Aaron Humes Reporting: Young Elite rider Joel Borland of Team Digicell crossed the line alone in the Old Capital to win the KREM New Year’s Cycling Classic in three hours, fifty-three minutes and forty-two seconds.
Gregory Lovell claimed second place Byron Pope over with Justin Williams in fourth.
In the junior male division, the race was dominated by eventual winner, Ernest Bradley of Team Smart, son of the late Ernest Jawmeighan Meighan, a former KREM Classic and Cross Country champion who was murdered last August.
Meanwhile, in the female category, Alicia Thompson defended her title, with former champion Kaya Cattouse placing second and Patricia Chavarria third. Both the junior and female classics ended in a sprint finish.
1ST Joel Borland; 2nd Gregory Lovell; 3rd Byron Pope
1st Ernest Bradley; 2nd Jahwi Ysaguirre; 3rd Kayden Pinelo
1st Gian Lino; 2nd Patrick Williams; 3rd Sherwin Requena
1st Robert Mariano; 2nd Liam Stewart; 3rd Kenroy Gladden
1ST Robert Mariano; 2nd Kenroy Gladden; 3rd Kenrick Gray
1st Alicia Thompson; 2nd Kaya Cattouse; 3rd Patricia Chavarria
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