The 13th running of the Fields of Athenry 10km will take place on St. Stephen's Day, December 26th at 11am. Elites, runners, joggers, Fit4Lifers, walkers, all welcome.
If you haven't entered yet, head on over to our slick new dedicated race website for all the information you could need. The race history & results, pacer information, entry information, photos & more.
AIT Baseline Indoor T&F Meet, Wednesday December 17th, AIT, 7pm start.
Athlone IT AC currently invites entries to the 2nd annual ‘AIT Baseline Indoor T&F Meet’ from athletes looking to lay down a marker for the coming indoor season.
This will be a low-key event where athletes will have the opportunity to test themselves over several non-standard distances on the state-of –the-art Athlone IT International Arena facility. Electronic timing will be available.
In honour of their father, who passed away earlier this year, the family of Tommy Madden have kindly donated two perpetual trophies for the first male & female winners of the Fields of Athenry 10km road race which is held every St Stephens Day in the town. To go along with that they have ordered exact replicas of their fathers very last national cross country medal which he won in 1966 & these will also be presented to the male & female winners of the race going forward.
With the 13th edition of the Fields of Athenry 10km road race fast approaching, Athenry AC have announced that they will once again be partnering with the Athenry Tidy Towns Committee for their popular annual event.
As previously, a portion of the proceeds of the race will go to supporting the ongoing work of Athenry’s Tidy Towns Committee. With the race expected to attract its largest field ever - perhaps in excess of 1,500 runners & walkers - it will doubtless be one of the largest sporting events that the town will host this year.
A lovely day and a good turnout for the Clarenbridge 10KM, last Sunday, 23 November. Congrats to the organisers on an excellently-appointed race and one that the local running community have taken to their hearts in recent years.
Congrats to all from Athenry AC who successfully competed on the day. We won the women's team prize while Jane Ann Meehan had a PB and was 5th finisher on what must be considered a very difficult course. The Garmin does not lie, see here. Mairead Sullivan & Marie Keary completed the women's team with a great run by Marie to receive her highest placing to date.