Results of a Race
The Martin Egan 10KM in Beagh took part on Sunday, 12 July.
The result and prizes are attached as PDFs. A set of photos are also to be found here.
Official result and medals attached!
Congratulation to all who turned up in Monivea last Saturday, 27 June, for the first Galway AAI Half Marathon Road Race Championship.
Jane Ann Healy, Clare Rowe and Mary Kealy were the first three women home (see above).
Oliver Mullins, Adam Leadbetter and Gearoid Rohan were the first three men home (see below).
Full list of medal winners - indivudual and team - is attached. Club secretaries of winning clubs will get them in due course for distribution.
Day 2 of the County Track and Field took place on Sunday 28th June at the Regional Sports Centre, Dangan. A small but very active Athenry AC team took home 15 medals, including a massive haul of 6 medals for Anne Lyng who only decided on the morning of competition she was going to compete. Anne took gold in 100m, 200, and 800m and silver in 400m, long jump and high jump. Yvonne Knight, who took a bit of persuading to compete ended up with 4 golds - 400m, LJ, discus and high jump.
A great evening for Day One. The results of all events are attached. They have an old-style 80s feel to them with a fixed-width Courier font and wide formatting.
Sincere thanks to Iain Shaw and Brian Bruton for a good night's entertainment...sorry...sport.
Onwards to this Sunday.
Congrats to all in Annaghdown on the 9th running of their 10KM on Sunday, 21 June!!!!! [It has always been on that day. What other road race in Galway runs on the exact same day every year?]
Official result attached.
The 2015 Galway AAI Half Marathon Road Race Championships will take place in conjunction with the Monivea Half Marathon Road Race on Saturday, 27 June.
Enter here (wufoo). Also entries on the day itself!
See report from the race here.
Race result is also attached.
A great turnout on a beautiful, if slightly windy, evening in Ballindine.
The fourth annual Mayfly 10km took place yesterday Sunday (24 May) in Oughterard. The course is a challenging one but ultimately rewarding as it takes in some of the most beautiful views along the shore of Lough Corrib.
Starting in the heart of Oughterard Viillage the race continued out the scenic Glann Road and along the lakeside on the high road and finishing back in the village.
Her second year to take part in this race, Deirdre Brophy, making her debut in Athenry AC colours, was the second woman to cross the line in 42.59 mins. Congrats Deirdre!