer Georgi (Team DSM) in 2:3843
  2. Josie Nelson (Team Coop-Hitec Products) +3
  3. Joscelin Lowden (Drops-Le Col s/b Tempur) +7

Under-23 women’s Results

  1. Pfeiffer Georgi (Team DSM) in 2:38:43
  2. Josie Nelson (Team Coop-Hitec Products) +3
  3. Anna Shackley (Team SD Worx) +12

Full Women's Race Results

Rank BIB Rider Team Category Time
1 97 Pfeiffer Georgi Team DSM U23 2:38:43
2 96 Josie Nelson Team Coop-Hitec Products U23 +3
3 37 Joscelin Lowden DROPS-LE COL SUPPORTED BY TEMPUR   +7
4 98 Anna Henderson Team Jumbo-Visma   +9
5 107 Anna Shackley Team SD Worx U23 +12
7 5 Sophie Wright Alè BTC Ljubljana U23 +27
8 106 Danielle Shrosbree Team LDN – Brother UK   +41
9 73 Jo Tindley Pro-Noctis – Redchilli Bikes -Heidi Kjeldsen   +44
10 1 Alice Barnes CANYON – SRAM RACING   +52
11 36 Dani Christmas DROPS-LE COL SUPPORTED BY TEMPUR   +1:04
12 35 Anna Christian DROPS-LE COL SUPPORTED BY TEMPUR   +1:08
13 108 Leah Dixon Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank   +2:58
14 29 Becky Storrie CAMS-Basso   +3:01
15 17 Daisy Barnes Brother U.K – Cycle Team OnForm U23 +3:15
16 48 Beth Harley-Jepson Jadan – Vive le Velo   +5:53
17 34 Elizabeth Bennett DROPS-LE COL SUPPORTED BY TEMPUR U23 +5:57
18 26 Natalie Grinczer CAMS-Basso   st
19 66 Isabel Darvill Pro-Noctis – Redchilli Bikes -Heidi Kjeldsen U23 st
20 25 Illi Gardner CAMS-Basso U23 +6:00
21 14 Holly MacMahon Bianchi Dama   +6:02
22 6 Elizabeth Sanders Avid Sport   +6:03
23 51 Francesca Hall Loughborough Lightning – TRG   st
24 43 Alice McWilliam Grinta Coaching   +6:05
25 80 Megan Dickerson SKODA DSI Cycling Academy   st
26 3 Victoria Smith AeroCoach   +6:08
27 65 Charlotte Berry Pro-Noctis – Redchilli Bikes -Heidi Kjeldsen   +6:10
28 4 Anna Morris AeroLab Ward WheelZ   +6:15
29 13 Jasmine Jones Bianchi Dama   +6:16
30 118 Kate Richardson Unattached U23 +6:18
31 33 Gwenno Hughes Crimson Orientation Marketing RT U23 +6:49
32 67 Samantha Fawcett Pro-Noctis – Redchilli Bikes -Heidi Kjeldsen   +8:44
33 23 Louise Hart Campinense – Velo Performance   st
34 46 Dannielle Khan Isorex NoAqua Ladies Cycling Team   st
35 32 Melissa Greaves Crimson Orientation Marketing RT   +8:52
36 72 Poppy Thompson Pro-Noctis – Redchilli Bikes -Heidi Kjeldsen   st
37 110 Suzetta Guerrini Team Watto-LDN   +8:56
DNF 44 Anya Tamplin HuntBikeWheels U23
DNF 27 Katie Scott CAMS-Basso U23
DNF 115 Beth Maciver Torvelo Racing U23
DNF 49 Sophie Lankford Jadan – Vive le Velo  
DNF 90 Lucy Gadd Storey Racing U23
DNF 102 Lucy Lee Team LDN – Brother UK  
DNF 112 Jenny Holl TEKKERZ CC  
DNF 87 Amy Roberts Spectra Wiggle p/b Vitus  
DNF 55 Sophie Enever LVIV CYCLING TEAM  
DNF 85 Rebecca Richards SKODA DSI Cycling Academy  
DNF 54 Chloe Vickers Loughborough Lightning – TRG  
DNF 42 Arianne Holland Forth Velo  
DNF 12 Lydia Watts AWOL Worx Galliard  
DNF 64 Jihanna Bonilla-Allard PMRR  
DNF 62 Madeleine Nutt Paceline RT  
DNF 61 Penny Colloff Paceline RT  
DNF 111 Dannielle Watkinson Team Watto-LDN  
DNF 77 Gemma Sargent Saint Piran WRT  
DNF 76 Bexy Dew Saint Piran WRT  
DNF 2 Hannah Barnes CANYON – SRAM RACING  
DNF 52 Flora Knight Loughborough Lightning – TRG  
DNF 75 Emily Chilton Saint Piran WRT  
DNF 16 Catriona Ross Bridport CC  
DNF 82 Olivia French SKODA DSI Cycling Academy  
DNF 83 Morgan Newberry SKODA DSI Cycling Academy  
DNF 21 Ellen Inglis Brother U.K – Cycle Team OnForm  
DNF 88 Abbie Taylor Spectra Wiggle p/b Vitus  
DNF 7 Hannah Bayes AWOL-Shear  


