National 10-Mile Champion Michael
Fourth in the 10-mile title race, Ben Instone (Scientific Coaching) stepped up to the podium with 52min 5sec to take third place.
Laws looks set to ride the road race at the Olympics this summer, but if her performance at Sawtry is any indication she could be a useful addition to the Olympic time trial field as well. Laws led Halfords Bikehut to the team prize with sixth-placed Emma Trott and Jessica Allen, 13th, completing their line-up.
And in the junior event, Richard Handley (Max Gear RT) won with 56min 39sec, the
Elsewhere, reigning British Best All-Rounder Kevin Dawson (Sportscover-JE James) boosted his defence of the BAR title with victory in the Cleveland Wheelers 50-mile event at Crathorne in
Also scoring an impressive victory was
Clocking 1hr 53min 43sec, Neil Skellern (Congleton CC) had to settle for second spot, while Alf Hilton (Warrington Road Club) was third.
On a dry and warm day across most of the country, there were several quick 10-mile times recorded.
Pedalsport CC rider Blair Buss clocked 19min 19sec in the Yorkshire Cycling Federation event in
And on a weekend with eight 50-mile events across the country, former British Best All-Rounder Ian Cammish (Planet X) clocked 1hr 45min 40sec to win the Finsbury Park CC event at Tempsford, Bedfordshire, by 1-48 from Cambridge CC’s Ken Platts.
In the Sussex CA event, Steve Dennis (East Grinstead CC) proved victorious with 1hr 53min 9sec, winning by exactly four minutes from Lewes Wanderers rider Mark Winton.
And north of the border, Jim Cusick led a one-two for Glasgow Couriers in the Fife Cycling Association event at Freuchie, clocking 1hr 52min 58sec to win by 1-20 from team-mate Chris Smart, while Joe Wilson (Sandy Wallace Cycles) completed the podium with 1hr 54min 47sec.