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Submitted by: Kaya Cattouse

C-Ray Cycling Club
Youth Summer Races 2015

The C-Ray Cycling Club camp concluded with the last of six races on Sunday 16th August at 2:00 pm on Princess Margaret Drive (in front of the Marion Jones Sports Complex). Considering it was the last race for this summer, we had special invited guests to race with our junior guys; youths between the ages of 18-25 who are already at the elite age but not exactly at the elite level. We also had the return of last year’s series winner, Stephen Cabral Jr. Participants took part in 9 different categories and the results are as follows:

Tiny Mites (3-5yrs FEMALE)
1. Jadah Muschamp

Tiny Mites (3-5yrs MALE)
1. Jayden Tillett
2. Khamani Morrison

Tiny Mites (6-8yrs)
1. Raymond Singh III
2. Damine Myles
3. Devin Major

Female (under 10yrs)
1. Raymond Singh III

Female (over 10yrs)
1. Gabrielle Gabourel

MALE
Category C (9-12yrs)
1. Dereck Brown
2. Kenyon Standford
3. Jahmai Scott

Category B (13-15yrs)
1. Gian Lino
2. Sherwin Requena
3. Joshua Fuller

Category A (16-18yrs)
1. Kaydine Pinelo
2. Stephen Cabral Jr.
3. Sherwin Requena

Station Prize #1 Kaydine Pinelo
Station Prize #2 Stephen Cabral Jr.

Open Mountain Bike/Beach Cruiser
1. Dylan Belisle
2. Erion Brown
3. Christian Smith

Two trophies were given for the “Most Aggressive” rider of the race, one in Category B and one in Category A. This was judged by C-Ray Cycling Club’s owner, Ray Cattouse. The trophies went to Gian Lino and Kaydine Pinelo respectively.

The C-Ray Cycling Club would like to express a big thank you first and foremost to the participants, secondly to our sponsors; The Stationery House Retail Outlet, Smart, Belavida Water, Jex Trophies, Belize City Council, Cattouse Trucking, KV Events Planning, Ordonez Bike Shop and the Petrocaribe Summer Program 2015. To all the dedicated volunteers, Red Cross personnel and C-Ray Cycling Club team members for making the C-Ray Cycling Club’s Youth Summer Program 2015 a success! Lastly, to the Amandala Sports desk for giving our youths the coverage and exposure they deserve.

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