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Sunday 28 May 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# Cycling

27th May 2023
Olympic sailing medalist Annalise Murphy takes cycling gold
The 33-year-old won the women’s scratch final at the Dublin Track Cycling International event.
Last week
21st May 2023 - 27th May 2023
# mountain energy
Geraint Thomas keeps Giro lead as Eddie Dunbar slips to 5th
Ben Healy sits third in the King of the Mountains classification.
# Cycling
Dainese claims 17th Giro stage as Dunbar stays in fifth place overall
Dunbar finished in 26th place while Ben Healy still holds the King of the Mountains blue jersey.
# Cycling
Irish duo make it a red letter day on stage 16 of Giro d'Italia
Eddie Dunbar rises to fifth in general classification while Ben Healy takes King of the Mountains jersey.
This month
May 2023
Cyclist: 'My calm warning to a driver blocking the lane was met with a barrage of abuse'
Dr Emma Howard says we need to re-frame the narrative to change attitudes and behaviours around cycling.
Nico Denz wins another stage as Geraint Thomas surrenders Giro d’Italia lead
The German Bora–Hansgrohe rider had claimed his maiden Grand Tour stage win on Thursday.
# as it stands
Rubio takes maiden win in shortened Giro stage 13, Dunbar finishes 8th
The Movistar rider, who was part of an early breakaway, was dropped multiple times on the final climb but dug deep.
# as it stands
Denz wins from Giro breakaway as Crans Montana looms
Meanwhile, Eddie Dunbar is seventh overall after today’s 46th-place finish.
# Cycling
Dunbar up to seventh in standings as illness and crashes thin Giro field
2020 champion Tao Geoghegan Hart was stretchered into an ambulance following a nasty fall with suspected breaks to his leg and pelvis.
# Giro d'Italia
Ireland's Eddie Dunbar moves into Giro top 10 as Cort escapes to stage win
Cort comes out trumps as three-man breakaway keeps clear on eventful 196km run from Scandiano to Viareggio.
# its snow joke
Heavy snow forces Giro d'Italia to cancel highest climb of race
The cyclists were due to tackle the 2,469 metres mount at the Great-Saint-Bernard Pass on Friday’s 13th stage.
# Wrap
Giro shock as Covid rules out leader Evenepoel
Meanwhile, Irish pair Eddie Dunbar and Ben Healy finished 22nd and 42nd respectively.
# Green Day
'Ben Healy is going to be a name that you're gonna be listening to for a long time'
Healy delivered one of Irish cycling’s great days at the Giro d’Italia on Saturday.
# Giro d'Italia
Ben Healy joins greats of Irish cycling with breakaway stage win at Giro d'Italia
The 22-year-old becomes just the ninth Irish rider ever to win a Grand Tour stage.
# Giro d'Italia
Ben Healy joins greats of Irish cycling with breakaway stage win at Giro d'Italia
The 22-year-old becomes just the ninth Irish rider ever to win a Grand Tour stage.
# Giro d'Italia
Ireland's Eddie Dunbar picks up another top-10 finish on snow-capped Giro stage
Davide Bais won stage seven of the Giro d’Italia on Friday.
# mads world
Pedersen completes Grand Tour stage sweep at Giro d'Italia
Ireland’s Eddie Dunbar finished with the main bunch in 36th place.
# Cycling
Cork's Dunbar finishes in ninth place at stage four of Giro d'Italia
Ireland’s Ben Healy finished in 78th.
# Cycling
Evenepoel leaves Roglic trailing and wins first stage of Giro d'Italia
Eddie Dunbar finished inside the top 25.
Last month
April 2023
# Cycling
'Good legs and good luck': Van der Poel breaks away for brilliant Paris-Roubaix win
Dutch rider adds another spring classic following Milan-SanRemo victory.
Last year
# Change
Historic decision sees Tour de France finale moved from Paris
For the first time since 1905, the French capital will not host the finish.
# Cycling
Mountains dominate Tour de France route for 2023
Next summer’s race could favour climbers such as 2019 champion Egan Bernal.
# CycleConnects
Public consultation opens for proposals for new cycle networks across 22 counties
The cycle networks will form part of the CycleConnects: Ireland’s Cycle Network programme.
# Your Say
Poll: Should people be given grants to buy e-bikes?
Electric bike initiatives in other countries include grants, scrappage schemes and interest-free loans.
# Cycling
Remco Evenepoel goes solo to win rainbow jersey
Belgian backs up Vuelta a Espana victory with world road race title.
# Cycling
Richardson secures Rás na mBan victory after final day drama
The Scottish rider was caught up in a crash on the wet roads with six laps to go.
# Madrid
Belgian Evenepoel wins first Grand Tour in Vuelta a Espana
The 22-year-old dominated the three-week race, taking victory after the 21st and final stage won by Colombian Juan Sebastian Molano.
# Cycling
Pedersen wins Vuelta 19th stage as Evenepoel maintains lead
As marks of respect following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, riders paused at the start line for a minute and the British-based Ineos team wore black armbands.
# andalusia
Roglic crashes in Vuelta sprint gamble as Pedersen wins stage
Adding to the drama, less than 3km out Evenepoel was hit by a puncture as Roglic looked set to eat into his 1min 34sec overall advantage.
# Cycling
Ireland's Teggart retains sprint jersey at Tour of Britain
The Down rider is now on 18 points at the top of the overall sprints classification.
# Vuelta a Espana
Roglic chips away at Evenepoel's lead as Arensman wins in the mountains
Roglic clawed back 15 seconds in the race for the Vuelta’s red jersey.
# Cycling
Carapaz climbs to Vuelta stage 14 win as race leader Evenepoel suffers
Richard Carapaz bagged a gruelling stage win.
# Stage 11
Groves wins sprint after Alaphilippe becomes latest Vuelta casualty
Double world champion Alaphilippe left the course in an ambulance after damaging a shoulder in a fall with less than 70km to go.
# Cycling
Sam Bennett forced to withdraw from Vuelta after positive antigen test
Bennett was a leading contender for the green jersey with Dane Mads Pedersen.
# Cycling
Bennett loses green jersey in the Vuelta as Vine wins stage eight
Dane Mads Pedersen took the green jersey.
# Cycling
Bennett extends lead in battle for Vuelta green jersey as Cofidis wins stage seven
Today’s race ended in a razor-edge, five-way dash for the line.
# On the marc
Marc Soler takes home win on Vuelta a Espana
Sam Bennett retained his nine-point lead in the Green Jersey race.
# as it stands
Roglic leads Vuelta after stage four victory, Bennett retains green jersey
Mads Pedersen claimed second place on a stage for the third time.
# Cycling
Ireland's Sam Bennett wins stage two of Vuelta
Bennett clinched the victory after a 175.1km run between the Dutch towns of ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Utrecht.
# Banned Substance
Quintana retrospectively disqualified from Tour de France over tramadol use
The former two-time runner-up, 32, finished sixth overall in the race.