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Archie Ryan Added to World CX Championship Line Up

19/01/2018

Junior Archie Ryan Added to Line Up for World Cyclocross Championships

 

Cycling Ireland are delighted to announce that junior rider, Archie Ryan, has been added to the Irish Team that will compete at the World Cyclocross Championships on the 3rd and 4th February. Ryan will join Thomas Creighton and Adam McGarr in the junior event at the Worlds in Valekenburg, the Netherlands.

 


Ryan has competed in two UCI C1 events this season, and finished on the same lap as the winner on each occasion, fulfilling five out of the six desired criteria.


Following the selection Cycling Ireland Cyclocross selector Andy Layhe “Archie has proven without doubt his eligibility to compete at the worlds. It was an oversight omitting him from the original team, and changes will be made with regard to how results are submitted to the commission in forthcoming seasons.”

 



The Irish Team will be competing in the UCI World Cup in Hoogerhiede, Belgium, on the 28th January before competing in the World Championships the following week.

 


For any queries or further clarification please contact cyclocross@offroadcyclingireland.ie


Elite men

Glenn Kinning


Elite women

Maria Larkin


Under 23 men

David Conroy


Under 23 women

Lara Gillespie


Junior men

Thomas Creighton

Adam McGarr

Archie Ryan


Staff

Team Manager - Andy Layhe

Assistant - Martin Eadon

Mechanic - Aaron Baines

Assistant - Suzanne Clarke



Events:

28th January 2018

UCI World Cup, Hoogerheide, Netherlands


3-4th February 2018

UCI World Championships, Valkenburg, Netherlands

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