May 3 In the Press

Stage 3 ends in Cookstown with Laverack victorious after 92.3 mile battle

Sunday’s stage 3 of the AmberGreen Energy Tour of Ulster got off to a great start after Saturday’s washout in Co Down which resulted in the stage being postponed.

The teams battled it out for the pink jersey yet again as they raced from Newry to Cookstown with crowds cheering along the roadsides as they sped through towns and villages. It was Edward Laverack (Cheshire JLT Condor) fought the battle hard to win the Homecare Independent Living sponsored stage 3 which finished on Cookstown.

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October 16 In the Press

Last leg of Celtic 7 brings runners to Cornish Alps at Eden Project challenge

THE marathon challenge, which Rick Stein’s Head Chef, Stephane Delourme, and Peter McGahan started last May will draw to a close this Sunday at Cornwall’s Eden Project.

The multi-terrain route on Sunday is challenging and will give runners a taste of the journey that the landscape itself has been through. Highlights include the man-made spoil heaps known as the ‘Cornish Alps’ and the former china clay pit that now entertains over a million visitors a year.

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