JimWParticipant9 September 2012 at 13:28Post count: 328
Congratulation to Alan Kemp who [again] has won the TLI National RR with a great solo breakaway.
To quote Gary Brown, “never has a road man spent most of his time, time trialing”!
Good men dont get bad when they get older,, they just get older..
Well done man.
JimWAlan KempParticipant9 September 2012 at 18:10Post count: 91
Thanks Jim and Phil .
Just an update on Mark Thompson who with about 6 others came down in our race after a touch of wheels .
I saw him at Leighton Hospital with a broken left collar bone and abrasions . He was unconscious at the crash scene for a short while and as a precaution is being kept in hospital at least overnight .
Mark has promoted races for us for many years and so it is very unfortunate that this should happen in what is his last promotion.
Thankfully Mark is such an organised person that the afternoon races went off well with Jim Golden who was in charge of the morning races taking over in Mark`s absence.
Speedy recovery Mark !CarolParticipant9 September 2012 at 18:35Post count: 363
Well done Alan!!!
Here’s wishing Mark a speedy recovery.johnkParticipant9 September 2012 at 18:38Post count: 225
Huge congratulations to you again Alan.
Get well soon Mark.
JohnAndy WoodParticipant9 September 2012 at 18:39Post count: 1066
Great win, miles ahead of the rest of the field. Congrats Kempy!! 😀Rich MParticipant9 September 2012 at 19:46Post count: 116
Congratulations Alan, well deserved Natuonal Champion after all your wins during the season.
Best wishes to Mark for a speedy recoveryEleanorParticipant9 September 2012 at 21:48Post count: 252
Well done Alan – a storming win. I’m so sorry about Mark – he puts so much effort into these races and works so hard to ensure rider safety, it’s such a shame that he’s had such a bad fall. Mark – all the best for a speedy recovery. Well done to Jim for picking things up in the afternoon…
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