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ROAD RACING Last Updated: 21 Jan 2020 - 8:15:01 PM

Cycling Ireland Road & Track Athlete Development Programme
By Scott Graham, Marketing & Communications Manager
10 Jan 2020,

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This programme is focused on developing highly talented road and track cyclists who have the potential to compete at the highest level of our sport, achieving medal success at World and Olympic level.

Being piloted in 2020 the programme will prepare athletes for competition at the senior elite level. Supported riders will be guided in their training and preparations, partake in a series of educational seminars, testing and training workshops.

The programme is managed by Cycling Ireland’s Junior International Coaches with riders receiving additional guidance from relevant sports performance specialists.


Rider Profile

Athletes born in the years 2002/2003
Desire to work towards being an elite cyclist
Male and Female athletes
Road and track cyclists
Previous competition experience is preferable
In good physical health


Additional Requirements

Applicants must have a commitment to continuously improve themselves
Availability to attend regular seminars and training workshops



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