GREAT Britain’s most decorated female Paralympian stormed to victory in a fast and exciting race at Goodwood on Sunday.
Dame Sarah Storey and her team were special guests at this year’s Biking Belles Grand Prix.
Organiser Val Harper said: “We had a fabulous day. It was the first time Dame Sarah and her team, Team Storey, had ever visited Goodwood.
“It was a fast and exciting race, with Dame Sarah winning the Lady March Grand Prix race.”
Elizabeth-Jane Harris took second place in the race, with Gabriella Shaw in third.
There were four sportives on the day, which were all well supported.
Val added: “The 12-mile route proved to be very popular. Our aim was to introduce an easier route for those ladies new to sportives and included was a stop for tea and cakes at the Chichester Sports café along the way. The other routes were 70 miles, 50 miles and 35 miles.”
The first Biking Belle over the line in The Eaton Bedhampton Go-Race was Nicky Mengham.
The Cycle Village, with a number of retailers, including the Biking Belles shop, was busy and proved a popular area of the event.
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