Jonathan Mitchell’s 10.262 at the latest Revolution meeting in Glasgow has been posted to both the British rankings (he moves from 19th to 16th spot) and the Scottish rankings where he moves up to places to 6th. We’ve also updated the British Amateur Bests given that, as far as Cyclostats records show, Jonathan’s was the fastest ever by a true amateur rider.
The British rankings also reflect Jason Kenny’s sensational ride in Glasgow the 19th fastest ride by a Brit of all-time and the 11th best recorded at sea-level on a 250m track. Overall Jason has 6 of the 21 British sub-10 efforts. Chris Hoy leads the way with 7, Matt Crampton and Lewis Oliva 2 each (all altitude assisted), and Craig MacLean, Callum Skinner, Phil Hindes and Ed Clancy, 1 each. Only Hoy and Kenny have been sub-10 away from Moscow or altitude with Skinner next closest at 10.004 at Revolution last February.