David McCann has claimed yet another Irish time trial championship, after posting a time nearly two minutes quicker than nearest rival Martyn Irvine. Behind McCann the times were close, with Aaron Buggle just three seconds off Irvine and fourth placed David O’Loughlin a further six seconds behind.
McCann’s victory over the 30.4 kilometre course gave the Irishman his second consecutive title. He has claimed the title on six occasions throughout his career.
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