Shawn Weathered recorded his second victory this season when he prevailed in the Elite Male Class of the Avalanche Road Race staged by the Antigua and Barbuda Cycling Federation (ABCF) on Sunday.
Weathered completed the 10-lap race in 1 hour, 51 minutes and 14.05 seconds, just 0.04th of a second faster than his Team Terminix colleague Emmanuel Gayral, who finished second in 1 hour, 51 minutes, 14.09 seconds.
Conroy Thomas captured third place to ensure Team Terminix made a clean sweep of the podium places for the Elite Male class.
Weathered had won the first race of the 2022 ABCF’s domestic season, an Individual Time Trial on 20th February.
Team Terminix also took another top spot on the winner’s podium last Sunday when Delvin Peters captured the Masters Class. Peters finished the 8-lap race in 1 hour, 37 minutes and 07.05 seconds.
Patrick Peters and Vaughn Gomes of Team Independent secured second and third places respectively in the Masters Class.
Road Runners Cycling Club dominated the Sports Class to capture the top three positions. Newell Mack won the Sports Class by completing the 6-lap race in 1 hour, 7 minutes and 29.78 seconds.
Team mates Jason Adams finished second ahead of fellow colleague Micah Gore.
Road Runners Cycling Club recorded more success on Sunday when Lindsay Duffy claimed the Elite Female Class by finishing the six-lap course in 1 hour, 29 minutes and 52.37 seconds.
Duffy’s lone competitor Zhanna Prikhodko failed to complete the race having fallen out after completing only two laps of the course.
Eastside Raiders claimed the top two places in the Cadets 14-17age group class. Dejaun Francis won the six-lap race in 1 hour, 10 minutes and 53.30 seconds ahead of teammate Curtis Soanes.
Aden Murray-Watkins of Wadadli Cycling Academy took third place in the class, which was contested by just the three cyclists.
Arusa Murray-Watkins of Wadadli Cycling Academy won the Cadets 11-13 age group class. Murray-Watkins completed the two-lap course in 30 minutes and 52.97 seconds to beat her only competitor, Antoine Simon of the Andre Simon Cycling Academy.