After a season interrupted by an unscheduled cruise ship, a crash and some mixed up weather, the final round of the 2019-20 Zero Friction Time Trial went to plan on Sunday morning.
Luke Wight (MGCC) was fastest in 23:39, only 2 seconds faster than SA newcomer Daniel Van Der Laan from Sydney Uni Velo Club. Showing that he can still mix it up with the young guns, Mat Franks came in fourth in 23:45. Jill Seaman continued to dominate the women's field in a time of 25:22, an impressive 8 seconds head of Chloe Moran.
Full details of the round are available here: http://results.pacc.org.au/2020/ZeroFriction%20TT/R4/
As the final round of the series, there were battles on to see who would take out the Age Adjusted results in male and female categories.
No surprises Jill Seaman was fastest overall, followed by Mat Franks, Derek Barnes and Gemma Kernich. PACC regulars Darren Webb and Vicki-Lynne Birks were close behind. A full spreadsheet of age adjusted times is available here, with the top five men and top five women each receiving a gift voucher thanks to series sponsor Zero Friction Cycling.
Weather Observations at 9:00 am
- Temperature: 19.1 degrees (felt like 14.3)
- Humidity: 58%
- Wind: SE 15 km/h
- Barametric pressure: 1015.8