Katie George-Dunlevy finished first to win gold with her partner Linda Kelly at the UEC Paracycling European Championships TT in Austria.
Born in England, Katie represents Ireland as her father John Dunlevy is from Mountcharles. She is a current Paralympic champion.
Dunlevy and Kelly, a relatively new pairing, continued their winning streak from the World Cup to claim a third consecutive win as they went fastest in the tandem time trial .
The duo completed the course in 32 minutes 9.46 seconds, 32 seconds quicker than British riders Sophie Unwin and Jenny Holl.
Dunlevy told RTÉ: “Absolutely delighted with that and the European Championship jersey is something we really wanted coming here.
“It was a challenging course; it was a different course to last week in Germany and just thrilled with that.”
Dunlevy was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa (RP) aged 11 and is registered blind.