Monday, August 17, 2009

Alisi does the double

From left - Alisi Takayawa, Susan McGoon, Ella Carling and Jessie McGoon

From left: Yee Wah Sing, Jope Tikotani and Timothy Fong

Junior cyclist, Alisi Takayawa, won the Junior Girls 3 Kilometre and Womens 1 kilometre Sprint at the 1 Degree Fun Cycle Races on Sunday. Takayawa is the niece of Fiji's Judo star Naca Takayawa. Two newcomers made surprise wins with Christian Carling winning the Mens 1km Sprint and Semiti Koroi came first in the Junior Boys 3 kilometre race. Race organiser, Dom Sansom, was pleased with the turnout. "We had record numbers at the races" he said "We ran out of race numbers because of the increase in competitors"
The 1 Degree Fun Cycle races are sponsored by 1 Degree, Fii Times, Samba and Nature Valley and are held on the third Sunday of the month.

Mens 1km Sprint
1. Christain Carling
2. Timothy Fong
3. Yee Wah Sings
4. Jope Tikotani
5. Naveen Prakash
6. Caleb Koroi
7. Ian Curtis
8. Mapa Bolea
9.William Yee

Womens 1km Sprint
1. Alisi Takayawa
2. Jessie McGoon
3. Susan McGoon
4. Yun Ying Yee
5. Ella Carling
6. Mackenzie Morgan
7. Catherine Morgan

Sprockets (u8) 100m
1. Sophia Morgan
2. Tiana Carling
3. Max Sutton

Junior Girls 3km
1. Alisi Takayawa
2. Jesie McGoon
3. Ella Carling
4. Mackenzie Morgan
5. Susan McGoon
6. Georgia Morgan

Junior Boys 3km
1. Semiti Koroi
2. William Yee
3.Viliam Takayawa
4. Thomas McGoon

Open 10km
1= Timothy Fong
1= Yee Wah Sing
3. Jope Tikotani
4. Christian Carling
5. Mapa Bolea
6. Caleb Koroi
7. Naveen Prakash
DNF Ian Curtis
DNF Semiti Koroi

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