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ROAD RACE SISTERS: Maddie Gammons and Tilly Gurney who both took part in the first-ever National Junior Women's Road Race in May.
ROAD RACE SISTERS: Maddie Gammons and Tilly Gurney who both took part in the first-ever National Junior Women's Road Race in May.

Witham on the Hill, near Bourne, was the unlikely setting for some history when the first-ever National Junior Women’s Road Race was held.

Organised by Bourne Wheelers’ coach Mark Botteley, 41 riders from across the UK took on the 45-mile course in glorious sunshine.

Tilly Gurney (17), of Spalding Cycling Club, and her team-mate at the 2015 Sainsbury’s School Games in Manchester, Maddie Gammons (17), of Bourne Wheelers Cycling Club, were two of the riders involved.


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