2023 Road National Series Winners Confirmed
Conn McDunphy is the winner of the senior men (open) category
After an exciting 2023 Road National Series, the four winners of the overall categories have been confirmed.
Six thrilling rounds of racing saw some of Ireland's best riders do battle both for victory in their respective rounds and for overall victory throughout the season.
Following the unfortunate cancellation of round seven last month due to safety concerns caused by Storm Betty, the winners of each respective category has officially been confirmed.
Conn McDunphy put his stamp on the senior category throughout the year with some remarkable performances - claiming solo victories in the fourth and fifth rounds to take control in the overall rankings.
Daire Feeley takes second place after victories in the first and sixth round while Jason Kenny completes the podium following a strong of consistent performances throughout the series.
In the senior women's category, Jemma Speers has been crowned overall winner following a top ten finish in all six rounds - including a second place and third place finish - to demonstrate incredible consistency.
Caoimhe O'Brien finishes in second place following victories in all three rounds that she competed in throughout the series while Jennifer Neenan takes third spot after two second place performances during the series.
Killian O'Brien was the strongest junior rider as he impressed many with his aggressive racing style, taking third place in round five in a stand-out performance, and finishing in seventh place in the senior rankings.
Hannah Hayes has won the junior women's category, with her consistent performances seeing her pick up more points than any other junior riders across the six rounds.
Full final rankings can be found here.
More information on the 2023 Road National Series can be found here.
Jemma Speers (left) is the winner of the senior women category. Hannah Hayes (right) is the winner of the junior women category
2023 Road National Series Winners
1. Conn McDunphy (Lucan CRC)
2. Daire Feeley (All Human Velo Revolution)
3. Jason Kenny (UCD Cycling Club)
4. Liam Crowley (UCD Cycling Club)
5. Aaron Wade (Cortizo Aluminium Team)
6. Luke Smith (Moynalty Cycling Club)
7. Killian O'Brien (Orwell Wheelers)
8. Evaldus Stankevicius (Greenmount CA)
9. Conor Halvey (Four Masters CC)
10. Mark McGinley (Four Masters CC)
1. Jemma Speers (North Down CC)
2. Caoimhe O'Brien (Belco Van Eyck)
3. Jennifer Neenan (UCD Cycling Club)
4. Aoife O'Brien (Spellman-Dublin Port)
5. Yvonne Doran (Orwell Wheelers)
6. Clodagh Ni Ghallchoir (UCD Cycling Club)
7. Imogen Cotter (Felix Deceuninck)
8. Orla Walsh (UCD Cycling Club)
9. Linda Kelly (Spin The Bean Power By Coffee)
10. Niamh O'Dwyer (Black House Racing)
1. Killian O'Brien (Orwell Wheelers)
2. Willem O'Connor (JEGG-DJR Academy)
3. Liam O'Brien (Fermoy Cycling Club)
4. Cal Tutty (Dungarvan CC)
5. Patrick Casey (Anexo Group RT)
1. Hannah Hayes (TC Racing)
2. Shauna Finn (Arcane CT)
3. Aine Doherty (VC Glendale)
4. Mia Smith (Brother UK-Orientatior)
5. Elena Wallace (Harps CC)
Killian O'Brien is the winner of the Junior Men (open) category