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Strava 2024

Strava for Rás Tailteann 2024

Stage 1 - Neutral Section


Stage 1 - Tullamore (Km0) - Kilmallock

Stage 2 - Neutral Section


Stage 2 - Kanturk (Km0) - Sneem

Stage 3 - Neutral Section


Stage 3 - Kenmare (Km0) - Cahir

Stage 4 - Neutral Section


Stage 4 - Horse and Jockey (km0) to Kildare

Stage 5 - Neutral Section


Stage 5 - Maynooth (km0) to Bective

2024 King Of The Hills Jersey KOH Jersey

2024 Irish Independent and Sunday Independent King Of The Hills Jersey
2024 Irish Independent and Sunday Independent King Of The Hills Jersey.

The Irish Independent and Sunday Independent are synonymous with Ireland’s story. They have been at the heart of the country’s history for more than 110 years and are the best-selling newspapers in Ireland in the daily and Sunday markets, respectively.

Mediahaus now own The Irish Independent. Established in 2014, Mediahuis is one of the biggest publishers in the Benelux countries and is behind a wide range of cross-media brands. It is a dynamic and forward-looking media company which has expanded rapidly in recent years.

Famous news brands owned by Mediahuis include NRC and De Telegraaf in The Netherlands; De Standaard and Het Nieuwsblad in Belgium; Luxemburger Wort and Télécran in Luxembourg. Mediahuis brands publish and broadcast in multiple European languages, including English, Dutch, French, Luxembourgish, Portuguese, German, Frisian and Irish (Seachtain is published weekly in The Irish Independent).

Irish Independent Publications
The Irish Independent Publications.

Speaking on their sponsorship of Rás Tailteann 2024, Arlene Regan, Marketing Manager, Mediahuis Ireland said:

"Our commitment extends beyond the jersey. Through our “Written All Over Ireland” campaign, we’ll engage with communities, capture stories, and celebrate the indomitable spirit of Irish cycling. From Tullamore to Kilmallock, Sneem to Cahir, and Kildare Town to Bective, we’ll be there as communities, participants, and spectators write their story."

"Through our “Written All Over Ireland” campaign, we’ll engage with communities, capture stories, and celebrate the indomitable spirit of Irish cycling."

Ger Campbell, Race Director, thanked Mediahaus and The Irish Independent for their support of the race,

“It is absolutely fantastic to see our commercial partners growing year on year, and we are delighted to welcome The Irish Independent as the sponsors of this year's KOH jersey. The Irish Independent has always been extremely supportive of the race through their publications, and we are incredibly thankful to them for their vote of confidence in the efforts of Cairde Rás Tailteann”.

2024 KOM Classification Jersey
2024 Irish Independent KOH Classification Jersey.

The KOH jersey will not follow the traditional polka-dot design in 2024. Instead, The Irish Independent, working with world-renowned designer Mark Porter, has designed a completely unique jersey for the classification. With 18 classified climbs in this year's edition, the competition is bound to be fierce to wear the special The Irish Independent KOM jersey. ”


2024 King Of The Hills Jersey KOH Jersey

2024 Irish Independent and Sunday Independent King Of The Hills Jersey
2024 Irish Independent and Sunday Independent King Of The Hills Jersey.

The Irish Independent and Sunday Independent are synonymous with Ireland’s story. They have been at the heart of the country’s history for more than 110 years and are the best-selling newspapers in Ireland in the daily and Sunday markets, respectively.

Mediahaus now own The Irish Independent. Established in 2014, Mediahuis is one of the biggest publishers in the Benelux countries and is behind a wide range of cross-media brands. It is a dynamic and forward-looking media company which has expanded rapidly in recent years.

Famous news brands owned by Mediahuis include NRC and De Telegraaf in The Netherlands; De Standaard and Het Nieuwsblad in Belgium; Luxemburger Wort and Télécran in Luxembourg. Mediahuis brands publish and broadcast in multiple European languages, including English, Dutch, French, Luxembourgish, Portuguese, German, Frisian and Irish (Seachtain is published weekly in The Irish Independent).

