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C-Ray D. Banner Thursday Race results – January 16

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. Jan. 16, 2020– This morning at 6:30 a.m. when the darkness turned to light, the C-Ray D. Banner Thursday Race started in front of Data Pro on the Boom Hattieville Road, headed towards the roundabout in Hattieville and returned, for a total of 23.8 miles, averaging 25.1 m.p.h. in a time of 56:26.

There were two station prizes: Brandon Cattouse of C-Ray D. Banner Cycling Team picked up the first one at the Hattieville Prison, and Joshua Fuller of Team Santino’s picked up the second on the return at Fresh Pond Village.

Finishing 1st was Erwin Middleton of Team Road Rage; 2nd Brandon Cattouse; 3rd was Joshua Fuller; 4th from Team Road Rage was Tariq Cano; Wasani Castro of Team Clear the Land Cycling finished 5th; and Kaya Cattouse of Team C-Ray D. Banner was 6th.

Prizes were also awarded to the 50-Plus category (50 years and older). 1st was Ray Cattouse of C-Ray D. Banner, and 2nd was Hon. Edmond Castro of Team Clear the Land.

50-Plus category winners, (l to r) 2nd Hon. Edmond Castro, 1st Ray Cattouse

In the Non-Elite category, Kaya Cattouse was 1st, and also winning the Female category; Riis Cattouse of Team C-Ray D. Banner was 2nd; and Andy Bennett of Team Smart rounded out the top 3.

Non-Elite winners, (l to r) 2nd Riis Cattouse, 1st Kaya Cattouse, 3rd Andy Bennett

Racing under the C-Ray banner continues over the weekend, as we continue with our Saturday races.

Register now with the C-Ray Cycling Club, and become eligible to compete in our weekly Thursday and Saturday races. Contact 670-1313 via WhatsApp for more details.

Feature photo: Elite winners, (l to r) 2nd Brandon Cattouse, 1st Erwin Middleton, 3rd Joshua Fuller

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