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Going for cycling glory


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Going for cycling glory

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YOUNG?GUNS Jason Perryman and Darren Matthews will pit their youth and exuberance against the experience of Philip Clarke in the quest for national road race cycling glory tomorrow morning from 6:30.
Defending champion Simon Clarke is a doubtful starter for the 2011 edition of the race which will cover the distance between Top Rock, Christ Church, and the Sagicor Roundabout 21 times.
Perryman is 24, while Matthews, last season’s Most Improved Rider, is only 20, and both are reckoned to be the future of the sport.
At last year’s Central American and Caribbean (CAC)?Games in Puerto Rico, Matthews underlined his obvious promise by placing sixth in the scratch race.
In last year’s national road race, Perryman, a former champion, was second and Matthews third. Both are sure to make an impact once again.
 

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