Sally Boyden (cyclist)

Infobox Cyclist
ridername = Sally Boyden


fullname = Sally Boyden
nickname =
dateofbirth = birth date and age|1967|4|7cite web|url=http://www.cyclebase.nl/?pc=normal&page=renner&db=v&yr=2007&dag=354&date=0&id=333&nf=1&nr=0&rt=K&renners_limit=60&lang=en&news=en|title=SALLY BOYDEN|publisher=cyclebase.nl]
country = ENG
GBR
height =
weight =
currentteam =
discipline = Road and track
role = Rider
ridertype =
amateuryears = 1994
1999
2000
2002
amateurteams = Swaledale CC
Velo Club Lannion
Clarkes Contracts
Classic Walls CRT
proyears =
proteams =
majorwins = FlagiconUCI World Masters Champion
Flagicon|GBR British Champion x10
updated = 20 December 2007

Sally Boyden (born 7 April 1967 in the East Riding of Yorkshire) is a British track and road racing cyclist. She was British national points race champion five times in a row and a British champion on road and track 10 times. She competed and was a medalist at the World Masters Championships on several occasions and held the British record for the flying kilometre and standing kilometre time trial on the track. [cite web|url=http://www.elagen.com/sport/articles/cycling-weekly.htm|title=Sally Boyden, East Yorkshire|publisher=cyclingmasters.com] The kilometre record of 1:14.18 was set in 1995 and broken in 2005 by Victoria Pendleton with 1:10.854. [cite web|url=http://www.mildenhallcc.org.uk/news/news_home.html|title=Victoria breaks british women’s 1 km track record|publisher=Mildenhall CC] Boyden was also the European Masters Track Champion in the individual pursuit event for riders aged 35-39, in 2002. [cite web|url=http://www.cyclingmasters.com/champions/2002.html|title=European Masters - 2002 Champions|publisher=cyclingmasters.com]

Palmarès

;1994:3rd British National Road Race Championships

;1997:3rd (Event Unknown) European Track Championships

;1998:3rd British National Road Race Championships:3rd British National Circuit Race Championships:4th 20km Points Race, UCI TRack World Cup [cite web|url=http://www.uci.ch/english/track/world_cup/trackwc98/trackwc_4_98.htm|title=UCI Track World Cup/UCI - Coupe du Monde - Piste - 1998|publisher=UCI]

;1999:1st Flagicon|GBR 25km points race, British National Track Championships:1st Flagicon|GBR British National Circuit Race Championships:2nd 15km scratch, British National Track Championships:3rd 3km pursuit, British National Track Championships

;2000:2nd 15km scratch, British National Track Championships:3rd 25km points, British National Track Championships

;2001:3rd pursuit, World Masters Track Championships (30-34) [cite web|url=http://www.uci.ch/english/masters/worlds_mondiale/2001/track/index.htm|title=Masters: Track Piste: World Championships 2001 Championnats du Monde|publisher=UCI]

;2002:1st flagiconUCI Pursuit, World Masters Track Championships (35-39) [cite web|url=http://www.cyclingnews.com/track/2002/sep02/WMTC02/?id=ipwom|title=World Masters Track Championships - Pursuit|publisher=cyclingnews.com|date=15-21 September 2002] :1st flagicon|EUR Pursuit, European Masters Track Championships (35-39):2nd 25km points, British National Track Championships:3rd British National Circuit Race Championships:3rd sprint, World Masters Track Championship (35-39) [cite web|url=http://www.cyclingnews.com/track/2002/sep02/WMTC02/?id=sprint|title=World Masters Track Championships - Sprint|publisher=cyclingnews.com|date=15-21 September 2002]

References

* [http://www.britishcycling.org.uk/ Race results on britishcycling.org.uk]

Persondata
NAME= Boyden, Sally
ALTERNATIVE NAMES=
SHORT DESCRIPTION=Track cyclist
DATE OF BIRTH= 1967-04-07
PLACE OF BIRTH=East Riding of Yorkshire, United Kingdom
DATE OF DEATH=
PLACE OF DEATH=


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