Proud as punch and so Lydia should be, only beaten by Holly Edmondston of New Zealand who took gold, with Olga Zabelinskaya (Uzbekistan) taken Silver. Lydia is no stranger to medals at this level as 2 years ago she took a silver paired with Lydia Boylan in the Madison. She also took a brilliant 7th in the Madison, this time paired with Emily Kay this morning.
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Sometimes you have to go with the opportunities been given…Xeno Young joins Team GB and we wish him success, as his ambition and talent should be nursed in full!!
January 2, 2020
“The King of Mamore Gap” is no more… Willie John Mc Laughlin passed away today (Tuesday 10th Nov)…rest in peace Willie-John
November 10, 2020
How did the “Tiger of Banbridge” Paul-Antoine Hagan (U23) do in Belgium as a 2022 graduate of the Belgian Project? Paul-Antoine raced 7 times, which included a crash, puncture, and a top 5…here is his story that should be read by any aspiring youngster!!
September 2, 2022