Rank BIB Rider Team Category Time
DNF 11 Phoebe Martin AWOL-Oshea    
DNF 45 Rachel Langdon Instafund Racing    
DNF 100 Harriet Dodd Team LDN Brother UK    
DNF 18 Sian Botteley Brother U.K – Cycle Team OnForm    
DNF 71 Millie Skinner Pro-Noctis Redchilli Bikes -Heidi Kjeldsen    
DNF 15 Georgina Panchaud Bianchi Dama    
DNF 41 Laura Cheesman Evans Cycles Race Team    
DNF 20 Abigail Cooper Brother U.K – Cycle Team OnForm U23  
DNF 22 Laura Pittard Brother U.K – Cycle Team OnForm    
DNF 103 Amy Marks Team LDN – Brother UK    
DNF 31 Sophie Earl Crimson Orientation Marketing RT    
DNF 56 Fiona Turnbull LVIV CYCLING TEAM U23  
DNF 53 Hannah Lancaster Loughborough Lightning – TRG U23  
DNS 8 Olivia Bent AWOL-Oshea U23  
DNS 9 Connie Hayes OWOL-Oshea    
DNS 10 Alice Lethbridge OWOL-Oshea    
DNS 19 Imogen Chastell Brother U.K – Cycle Team OnForm    
DNS 24 Jessica Finney CAMS-Basso    
DNS 28 Hayley Simmonds CAMS-Basso    
DNS 30 Sophie Thackray CAMS-Basso    
DNS 47 Madeleine Gammons Jadan – Vive le Velo    
DNS 50 Abby-Mae Parkinson Lotto-Soudal Ladies    
DNS 58 Georgia Bullard Natural Greatness – Vib Sports    
DNS 59 Amelia Sharpe NXTG Racing    
DNS 60 Emily Wadsworth NXTG Racing    
DNS 63 Helen Ralston Paceline RT    
DNS 68 Amy Gornall Pro-Noctis – Redchilli Bikes -Heidi Kjeldsen    
DNS 69 Jennifer Powell Pro-Noctis – Redchilli Bikes -Heidi Kjeldsen    
DNS 70 Corinne Side Pro-Noctis – Redchilli Bikes -Heidi Kjeldsen    
DNS 74 Sarah Briggs RFDA    
DNS 78 Christina Wiejak Saint Piran WRT    
DNS 79 Madeleine Aldam-Gates SKODA DSI Cycling Academy    
DNS 81 Lucy Ellmore SKODA DSI Cycling Academy    
DNS 84 Gwyneth Parry SKODA DSI Cycling Academy    
DNS 86 Molly Patch Sopela Womens Team    
DNS 89 Annabel Fisher Stade Rochelais Charente – Maritime Women Cycling    
DNS 91 Beth Morrow Storey Racing    
DNS 92 Georgia Hilleard Team Boompods    
DNS 93 Ella Barnwell Team Breeze    
DNS 94 Eluned King Team Breeze    
DNS 95 Sophie Lewis Team Breeze    
DNS 99 Francesca Cutts Team LDN – Brother UK    
DNS 101 Lauren Higham Team LDN – Brother UK    
DNS 104 Polly Mason Team LDN – Brother UK    
DNS 105 Kerry Middleton Team LDN – Brother UK    
DNS 109 Abi Smith Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank    
DNS 113 Olivia Bentley Torelli-Assure-Cayman Islands    
DNS 114 Nicole Coates Torelli-Assure-Cayman Islands    
DNS 116 Elynor Backstedt TREK – SEGAFREDO    
DNS 117 Charlotte Buchanan Unattached    
DNS 119 Eleanor Wiseman Unattached    




