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HotChillee’s LONDON-PARIS Final Results

Results of HotChillee’s LONDON-PARIS 175km 3rd stage from Amiens to Paris.

Amateur Matt Exley (Skoda 2) took the 36ONE leaders jersey for the 11th edition of the event. Last year Matt won the sprinters jersey and his experience of the event paid off this year. The amateur competition was extremely close with top four riders within seconds of each other. In the pro category, Dean Downing of NFTO took the 36ONE leaders jersey. Dean who will be retiring a little later this year was riding his first full London-Paris.

In the ladies GC, Kara Chesworth strengthened her lead over Greta Cowen (Personal Bikefit) to retain the Pink Spinal Charity jersey.

For the UK Youth Red Climbers Jersey Paul Cox (Wattbike) remained best amateur and Greg Mansell of NFTO taking the pro jersey.

The G!RO Café Green Sprinters Jersey sees Jurgen de Witte winning the jersey with best pro being Greg Mansell.

The Debra Purple Jersey (top fundraiser 2013) was worn by Frances Menassa for the duration of the event.

The team competition has been extremely close with ICAP 1 keeping their position at the top of the table over Tsunami Axis 1 and Skoda 2 despite some strong efforts from Bulk Hardware in the final stage.

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Over 400 riders from around the world rode in 6 seeded speed groups to Paris. There were a record number of teams taking part.

Triple Crown champion Stephen Roche completed the event again this year, which is the 6th consecutive time that he has taking part.

The dates for next years event is 25-28 June 2015 with Early Bird entries opening on the 30th June 14:00 BST.

Some very happy tired faces!

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