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  • Two British squads announced for 2017 An Post Rás Two British squads announced for 2017 An Post Rás  20 Apr 2017 20th April 2017:  The addition of two British squads to the seven international teams already announced for this year’s An Post Rás makes the line-up even stronger, with just one month to go ahead of the race start in Dublin Castle.
  • Slovenian and American teams confirmed for 2017 An Post Rás Slovenian and American teams confirmed for 2017 An Post Rás  13 Apr 2017 Thursday, 13th April 2017: Anticipation of this year’s An Post Rás (2.2) continues to build with two more strong international squads added to the line-up. ROG Ljubljana from Slovenia and the American CCB Velotooler Cycling Team have confirmed their entry in to the eight day stage race, beginning on Sunday, May 21st from Dublin Castle.
  • Further three International squads including former World Track Champion announced for An Post Rás Further three International squads including former World Track Champion announced for An Post Rás   07 Apr 2017 A further three international squads have been announced to take part in this year’s An Post Rás; the Australian and Belgian national teams plus the French Armee de Terre squad have confirmed they will travel, strengthening this year’s line-up and guaranteeing an aggressive, exciting eight days of racing.
  • Victorious Dutch and Danish teams confirm their return for 2017 An Post Rás Victorious Dutch and Danish teams confirm their return for 2017 An Post Rás  31 Mar 2017 With less than two months to go to the start of An Post Rás, the organisers have announced the first two international teams for this year’s race, Netherlands’ Candidacy Team Delta and Denmark’s Riwal Platform Cycling team.
  • 65th edition of An Post Rás sets demanding challenge for riders 65th edition of An Post Rás sets demanding challenge for riders  14 Feb 2017 GPO, Dublin, 14th February: The 2017 An Post Rás route was announced this morning at the GPO. Returning to Donegal for the first time in five years, the organisers of An Post Rás have unveiled a challenging route. It features several stages of tough climbing, including two of the most difficult ascents in the country - Mamore Gap and Glengesh Pass.
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