Great ride for Brits on final day at Dalby

May 23

Jaroslav Kulhavy won by a staggeringly impressive 50 seconds from Olympic champion Julien Absalon. The man from the Czech Republic blew the rest of the field away as early as the first lap and stayed ahead for the remaining five laps to claim his first ever UCI World Cup win.

Briton Oli Beckingsale (Endura) enjoyed a return to his best form in the race and starting in 40th place on the grid, finished an impressive 23rd. Liam Killeen came finished in 30th place.

Earlier in the day, Britain’s Annie Last produced her best ever display in a World Cup race with an extraordinary ride to finish 14th in a thrilling Elite Women’s race. The race was won by one of the favourites on the day, France’s Julie Bresset. In the Women’s U23 race, Lily Matthews who continues to recover from a shoulder injury, finished 15th in the Women’s U23 race.

For a full and detailed report as well as some stunning imagery from another day of blockbuster action at Dalby, click here. And look back on another weekend that will live long in the memory, by reliving all the action here