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Our Wednesday evening club group spins have proven to be a popular fixture. Once again we had a great turnout. The evenings are drawing in noticeably and there will only be one or two more midweek evening spins. Oran McGee was in action for the National Sprint Triathlon Championships. The sprint distance is not his ideal distance, but he managed to place 4th nonetheless. Well done Oran. The Sunday spin last weekend took in Emyvale, Aughnacloy, Augher, Eskra, Fintona, Tempo (Tea Stop) Brookeborough, Roslea, Monaghan and home for just over 100kms. Also on Sunday we were privileged to host the Ulster Hillclimb championships up on Bragan Mountain. There was a stiff headwind for the final kilometre, but the competitors still managed to climb the course in record time. Congratulations to first senior man and woman home, David Montgomery and Ciara Kelly. Well-deserved thanks to the chief commissar James McLaughlan, timekeeper Patrick Withers , marshals, Cycling Ulster Official, the local community and all participants. The event ran smoothly and safely and the course while tough, was hugely appreciated and recognised as a great parcours by all those involved.
Little Bit of History HERE Brady Museum HERE Lorraine Mullarkey HERE
Cycling
Our Wednesday evening club group spins have proven to be a popular fixture. Once again we had a great turnout. The evenings are drawing in noticeably and there will only be one or two more midweek evening spins. Oran McGee was in action for the National Sprint Triathlon Championships. The sprint distance is not his ideal distance, but he managed to place 4th nonetheless. Well done Oran. The Sunday spin last weekend took in Emyvale, Aughnacloy, Augher, Eskra, Fintona, Tempo (Tea Stop) Brookeborough, Roslea, Monaghan and home for just over 100kms. Also on Sunday we were privileged to host the Ulster Hillclimb championships up on Bragan Mountain. There was a stiff headwind for the final kilometre, but the competitors still managed to climb the course in record time. Congratulations to first senior man and woman home, David Montgomery and Ciara Kelly. Well-deserved thanks to the chief commissar James McLaughlan, timekeeper Patrick Withers , marshals, Cycling Ulster Official, the local community and all participants. The event ran smoothly and safely and the course while tough, was hugely appreciated and recognised as a great parcours by all those involved.
Cycling
Little Bit of History HERE Brady Museum HERE Lorraine Mullarkey HERE