It was another successful day for the club at the Loughrea AC The Grey Lake 10km race on Sunday with 4 members taking home individual medals from the race itself, with another 13 titles heading to Athenry in the Galway 10km Championships.
Mick Rice was first home for the club & finished third overall in 36.57. Gearoid Rohan was close behind in fourth to take 1st Over 40 with a time of 37.39.
Jane Ann was first lady home & sixth overall in 37.48 whilst Sinead Foran was 1st female Over 35 in 40.34.
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.
Well done to all the Athenry AC athletes running for various schools today - just shows how important regular training is! Also, well done to all Athenry AC athletes who helped make these semi-finals a huge success. Roll on the finals next Tuesday at the same time. Some great finals are in prospect.
Ray Somers took a long overdue maiden win on a scenic 5k route in Brooklodge yesterday. In a time of 18.04 Ray had a narrow 2 second victory over Paul Gately with Fergal Walsh a further 16 seconds behind in third.
Tomasz Kadzielawski narrowly missed out on a podium finish with an 18.41 whilst John Langan & Michael Duane also ran sub 19 to finish within the top ten.
The committee of the 'Run in the Woods' would like to thank everyone for their support in what was another very enjoyable day out. Many thanks to Vaughans for hosting us in the lounge for registration and refreshments. Thank you to Garda Mick McDermot for his assistance and guidance on the day. To Mick & all the crew at Coilte for allowing us to use this fabulous location. On the day we had numerous stewards who helped ensure things ran smoothly and to all of you a big thank you.