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Team CTC put in best performance of JHTGP series campaign in Woking

In a race that saw staff from the CTC national office in Guildford cheering them on, Team CTC's trio of Lydia Boylan, Tamina Oliver and Astrid Wingler gave their all to send the crowd home happy as the Johnson Health Tech Series made its way to Woking for the fourth round on Tuesday afternoon.
Astrid and Tamina
 
On a tight circuit that had seen rainfall earlier in the day, the green team pushed the front-runners all the way from lap one with Oliver leading from the front for a number of laps in the race, stretching the distance between the leading pack and the rest of the field.
 
And as the riders came across the finish line, both Oliver and Boylan were amongst the lead pack, gaining their highest positions so far in the series, as well as earning Team CTC 19 points on the day, taking the team's total tally to 30 points.
 
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Two top ten places for Team CTC riders in Banbury

Lydia Boylan and Tamina Oliver were well placed in Sunday's Banbury Star Road Race, which is part of the women's National Team Series. Over a distance of 72km, the pair worked at the front of the race throughout.
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Unfortunately, Hannah Payton, Team CTC's third rider had a puncture on the first lap, and on a course with two serious climbs was never going to be able to get back into contention.

All three finished looking strong but tested."

Steve Bailey, Team CTC Manager

The team notched up more valuable points for the overall team competition.

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Strong Colchester performance sees Team CTC notch first points in the JHTGP tour series

Team CTC’s Lydia Boylan, Tamina Oliver and Astrid Wingler put on a fine display as the Johnson Health Tech Grand Prix Series entered its second round in Colchester on Thursday afternoon.
Tamina Oliver racing in Colchester

The trio all finished within the top half of the field as part of the second group of riders to pass the finish line in Essex, scoring seven points to put them sixth in the overall standings.

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Double success for Team CTC ahead of televised tour series

Lydia Boylan crossed the line in first place in the South East regional road race championships on Saturday 18th May, whileTracey Fletcher climbed onto the podium with a second place in the East Midlands Regional road race championships the following day.
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Lydia won at the Kirdford circuit in Surrey, but credit also goes to Astrid Wingler who was caught up in a crash during the same race, but re-mounted to finish a creditable 23rd. 

Tracey was competing at the Ticknall circuit in Derbyshire.

The events allow regionally-based riders the chance to show their talent. Unfortunately, there are some regions which do not hold a women’s regional championship, showing the disparity in racing opportunity between men and women - something that Team CTC is determined to tackle."

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