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I’m Jamie, a Level 3 ABCC qualified cycling coach, passionate 1st category road cyclist with over 8 years of racing experience and a Durham University graduate with a first class honours Masters degree in Aeronautical Engineering. I have been involved in sport my whole life and cycling competitively since I was a junior racing in the Tour of Wales. I currently ride for ActiveEdge Race Team and rode for WORX Factory Racing in 2018 where I achieved my own wins as well playing a road captain role at the Tour of Sussex to win the overall GC with a teammate. At Durham University I was the vice-president of the cycling club for two years, organising training camps as well as giving coaching advice to several riders. I compete in numerous road races and stage races each season as well as some time trials, hill climbs and cyclocross.

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