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Bronze is Not Enough!

Saturday 15th of August saw us stun the Cycle Speedway World, and of course our own, by not only reaching the Final, but very nearly claiming runner-up spot in the meeting at a very sunny Hull.”

That was 2015, a quote from my report of that event, our first ever foray into the British Veterans Club Championship competition. Today, the day after the 2016 event at Wednesfield on Sunday 29th May I can proudly proclaim we almost did it again but missed third place by 5 points, because WE FINISHED SECOND! Full Report on "AWAY" menu tab above.
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Vikings Captain Gavin Parr (right) with Hull CSC supremo, British Champion Andy Angell
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He's done it again, but a wee bit better this time!10151290 10206204105354214 4516507293769088147 n

Yes indeed, or fabulous Number One, Captain Fantastic Gavin Parr has won the British Over 40s Championship at Kesgrave, East Anglia on Sunday 30th August 2015, reversing his defeat at the hands of Leicester's Craig Marchant in the World Veterans Final this time. This is proper reward for the dedication and extremely savage training regime Gavin has embarked upon this year culminating in the best ever result for a Northumbria (and Newcastle!) rider in any national competition since the Sport started up in the North East.

Picture above (credit to the photograph's owner) shows left to right current World Champion Craig Marchant, new British Champion Gavin Parr and last year's World Champion Steve Harris (Poole).

READ GAVIN'S BRITISH FINAL STORY HERE

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(but he's the Best Over 40 in the World!)

For full details see Skippers Blog.