Rank BIB Rider Team Points
1 98 Anna Henderson Team Jumbo-Visma
2 97 Pfeiffer Georgi Team DSM
3 1 Alice Barnes CANYON-SRAM- RACING
5 106 Danielle Shrosbree TEAM LDN- Brother UK


Elite and under-23 men’s race

A total of 129 riders started the men’s race in Lincoln, amongst them three previous winners in Mark Cavendish MBE, Connor Swift and Ben Swift.

The earliest attack came on the first ascent of the Michaelgate climb, a solo effort from Lewis Askey (GROUPAMA – FDJ), who was only 12 when Cavendish won the race in 2013.

The attack would come to nothing, however the counterattack past Askey by Dan Bigham (Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling), and Sam Watson (Team Inspired) would spark the first big move of the day.

A lap later a further four riders would join them: Harry Tanfield (Team Qhubeka Nexthash), Jake Stewart (GROUPAMA – FDJ), Dan McClay (Team Arkea-Samsic) and Ben Swift (Team Ineos Grenadiers), creating a 15-second gap as they started their sixth lap out of 13.

On the seventh lap Ethan Hayter (Team Ineos Grenadiers) rode up the climb with ease and away from everyone else in the peloton, crossing the gap and up to the lead group in no time at all, making it a group of seven.

Behind him Fred Wright (Bahrain-Victorious), Lewis Askey (GROUPAMA – FDJ) and Connor Swift (Team Arkea-Samsic) also fought hard, joining on the back of the leaders where the numbers would swell to ten. And then ten became 12 as James Shaw (Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling) and Sean Flynn (SEG Racing Academy) closed a 35-second gap to join them and one minute five seconds to the peloton.

At the same time up front, Harry Tanfield attacked out the front of the leading group, however he we would be swiftly brought back by Ethan Hayter who was looking mightily strong after taking home two national championship titles this week already in the time-trial and the circuit race.

It would be at the start of lap nine that an attack came from Dan McClay, hurriedly followed by Fred Wright, Ben Swift and Harry Tanfield, and the four riders sparked trouble behind as the remaining riders were left looking at each other, wondering who was going to chase.

A couple of laps of back and forth in the war of attrition that is the national championships, with two laps to go only Ethan Hayter, Lewis Askey, Connor Swift and Sam Watson remained with one new member to the chasing group, Alex Richardson (Alpecin-Fenix), who jumped across to the chasing group on lap 10.

The penultimate time up the Michaelgate climb saw fireworks when Fred Wright decided to show his hand, powering over the cobbles as his competitors fought for the smooth gutter section at the side of the road.

Only Swift and Tanfield could follow, Dan McClay suffering for his earlier effort. In the group behind Ethan Hayter barely looked out of breath as he took Lewis Askey over the top of the climb with him, the duo in pursuit of the three riders ahead.

Ben Swift went first, Fred Wright chasing his wheel as Tanfield dropped away behind them hugging the gutter for smooth road. The duo pressed on ahead in a thrilling final sprint up the climb, shoulder to shoulder into the penultimate corner and left-hand turn to the 100 metres to go sign.

Wright was holding his wheel all the way around the final corner and onto the tarmac before his head slumped, absolutely spent, allowing Swift to ride away to victory.

Behind Hayter had flown past Tanfield on the climb in the final metres to steal third, seven seconds behind his teammate.


“I was really looking forward to the race, I’ve enjoyed my time for sure in this jersey. It gives you that extra motivation for sure, it was something that I really wanted to keep and luckily, I’ve got for another eight months in it or something.

“It’s been a bit of a difficult year. I knew coming into this race my form was good, but I’ve had to do it the hard way – I spent most of the day off the front just going from group to group, but yeah I’m made up really!

