The eRacing National Championship qualification event took place on Saturday, 18th December over 1-lap of the Watopia Figure 8 course, a total distance of 29.8 kilometres.
The top 10 male and female riders from the qualification event who satisfied the criteria set out within the Technical Guide are invited to participate in Ireland’s first eRacing National Championships, taking place in-person in the University College Dublin.
Finalists will race using the full Wahoo ecosystem including a KICKR Smart Turbo Trainer, KICKR Climb and KICK Headwind. The in-person Championship event will be live broadcast with full details to be announced shortly.
The final takes place on Saturday, January 15th. The National Champions will be decided on the New York, Astoria Line 8 course, a total distance of 34.5 kilometres and 423 metres of elevation.
Cycling Ireland eRacing National Championship Finalists:
|1.||Keane Ryan||Four Masters CC|
|2.||Padraic O Flynn||Orwell Wheelers Cycling Club|
|3.||Richard Barry||St. Finbarrs CC|
|4.||Nathan Mullan||Dromara Cycling Club|
|5.||Christopher Mc Glinchey||Spectra Wiggle p/b Vitus|
|6.||Conor Verbruggen||Bray Wheelers|
|7.||Fergus Callaghan||Four Masters CC|
|8.||Stuart Millar||Ards CC|
|9.||Glenn Kinning||Kinning Cycles Cycling Club|
|1.||Imogen Cotter||Team Ciclotel/MEG|
|2.||Claire Richardson||Killinchy Cycling Club|
|3.||Vanessa Fursden||Un-Attached Ulster|
|4.||Mary Corless||Un-Attached Connacht|
|5.||Elaine Lally||Un-Attached Connacht|
|6.||Berdien Driscoll||Killarney Cycling Club|