View the 2020 WVCC Club Calendar 2020 to see all Welland Valley CC events.
Links to the results for the Club Championship and Evening 10 TT Series can be found below (with thanks to club member Mike Ives for his technical wizardry to create and publish these online results)…
The main results index page, with links to all of the results and league tables, can be found here
Or jump straight to what you’re looking for using the links to the individual events plus the different categories and league tables below…
Alternatively, if you’re looking for the club marshaling rota, then it’s available from this page
2020 Club Championship
The Club Championship is open to all categories and in 2020 will be contested over eleven events, with the best six results to count. In each category the fastest rider scores 60, 2nd scores 55, 3rd 51, and then 48, 46, 44, 42, 40, 39, 38, etc
In addition to the Overall Championship there are medals in the various categories for Ladies, Juveniles, Juniors and Veterans. The Veteran section is calculated using the ‘standard’ handicap system. Veteran competitions will be open to those aged 50 or over.
There is also a Men’s and Women’s Club Championship for road bikes, based on results ridden on road bikes in Club Championship events.
- Event 1 – 29th February – 5 mile hard TT – Stockerston
- Event 2 – 21st Mar – 9.5 mile hard TT – Medbourne
- Event 3 – 4th Apr – 20 mile hard TT – Medbourne
- Event 4 – 26th Apr – 25 mile TT – Kibworth
- Event 5 – 10th May – 25 mile TT – Kibworth (Armstrong & Hunter cups)
- Event 6 – 28th Jun – 25 mile TT – Kibworth (Interclub with Rockingham Forest Wheelers, HQ Church Langton)
- Event 7 – 7th July – 10 mile TT – Kibworth
- Event 8 – 18th July – 10 mile TT – Naseby (incl NDCA open TT)
- Event 9 – 16th August – 25 mile TT (Timson Cup) – Husbands Bosworth
- Event 10 – 23rd August – The Flying Mile and 10 Mile TT – Kibworth
- Event 11 – 6th Sept – The Hill Climb (Interclub with RFW and KCC), Medbourne
Standings in the club championship and league tables:
Standings for the Market Harborough Sports and Injury Clinic Leagues will be posted after the 4th event.
2020 Evening 10 mile Time Trial Championship
The Evening 10 Championship is open to all categories and is contested every Tuesday from the beginning of April through to early August. There are fifteen rounds with the best nine results to count. The basis of scoring is as for the Club Championship. There is also a Men’s and Women’s Road Bike 10 mile Time Trial Championship, and a new handicapped championship, the Nev Brooks Memorial Trophy.
Rules for the Road Bike 10 mile Time Trial Championship can be found here.
Rules for the Nev Brooked Memorial Trophy can be found here.
Results for each event:
- Event 1 – 7th Apr – Thorpe Langton
- Event 2 – 14th Apr – Thorpe Langton
- Event 3 – 21st Apr – Thorpe Langton
- Event 4 – 28th April – Thorpe Langton
- Event 5 – 5th May – Thorpe Langton
- Event 6 – 12th May – Naseby
- Event 7 – 19th May – Naseby
- Event 8 – 26th May – Naseby
- Event 9 – 2nd Jun – Naseby (+5 mile Junior TT)
- Event 10 – 9th Jun – Naseby (+5 mile Junior TT)
- Event 11 – 23rd June – Kibworth
- Event 12 – 30th June – Kibworth
- Event 13 – 7th Jul – Kibworth
- Event 14 – 14th July – Kibworth
- Event 15 – 21st July – Kibworth
Final league standings:
The Market Harborough Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic League
The Market Harborough Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic League offers the chance for all riders to compete with those of similar ability in a season long competition. The league is based around the Club Championship and comprises five divisions: Premier, First, Second, Third and Fourth.
All club members are allocated a division according to their best performance on a 25 mile time trial in the prior year, or if no time is available then a prior 10 mile time trial or failing that at the score keeper’s discretion. This means that the five divisions will each contain riders of broadly similar ability which should make for a fair competition. For more details of the system of points scoring see the ‘Championships’ section further down this page.
Based on the Club Championship, the riders in each of the five divisions score points in the same format (1st 60, 2nd 55 etc.) with the best six rounds to count.
Results from previous years