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Fenton Curley has completed the epic challenge that is the TransAtlanticWay ultra race, a cycle all the way from Derry to Cork City.

Fenton Curley has completed the epic challenge that is the TransAtlanticWay ultra race, a cycle all the way from Derry to Cork City.

Fenton Curley has completed the epic challenge that is the TransAtlanticWay ultra race, a cycle all the way from Derry to Cork City.

Fenton Curley has completed the epic challenge that is the TransAtlanticWay ultra race, a cycle all the way from Derry to Cork City.

Fenton Curley has completed the epic challenge that is the TransAtlanticWay ultra race, a cycle all the way from Derry to Cork City.

Fenton Curley has completed the epic challenge that is the TransAtlanticWay ultra race, a cycle all the way from Derry to Cork City.

Fenton Curley has completed the epic challenge that is the TransAtlanticWay ultra race, a cycle all the way from Derry to Cork City.

Fenton Curley has completed the epic challenge that is the TransAtlanticWay ultra race, a cycle all the way from Derry to Cork City.

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Fenton Curley has completed the epic challenge that is the TransAtlanticWay ultra race, a cycle all the way from Derry to Cork City.

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ONCE would have been enough for most, but Kenmare Cycling Club member Fenton Curley has now twice taken on as gruelling a journey as imaginable down Ireland’s west coast.

After partaking in the 2021 instalment of the TransAtlanticWay ultra race, Fenton decided to put himself through its rigorous paces by cycling the mammoth event again in 2022. Although the route may be scenic, it is not for the faint hearted, and the cyclists began their voyage on Thursday, June 9, in Derry at 5am before making their way down Ireland’s west coast and, eventually, finishing in Cork city.


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