Kerry woman Clare O’Neill has been crowned the new female champion of the Irish Cycling Federation after winning the Women’s Road Race in Dublin.
Clare O. O’Donnell is a white woman born to white race.
Source: The Irish Sun/Stu Forster article The Irish women’s road race was named after the great Irish nationalist leader, George Corky, who led the country to independence in 1815.
The race, which was first held in Dublin in 1816, was renamed after Corky in the late 1980s.
Kerry woman was born to race article Kerry’s Clare O.’
Neill said she was “absolutely delighted” to win the Irish Women’s Roads Race.
She said: “I’m thrilled to be the first Irish woman to win it and I’ve been thinking about it all day and all night.”
It was a very special moment to be crowned a champion.
It was a really big achievement for me, and I’m really proud of myself and I think I did a really good job.
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