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by Tom Daly
Tom Daly's book captures the essence of the Ras and its importance to Ireland. Daly provides a history of the event as sporting spectacle while also analysing the social and political influences in an Ireland with the scars of partition and a revolutionary tradition still most uppermost.
Tom Daly's book captures the essence of the Ras and its importance to Ireland. The Rás grew out of the National Cycling Association Just as many of the great races from the Grand Tours through to the Classics have a historical and political as well as sporting context, so it is with the smaller events, and while small on scale, the Rás Tailteann is big on impact.
The Ras: The Story of Irelands Unique Bike Race, Tom Daly, New Book.
Rás Tailteann, known for sponsorship reasons as the An Post Rás or the Rás for short, was an annual 8-day international cycling stage race, held in Ireland in May. Around Ireland, the race is referred to as The Rás. By naming the race Rás Tailteann the original organisers, members of the National Cycling Association (NCA), were associating the cycle race with the Tailteann Games, a Gaelic festival in early medieval Ireland.
Discover the history of Ireland's biggest race. The Rás by Tom Daly: A labour of love. The Irish Milk Rás has been run every year since 1953, and during that time has accumulated a rich history. The rich heritage and memorable characters of the Rás Tailteann are documented and celebrated in the fine new book, The Rás - The Story of Ireland's Unique Bike Race, by Tom Daly.
This book captures the spirit and essence of the Ras, the Irish National bicycle race, it's historical significance, and its place in Irish sporting history. ISBN13:9781848891487. Release Date:December 2012.
Daly, Tom (25 January 2019). The Rás: The Story of Ireland's Unique Bike Race". Retrieved 25 January 2019 – via Google Books. Retrieved 24 January 2019. "Cycleways Strand of success".
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The Ras, Ireland's national bike race, is one of the longest-surviving stage races in Europe. Begun in 1954 it originally symbolized nationalist aspiration and Irish culture, but quickly became an enormous success and national sporting event. Today's races draw over 200 contestants, some professional, from many different countries. It is characterized by unconventional practice, flamboyance, spontaneity, grittiness, and fierceness of competition that makes it unique
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