Irish Independent Publications
The Irish Independent Publications.

Speaking on their sponsorship of Rás Tailteann 2024, Arlene Regan, Marketing Manager, Mediahuis Ireland said:

"Our commitment extends beyond the jersey. Through our “Written All Over Ireland” campaign, we’ll engage with communities, capture stories, and celebrate the indomitable spirit of Irish cycling. From Tullamore to Kilmallock, Sneem to Cahir, and Kildare Town to Bective, we’ll be there as communities, participants, and spectators write their story."

"Through our “Written All Over Ireland” campaign, we’ll engage with communities, capture stories, and celebrate the indomitable spirit of Irish cycling."

Ger Campbell, Race Director, thanked Mediahaus and The Irish Independent for their support of the race,

“It is absolutely fantastic to see our commercial partners growing year on year, and we are delighted to welcome The Irish Independent as the sponsors of this year's KOH jersey. The Irish Independent has always been extremely supportive of the race through their publications, and we are incredibly thankful to them for their vote of confidence in the efforts of Cairde Rás Tailteann”.

2024 KOM Classification Jersey
2024 Irish Independent KOH Classification Jersey.

The KOH jersey will not follow the traditional polka-dot design in 2024. Instead, The Irish Independent, working with world-renowned designer Mark Porter, has designed a completely unique jersey for the classification. With 18 classified climbs in this year's edition, the competition is bound to be fierce to wear the special The Irish Independent KOM jersey. ”


2024 King Of The Hills Jersey KOH Jersey

2024 Irish Independent and Sunday Independent King Of The Hills Jersey
2024 Irish Independent and Sunday Independent King Of The Hills Jersey.

The Irish Independent and Sunday Independent are synonymous with Ireland’s story. They have been at the heart of the country’s history for more than 110 years and are the best-selling newspapers in Ireland in the daily and Sunday markets, respectively.

Mediahaus now own The Irish Independent. Established in 2014, Mediahuis is one of the biggest publishers in the Benelux countries and is behind a wide range of cross-media brands. It is a dynamic and forward-looking media company which has expanded rapidly in recent years.

Famous news brands owned by Mediahuis include NRC and De Telegraaf in The Netherlands; De Standaard and Het Nieuwsblad in Belgium; Luxemburger Wort and Télécran in Luxembourg. Mediahuis brands publish and broadcast in multiple European languages, including English, Dutch, French, Luxembourgish, Portuguese, German, Frisian and Irish (Seachtain is published weekly in The Irish Independent).

Irish Independent Publications
The Irish Independent Publications.

Speaking on their sponsorship of Rás Tailteann 2024, Arlene Regan, Marketing Manager, Mediahuis Ireland said:

"Our commitment extends beyond the jersey. Through our “Written All Over Ireland” campaign, we’ll engage with communities, capture stories, and celebrate the indomitable spirit of Irish cycling. From Tullamore to Kilmallock, Sneem to Cahir, and Kildare Town to Bective, we’ll be there as communities, participants, and spectators write their story."

"Through our “Written All Over Ireland” campaign, we’ll engage with communities, capture stories, and celebrate the indomitable spirit of Irish cycling."

Ger Campbell, Race Director, thanked Mediahaus and The Irish Independent for their support of the race,

“It is absolutely fantastic to see our commercial partners growing year on year, and we are delighted to welcome The Irish Independent as the sponsors of this year's KOH jersey. The Irish Independent has always been extremely supportive of the race through their publications, and we are incredibly thankful to them for their vote of confidence in the efforts of Cairde Rás Tailteann”.

2024 KOM Classification Jersey
2024 Irish Independent KOH Classification Jersey.

The KOH jersey will not follow the traditional polka-dot design in 2024. Instead, The Irish Independent, working with world-renowned designer Mark Porter, has designed a completely unique jersey for the classification. With 18 classified climbs in this year's edition, the competition is bound to be fierce to wear the special The Irish Independent KOM jersey. ”