Para Cycling team bag 4 medals in the Paracycling Road World Cup

The Para Cycling team completed in the first round of the Paracycling Road World Cup in Ostend, Belgium last weekend, there was a strong contingent of riders from the Irish National squad and development squad supported by Cycling Ireland. Not only was it the first race of the season for many, it was also the […]

Five RTÉ Sports Awards nominations for Team Ireland

As 2021 draws to a close, so does the Irish sporting year, one that has been extremely busy with plenty of success across Irish sport. Irish Paralympians have enjoyed a huge amount of that success in 2021, particularly at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. This success has been recognised in various media outlets, such as […]

World Championship Gold for Dunlevy and McCrystal

Katie-George Dunlevy and Eve McCrystal have won a 3rd World Title in the time trial at the UCI Paracycling World Championships. The pair retained their rainbow jerseys in emphatic style as they averaged 45.612km/h for the 31.2km course, giving them a winning margin of 55 seconds over New Zealand.    As well as their time […]

Katie George and Eve Win Gold for Ireland

Katie George Dunlevy and Eve McCrystal maintained their dominance on the road as they produced two stunning performances to win gold on the double at the Para Cycling World Cup in Ostend. The double world champions were determined to put down a marker for the remainder of the season especially as they look forward to […]

ParaCycling Teams compete in Italy and Belgium

The Cycling Ireland Irish Paracycling team are currently competing in Corridonia at the first of two Paracycling World Cup events in the space of a week. A strong team of Declan Slevin, Ronan Grimes, Peter Ryan & Anthony Walsh, Damien Vereker & Marcin Mijayski, Richael Timothy and Gary O’Reilly are currently competing in Italy where […]

Paralympic Cycling Champion Presents Revolutionary Research Findings

Aerodynamic science reveals new insights that can change Paralympic and World Championship podiums   The importance and prestige of Paracycling is on the rise, but insight in Paracycling aerodynamics is very limited. Therefore, researchers from NUI Galway (Ireland), Eindhoven University of Technology (The Netherlands) and KU Leuven (Belgium) have used advanced technologies such as engineering […]

Colin Lynch Announces Retirement

Paralympic Silver medalist, Colin Lynch, has confirmed today that he is retiring from Paralympic Cycling. Colin is a multiple world championship medalist and achieved his ultimate aim of paralympic glory at the Rio2016 Paralympic Games. Colin announced his retirement with a statement earlier today, an extract of that statement is visible below. All in Paralympics […]

McCrystal Eyeing Gold at Para Cycling Track World Championships

 A 13 person para cycling team has landed in the Netherlands ahead of the 2019 Para Cycling Para Cycling Track World Championships that are being hosted in Appeldoorn between Thursday March 14th and Sunday, March 17th. The strong Irish team will include former World Championship bronze medallists, Katie George Dunlevy and Eve McCrystal. The tandem […]

Eoghan Clifford Announces Retirement

28th May 2018 Today Ireland’s Paralympic Champion Eoghan Clifford announced his retirement from international cycling. Since his international paracycling debut in 2014, Clifford has been a dominant force in the MC3 category, both on the track and the road. The Galway-based rider has amassed fifteen podium placings at major event, including a Paralympic Title, four […]

Team Ireland Set for Road World Cup in Belgium

The UCI Para-Cycling Road World Cup gets under way tomorrow, Thursday May 3rd, when Team Ireland compete against the best in the world in Ostend, Germany. A strong group have been named for the competition including Katie George Dunlevy & Eve McCrystal, Peter Ryan & Séan Hahessy, Damien Vereker & Dermot Radford, Ronan Grimes andDeclan Slevin. The Development […]

Fourth for Dunlevy and McCrystal, Sixth for Gordon and Byrne

Katie-George Dunlevy and Eve McCrystal finished fourth, and just outside the medals in the Women’s B Tandem Sprint at the UCI 2018 Para-cycling Track World Championships tonight. Their qualifying time of 11.892 seconds was an incredible 3.5 seconds faster than the current national record of 12.259 seconds. The eventual winners were the Great Britain bike […]