Team Ireland Bring Their Total Tally Of Medals To Five At The UCI Para-Cycling Road World Cup as Colin Lynch, Mark Rohan and Cathal Miller all Take To The Podium in Sydney
Team Ireland brought their total tally of medals at the UCI Para-Cycling Road World Cup to five, with both Mark Rohan and Colin Lynch taking gold and Cathal Miller winning bronze, in today’s Time Trial.
Colin Lynch who finished second in yesterday’s C2 Road Race, managed one better today, winning Gold in the time trial and now leads the C2 UCI Road World Cup Series.
Mark Rohan won his second Gold medal of the week winning the H1 Time Trial after his win in the Road Race on Wednesday. Rohan also leads the UCI Road World Cup Series in his category and will wear the leading jersey into the next leg which will take place in Segovia, Spain in June.
While Cathal Miller won bronze after missing out narrowly on a podium finish on Wednesday with a fourth place finish in the C5 Road Race.
Commenting on the success of the Irish Riders, Denis Toomey, Team Manager said, “I am delighted with the team, in addition to the medals we also picked up a big haul of Country Ranking Points this week that will go towards qualifying additional slots for the 2012 Paralympic Games.”