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Athletes gear up for cross country championships

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The first day of the Galway County Cross Country Championships will take place at the Palace Grounds in Tuam on Sunday (October 7), with a start time of 1pm.

Shaughnessy shines despite tough running conditions at nationals

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Galway's Laura Shaughnessy was on the podium at the hugely competitive National 10k road race championships in the Phoenix Park on Sunday.

Galway athletes ready to make history

The Galway City Harriers junior men’s cross country team become the first to represent the club at European level, having won the National Championships in November in the Junior (U20) men’s event.

Ballinasloe's Burke wins national walking title

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Veronica Burke, of Ballinasloe and District Athletic Club, secured a famous victory at the Irish Life Health National 20k Race Walking Championships,

Galway athletes make national breakthrough

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Harriers coach Matt Lockett has been appointed Irish U20 team coach for the European Cross Country Championships in Slovakia on December 10.

Galway athletes shine

Galway athletes will compete across the 10-race programme of this season National Cross Country Championships in Abbottstown, Dublin.

More than six-hundred athletes to contest county championships

Galway athletes are facing into a busy weekend of both local and national events, kicking off National Indoor League in Athlone.

Galway ready to strike at cross country championships

Galway senior county and city teams will compete in the fastest cross country race on the calendar, the National Novice championships.

High hopes for cross country runners

Galway teams will attempt to retain their national cross country team titles on Sunday at the national championships in Abbotstown, Co Dublin.

O'Connor prevails in cross country battle

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Brian O'Connor of Galway City Harriers won the county senior cross country title for the first time in Tuam on Sunday.

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