Boylan , Burns & Stewart Named On Commonwealth Games Squad

TEAM ANNOUNCEMENT: Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, Australia  3rd January 2018 A strong team of Irish cyclists  has been announced for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in Brisbane, Australia. The team was announced today by the Northern Ireland Commonwealth Games Council, and will compete across both road and track disciplines in the Games which take place from the 4th – 15th April 2018. Managed by Anthony Mitchell and Gary McKeegan […]

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Munster Girls Mentoring Program 2018

The Women’s Commissions Pauline Russell announced exciting new changes to U16 Girls racing  in Munster on Saturday (16th December)   Pauline hosted the prize giving of the O’Sullivan Cycles 2017 Munster League and took the opportunity to announce exciting changes to the popular ‘Women’s Commission’ event for 2018 . Pauline launched the Munster U16 Girls Mentoring Program . A number of  elite Irish women have already added their name to helping […]

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‘O’Sullivan Cycles Munster League 2017’ Prize Giving

The prize giving of the O’Sullivan Cycles Munster League was held in Killarney on Saturday (16th December) and Pauline Russell took the opportunity to announce exciting changes to the popular ‘Women’s Commission’ event for 2018 . A number of  riders gathered at O’Sullivan Cycles high Street Killarney for the presentation of prizes by David O’Sullivan for The Munster women’s 2017 league. 1st place was Emma Walsh , Waterford CC. 2nd […]

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Train & Race At The Manchester Velodrome

The Manchester Velodrome (National Cycling Centre) was Britain’s first indoor Olympic cycling track, and since it opened in 1994, has achieved the status as the World’s finest and fastest track. The Women’s Commission will be travelling in January (7th / 8th) for three sessions of private Track hire , culminating in a race night in the ACT Track League (Run by the legendary Neil Orrell). The Women’s Commission will cover […]

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Record Numbers Head to Alkmaar for Girls Training Camp

  Report: Alkmaar 2017 Girls Track Camp  Fri 10th – 12 November 2017 Biggest ever group travels to the Netherlands Cycling Ireland’s Youth Development Programme continues apace following last weekend’s successful trip to the Alkmaar Velodrome in the Netherlands. A record 24 riders representing all four provinces attended the camp which focused on track activities at Alkmaar and which also contained a variety of other activities which have become the […]

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Cycling Ireland Awards Night 2017

26th November 2017 The cream of Irish cycling flocked to Santry last night for one of the biggest events on the Cycling Ireland calendar – the Cycling Ireland Awards Night. The annual event is a true celebration of the Irish cycling community, with awards being presented for cycling achievements across the spectrum of the sport. In 2017 Irish cyclists won over 20 medals at World and European level, with most […]

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Dunlevy is crowned champion at Sussex Sports Awards

Katie-Georg Dunlevy was absolutely delighted to win the Disabled Sports Personality of the year in Sussex on Saturday Night  –  Then as the final awards were announced she was completely overwhelmed to discover that she had also won the Sports Personality of the year. Paralympic cyclist and gold-medallist, Katie-George Dunlevy, has won both the University of Brighton Disabled Sports Personality of the Year award and the Freedom Leisure Sports Personality of the Year award at the […]

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Beginner Mountain Bike Skills Session – Saturday 2nd December

Starting off mountain biking and like to learn some basic skills? Cycling Ireland Women’s Commission is hosting a skills session in Ticknock Mountain Bike Forest, Co Dublin on Saturday the 2nd of December for beginner female mountain bikers. Learn: How to set up your mountain bike Braking and gearing Cornering Moving about on the bike Basic skills including trackstands and wheel lift. What do I need? A working mountain bike […]

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New Women’s Cycling Website : Have Your Say.

The New Website for the Women’s Commission Of Cycling Ireland will be going Live soon , including a new layout with quicker access to , & a better focus on all disciplines of our sport . We will also have a new Calendar with upcoming Training Days / Races / Women’s Sportives , and ‘Advice & Information’ for all new riders . Let us know what you would like us […]

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Cyclocross Training Day for All Levels – Saturday 18th November

Interested in trying Cyclocross? Already racing but looking to improve your skills? The Women’s Commission are organizing a training day to encourage more women to get involved in cyclocross, and improve their skills. Irish National Cyclocross Champion Beth McCluskey and cyclocross coach Andy Layte will be on hand on Saturday the 18th of November 2017 at the National Sports Campus to teach you skills and tips to improve your cyclocross […]

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Boylan & Stewart In World Cup Action

4th November 2017 Ireland finished the second day of race at the UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Pruszkow, Poland with  Lydia Boylan fifteenth in the Omnium, on a mixed day of action for the Dublin racer. In the Sprint, Robyn Stewart was 28th with a time of 11.480sec. Her time was fast enough to gain qualification for the 1/16th final, where she was beaten by Pauline Sophie Grabosch (GER), […]

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Gurley Pleased With Form After Injury Scare

Lydia Gurley finished 14th in her Points Race today and 20th in the Scratch Race this evening. It was a busy night for recent European silver medallist, Lydia Gurley, with the finals of the Women’s Points Race and Scratch Race separated by just 40 minutes. Gurley was pleased to be racing this week, following an injury at the London Six Day last week. Speaking to Cycling Ireland after her race […]

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