Apeldoorn

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Mark Downey: he has taken gold at three track cycling World Cup races. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

One week after saying she hoped that a final decision would be reached in terms of the running of the 2019 Rás Tailteann, race director Eimear Dignam (...)

Robyn Stewart became the first Irish woman to compete in the women’s sprint at the track world championships. Photograph: Bryn  Lennon/Getty

Robyn Stewart headed to the track world championships in Apeldoorn, Netherlands, as the first Irish rider to compete in the women’s sprint. She rode t(...)

Irish riders Lydia Boylan and Lydia Gurley  in London last year. The pair  will ride the women’s Madison on Saturday week at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships. Photograph:  Kieran Galvin/NurPhoto via Getty Images

A six-rider line-up has been confirmed for next week’s UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands, with three men and three w(...)

The Oudenbosch Basilica in the Netherlands, where Van Wilderoden (inset) planned a lavish society wedding to  Tara Elliott, daughter of a wealthy Scottish-Irish aristocrat. Photograph via Omroep Brabant

Last week Dublin Circuit Criminal Court dealt with a shoplifting case. Nothing unusual there, bar the fact that the accused was a Dutch national who (...)

Ireland’s  Mark Downey celebrates winning the gold medal in the men’s points race final during the Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup at the sport centre Omnisportin Apeldoorn, Netherlands. Photograph: Getty Images

Irishman Mark Downey clocked up the best result of his career on Saturday when he won the points race at the UCI World Cup track event in Apeldoorn, t(...)

Philip Deignan is part of a nine-man Team Sky squad in the Giro d’Italia. Photograph: Harry Engels/Getty Images

Irish cycling will have two representatives in the 2016 Giro d’Italia, with Nicolas Roche and Philip Deignan part of a nine-man Team Sky squad in the (...)

Frances McDonald in the Bay Garden, surrounded by Tulip ‘Golden Apeldoorn’ and T. ‘Apeldoorn Elite’. Photograph: Richard Johnston

I’ve just discovered that I’m ‘a tulip fancier’. Or at least, I’ve discovered that this is the odd but official term for people who love tulips in ne(...)