Harriers V Cyclists 1930

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    Full title reads: "Harriers V Cyclists. Donore Harriers beat Irish Road Club in novel race over stiff course."

    Eire, Southern Ireland, Republic of Ireland.

    Runners and cyclists form up at start of race. They start running and riding their bicycles along the road course.

    They approach a wire fence, where the cyclists have to dismount. The runners make it look easy as they climb over a wall, cyclists have to lift their bikes over the obstacle.

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    01:43:36:00 / 01:44:56:00
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    1930-1939 Sporting Times
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