Mear the star in U21 clash
RYE House star Robert Mear won the World Under-21 qualifying round at Rye House.The 20-year-old from Hatfield beat Australian Darcy Ward in a run-off for first place at his home track in Hoddesdon.
RYE House star Robert Mear won the World Under-21 qualifying round at Rye House.
The 20-year-old from Hatfield beat Australian Darcy Ward in a run-off for first place at his home track in Hoddesdon.
Former British U21 champion and ex-Rye House Rockets favourite Tai Woffinden was third.
The result takes Rocket man Mear through to the semi-finals of the world U21 competition. He will ride next in either Hungary on June 20 or Sweden seven days later.
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1 Robert Mear (Great Britain)
2 Darcy Ward (Australia)
3 Tai Woffinden (Great Britain)