Louise Moriarty

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Louise Moriarty
Personal information
Full name Louise Moriarty
Born (1978-01-17) 17 January 1978 (age 36)
 Ireland
Team information
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Professional team(s)
2008– Swift Racing
Infobox last updated on
15 April 2009

Louise Moriarty (born 22 December 1978)[1] is an Irish racing cyclist from Dublin. She was the Irish National Time Trial Champion in 2006 and 2007.

In 2008, Moriarty broke the national pursuit record at Newport Velodrome, Wales, setting a new time of 3:55.853, beating the old record of 3:59.194 by over three seconds. The new record took her within two seconds of qualifying for the world championships.[2] She also became the Irish 500m TT, points race, scratch race and pursuit champion.

Palmarès[edit]

2002
3rd Irish National Road Race Championships
2nd Irish National Time Trial Championships
2005
3rd Irish National Road Race Championships
2006
1st MaillotIrlanda.PNG Irish National Time Trial Championships
2nd Irish National Road Race Championships
2007
1st Tielt-Winge (BEL)
1st MaillotIrlanda.PNG Irish National Time Trial Championships
3rd Irish National Road Race Championships
2008
1st MaillotIrlanda.PNG 500m TT, Irish National Track Championships
1st MaillotIrlanda.PNG Points race, Irish National Track Championships
1st MaillotIrlanda.PNG Scratch race, Irish National Track Championships
1st MaillotIrlanda.PNG Pursuit, Irish National Track Championships
3rd Irish National Time Trial Championships
2nd Irish National Road Race Championships
2nd Brasschaat/Maria-ter-Heide (BEL)
1st General Classification Ras na mBan (IRL)
1st Stage 1 Ras na mBan, Sneem (IRL)
1st Stage 2 Ras na mBan, Sneem (IRL)
2011
2nd Irish National Road Race Championships

References[edit]

  1. ^ Louise Moriarty profile at Cycling Archives
  2. ^ Shane Stokes (2008-10-18). "NEW PURSUIT RECORD RATIFIED FOR MORIARTY". Irish Cycling/post. 

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