Historic Overview Ciaran Power

Rider

Overall Rank4472
NameCiaran POWER
Country
  Ireland
Date of birth08-May-1976 - Waterford (Waterford)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Biography

CiarĂ¡n Power (born 8 May 1976 in Waterford, Ireland) is a former professional racing cyclist, the first Irish cyclist to ride in a major tour since Stephen Roche in 1993. He is a member of the Irish Pezula Racing Team. Power turned professional in 2000 with Linda McCartney Racing Team and rode the 2000 Giro d'Italia, gaining 2 top ten stage finishes. When the McCartney team folded in 2001, Power joined the French St Quentin team before moving to the US the following season and joining Navigators.

After placing 3rd in the 1999 World 'B' road championship, Power came 74th in the 2000 Summer Olympics road race. In the 2004 Summer Olympics road race, he finished 13th, the highest placing by an Irish cyclist.

He retired from professional racing at the end of the 2008 season.

source - Wikipedia

Badges

4

Seasons

Ciaran Power - Scores by Season


YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1997 Individual 10 853
2. 1998 Individual 10 854
3. 1999 Individual 28 707
4. 2000 Linda McCartney Racing Team 171 338
5. 2001 Saint Quentin - Oktos 35 755
6. 2002 Navigators Cycling Team 82 556
7. 2003 Navigators Cycling Team 55 655
8. 2004 Navigators Cycling Team 195 321
9. 2005 Navigators Insurance Cycling Team 16 1043
10. 2006 Navigators Insurance Cycling Team 39 813
11. 2007 Navigators Insurance Cycling Team 49 718
12. 2008 Pezula Racing 27 948
Overall: 717 4472