Friday 26 December 2014

Giro d'Italia Day Three

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11 May 2014; Cyclists pass Goverment Buildings following stage 3 of the Giro d'Italia 2014 into Dublin. Armagh - Dublin. Picture credit: Stephen McCarthy / SPORTSFILE
11 May 2014; Cyclists pass Goverment Buildings following stage 3 of the Giro d'Italia 2014 into Dublin. Armagh - Dublin. Picture credit: Stephen McCarthy / SPORTSFILE
11 May 2014; Race leader Michael Matthews, Orica Greenedge, celebrates following stage 3 of the Giro d'Italia 2014 into Dublin. Armagh - Dublin. Picture credit: Ramsey Cardy / SPORTSFILE
During the Giro d'Italia's final stage in Ireland, Paddy Power offered cyclists the chance to cross the line with confidence thanks to their Clean Urine Swap stand. Located well out of the watchful eye of race officials, cyclists had the chance to whiz by and grab a little helping hand for those tense moments after the finish line.
11 May 2014; Marcel Kittel, Giant Shimano, wins stage 3 of the Giro d'Italia 2014 into Dublin. Armagh - Dublin. Picture credit: Stephen McCarthy / SPORTSFILE
11 May 2014; Marcel Kittel, Giant Shimano, after winning stage 3 of the Giro d'Italia 2014 into Dublin. Armagh - Dublin. Picture credit: Stephen McCarthy / SPORTSFILE
11 May 2014; A genral view of a racegoer looking up the odds in the betting area ahead of the Johnnie Fox`s European Breeders Fund Auction Maiden. Horse Racing from Leopardstown, Co. Dublin. Picture credit: Barry Cregg / SPORTSFILE
11 May 2014; The peloton in the village of Camlough during stage 3 of the Giro d'Italia 2014. Armagh to Dublin. Picture credit: Ramsey Cardy / SPORTSFILE
Riders pass the sprint finish in the Giro d'Italia 2014 on stage 3 of the 2014 Giro pictures Emma Clarke GMC Photography 087 8537228
11 May 2014; The peloton arrive into the village of Camlough during stage 3 of the Giro d'Italia 2014. Armagh to Dublin. Picture credit: Ramsey Cardy / SPORTSFILE
During the Giro d'Italia's final stage in Ireland, Paddy Power offered cyclists the chance to cross the line with confidence thanks to their Clean Urine Swap stand. Located well out of the watchful eye of race officials, cyclists had the chance to whiz by and grab a little helping hand for those tense moments after the finish line.

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