British National 10-mile Time Trial photo gallery by Andy Jones

Team Sky’s Bradley Wiggins overcame the difficult conditions to take the National 10 title in North Yorkshire this afternoon.

Wiggins clocked a time of 19-14 on the T102 course along the A19, beating defending champion Michael Hutchinson (InGear-Quickvit Trainsharp) by 41 seconds.

Early pace setter Joe Perrett (Twenty3c-Orbea) took third thanks to an impressive 20-16, with Rudy Project Series leader Matt Bottrill narrowly off the podium, finishing in 20-39.

Only seven times across all four categories were sub-21 minutes, as a headwind affected riders as they headed south along the dual carriageway in the first half of the race.

Chris Newton set the course record of 18-59 here in 2006 and, while Wiggins – the current BTTC champion – averaged 476w on the way to victory, he fell short of Newton’s benchmark.

Julia Shaw ( was the only defending champion from 2010 to retain her title, but only did so by the narrowest of margins.

She beat Laura Trott (100% ME) by a slender four seconds, with Trott’s team-mate Hannah Mayho completing the podium.

Sarah Storey, last year’s runner-up, could only manage fourth.

Planet X’s Ryan Mullen averaged nearly 28mph on the way to the junior title, beating Alexander Royle ( and Oliver Rossi (PCA Ciclos Uno).

Motorpoint took a one-two in the Junior Women’s race, as Hannah Barnes edged out Lucy Garner. Third place went to thirteen year-old Abby-Mae Parkinson (Aire Valley RT)

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British National 10 Chammpionship – T102 Course, Crathrone, North Yorkshire

1. Bradley Wiggins (Team Sky) 19-14

2. Michael Hutchinson (In-Gear Quickvit Trainsharp) 19-55

3. Joseph Perrett (Twenty3c-Orbea) 20-26

4. Matt Bottrill ( 20-39

5. Andrew Griffiths (Twenty3c-Orbea) 20-56

5. Stuart Dodd ( 20-56

7. Richard Simmonds (The Altitude Centre) 20-59

8. Stephen Whitewick (UTAG 21-13

9. Tavis H Walker (Adeo Cadence) 21-16

10. Rob Pears (Bath CC) 21-21

Women’s results

1. Julia Shaw ( 22-53

2. Laura Trott (100% ME) 22-57

3. Hannah Mayho (100% ME) 23-28

4. Sarah Storey (Horzion Fitness) 23-32

5. Michelle King (Team Jewson-MI Racing) 23-34

6. Dani King (Horzion Fitness) 23-57

7. Mathilde Matthijsse (Ferryhill Wheelers Mountain High) 24-08

8. Jo Rowsell (Horzion Fitness) 24-21

9. Rebecca Slack (The Altitude Centre) 24-22

10. Rachel Turner (The Altitude Centre) 24-46

10. Rachael Elliott (Newbury RC) 24-26

Junior Men’s

1. Ryan Mullen (Planet X) 21-33

Junior Women’s

1. Hannah Barnes (Motorpoint Cycling Team) 24-41

Michael Hutchinson, second, men, National 10-mile time trial 2011

Men’s runner-up, Michael Hutchinson

Bradley Wiggins, winner, National 10-mile time trial 2011

Men’s winner, Bradley Wiggins

Michael Hutchinson, second men, National 10-mile time trial 2011

Michael Hutchinson

Bradley Wiggins, first men, National 10-mile time trial 2011

Bradley Wiggins

Julian Shaw, women

Julia Shaw, women’s champion

Hannah Barnes, first, junior women, National 10-mile time trial 2011

Hannah Barnes, junior women’s winner

Ryan Mullen, first, junior men, National 10-mile time trial 2011

Ryan Mullen, junior men’s winner

Related links

National 10 2011 photo gallery

Hutch versus Wiggins: The National 10 showdown

Bradley Wiggins: Rider Profile

Michael Hutchinson: Rider profile

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  • gavin

    What are you talking about? He won. You don’t get material of a more impressive substance than that? Think about what you have said….

  • dean coley

    every one who took part deserves credit, you dont get get anything unless you put the work in, well done

  • Jason H

    4th place in the Tour de France isn’t too shabby for “an overblown uk scene rider”…

  • Doug

    What? “overblown uk scene rider”. Where did that come from? Isn’t fourth in the Tour good enough then?

  • dave

    Personally wiggins is an overblown uk scene rider, and does well to beat Hutch….but compared to the big boys he is all hair style and no substance

  • sheldon Howcroft

    Great ride by Wiggins, it was very windy. If he rides the National Road Champs I think he will win that too.
    Wiggins is a rider we need to appriciate because riders of his class don’t come around too often.