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Prizes for the National Hill Climb Championships
Cycling Ireland will present the following:
Overall winner – C.I. National Champions Jersey and Gold Medal
2nd overall – C.I. Silver Medal
3rd overall – C.I. Bronze Medal
Depending on the riders who pre-register, Tralee CC intend to present medals to:
1st, 2nd and 3rd – Junior Category
1st, 2nd and 3rd – Ladies Category
1st, 2nd and 3rd – A4 Category
1st, 2nd and 3rd – A3 Category
1st, 2nd and 3rd – Vets O/50 Category
1st, 2nd and 3rd – Vets O/60 Category
Tralee CC will host the National Hill Climb Time Trial Championships for 2013 on Sunday 6th October. Headquarters for the event is at St. Pats GAA grounds in Blennerville. Sign-On will be from 9am on the morning with first rider off at 10am. Post event presentations will be made at HQ where refreshments will also be available.
Pre-registration is required to participate in the TT and the following form must be filled out and returned to the Tralee CC secretary by the deadline date of 28th September. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 087 6370738.
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The climb is over 4km long, reaching a height of 319m. The average gradient is 8-10% with a max gradient of 17%. The event is a Time Trial, open to all riders with a Full Competition License who pre-register before the deadline of 28th September. Riders will be let off at 1 minute intervals from a set individual start times which will be forwarded to each registered rider in the week before the event.
For a list of hotels, guesthouses, and other accommodation for the weekend please check out www.tralee.ie
Well dome Tom Moriarty, who continued his great run of results by winning the Under 12 category race at the County Road Race Championships in Kilcummin last weekend. With an early attack the rest of the field had no answer to Tom’s staying power and his climbing ability helped him complete the last kilometre of the hilly course to finish well clear of all opposition.
Mikey Moriarty held his own with the big boys until late in the race when a mechanical problem meant he lost ground as the finish line approached.
The A4 riders worked as a team when they came in together shortly after the main bunch.
It was good to see JP back in the club colours. The training in Germany is keeping him in good shape. Well done to all!