Josie Knight took her second stage win in as many days as she led in a group of eight at the end of the second stage of Rás na mBan in Piltown Co Kilkenny today.
TV Highlights of this year’s Rás na mBan will be televised on Eurosport this coming Saturday, 22nd September, at 4.30pm. Continue reading “Eurosport to Broadcast Rás na mBan Highlights This Weekend”
Iris Sachet made it a double French celebration on the final day of Rás na mBan as she raced in for stage honours with compatriot Coralie Demay confirmed as the first French winner of Ireland’s premier international stage race. Continue reading “Sachet’s Stage as Demay Takes Overall Glory for France”
Scotland’s Rhona Callander sprinted into Castlecomer, County Kilkenny at the end of 71km tough kilometres to win stage two of Rás na mBan.
Overall race leader Nina Kessler (Team NH )and Irish national road race national champion Eve McCrystal (Team Ireland) were among a large number of riders who crashed with ten kilometres remaining. Both regained their position in the main field before the finish.
Scotland’s Rhona Callander sprinted into Castlecomer, County Kilkenny at the end of 71km tough kilometres to win stage two of Rás na mBan. Continue reading “Callander Canters into Castlecomer”
The final teams and riders are arriving in Kilkenny this evening ahead of the 13th edition of Rás na mBan.
The organisers have assembled a record number of teams and riders for the third running of the event in and around the Marble City. Continue reading “Team GB Out to Defend Rás na mBan Title With All-New Squad”
National Road Race Champion Eve McCrystal heads a strong Irish challenge in Rás na mBan which gets under way in Kilkenny on Wednesday (September 5th).
Ireland’s top international stage race for women announces new logistics partner.
The international vehicle rental company Europcar has announced that it will supply vans and large vehicles to Rás na mBan to meet the Irish international stage race’s logistics needs. Continue reading “Europcar Supply Vehicles to Rás na mBan”