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FEATURE I CYCLING IRELAND AWARDS


Martin, for his outstanding year end success in the Tour de Lombardie 2014. While Martin was not present on the night, he pre-recorded his acceptance speech, clearly happy with the honour. The Membership Awards were the most anticipated awards of the evening, with over 1000 people voting across seven award categories. For many of the categories the competition was tight at the top, only 24 points separated the top four nominees in the Volunteer of the Year Award! This year the nominees were put forward by the various Cycling Ireland Commissions, and a new category was added, Coach of the Year. The coaching pathway is in a very healthy state, almost 600 people passed through coaching courses in 2014, pointing towards a very active and progressive cycling scene in Ireland.


THE RESULTS OF THE MEMBERSHIP AWARDS ARE AS FOLLOWS:


VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR: Hugh Byrne CLUB OF THE YEAR: Lakeside Wheelers LEISURE EVENT OF THE YEAR: An Post Tour de Burren COMPETITIVE EVENT OF THE YEAR: European MTB Marathon Championships DOMESTIC MALE RIDER OF THE YEAR: Eddie Dunbar DOMESTIC FEMALE RIDER OF THE YEAR: Fiona Meade COACH OF THE YEAR: Dan Curtin INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE OF THE YEAR – as voted by the cycling media: Dan Martin OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD Kelvin Batey – World Masters Champion in BMX


Orla Hendron – World Masters Champion in Track Cycling


Cycling Ireland would like to thank everyone who attended the Cycling Ireland Awards Dinner, from the riders and club members, to the national medallists and international riders. We would also like to thank all our sponsors and special guests for joining us in the celebration of cycling, and thank them for their continued support of the sport.


January 2015 I Cycling World 43


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