Official result and prize list attached.
We believe all errors have been squeezed out of this large data set.
Onwards to 2017...
Welcome to the new members of Fit4Life! Membership is still available for one more week. The next intake of new members after that will be April 1st. The Fit4Life programme caters for walkers/joggers and its aim is to get you running 5km! If you are interesting in joining us please follow the link below. Membership for 2017 is €35.
This is an outline list of the races which are likely/have been permitted for the first half of 2017 in Galway.
The list is not definitive and is likely to be added to or modified as time goes along.
It might help some to plan their events for the first half of the year.
The Allianz 5km Resolution Run which takes place on the 1st of January is a popular annual event. Numbers have grown since the inaugural race in 2010. This year 291 athletes ran the 5km route, starting at Nimmos Pier and finishing under the Spanish Arch after completing two 2.5km loops. The weather was perfect, dry with sunshine and blue skies! Spectators gathered along the route to cheers and encourage the athletes. Keith Fallon of GCH was the first person to cross the line, recording an impressive 16:06.
2017 membership for Athenry AC Fit4Life Is now open for the next few weeks. The cost for the year is €35. Please follow the link here.
We will meet in the church car park in Athenry for the first training session on Saturday 7th January.
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE IN DAYS FOR 2017 - On Monday the 9th January we will meet in the church car park in Athenry and every Monday and Wednesday night at 7:00pm thereafter.
This year there will be NO FIT4LIFE training on Saturdays.
Wishing everyone in Athenry Athletic Club a Happy New Year!
Registration for Athenry Half Marathon and Monivea 5km now open. You can register on our dedicated website.
If you would like to become a member of Athenry Athletic Club in 2017 please follow this link!
This years race was sponsored by Hygeia and we are very grateful for their support. Race Director Jim Leahy and his committee organised yet another very successful event. Now in its 15th year The Fields of Athenry 10km attracted 1031 athletes who took on the single loop of the 10km route which started at the train station and finished under the famous Arch. Weather conditions were perfect as we experienced the calm after storm Barbara! A headwind was reported for the first 4km after which the athletes experienced gentler and more pleasant weather as the sun appeared and it remained dry.