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Moriarty to Tasmania

Irish Champion confirmed entrant

The Sports Carnivals Association of Tasmania has been successful in contracting Irish Cycling champion Louise Moriaty for the Basslink Tasmanian Christmas Carnival Series. Moriaty who comes from Dublin is one of Ireland’s top women’s cyclists having competed on the international scene for several years. She has been a member of various teams including the successful Global Racing and Hibernian Racing Teams, as well as spending time riding in the Netherlands for the Moving Ladies team. Moriarty has been retained with Global Racing (which changes name to Swift Racing) for 2008 according to the team's management.

Whilst Louise has won several Irish track championships over the shorter distances and been placed in international events we believe she will be particularly suited to the women’s points’ race which will be part of the UCI International Sprint series. It would seem that Louise is an aggressive rider having recently won the Queen of the Mountains in a major Irish women’s road tour.

The signing of Louise brings to seven the number of countries that will be represented in the UCI Sprint Series.


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