An Post Ras 2012 - Stage 7 Highlights

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Highlights from the TV3 coverage of the seventh stage of this years An Post Ras which started in Donegal and travelled 161k to Cootehill in Co. Cavan...

An Post Ras 2012 - Complete Stage 7 Results

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Download the full results and overall GC...

Download attachment(s): [ stage_7_results_002.pdf ]


2012 RAS DAY 6 - Video Interviews

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An Post Ras Video coverage: The Race Leader, Adam Armstrong and David McCann after Stage 6, highlights from the stage and Connor McConvey speaks of chasing An Post Ras success...

An Post Ras 2012 - Stage 6 Highlights

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Highlights from the TV3 coverage of the sixth stage of this years An Post Ras which started in Buncrana and travelled 134k to Killybegs Co. Donegal...

An Post Ras 2012 - Complete Stage 6 Results

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Download the full results and overall GC...

Download attachment(s): [ stage_6_results_002.pdf ]


2012 RAS DAY 5 - Video Interviews

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An Post Ras Race leader Nicolas Baldo interviewed after stage 5, Adam Armstrong, 10th on stage, Race Videos - of the start in Bundoran, 50km into stage and final part of stage to Buncrana...

An Post Ras 2012 - Stage 5 Highlights

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Highlights from the TV3 coverage of the fifth stage of this years An Post Ras which started in Bundoran and travelled 149k north east to Buncrana Co. Donegal...

An Post Ras 2012 - Complete Stage 5 Results

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Download the full results and overall GC...

Download attachment(s): [ stage_5_results_003.pdf ]


2012 RAS DAY 4 - Video Interviews

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An Post Ras KOM leader Sondre Hurum speaks after two days of breakaways, plus a Very frank post-stage reaction from the Donegal rider Ronan McLaughlin, who broke clear 70 kilometres from the line and was caught 100 metres to go...

Video: Ronan McLaughlin interview after near miss at An Post Ras

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Very frank post-stage reaction from the Donegal rider, who broke clear 70 kilometres from the line and was caught 100 metres to go