Mayho & Smith Win May 24th Cycling Race

May 24, 2013

[Updated with video] Dominique Mayho raced to victory in this morning’s [May 24] Sinclair Packwood Memorial Race, winning his second consecutive title, while Karen Smith was the first female across the line.

The riders made the 11.9 mile sprint from Somerset to Hamilton, with the race ending outside of the Leopard’s Club on Cedar Avenue. Mayho finished in 26:44, while Smith crossed the line in 30:40.

There were four categories in this morning’s race are Open Male [racing age 19 and over], Junior Male [racing age 18 and under], Open Female [racing age 19 and over] and Junior Female [racing age 18 and under].

Mayho crossing the finish line:

Arthur Pitcher was the second open male, while Darren Glasford was third. Karen Smith was the first female, Nicole Mitchell was second, while Zoenique Williams was third.

The junior male winner was Anthony Rico Smith, with Nate Hartwig second and, Shomari Steede in third. The junior female winner was Gabriella Arnold, with Kamryn Minors claiming second and Victoria Davis in third.

Originally the Heritage Day Cycling Classic and renamed the Sinclair Packwood Memorial Race in 1998 following the passing of former champion Sinclair Packwood.

The full men’s results are here [PDF], and the full women’s results are here [PDF]

For all our coverage of the Bermuda Day holiday click here, and for our live blog of today’s events here.

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  1. Did he do it? says:

    Why do you guys let this guy go every year! You claim it’s to short and it’s just a sprint! Well damn well sprint!