Rás Tailteann 2022
Stage 1. Tallaght To Horse And Jockey 140Km.
Stage 2. Horse And Jockey To Castleisland 154Km.
Stage 3. Newcastlewest To Lisdoonvarna 174Km.
Stage 4. Lisdoonvarna To Kilbeggan154Km.
Stage 5. Kinnegad To Blackrock Co. Louth 135Km
|Gerard Campbell, Race Director|
Stage 5 Kinnegad to Blackrock, Louth - 135.3 kilometres
|Matthew Taggart Cycling Ulster winner of Stage 1 into Horse And Jockey|
Stage 4 Castleisland to Kilbeggan - 154.1 kilometres
|Louis Sutton Brocar Ale Spain Winner stage 2 Horse and Jockey To Castleisland|
Stage 3 Castleisland to Lisdoonvarna - 173.8 kilometres
|Adam Ward Ireland National Team Wins Stage 3 Into lisdoonvarna|
Stage 2 Horse and Jockey to Castleisland - 154.8 kilometres
|Rory Townsent Ireland National Team takes stage four Of Rás Tailteann in Kilbeggan|
Stage 1 Dublin to Horse and Jockey - 140.1 kilometres
|Kevin McCambridge Wins stage 5 into Blackrock Co. Louth|
|Daire Feeley Cork All Human / Velo Revoluation With The George Plamt Mmorial Tropht After His Ras Win|
|2nd, Overall Louis David Sutton Spain Borcar-Ale|
|3rd Overall Adam Ward Ireland National Team|
|Rory Townsend Irish National Team Sprint|
|Dean Harvey Irish National Team Mountains|
|David Louis Sutton Spain Brocar Ale ans winner of the Ben McKenna Trophy for best under 23 rider|
|Daire Feeley also Claimed the blue jerseybest county rider overall|
|Aureliusz Klus, Dublin McNally Swords, winner of the overall 2nd. Category award|
|Kevin McCambridge Britain Trinity Racing. 2nd Overall David Louis Sutton Spain Brocar Ale. Race Winner Daire Feeley Cork All Human / Velo Revoluation 2nd Overall Adam Ward Ireland National Team, Rory Townsend Irish National Team Sprint Winner.Dean Harvey Irish National Team Mountains Winner|
|2nd, Overall Louis David Sutton Spain Borcar-Ale,Race Winner.Daire Feeley Cork all Human/Velo Revolution.3rd Overall Adam Ward Ireland National Team |
|International Winning Team Ireland|
|Daire Feeley and his Team Cork All Human- Velo Revolution|
List Of Competitors 2022