Tenth of the Tour Leaderboard update

Were you a winner this week?

We kicked off the Tenth of the Tour Challenge this week. The aim of the challenge is to cycle and log 217.2 miles (a tenth the distance of the Tour de France) on BikeRadar Training by July 31st 2012. Everyone who logs the required mileage will be entered into a prize draw to win a bumper box of cycling goodies.

Every week we will also be holding mini-challenges where you can win spot prizes!

These mini-challenges are split into 5 categories (and if you're in the Top 5 leaderboards to any of these categories you have a chance of winning a spot prize);

1. The Long Timer award will go to one of the Top 5 entrants who has spent the longest time training that week.

2. The Speed Demon prize will go to one person in the Top 5 leaderboard who's logged the highest overall average speed that week.

3. The Young 'uns award, for the youngest rider in the week's Top 5 leaderboard, as sorted by distance.

4. The Session It trophy will go to a person in the Top 5 leaderboard who's put in the most number of sessions that week.

5. The Mountain Goat award - a brand new category - this award will go to a person in the Top 5 leaderboard who has logged the most climbing.

 Long Timer Leaderboard

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Winner of this weeks Long Timer award goes to: john

Speed Demon Leaderboard

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Winner of this week's Speed Demon award goes to: ck85

Young 'uns Leaderboard

To see the full leaderboard click here.

Winner of this week's Young 'uns award: Chris Bass

Session It Leaderboard

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Winner of this week's Session it award: ReneeB

Mountain Goat Leaderboard

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Winner of this week's Mountain Goat award: 1tal

Every week we will pick one winner from the mini-challenges to win a spot prize. This week the spot prize goes to ReneeB who won the Session it mini-challenge. ReneeB has won 'How I won the yellow jumper' by Ned Boulting.

If you want to get involved with the Tenth of the Tour Challenge join BikeRadar Training and head over to the Challenges page to find out more!

BikeRadar Training is a free online resource for you to record and analyse all aspects of your training, log your training routes, get yourself tailored training plans, see how you're doing on our leaderboards, set goals and plan your season with a comprehensive events guide.

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