Guyanese cyclist James Joseph continues to shine; tops Master Men 65+ Class


We Stand United Cycle Club’s rider James Joseph continues to keep the Golden Arrowhead flying in the USA by winning the Master Men 65+ Category 1/2/3/4 race at the Meridian Bank Great Valley Criterium on Sunday last in Malvern, PA.

Joseph, who is in fine form this season, topped a field of 10 riders in his category, clocking 1:00:22s to win ahead of Paul Korner (ActiveYards/Trek), who was timed at 1:00:24, the same time as the third-placed Mark Hastings (QCW Cycling p/b Cadence Cycling).

Combining the 55+ and 65+ categories, Joseph placed eighth overall.

Meanwhile, another Guyanese, Jamaul John (CRCA/Foundation Elite Team) placed eighth in the Cat. 1/2/3 race in 1:51:23s.

This race was won by Dylan Bibic (Premier Tech u23) in 1:50:46s, with second place going to Clever Martinez (Miami Blazers) 1:50:47s. John’s teammate, Jamol Eastmond took the final podium spot in 1:50:48s.

A total of 102 riders contested this category with 13 not completing the distance.

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