Fit4Life is an initiative by Athletics Ireland for all runners whether you are a complete beginner or a regular jogging/runner. The programme will help you to achieve improved levels of fitness and wellness within the club structure in a fun and sociable environment. Participants are grouped by ability for training sessions allowing runners/walkers to train at an appropriate level. There is progression from walking to jogging to running so no previous experience is needed!
Please find attached a PDF (3.03MB) of the race booklet which was available at the race for free.
P.S. All previous booklets are stored in the following locations:
A huge crowd thronged Galway City centre yesterday afternoon Friday, 1 January 2016 for the 6th running of the Resolution Run 5k, West of Ireland style. Athenry AC were very well represented at the event, young and not so young. Nice to see Bernie Mulryan back on the roads after a long injury layoff but also a number of younger Athenry AC singlet clad athletes making it around, some in very impressive times.
Full result is attached in this article and at Red Tag Timing.
Following on from the enjoyment of last years #akwrunstreak I signed up once again in earnest to run 30 minutes or 5k per day for the month of December. Organised by Sean at Amphibian King it was just the target I needed to try get back on track with some training at the end of this year.
Men's Results 1st Mick Clohisey (Raheny Shamrock AC), 2nd Brendan Hargreaves (Dundrum South Dublin AC), 3rd Matthew Bidwell (GCH).
Women's Results 1st Marie Hyland (Crusaders AC), 2nd Jane Ann Healy (Athenry AC), 3rd Laura Shaughnessy (Loughrea AC).
Provisional result attached.
Race report and prize list to follow.
Provisional result from today's (Sunday, 20 December 2015) 4M in Abbeyknockmoy is attached.
More to follow.
The hat for 2015 was unveiled at the 9AM this morning...
Provisional result of today's (Sunday, 13 December 2015) road races in Kiltullagh are attached.
Congrats to Chris Deakin on a PB, getting close to 38 minutes for the distance - he looked very well coming though as well. Also good to see Liz Broderick back on the road after a serious setback in the week of the DCM which prevented her from competing, especially after having all the work done. Well done to all from the club for supporting the event, both on the road but organisationally too.