“It was incredible – it’s been so long since we’ve had really big crowds in British racing, so it was so good to see. Michaelgate’s hard, but those crowds it made it a little bit easier.”

Ben Swift

Men's National Road Race Champion 2021

Elite men’s result:

  1. Ben Swift (Team Ineos Grenadiers) 3:45:19
  2. Fred Wright (Bahrain-Victorious) +2
  3. Ethan Hayter (Team Ineos Grenadiers) +7


Under-23 men’s result:

  1. Fred Wright (Bahrain-Victorious) +2
  2. Lewis Askey (Groupama-FDJ) +24
  3. Leo Hayter (Development Team DSM) +1.30

Full Men's Race Results

Rank BIB Rider Team Category Time
1 1 Ben Swift Team Ineos Grenadiers   3:45:19
2 10 Fred Wright Bahrain-Victorious U23 +2
3 2 Ethan Hayter Team Ineos Grenadiers   +7
4 126 Harry Tanfield Team Qhubeka Nexthash   +12
5 45 Lewis Askey Equipe Cycliste Continentale Groupama-FDJ U23 +24
6 6 Alexandar Richardson Alpecin-Fenix   +1:12
7 110 Daniel Mclay Team Arkea-Samsic   +1:30
8 39 Leo Hayter Development Team DSM U23 st
9 71 James Shaw Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling   +1:33
10 115 Samuel Watson Team Inspired U23 +1:38
11 111 Connor Swift Team Arkea-Samsic   +1:52
12 96 Sean Flynn SEG Racing Academy U23 +2:25
13 75 Gruffudd Lewis Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling   +2:29
14 18 Jacob Scott Canyon DHB Sungod   +2:32
15 108 Josh Whitehead SwiftCarbon Pro Cycling U23 st
16 17 Jim Brown Canyon DHB Sungod U23 +2:39
17 150 Ben Granger Zappi Racing Team U23 +2:42
18 105 Ross Lamb SwiftCarbon Pro Cycling   +2:47
19 102 Alex Peters SwiftCarbon Pro Cycling   +2:53
20 25 Charlie Tanfield Canyon DHB Sungod   +3:24
21 40 Oscar Onley Development Team DSM U23 +3:59
22 29 Alistair Slater Clancy Briggs Cycling Academy   +6:21
23 120 Cameron Orr Team Inspired U23 +6:23
24 133 Ben Turner TRINITY Road Racing U23 +6:27
25 135 Oliver Rees TRINITY Road Racing U23 +6:28
26 144 Owain Roberts Wales Racing Academy U23 +6:30
27 161 Matthew Kingston Zappi Racing Team U23 +6:38
28 132 Thomas Gloag TRINITY Road Racing U23 +6:41
29 134 Cameron Mason TRINITY Road Racing U23 +6:48
30 130 Charlie Quarterman TREK – SEGAFREDO   +6:54
31 5 Henry Lawton AG2R Citroen U23 Team U23 +6:55
32 81 Isaac Mundy Richardsons Trek DAS   +8:11
33 42 Thomas Armstrong ELECTRO HIPER EUROPA   +8:13
34 4 Zak Coleman Acrog-Tormans U23 +8:14
35 117 Alfred George Team Inspired U23 +8:20
36 8 Joseph Laverick Axeon Hagens Berman CT U23 +8:26
37 52 David Hird Halesowen A & CC Academy U23 +8:32
38 23 Callum Macleod Canyon DHB Sungod U23 +8:38
39 16 Matthew Bostock Canyon DHB Sungod   +8:55
40 19 Maximilian Stedman Canyon DHB Sungod   st
41 90 Steve Lampier Saint Piran   +9:04
DSQ 92 Leon Mazzone Saint Piran  
DNF 59 Matthew Holmes Lotto Soudal  
DNF 41 Jack Crook Dolan Ellesse Race Team U23
DNF 7 Oliver Knight AVC Aix en Provence U23
DNF 67 Conor McGoldrick Primera-TeamJobs  
DNF 68 Nicholas Tyrie Primera-TeamJobs  
DNF 142 Cameron Biddle Vredestein Basso  
DNF 60 Oliver Robinson LVIV CYCLING TEAM U23
DNF 89 Ross Holland Saint Piran  
DNF 138 Daniel McDermott Unattached  
DNF 36 George Wood Cycling Sheffield  
DNF 78 Joe Wilson Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling  
DNF 63 Sebastian Garry Nopinz Motip Race Team  
DNF 64 Oliver Hucks Nopinz Motip Race Team  
DNF 156 Matthew Lock TAAP Cervelo  
DNF 160 William Truelove Wales Racing Academy  
DNF 15 Joshua Avery Brother U.K – Cycle Team OnForm  
DNF 128 Neil Phillips TEKKERZ CC  
DNF 98 William Perrett Spellman – Dublin Port Track Team  
DNF 30 Michael Chadwick Clancy Briggs Cycling Academy  
DNF 157 George Kimber Spirit Bontrager BSS Rotor  
DNF 61 Jack Freeman Meudon Pedal Heaven Le Col RT  
DNF 143 Joe Holt Wales Racing Academy  
DNF 76 Charles Page Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling  
DNF 121 Sam Brand Team Novo Nordisk  


