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An Post Rás Stage 3 Pictures Newport To Bundoran
Msthew Teggart ,An ost Chainreaction Wins Stage Three Into Bundoran

Irishman Teggart Takes Emphatic Stage Three Victory in An Post Rás
Msthew Teggart ,An Post Chainreaction Wins Stage Three Into Bundoran

Ireland’s Matthew Teggart of the An Post Chain Reaction team put in a magnificent ride to take a hard fought victory on stage three of An Post Rás today in to Bundoran, Donegal.

The Banbridge born rider won a bunch sprint to the line narrowly ahead of Ian Bibby (Britain JLT Condor) and Stephane Poulhies (France Armee de Terre) who finished second and third respectively. Dutch rider Dennis Bakker (Delta Cycling Rotterdam) took fourth place, and as a result becomes the new race leader More>>>

Results Stage 3 Newport To Bundoran 149 Kms.
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An Post Rás Stage 2 Pictures Longford To Newport 142,9 Kms.
Jan-Willem Van Schip,Delta Cycling Crossing The Finish Line To Win Stage Two Of The An Post Rás In Newport

Van Schip Soloes To Superb Stage Two Victory In An Post Rás
Jan-Willem Van Schip,Delta Cycling Winner of Stage Two Of The An Post Rás In Newport

Jan-Willem Van Schip (Delta Cycling Rotterdam) soloed to a superb victory on stage two of An Post Rás in to Mayo today, seven seconds ahead of a fiercely chasing bunch. Christopher Latham (Britain Team Wiggins) was first to follow Van Schip across the line with Yannis Yssaad (France Armee de Terre) taking third place ahead of Matteo Cigala (Cork Aqua Blue Sport) in fourth.

The 142 kilometre route for day two of the eight day race was much like the opening stage with flat roads from Longford to Newport set to allow for good racing. No categorised climbs were to feature but three An Post Hot Spot Sprints were once again on offer for the riders in Ballymoe (48km), Williamstown (57km) and Breaghwy (108km). More>>>

Results Stage 2 Longford To Newport 142.9 Kms.
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An Post Rás Stage 1 Pictures Dublin To Longford 146.1kms
Nicolai Nielsen, Denmark Riwal Platform Cycling winner of Stage 1 Dublin to Longford in the 2017 An Post Rás. (Photo by Sean Rowe)

Denmark’s Nielsen Edges Gritty Opening Stage of 2017 An Post Rás
Nicolai Nielsen, Denmark Riwal Platform Cycling winner of Stage 1 Of the 2017 An Posr Rás.

Danish rider Nicolai Nielsen (Denmark Riwal Platform) secured a hard fought opening stage victory on this year’s An Post Rás, narrowly leading a breakaway of three riders over the finish line in Longford town.

Dennis Bakker (Netherlands Delta Cycling Rotterdam) finished on Nielsen’s shoulder in second place, with An Post Chain Reaction’s Polish sprinter Przemyslaw Kasperkiewicz taking third, just ahead of Thomas Rostollon (France Armee de Terre).

For the second consecutive year, the race rolled out from the historic surroundings of Dublin Castle. A total of 193 riders made the start list, making it the largest Rás field since 2005. More>>>

Results Stage 1 Dublin To Longford
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Official Start List Of Competitors An Post Rás 2017

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