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CYCLING: Williams shines at Kingston to Mandeville road race

Published:Monday | March 23, 2015 | 3:32 PMNevada Morgan Wright, Gleaner Writer

Oshane Williams riding Unattached was the main winner in the Jamaica Cycling Federation 60-mile Road Race which took place yesterday from Kingston to Mandeville.

Williams won in a stylish and convincing two hours and 45 minutes in category one.

Also, in category one, Bobby Barnes finished second riding Unattached, while Thrailer Hill placed third representing the Portland Cycling team.

In category two, Mario Brooks was victorious for the Breakaway Cycling team, while Mario Hall copped second spot.

Dean Robertson representing the Breakaway Cycling Club was the winner in category three, while his teammate Jemar Brissett was second.

Jason Ferguson of Blissett Cycling Club crossed the finishing line in third position.

Riding Unattached Barrington Bailey was first in category four, ahead of Obrian Madurie from Breakaway Cycling Club.

Third spot went to Rashiek Bailey of team Blissett.

In the Junior Category, Merrick Williams representing Endurance Cycling Club, was first in a time of two hours and fifty five minutes.

Second was Andrew Ramsey also of Endurance Cycling team, while Aduella Ottey of Breakaway Cycling Club ended in fourth position.

In the day's final event, Cleveland “Big Engine” Sharpe took the top spot in the Masters event.

Finishing second in the event was Wayne Smith who was Unattached, while Raydean Lawson also Unattached placed third.