Selection Criteria For ‘Women’s Tour Of Omagh’ 2019

Women’s Commission Development Team : Tour of Omagh. The Tour Of Omagh Selection Criteria defines the process by which a rider is selected for the cycling discipline following successful qualification. Only athletes who meet the requirements of the Women’s Cycling Ireland Eligibility Criteria as outlined will be considered. The purpose of the selection criteria as outlined in this document is to select riders best capable of performances for the Cycling […]

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2019 Committee

Chairperson – Roisín Kennedy Secretary – Brendan Whelan (womensracingsec@gmail.com) Treasurer – Melanie Spath Off-Road Rep – Silvia Gallagher Youth Rep – Liz Roche Junior Rep – Dave Tilly Munster Rep – Pauline Russell Ulster Rep – Shaun McBride Corkagh Park – John Hammond

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Women’s Commission Bursary 2019

Applications by Email: womensracingsec@gmail.com ======================================== The Women’s Commission Bursary will help financially towards Travel & Race Entries to overseas Race events. Riders must have an IRL code on their 2019 Cycling Ireland licence. The fund will be open for applications from U14, U16, Junior and Elite Only. Only events outside of the Island of Ireland will be considered. Applicants that have applied for (or received) a Bursary from any other […]

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AGM 2018 Off-Road Report

Commission Rep: Silvia Gallagher “I am the Offroad representative for the Women’s Commission and have been involved in the promotion of different Offroad initiatives for Women since October last year.   I want to give a summary of the types of activities that the Women’s Commission has been involved in from an Offroad perspective. This includes Cross Country Mountain Biking, Downhill Mountain Biking, Enduro Mountain Biking, Cyclo-cross and general non-specific […]

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AGM 2018 Chairpersons Report

A very successful year for the Women’s Commission Women’s Rider Ranking System Women’s Intermediate League Women’s Racing Bursary Women’s Commission Team in Tour of Omagh In parallel, we put a significant focus on Off-Road cycling, and continued to run the Corkagh Park Racing Series and our popular Training Days. I would like to thank the outgoing committee for all their support and work over the past year, and to wish […]

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AGM 2018 Munster Rep Report

In Munster this year we  had two new Women’s races , one in March hosted by Newcastle west CC and the other in Cloughjordan in July hosted by North Tipperary Wheelers . Both were very successful and the North Tipperary event included a Women’s Commission Intermediate league race  (Newcastle-west have applied to have their race in the Intermediate league 2019). The Dungarvan CC women’s  race clashed this year with the […]

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Selection Criteria For Manchester Omnium 2019

The Manchester Omnium Selection Criteria defines the process by which a rider is selected for the cycling discipline following successful qualification. Only athletes who meet the requirements of the Women’s Cycling Ireland Eligibility Criteria as outlined will be considered. The purpose of the selection criteria as outlined in this document is to select riders best capable of performances for the Cycling Ireland Women’s Commission. Decision Making Matrix Selection for the […]

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Memorandum

Women’s Commission Of Cycling Ireland The name of the Comission is ‘The Women’s Commission’ The main object for which the Commission is established is to encourage and develop women’s cycling on the island of Ireland including but not exclusively racing and leisure cycling.   To apply for and accept a budget from the governing body (Cycling Ireland) , and to manage and dispose of (so far as permitted by law) […]

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Women’s Commission Code of Ethics & Good Practice

Code of Ethics & Good Practice For The Women’s Commission of Cycling Ireland   Policy Statement The Women’s Commission is fully committed to safeguarding the well being of its members.  Every individual in the WC should at all times, show respect and understanding for members rights, safety and welfare and conduct themselves in a way that reflects the principles of the Commission. The WC wish to allow members and participants […]

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