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TIMAfIU TO CHIUSTCHURCJI. The hunrheJ-miL 'i'iniani toChristehuvcii j-.;-*] ,■■■••'. n'o. hj "''■■•." .M>«-:iy years hat, bt-ati the most important cycling event of the Dominion, tow;' place on Saturday. The roads were in splendid oider. but a strong ]ior'-eas,ter. which was encountered for the greater !uti"t of the day, serioiusiy affected the times recorded. The contest was. won by F. A. Sutherland, of I'miani, from the 25min mark, wiols.t the fastest time was again established by P. O'Shea. of C'brist(•hurch. Results :•■- F. A. Sutherland. Tinnmi ; 25min liimdicap ;«KK-i-iai riding lime.'6h lOinin42*ec ". 1 I). M-K--V. /.i.-. 'I'llMTO; 28tuui; 61i Iflmin 52eec ••• 2 I'. J/iJJ, Klthiim ; P.lmin ; 6h 12min 32sec ~ 3 P. O'Shea. Chr.Vrtchim hj ; scratch : 5h 51min 33sec • 4 Fai:t:>t tim?. P. O'Shea.; second fastest tmo\ A. Puiiis ; fastest time for youths. J. M. Smith. MOTOR ItKLIABILITY 'TRIAL. In the "Dtmedin to 'j imam reliability trial of 16 starters, 12 reached their d*stinntion without losing marks. The roads were rou.'h to Waikouuiti. but. were firs;class for" in.--' i-.-st of the journey. '.I lie return journey he-ran this morning. Tie, first of'the- eunmer.toi* is timed to reael Dunedin Railway Station at: 4.56 p.m., an< the rrei at minute intervals. tATIdK^TIAAIPIONSHIP. A Svdnev fable advises that T. Xiacy won the t'lib teem hj annual flff-mile imlividral roar! cycling championship. Time. Hi 54ir,in '\sr,fc.

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ROAD RACING, Issue 15633, 26 October 1914

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ROAD RACING Issue 15633, 26 October 1914

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