Waterford Crowned 2020 All Ireland Cycle Champions

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Waterford crowded 2020 All Ireland Cycle Champions as they took the top spot in last year’s Pink Ribbon Cycle, All Ireland Cycle for breast cancer research. Attending the handover of the All Ireland Cycle trophy in Waterford recently were; (L/R back row) All Ireland Cycle Committee member Seamus Matthews, Johanna McElligott Waterford Wheelers, Declan Quirke, All Ireland Cycle Committee member and Paul Earley , All Ireland Cycle Chairperson. (L/R front row); Josephine Power and Richie Burke Waterford Wheelers. The event is held annually in support of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute, a national charity that funds a comprehensive research programme at the Lambe Institute, National University of Ireland, Galway. This year the challenge takes place between August 12th-22nd where you are asked to cycle 100km over those days. Visit www.allirelandcycle.ie for more. Photo: Joe Duffy

Waterford crowded 2020 All Ireland Cycle Champions as they took the top spot in last year’s Pink Ribbon Cycle, All Ireland Cycle for breast cancer research. Attending the handover of the All Ireland Cycle trophy in Waterford recently were Paul Earley, All Ireland Cycle Chairperson with former professional cyclists Ciarán Power from Waterford. The event is held annually in support of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute, a national charity that funds a comprehensive research programme at the Lambe Institute, National University of Ireland, Galway. This year the challenge takes place between August 12th-22nd where you are asked to cycle 100km over those days. Visit www.allirelandcycle.ie for more.

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