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Taking home, the silverware

Any sports person will tell you it’s always nice to be rewarded for your successes, Saturday evening was no different for the members of Southend Wheelers at their 94th Annual Awards evening.

60 awards shared by 16 club members on the evening, with some recipients collecting over ten awards for their achievements during the 2022 season.

The big winners on the evening were:

Dan Jenkins (left)

Winner of the Haden 10-mile Cup

Winner of the Ian Wiekstra Cup

Winner of the Bert Spencer Trophy

Winner of the Bleriot Trophy

Senior TT Champion

Senior Handicap TT Champion

10-mile TT Champion

25-mile TT Champion

1st Sunday scratch league

2nd Sunday Vets league

3rd Sunday handicap league

BAR Champion

Jan Harvey-Burns (cent)

Winner of the Goss Brothers Cup

Women's BAR Champion

Women's 10-mile TT Champion

Women’s 25-mile TT Champion

1st Sunday scratch league

1st Sunday handicap league

1st Sunday women’s league

2nd Sunday scratch league

3rd Saturday women’s league

Thomas Womack (right)

A promising club junior, who was also awarded the Winsor Cup for the most improved rider of the year.

1st Sunday Junior league

1st Saturday Junior league

1st Evening Junior league

2nd Evening scratch league

2nd Evening handicap league

Winner of the Windsor Cup

Katie-Ann Elliston (not shown)

Winner Senior RR Points trophy

Senior Track champion

Women’s Track champion

1000m Sprint champion

1 Mile Track champion

2 Miles Track champion

5 Miles Track champion

Women’s RR champion

2nd Women’s evening league

3rd Sunday women’s league

Club Road Race Team Event

Two further special awards were also presented

Fred Little, received an award for his 25 years’ service as Race Coordinator for BMCR/LVRC Region 9, whilst Matthew Stock was presented with the Ted Parsons Rose Bowl, awarded to the club member who, has done most in supporting the club in any one season.

A full list of winners can be downloaded here

Southend Wheelers 94th Annual Award Winners
Download PDF • 2.74MB

2023 sees Southend Wheelers celebrating their centenary in May, in June an exhibition display in the Forum and July they are promoting the National Cycling Time Trials, 50-mile time trial. Before then, they are holding their annual club ‘Burnham and Baddow’ reliability ride on 19 February (further details can be found on their website or across their social media channels).

If you enjoy cycling for leisure or even the more competitive nature, then Southend Wheelers have something to offer.

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