Rank BIB Rider Team Category Time
DNF 43 John Archibald Eolo-Kometa Cycling Team    
DNF 26 Reece Wood Canyon DHB Sungod    
DNF 24 Robert Scott Canyon DHB Sungod    
DNF 14 Matthew Walls BORA – Hansgrohe    
DNF 145 William Roberts Wales Racing Academy    
DNF 27 Oliver Wood Canyon DHB Sungod    
DNF 34 Joey Walker Crimson Orientation Marketing RT    
DNF 38 Mark Cavendish MBE DECEUNINCK – QUICK – STEP    
DNF 112 Robert Donaldson Team Inspired U23  
DNF 12 Jamieson Blain BIKESTRONG-KTM U23  
DNF 13 Joseph Rees BIKESTRONG-KTM U23  
DNF 164 Harley Matthews DAP Cycling Club    
DNF 56 Matthew Clements Kuwait Pro Cycling Team    
DNF 33 Toby Barnes Crimson Orientation Marketing RT U23  
DNF 165 Christopher Walkinshaw Team PB Performance    
DNF 69 Daniel Bigham Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling    
DNF 107 Oliver Peckover SwiftCarbon Pro Cycling    
DNF 57 James Jobber Kuwait Pro Cycling Team    
DNF 70 Matthew Gibson Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling    
DNF 50 Jake Stewart GROUPAMA – FDJ    
DNF 20 Daniel Tulett Canyon DHB Sungod    
DNF 147 Finn Crockett Wheelbase CabTech Castelli    
DNF 154 Tom Merry Vanelli-Project Go    
DNF 151 Frazier Carr Spirit Bontrager BSS Rotor    
DNF 93 Bradley Symonds Saint Piran    
DNF 103 William Bjergfelt SwiftCarbon Pro Cycling    
DNF 80 Peter Cocker Richardsons Trek DAS    
DNF 11 Scott Davies Bahrain-Victorious    
DNF 153 Jordan Peacock Spirit Bontrager BSS Rotor    
DNF 21 Damien Clayton Canyon DHB Sungod    
DNF 87 Matthew Ellis Saint Piran    
DNF 95 Michael Gill Saint Piran Development    
DNF 91 Oliver Maxwell Saint Piran    
DNF 88 Iwan Evans Saint Piran    
DNF 74 Zeb Kyffin Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling    
DNF 48 Tobias Dahlhaus Foran CCC    
DNF 55 William Foster JRC-Shutt-Ridley Race Team    
DNF 82 William Scott Richardsons Trek DAS    
DNF 31 Dean Watson Clancy Briggs Cycling Academy    
DNF 136 Richard Todd TRINITY Road Racing    
DNF 66 Gary Freeman Orwell Velo    
DNF 123 Matthew King Team PB Performance    
DNF 119 William Tidball Team Inspired    
DNF 127 Oscar Hutchings Team Tor 2000 Kalas    
DNF 86 Tristan Davies Saint Piran    
DNF 85 Tom Mazzone Saint Piran    
DNF 146 Samuel Beckett Wales Racing Academy    
DNF 49 Joe Pidcock GROUPAMA – FDJ    
DNF 79 Theodor Obholzer Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling    
DNF 139 Oliver Moors Unattached    
DNF 158 Toby Jarvis Team PB Performance    
DNF 149 Jesse Yates YOELEO TEST TEAM P/B 4MIND    
DNF 125 James Bentley Team PB Performance    
DNF 124 James Chapman Team PB Performance    
DNF 152 Matthew Downie TAAP Cervelo    
DNF 140 Joe Hill UpShift Nutrition Race Team    
DNF 163 Timothy Torrie TBW23 Stuart Hall Cycling    
DNF 122 Nathan Smith Team Novo Nordisk Development    
DNF 84 Matti Dobbins RT23    
DNF 109 Ash Coning Tavfer Measindot Mortágua    
DNF 65 Daniel Shoobridge Nopinz Motip Race Team    
DNF 22 Euan Macleod Canyon DHB Sungod    
DNF 44 Mark Christian Eolo-Kometa Cycling Team    
DNS 3 Owain Doull MBE Team Ineos Grenadiers    
DNS 9 Stephen Williams Bahrain-Victorious    
DNS 28 Tom Portsmouth Carbonbike Discar Academy    
DNS 32 Xeno Young Creuse Oxygène Gueret    


