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Eoghan Clifford is a 40-year-old Irish Paralympic racing cyclist. He was born on 26 August, 1980 in Irish. He competes in C3 classification events. Clifford began his career in cycling in 2006, when he joined the Irish Paralympic team. He has since gone on to compete in the 2008, 2012 and 2016 Paralympic Games, winning a bronze medal in the C3 time trial in 2016. He has also won multiple medals at the UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships, including gold in the C3 individual pursuit in 2014. Clifford is currently a member of the Irish National Cycling Team and is coached by former Olympic cyclist, Sean Kelly. Clifford has an estimated net worth of $1 million. He has earned his wealth through his successful career as a Paralympic cyclist.
|43 years old
|26 August, 1980
|Bruff, County Limerick, Ireland
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He first entered Ireland's para cycling squad in 2014. The following year he qualified for the 2016 Summer Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro. He brought one gold and one bronze medal back with him.
Clifford lives with Charcot–Marie–Tooth disease, a hereditary motor and sensory neuropathy, but still races at a national level in able-bodied events.
Dr Clifford has worked as a full-time lecturer at NUI Galway since 2010. He has an interest both in Transport Engineering and Water Waste Engineering.
Eoghan Clifford (born 26 August 1980) is an Irish Paralympic racing cyclist competing in C3 classification events. Clifford has represented Ireland at both road and track disciplines and is a multiple UCI Para-cycling World Champion, winning the C3 road race and the C3 time trial in Greenville in 2014, the scratch race at the track world championships in Apeldoorn in 2015 and the time trial event at Nottwil in 2015. He also won a bronze medal at the track world champions for the C3 pursuit in Apeldoorn in 2015 and Montichiari in 2016.
Clifford was born in 1980 in Dublin and grew up in Bruff, County Limerick. He attended both Primary and Secondary school in Bruff. He cycled back and forth to secondary school daily. He moved to Galway, where he still lives, in 1998 to study at NUI Galway. He graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering (Environmental) in 2002. While at NUI Galway he cultivated an interest in rowing, which he still enjoys.