On a blustery holiday Monday (Victoria Day), Loaring Personal Coaching (LPC) held their annual Victoria Day Time Trial outside of Guelph, Ontario. In this year’s edition, a record number of cyclists and triathletes (73) came out to test their fitness. Despite the windy conditions, the event was a good warm-up effort for the Milton Triathlon/Duathlon/Relay on June 2nd.
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A record 73 participants endured very windy and cool conditions at the LPC Victoria Day Bike Time Trial. Please visit our TT web page for full results: https://www.loaringpersonalcoaching.com/lpc-time-trial-series.html In the Men's Aero, Ed Veal proved again that he is the real deal, chopping 21secs off of the previous course record set by Jackson Laundry. Ed's time of 18:40 (46.3kph) was 61secs ahead of Ethan Sittlington, and 65secs ahead of Cody Beals. Last year's Victoria Day overall winner Andrew Bolton was 4th in 19:53. The Women's Aero was a fierce battle for the top spot. Kirsten Marchant finished in an impressive 23:04 (37.46kph), 2secs ahead of last years Labour Day TT winner Andrea Smith. Jessica Kuepfer, the current Women's Aero course record holder, claimed the final spot of a very competitive women's overall podium. Jacob Jamnicky was the top Male Eddy in 21:09 (40.85kph), followed by Dylan Pust and Lee Rantala. Karol-Ann Roy was first among Eddy Women in 25:21 (34.08), with Madeleine Kennedy and Isabella Mastroianni rolling 2-3 respectively. Many thanks to all who took part and volunteered. Over $750 was raised for the LPC Hurdle Project. Thank you for your support! We look forward to seeing you at our next TT on Canada Day 🙂
In the men’s aero division, Ed Veal, the Canadian hour-record holder on the track, proved to be the fastest. In the process of taking the overall win, he also lowered the course record by 21 seconds. Veal’s time of 18:40 was 1:01 ahead of Ethan Sittlington – a member of the Toronto Hustle Cycling Team – and 1:05 ahead of Cody Beals.
The women’s aero division was a close battle between Kirsten Marchant, Andrea Smith and Jessica Kuepfer. Marchant crossed the line in first (23:04), two seconds ahead of Smith. Kuepfer finished in third.
In the Eddy Merckx division (no time trial position), Jacob Jamnicky was the top male in 21:09, followed by Dylan Pust and Lee Rantala. In the women’s division, Karol-Ann Roy set the fastest time of 25:21. Madeleine Kennedy and Isabella Mastroianni followed her for second and third overall.
The next LPC Time Trial will take place on Canada Day (July 1st). For more information, go to LPC’s website.