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National Teams Last Updated: 6 Apr 2018 - 1:04:00 PM

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HEAD OF COACHING MARREY LEAVES CI
23 Sep 2005  Cycling Ireland Head of Coaching Padraig Marrey is the latest person to stand down from working with the federation, continuing what has been a steady drain of talent from the governing body over the past couple of years...  More >>

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MORIARTY EIGHTH IN TOUR OF BRITAIN WARMUP
30 Aug 2005  National criterium champion Eugene Moriarty showed good form in advance of the Tour of Britain start in Scotland today when he finished a fine eighth in the Glasgow Grand Prix yesterday evening...  More >>

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ROCK ONLY FINISHER IN JUNIOR WORLDS ROAD RACE
15 Aug 2005  There was disappointment for the Ireland riders in todays junior world championship in Vienna, Austria. Sean Rock was the only finisher...  More >>

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ENCOURAGING SIGNS AT EUROPEAN JUNIOR TRACK CHAMPS
27 Jul 2005  Irish riders competing in the European Junior Track Championships in Italy last weekend had mixed fortunes, with some good performances interspersed with bad luck...  More >>

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SEAN KELLY CYCLING ACADEMY LAUNCHED IN BELGIUM
6 Apr 2005 
Irish cycling took a big step forward today with the launch of the Sean Kelly Academy in Belgium...  More >>


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ALL SYSTEMS GO : TOUR DE LANGKAWI PREVIEW
26 Jan 2005 
The biggest ever edition of the Telekom Malaysia Tour de Langkawi will get underway this Friday in Malaysia, featuring an impressive lineup of squads including four ProTour teams....  More >>


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CAMPBELL STEPS DOWN
5 Jan 2005  Frank Campbells tenure as a Cycling Ireland national team manager has come to an end with the news that he has advised CI of his decision to cease acting in this role...  More >>

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DEIGNAN AND ROCHE INTERVIEWED
11 Nov 2004 
A brief extract from the six-page interview in the current issue of Procycling magazine  More >>


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DEIGNAN 18th IN TOUR OF BRITAIN, POWER 6th ON FINAL STAGE
5 Sep 2004  Philip Deignan showed his huge potential when he finished a fine eighteenth overall in the Tour of Britain today, clearly the best amateur rider in the race despite being just twenty years of age...  More >>

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DEIGNAN 19TH ON DAY FOUR OF TOUR OF BRITAIN, NOW 17TH OVERALL
4 Sep 2004  Philip Deignan provided further evidence of his climbing ability today when he placed 19th on the penultimate stage of the Tour of Britain, moving to 17th overall...  More >>

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FRUSTRATION FOR STRONG DEIGNAN, TOP FIFTEEN FOR POWER AND CASSIDY
3 Sep 2004  Promising young Irish rider Philip Deignan had another good showing on todays third stage of the world-ranked Tour of Britain, becoming race leader on the road when he gained thirteen minutes on the main field with two breakaway companions.  More >>

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TOUR OF BRITAIN; ZANINI ON TOP AFTER STAGE ONE
2 Sep 2004  Quick.Step Davitamon rider Stefano Zanini triumphed on todays opening stage of the Tour of Britain, racing in ahead of Kevin Van Impe (Lotto-Domo)....  More >>

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SEVEN IRISH LINE OUT IN TOUR OF BRITAIN
1 Sep 2004  Seven Irish riders will today line out in the 2004 Tour of Britain, which begins in Manchester and runs until Sunday.  More >>

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NATIONAL TEAM ANNOUNCED FOR TQ PAPERS 2 DAY
18 Aug 2004  A six woman Irish team mixing experience and youth will line out in the TQ Papers 2 day this September, with possible participation in the world championships in Verona to follow...  More >>

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ROCHE 31ST IN EUROPEAN TT CHAMPS
7 Aug 2004  Riding the event as a warm-up before tomorrows road race championships, Nicolas Roche finished a distant 31st in the 30.5 kilometre European time trial championships in Otep, Estonia, yesterday...  More >>

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GRANT THORNTON SPONSORSHIP OF TEAM IRELAND
5 Aug 2004 
Gearoid Costelloe, Ciaran Power and Robin Seymour
Cycling Ireland has received a significant boost with the news that national squads will be backed by Grant Thornton until the end of the season...  More >>


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OLYMPIC PLACES FOR SCANLON AND POWER
27 Jun 2004 
Selectors Choice: Olympic Selection not official until Wednesday - Graphic by P Purfield
While no official announcement will be made by Cycling Ireland until Wednesday, Ag2R Prevoyance rider Mark Scanlon and Navigators professional Ciarn Power were today notified that they are the Irish Olympic selection committees choice for the 2004 Games...  More >>


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IRISH SHINE IN UNDER 23 LIEGE BASTOGNE LIEGE CLASSIC
3 May 2004  Young Irish riders Philip Deignan and Nicolas Roche showed their potential when they finished well to the fore at the end of the under 23 Lige-Bastogne-Lige in Belgium yesterday...  More >>

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OLOUGHLIN RIDES WELL BUT LITTLE JOY FOR IRISH IN BELGIUM
19 Apr 2004  Hibernian Team Ireland rider David OLoughlin rode strongly throughout yesterdays 1.5 ranked Zellik Galmaarden event in Belgium before being forced to stop due to hypothermia...  More >>

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NATIONAL TEAM IRELAND SELECTIONS UNVEILED
15 Apr 2004  Olympic team manager Martin OLoughlin today announced details of the national teams which will line out in international events over the next two months. The first event is the Zellik Galmaarden in Belgium this Sunday...  More >>

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