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OFF-ROAD EVENTS Last Updated: 8 Aug 2022 - 7:43:43 PM

McGlinchey and May win 2022 Cross-Country National Championships
By Ciara O’Shea, Cycling Ireland
25 Jul 2022,

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Press Release: 25th July 2022



Chris McGlinchey (Spectra Wiggle p/b Vitus) and Caoimhe May (Pinergy Orwell Wheelers) powered to victory at the Cross-Country National Championships at Bellurgan Park, Co. Louth over the weekend hosted by Bellurgan Wheelers.

The rain added to the already challenging course couldn't stop McGlinchey from claiming his third national title this year adding to his Cyclo-Cross and E-Racing. McGlinchey dominated from the start opening up a 30 second advantage on the first lap and maintained his strong form throughout the race to take the win comfortably.

Winner of round three and four of the Cross-Country National Series, David Montgomery (Spellman-Dublin Port) came home in second place with Darnell Moore (Team Caldwell Cycles) rounding off the podium.

Caoimhe May continued her winning streak in cross-country racing to claim her first national title at senior level. Coming off the back of winning the Cross-Country National Series, May secured the win by just over a minute from junior rider Hannah McCorley (RFDA) with Niamh McKiverigan (Scott Bright Motor Group) finishing in third place.

Travis Harkness (VC Glendale) took the win in the Junior Men's category ahead of Curtis Neill (Carn Wheelers) and Jake White (IMBRC). In the Masters categories, Lee Clarke secured the M30 national title while Paul McCarter (Spellman-Dublin Port) and Robin Seymour claimed the M40 and M50 titles.

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