Peter Turnbull – Scoops another Prize

Peter Turnbull who is the UK national Audax champion notched up another award last month. The interesting point about his most recent trophy is that it was awarded by the local newspaper, The Bucks Herald. It is great to see the Willesden CC and Audax recognised outside the cycling world.

The Herald presented Peter with a trophy and a prize of £50. The picture shows Peter receiving his award from ex-sports council chairman Ray James and sponsor John Newman. The award is organised by Aylesbury Vale South Sports Council and is sponsored by The Bucks Herald. The winner is chosen from articles appearing in the paper. The award was set up 17 years ago to recognise sporting excellence or someone who has made a contribution to sport in the Aylesbury Vale.

The text from the accompany article is as follows –

Peter wins Herald sports accolade
National success for Aylesbury cyclist

AYLESBURY man Peter Turnbull won a top sports award this week after enjoying national success in endurance cycling last year. Peter, 35, became the long distance champion of leading cycling organisation Audax UK in December.

He won the long distance section at a canter with 245 points, almost 100 more than his nearest rival, after clocking up a mammoth 24,500km between November 12005 and October 31. His achievements have now won him the Aylesbury Financial Services Sports Award.

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