National Cycling Elite champion- Cammie Adams won the REME Cycling Championships held in Lyneham, Wilsthire in England, last Thursday, June 30.
Opened to all cyclists in the corps of the British Army, Adams after placing third in the prologue race (Time Trial) had to make amends in the circuit race, in order to trump the title.
Outlining his route to the title, Adams explained, “I finished third in the Prologue event and was skeptical if I could have really bring it back in the race and come back to win.”
Adams, though, revealed that he knew he needed help from others in order to get the first place.
“I needed someone to break up the first and second places in the Time Trial… With the help of another cyclist, I managed to create a break away forty minutes into the race , he came with me and we kept it that way until the end of the race,” Adams recalled.
Adams said it was a delight winning last Thursday’s race and it comes on the heels of his success here in St Vincent and the Grenadines in June.
“After winning the St Vincent and the Grenadines Cycling Union National Championships, I am happy to achieve another title which is a testimony of my hard work and I am looking forward to more success,” Adams shared.