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An Post Rás Stage 3 Pictures Charleville To Dingle
James Gullen, Pedal Heaven Britain Wins Stage Three Of The An Post Rás Into Dingle

Clemens Fankhauser, Tirol Cycling Team Austria, Takes Over The Yellow Jersey On Stage 3 From Charleville To Dingle

Results Stage 3 Charleville To Dingle
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An Post Rás Stage 2 Pictures Mullingar To Charleville
Eoin Morton Dublin UCD Fitz Cycles Wins Stage 2 From Mullingar To Charleville

Results Stage 2 Mullingar To Charleville
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An Post Rás Stage 1 Pictures Dublin To Multyfarnham
Taco Van Der Hoorn, Netherlands Join-S De Rijke Winning Stage 1 Of The An Post Rás Into Multyfarnham

Taco Van Der Hoorn, Netherlands Join-S De Rijke First Yellow Jersey 2016 An Post Rás

Results Stage 1 Dublin To Multyfarnham
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Official Start List Of Competitors An Post Rás 2016

Ambitious An Post Chain Reaction Team Completes Glittering Rás Line-up
Damien Shaw, An Post Chain Reaction
Jack Wilson, An Post Chain Reaction
The An Post Chain Reaction team which will chase success in this year’s An Post Rás has been revealed, with general manager Kurt Bogaerts confirming that two Irishmen, two Belgians and a Kiwi will represent the team’s hopes in the race.

National champion Damien Shaw and Jack Wilson are the home riders, while the Belgians Nicolas Vereecken and Emiel Wastyn and New Zealand’s Aaron Gate complete the squad.

The team has a strong history in the race, with multiple stage wins and overall victory in 2008 and 2011. They were one of the most dominant in last year’s edition and Bogaerts anticipates another strong showing, although his selection was complicated in recent weeks due to injuries.

Phoenix 2016 Rás Team The Riders Can't Wait To Get Started
Cormac McCann Team Manager
The worst week of a big stage race is the week before it starts.

Our riders are keen and excited to get to the start line of the An Post Rás in Dublin Castle this Sunday.

For each of them the 8 day race will give them every chance to prove their courage, fitness and tenacity as they pit themselves against an International field of professionals and the best amateur riders in Ireland. More>>>

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