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Darryl Impey conquers the streets of Sandton at high speed

03 July 2006 Protactic Strategic Communications

The second event in the Liberty Life Criterium Cycle Series was held on Saturday 1st July at the Nelson Mandela Square and Darryl Impey thrilled the spectators with his high speed win.

Darryl Impey from Team Microsoft rode to victory to claim the R50 000 first prize offered by Liberty Life in this invitation-only event which sped around a 2km street circuit in Sandtons CBD.

The fastest individual time and R 3 000 also went to Darryl Impey in a time of 6.42 minutes. Team Microsoft received R3 000 for the fastest team time of 10.06 in the three lap team trial event.

This is the second time that Liberty Life has held this event at Nelson Mandela Square and judging by the crowds we believe it is a concept that will grow and become an exciting day out for South African families, says Rex Tomlinson, Deputy CE, Liberty Life.

Cycling fans and anyone looking for a day of high speed entertainment will still have the opportunity to be thrilled when the Series takes to the streets of Khayelitsha on September 16th and the Durban Beach Front on December 1st. Watch SuperSport and the press for details.

Prizes and placings
1st R50 000 Darryl Impey, Microsoft
2nd R15 000 Daryn Lill, Schwinn
3rd R10 000 Ryan Cox, Barloworld
4th R5 000 Neil McDonald, Microsoft
5th R3 000 Daniel Spence, Microsoft
6th R2 000 David George, Relax
7th R1 000 Chris Willemse, CVT/CSC
8th R 900 Nic White, Microsoft
9th R 800 Alex Pavlov, HiQ
10th R700 Chris Froome, HiQ


Team Time Trial
1st R5 000 Microsoft 10.06
2nd R3 000 Exel 10.33
3rd R2 000 Colourpress 10.43

Individual Time
1st R 3 000 Darryl Impey, Microsoft 6.42
2nd R2 000 Rupert Rheeder, Exel 6.51
3rd R 1 000 David George, Relax 6.58

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