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Monday 25 September 2023 Dublin: 18°C

# An Post Rás

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Sean Kelly's An Post Chain Reaction facing fight for survival in search of new sponsor
The team’s future is uncertain following the withdrawal of An Post as primary sponsor after nine years.
Polish rider takes Stage 8 but James Gullen is crowned An Post Rás winner
Przemysław Kasperkiewicz recorded the best time on the final day.
Dutch rider Daan Meijers secures An Post Rás stage seven victory
Damien Shaw is currently the best of the Irish in fifth.
Matt finish! First Irish win as Teggart takes Stage 3 of the Rás
Five Irish riders finished in the top 10 on Tuesday.
Working 9-5 and beating the professionals: Eoin Morton looking to repeat last year's Rás feat
Eoin Morton spoke to The42 about fitness, his hectic life and THAT Rás stage win last year.
Climb to the top: The team built to produce Ireland's next generation of cycling stars
With four Irish riders on their roster, An Post-Chain Reaction are targeting a big 2017.
Behind the scenes at the Rás, an international sporting event that remains quintessentially Irish
Away from the doping scandals and negativity, this is sport at its captivating best.
Fankheuser withstands late attacks to win his second An Post Rás after thrilling final stage
The 30-year-old Austrian repeated his victory of 2014.
"I’ve always wanted to be one of the men of the Rás" - Eddie Dunbar savours big stage win
The Corkman took stage seven today.
Kingdom come for Danish rider Nicolai Brochner with Rás stage win
It was a hot day in the saddle in Kerry.
Cork teen Eddie Dunbar comes within a whisker of yellow jersey on Day 3 of the Rás
James Gullen took victory on Tuesday’s third stage to Dingle.
'A lad with a 9-5 job takes a stage win!' Eoin Morton was today's unlikely hero at the Rás
Taco van der Hoorn retains the overall lead as the Rás hits Charleville.
Rás gets underway at Dublin Castle to mark 100th anniversary of the Easter Rising
The annual race begins in the capital this morning.
'I went from doing interviews on RTÉ as a pro-cyclist to working a minimum wage job'
As the 2016 An Post Rás gets underway, it’s a particularly significant edition for one of Ireland’s finest riders.
The former Irish international rider who this week opened up about his depression
Daniel Stewart has walked away from the sport for now.
5 Irish riders who should challenge for a stage win at An Post Rás
A home rider hasn’t tasted victory since 2013 but there is enough talent this year to end that run.
7 unforgettable moments in Irish cycling history
Cycling has produced some of Irish sport’s most high-profile days.
All the best images after the world's top cyclists ride their way around the country
The peleton arrived in Skerries this afternoon after eight days of racing.
'The stench of sh*t Irish sheep' - the Rás leader wasn't too complimentary after being disqualified
That’s just uncalled for.
An Post rider Connor Dunne on his hopes for the 2015 Rás
The former stage winner and yellow jersey wearer is “looking forward to mixing it up.”
'It's world class cycling with Ireland's picturesque countryside acting as a truly unique backdrop'
The An Post Rás starts in Dunboyne on Sunday and it’s bigger and better than ever.
Irish riders past and present share (painful) memories of their debut Rás
The race begins this Sunday in Dunboyne and finishes in Skerries on Sunday week.
From football to cycling via triathlons - Bryan McCrystal's amazing sporting career
The An Post Rás begins next weekend and McCrystal is one of the leading amateurs involved.
He's Ireland's brightest young rider but Ryan Mullen is after medals, not praise
Sir Dave Brailsford is among those eulogising over the 20-year-old.
Your obscure Irish jersey at the African Cup of Nations is here
There’s niche and there’s niche.
Irish challenge wilts in Kerry mountains as Bevin blitzes An Post Rás
The New Zealander won a sprint finish to strengthen his place atop the General Classification.
Brilliant Bevin takes Stage Two of An Post Rás
The 23-year-old gained an edge on his opponents during the gruelling climb at Doonagore.
Ireland's in-form Downey raring to compete in fourth Rás
The An Post Rás gets underway today, and the 23-year-old Irish cyclist is hoping to build on recent promising performances.
Home win cheers An Post Rás fans while Bialoblocki clinches overall title
Sam Bennett of Carrick-on-Suir led home a Chain Reaction 1-2-3 finish in Skerries today.
Nicolas Baldo seals An Post Rás victory
The Switzerland Atlas Jakroo rider is the first Frenchman to do so.
Baldo takes stage 6 of An Post Rás to extend overall lead
Meanwhile, Irish amateur rider Adam Armstrong finished in third place.
France's Thomas Rostollan wins stage five of the An Post Rás
A superb solo performance sees the AVC rider win by nine seconds.
Heartbreak for McLaughlin as Pedersen secures victory
The Donegal native narrowly missed out on a win today, admitting that “the finish line was 50 metres too far away”.
Rás 2012: Lang wins the sprint to Gort
Switzerland’s Pirmin Lang is in the yellow jersey after today’s second stage of the An Post Rás.
The Rás: Marcin Bialoblocki takes stage win in Kilkenny
We’re up and running with the Polish rider first to the line this afternoon.
The Morning Score: Monday
Ireland win the Carling Nations Cup, Tipp see off the Rebels, and Luke Donald is on top of the world.
The Sunday Papers: some of the week’s best sportswriting
Get the kettle on and put your feet up.
In pictures: delighted Bagdonas wins the An Post Rás
Gediminas Bagdonas of the An Post Seán Kelly team has won the 2011 An Post Rás.
In pictures: stage seven of the An Post Rás
Gediminas Bagdonas hangs on to the yellow jersey as Martyn Irvine claims today’s penultimate stage.
In pictures: day six of the An Post Rás
Marcin Bialoblocki takes today’s sixth stage as Gediminas Bagdonas hangs on to the overall lead.