Rás Tailteann is promoted under     Cycling Ireland     and     UCI     rules  
Home 
 
 Route Details
 
 Press Releases
 
 Results
 
 Picture Gallery
 
 Race Manual 2020
 
 Race Manual 2019
 
 Race Manual 2018
 
 Race Manual 2017
 
 Race Admin
 
 Rás Over The Years
 2010's
 2000's
 1990's
 1980's
 1970's
 1960's
 1950's
 
 Rás Stories
 
 Kreiz Breizh Élites


Visits:


Sponsored by:

 

President Cycles
Rás Archives

 

 

1962 Shay O'Hanlon Wins The Rás Tailteann
By Eddie Dawson
Mar 15, 2007, 07:33


 

                                                Rás Tailteann 

                                      5th.-12th. August 1962

                                                       Route

 

Stage 1: Dublin To Longford 76 Miles.

Dublin, Lucan, Leixlip, Maynooth, Kilcock, Enfield, Mullingar, Edgeworthstown, Longford.

 

Stage 2: Longford To Donegal  122 Miles.

Longford, Lanesboro, Roscommon, Boyle, Carrick-On-Shannon, Dumshanbo, Manor-Hamilton, Bundoran, Ballyshannon,

Donegal.

 

Stage 3: Donegal To Castlebar 110 Miles.

Donegal, Ballyshannon, Bundoran, Sligo, Ballysodare, Dromore-West, Ballina, foxford, Castlebar.

 

Stage 4: Castlebar to Athenry 112 Miles.

Castlebar, Westport, Leenane, Letterfrack, Clifden, Recess, Maam-Cross, Oughterard, Galway, Oranmore, Athenry.

 

Stage 5: Athenry To Tralee 130 Miles.

Athenre, Oranmore, Gort, Ennis, Limerick, Rathkeale, Newcastle-West, Abbeyfeale, Castleisland, Tralee.

 

Stage 6A: Tralee To Killarney Time Trial 20 Miles.

 

Stage 6B: Killlarney To Fermoy 60 Miles.

Killarney, Rathmore, Mallow, Fermoy.

 

Stage 7: Fermoy To Gorey 137 Miles.

Fermoy, Mitchelstown, Cahir, Clonmel, Carrick-On-Suir, Waterford, New Ross, Wexford, Castlebridge, Ballycanew Cross Roads, Gorey.

 

Stage 8: Gorey To Dublin 71 Miles.

Gorey, Arklow, Rathdrum, Laragh, Wicklow Gap, Blessington, Brittas, Dublin (Phoneix Park).

 

Race Director:       Joe Christle

 

 Stage Winners:


Jim Killean President Of The National Cycling Association Of Ireland Shay O'Hanlon Winner Of The 1962 Event And Race Organiser Joe Christle

 

Shay O'Hanlon Dublin Winner Of 4 Stages And 1st. Overall

 

Stage 1:  Dublin To Longford 76 Miles.   D. McGrath (Down) 3-13-19

 

Stage 2:  Longford To Donegal 122 Miles.   S. O'Hanlon (Dublin) 5-31-35

 

Stage 3:  Donegal To Castlebar 110 Miles.   S.Cullen (Dublin) 4-44-50

 

Stage 4:  Castlebar To Athenry 112 Miles.   D. Ahern (Kerry) 5-02-00

 

Stage 5:  Athenry to Tralee 130 Miles.   S.Cullen (Dublin)   5-57-00

 

Stage 6A:  Tralee To Killarney 20miles T.T.   S. O'Hanlon (Dublin) 44-54

 

Stage 6B:  Killarney To Fermoy 60 Miles.   S. O'Hanlon (Dublin) 2-21-00

 

Stage 7:  Fermoy To Gorey  137 Miles.   B. Naylor (Dublin) 5-27-05

 

Stage 8:  Gorey To Dublin  71 Miles.   S. O'Hanlon (Dublin) 3-05-00

 

 

Dan Aherne Winner Of Stage 4

 

General Classification

  

1.

2.      

