Emily Kay

IRISH TRACK CYCLIST

MULTIPLE MEDALS – JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPION, WORLD CUP, EUROPEAN & COMMONWEALTH GAMES MEDALIST

Emily Kay is a female endurance track cyclist who competes for Ireland.

Born in the West Midlands, England and finding her love for cycling at the age of five. Emily has won multiple medals over her career so far including Junior World champion in the team pursuit, European silver medal in the Scratch race, Team pursuit and Madison, Commonwealth Silver medal in the Scratch race at the Gold Coast as well as multiple medals at World Cup level whilst part of the Great Britain cycling team. In 2019, she transferred her allegiance to Ireland – the nation of her grandfather’s birth who grew up in Clontarf, Dublin – making her international debut in Belarus later that year and winning Bronze in the omnium in early 2020. She will fulfil her childhood dream when proudly representing Ireland at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

Emily is passionate about encouraging more women and young girls to participate in sport, particularly cycling and has also talked openly about her own challenges with her mental health in overcoming an eating disorder. She is keen to share her own story to inspire others to value themselves and be comfortable with who they are.

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Emily Kay clinches bronze medal at Track Cycling World Cup in Canada
Emily Kay has claimed a bronze medal in the Women’s Omnium event at the UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Milton, Canada. Emily impressed throughout the four rounds finishing fifth in the Scratch race, first in the Tempo, eighth in the Elimination and ninth in the Points race for a total of 102 points. The Women’s Omnium was won by Jennifer Valente of the USA on 134 points with Letizia Paternoster of Italy claiming Silver on 114 points.
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Kay bags bronze for Ireland at Track Cycling World Cup in Canada
Emily Kay has won a bronze medal for Ireland in the Women’s Omnium at the UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Canada. The Coventry native, who transferred allegiance to Ireland in late 2019, impressed throughout the four rounds in Milton. On her way to landing the bronze medal, Kay finished fifth in the scratch race, first in the tempo, eighth in the elimination and ninth in the points race for a total of 102 points.
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Tokyo 2020: Team Ireland profiles – Emily Kay
Born in Coventry, Kay is an exciting relatively new Team Ireland member, who has been performing extremely strongly on the world stage in the Omnium in particular, including a podium finish at the UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Canada in 2020, where she won bronze.
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Emily Kay // Commonwealth rides can help make winning a habit

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Emily Kay // Rider Profile

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Emily Kay // Elite rider – Revolution Longest lap

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