Another National Championship TT podium for Kimberley Morrison

Chief Correspondent

Norfolk-based Kimberley Morrison ( is well known for her triathlon bike splits.

With a significantly interrupted season, she has been making the most of the opportunity to race in more Time Trial events, including all of the National Championship events up to 100-miles. Yesterday was the National 50-mile Time Trial Championship, an event which has seen significant ‘triathlete’ success in recent years.

On what was a wet day for most of the UK, Kimberley collected another RTTC Bronze medal, so that her return for the four ‘distance’ championships in 2020 sits as:

  • 10 miles – 3rd
  • 25 miles – 4th
  • 50 miles – 3rd
  • 100 miles – DNF (Puncture)

In between those events, she finished third at IRONMAN 70.3 Gdynia, and we may well see her race again later this year in Florida, as she is one of the automatic qualifiers for the PTO Championship at Challenge Daytona.

National 50-mile Time Trial Championship – Sunday 4th October 2020
M50 course – Cramlington, Northumberland


1st – Emily Meakin (The Independent Pedaler – Nopinz) – 1:47:46
2nd – Alex Clay (The Independent Pedaler – Nopinz) – 1:52:11
3rd – Kimberley Morrison (DRAG2ZERO) – 1:53:04
4th – Joanna Patterson (Pro Endurance Coaching) – 1:53:10
5th – Lizi Duncombe (Full Gas Racing Team) – 1:55:25
6th – Rebecca Rimmington (Team Merlin) – 1:57:20

9th – Claire Weller (Tri Harder) – 2:05:12


1st – Kyle Gordon (RT 23) – 1:36:13
2nd – Adam Wild (GS Metro) – 1:37:40
3rd – Simon Wilson (Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling) – 1:38:12

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