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

S. O’Hanlon, Dublin,  

S. Cullen, Dublin      

P. Neary, Louth 

J. Kennedy, Dublin 

P. Wall, Tipperary   

L. Baxter, Kildare    

T. Finn, Dublin

D. McGrath, Dublin

B. McKenna, Meath

S. Walsh, Tipperary

36- 06-56

      19-04

      20-16

      20-33

      22-34

      22-58

      26-31

      28-16

      29-11

      29-34

 

J Goddard Exiles At The Start Of The Time Trial In Tralee


Team Winners Dublin
S. O'Hanlon, S. Cullen, J. Kennedy, D. McGrath, T. Finn

 

 

Dermot Dignam

           

         List Of Competitors For The 1962 Rás Tailteann

 

        Dublin

1.       T. Finn                                                    

2.       S. O’Hanlon

3.       B. Naylor

4.       J. Kennedy

5.       D. Dignam

6.       D. McGrath

7.        S. Cullen

8.        J. Ludden

9.       M. Christle

10.    B.  Magennis

 

      Meath 

11.    B. McKenna

12.    T. Reilly

13.    A.  Nulty

14.    M. Collins

15.    A. Davis

16.    S. McCann

17.    M. Hackett

 

      Wexford

18.    J.  Whitty

19.    F. O’Rourke

20.    J. Roche

21.    T. Cullimore

22.    P. Somers

23.    L. Doran

24.    P. Firman

25.    R. McCann

26.    M. O’Sullivan

27.    E. Crosbie

 

      Antrim

28.    G McKenna

29.     J. McLoughlin

30.     F. Davey

31.    W. Campbell

32.    J.  McParland

33.    S. Mann

34.    T.  Bourke

35.    M. Mooney

36.    S. Dougherty

 

      Limerick

37.    J. Hedderman

38.    D. McDonagh

39.    P.Stapleton

 

      Derry

40.    S. McCarron

41.    C. Crosssan

42.    T. Burns

43.    M. McCarron

44.    B. Devine

45.    P. McCallion

 

      Down

46.    D.  Monaghan

47.    S. O’Hare

48.    M. McNamara

49.    D. McGrath

50.    B. Monaghan

 

      Kerry

51.    G. Mangan

52.    D. Ahern

53.    J. Drumm

54.    J. Brosnan

55.    E. Sheehan

56.    L. Moriarty

 

      Tipperary

57.    P. Wall

58.    T. Kiely

59.    J. Phelan

60.    S. Walsh

61.    J. Curry

62.    A. Kiely

63.    W. Burke

 

      Cork

64.    M. Twomey

65.    P. Reidy

66.    K. O’Brien

67.    J. O’Mahony

68.    R. Shaw

 

      Sligo

69.    M. Mooney

70.    S. Higgins

71.    K. Smith

72.    D. Cahill

73.    T. Mooney

74.    N. Burke

 

      Kildare

75.    M. Logan

76.    L. Baxter

77.    J. Halligan

78.    E. Ryan

79.    T. Foley

80.    C. Carr

81.    P. Flanagan

82.    E. Flanagan

 

      Louth

83.    P. Neary

84.    J. Caulfield

 

      Exiles

85.    D. Kenny

86.    T. Beamish

87.    J. Goddard

88.    F. Ryan

89.    P. Ransom

90.    D. Sheehan

91.    G. Lanigan

92.    S. Purcell

 

J. Brosnan Kerry



The Exiles Team For the 1962 Rás Tailteann John O'Reilly (Manager) Tom Beamish, Finbar Ryan Dennis Sheehan, Pat Ransome & Gerry Lanigan


John Goddard Exiles Team arriving at the finish in Tralee 1962

D. Kenny Exiles Team

Dermot Mc Grath, Down

Paddy Flanagan being congratulated by Tom Barry

Brian Monaghan & Dermot McGrath Down Ras Team
 

Meath Team Anthony Nulty, Alex Davis, Sean McCann, Mick Collins, Tom Reilly, Mick Hackett and Ben McKenna

Kildare Team 1962 Ras Tailteann

Some Pages from the 1962 programme

The Race Officials 1962

 



1960's
Latest Headlines
1969 Brian Connaughton Meath Wins Rás Tailteann
1968 Milan Hrezdira Czechoslovakia Wins Your Better Off Saving Rás Tailteann
1967 Shay O'Hanlon Wins His Fourth Rás Tailteann
1966 Shay O'Hanlon Wins His Third Ras Tailteann
1965 Shay O'Hanlon Wins His Second Rás Tailteann
1964 Paddy Flanagan, Kildare Wins His Second Rás Tailteann
1963 Zbigniew Glowaty, Poland Beats Dan Ahern Of Kerry Into Second Place In Rás Tailteann
1962 Shay O'Hanlon Wins The Rás Tailteann
1961 Tom Finn’s Rás Tailteann Win
1960 Paddy Flanagan, Kildare Wins Rás Tailteann

 

Last Updated: Feb 24th, 2021 - 10:46:18

Website maintained by:
Dragonfly Web Media