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MeiJjers Battles Through Rain ToTake Stage Seven Of An Post Rs
James Gullen Britain JLT Condor In Yellow With One Day To Go


The penultimate stage of An Post Rs finished in the hands of the Netherlands Delta Cycling Rotterdam team with Daan Meijers taking the win from teammate Jan Willem Van Schip. Stage five winner Regan Gough (An Post Chain Reaction) came home in third with Darragh OMahony (Ireland National Team) finishing best of the Irish riders in fourth.

The heavens opened for day seven making the challenge even harder for the peloton. The riders faced 167.3 kilometres, taking them southeast from Donegal town through Northern Ireland and finishing in Ardee, Louth. Unlike the previous day, which emphasised the climbs, the seventh day featured flatter roads with twisting turns, promising for a more open race. More>>>


Results Stage 7 Donegal To Ardee 167.4 Km.
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An Post Rs Stage 6 Pictures Dungloe To Donegal
Yannis Yssaad Armee de Terre France wins stage six of the An Post Rs from Dungloe To Donegal
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Yssaad Sprints To Stage Six Victory As Kasperkiewicz Conquers The Mountains
James Gullen Britain JLT Condor In Yellow For The Second Day


Yannis Yssaad (France Arme de Terre) attacked late to claim stage six of An Post Rs in Donegal town today. The 23-year-old sprinted to the line to give the French team their first stage win of the week.

Yssaad had the legs to edge out stage one winner Nicolai Brchner Nielsen (Denmark Riwal Platform Cycling) who finished second and green jersey holder (points classification) leader Dennis Bakker (Netherlands Delta Cycling) in third. Stage four winner Matthew Teggart (An Post Chain Reaction) came home best of the Irish in seventh place More>>>


Results Stage 6 Dungloe To Donegal 132.1Km.
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An Post Rs Stage 5 Pictures Buncrana To Dungloe
Regan Gough An Post Chain Reaction Winner Of Stage Five Of The An Post Rs From Buncrana To Dungloe
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An Post Team Secure Second Rs Stage Win As Gough Takes Victory Into Dungloe
James Gullen, Britain JLT Condor Race Leader


The An Post Chain Reaction team were celebrating again today after Regan Gough sprinted to victory on stage five of An Post Rs in to Dungloe, Donegal today - the second stage win for the team this week.

The New Zealander edged out Australian Cameron Meyer (Australia National Team) who finished second ahead of third place Daan Meijers (Netherlands Delta Cycling). JLT Britain rider James Gullen was a close fourth and becomes the new general classification (GC) leader.
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Results Stage 5 Buncrana To Dungloe 181Km.
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An Post Rs Stage 4 Pictures Bundoran To Buncrana
Stage Four Winner Michael Storer Australia National Team
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Mathew Teaggart An Post Chain Reaction Race Leader
Mathew Teaggart An Post Chain Reaction Race Leader


Michael Storer of the Australia National Team took an emphatic solo victory on stage four of An Post Rs into Buncrana today. Storer crossed the line one minute and fifty five seconds over second place Jacob Sitler (USA CCB Velotooler) with Morgan Kneiskey (France Arme de Terre) claiming third spot. Yesterdays stage three winner, Irishman, Matthew Teggart finished just on Kneiskys shoulder, topping the general classification (GC) and becoming the new yellow jersey leader.

Day four of the eight route took the riders into the heart of Donegal where they faced a challenging route including five categorised climbs with the monstrous Mamore Gap rearing its head just over 10 kilometres before the finish.
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