Current points after Race 5 St Kilda Handicap...
full results here: https://tinyurl.com/2vvp79bc
The Northern Combine supports equal opportunities for women to participate and race in events. This is achieved through the efforts of the Women's Coordinator and each club's commitment, as well as the Combine committee as a whole. We welcome your thoughts and assistance on how this can be improved. Please contact the women's coordinators Alison and Corinn email@example.com
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Women's Series 2022 - bigger and better than before!
Thanks to our sponsor MAAP
We want to encourage more women to race the Combine, and as an incentive we are running a simple points-based award series, rewarding both results and participation. For the first time the series encompasses ALL grades and ALL races on the calendar. The riders with the top 3 accumulated points at the end of the season will win prizes (actual prizes tbc).
Here is how it works:
start a race = 1 point, plus...
Top 3 placing for all scratch races (1st = 5 points, 2nd = 4 pts, 3rd = 3 pts)
Top 3 placings for each category in the ITT (1st = 5 points, 2nd = 4 pts, 3rd = 3 pts)
Top 8 female placings in handicaps (1st = 5 pts, 2nd = 4 pts, 3rd to 8th = 3 pts)
Top 3 on aggregate points at end of last race = series winners.
Extra prizes for riders who compete in all races.
Presentations to be made at the end of the final race of the year (Sep Hawthorn Race, Sth Gisborne)
Stay tuned for updates on this website and the SheRace Facebook page.
Our 2021 Women's Series was unfortunately cut short by Covid, and prizes were not awarded. Congratulations to all who managed to race. Here are the standings when it all turned to custard...
2019 women's series
Supported by Melbourne Bicycles, Cycle Collective and Pedla
Congratulations to series winners:
1st Fran Pidgeon 28 points
2nd Sharni Morley 26 points
3rd Ruby Roseman-Gannon 23 points
See 2019 results 'women's series' tab for a full list of results.