Rank BIB Rider Team Category Time
DNS 35 Isaac Peatfield Crimson Orientation Marketing RT    
DNS 37 Matthew Taylor Cycling Sheffield    
DNS 46 Toby Perry Equipo La Tova – Asesoria Almudevar    
DNS 47 Robert Orr EuroCyclingTrips – CMI Pro Cycling    
DNS 51 Alex Haines GSC BLAGNAC VS 31    
DNS 53 Lewis Bulley Indulek-Doltcini-Derito CyclingTeam    
DNS 54 Alex Dowsett Israel Start-Up Nation    
DNS 58 Timothy Lynch London Dynamo    
DNS 62 Gabriel Cullaigh Movistar Team    
DNS 72 William Brown Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling    
DNS 73 Cameron Jeffers Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling    
DNS 77 Simon Wilson Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling    
DNS 83 Samuel Asker Richardsons Trek DAS    
DNS 94 Jenson Young Saint Piran    
DNS 97 Harrison Wood SEG Racing Academy    
DNS 99 Charles Walker Spirit Bontrager BSS Rotor    
DNS 100 Clay Davies Spirit Bontrager BSS Rotor    
DNS 101 Tom Couzens Spirit Bontrager BSS Rotor    
DNS 104 William Harper SwiftCarbon Pro Cycling    
DNS 106 Christopher Latham SwiftCarbon Pro Cycling    
DNS 113 Oliver Stockwell Team Inspired    
DNS 114 Ethan Vernon Team Inspired    
DNS 116 Rhys Britton Team Inspired    
DNS 118 Max Rushby Team Inspired    
DNS 129 Christopher Lawless Total Direct Energie    
DNS 131 Sam Culverwell TRINITY Road Racing    
DNS 137 Tosh Teare TRINITY Road Racing    
DNS 141 Tobias Bartlett Velo Club Lincoln    
DNS 148 Alexander Sherwin YOELEO TEST TEAM P/B 4MIND    
DNS 155 Josh Housley Spirit Bontrager BSS Rotor    
DNS 159 Fraser Martin Wheelbase CabTech Castelli    
DNS 162 Angus Hawkins Spirit Bontrager BSS Rotor    
The Brian Cossavella Michaelgate Award
Rank BIB Rider Team Points
1 115 Samuel Watson Team Inspired U23 10
2 10 Fred Wright Bahrain-Victorious U23 9
3 45 Lewis Askey Equipe Cycliste Continetale Groupama-FDJ U23 9
4 110 Daniel Mclay Team Arkea-Samsic   7
5 1 Ben Swift Team Ineos Grenadiers   7
6 2 Ethan Hayter Team Ineos Grenadiers   4
7 111 Conor Swift Team Arkea-Samsic   3
8 126 Harry Tanfield Team Qhubeka Nexthash   2


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