Murray and Kemp add several miles to old marks in Cheshire
Both the men’s and women’s competition records were broken as two new riders were crowned national 24-hour champions after the title race in Cheshire last weekend.
Christina Murray (Army Cycling) was one of three women to break the old record as she powered to an impressive 478.42 miles, making up for the 2018 title race where she pulled out after 18 hours.
And Graham Kemp (Team Bottrill) won the men’s title with a massive 544.32 miles to break Andy Wilkinson’s eight-year-old record.
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July 25, 2019