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Galway Triathlon Club's Kevin Thornton was triumphant in the longest race at Lough Cutra Castle Triathlon, in Gort on Sunday.
On Saturday September 13, Kilmore Triathlon Club is hosting the Blacksod Point Challenge national series race.
Run or Dye, the world’s most colourful 5k run, is making a splash in Lough Cutra Castle in Gort on Saturday September 6. It's the fun, friendly event for all the community, where colour is the name of the game. Hundreds have already registered, so if you're up for a bit of colour in your life - log onto http://uk.runordye.com/ today. Remember Run or Dye not just for runners, it's for walkers and joggers too, regardless of age, athletic ability, shape or size, everyone is welcome—from parents and children to professionals and students. Just come dressed in white and ready to have fun!
David Brennan who started the season injured came through strongly in the closing rounds of the Mayo Cycling League to win the league outright, consistency was the key by racing hard in all of the eight rounds spread around the county. Brennan scored points in all bar one round, showing super concentration and wily tactics. The league comprises 16 time trials, six road races, with some of them handicapped, and finishes with a 10k hill climb. To win the winner has to be a complete all rounder while making the best use of his/her club to help secure points.
Funding to develop a 200 metre running track, along with training areas for the all the major sports codes, for the east side of the city is being sought.
Westmeath can advance its already strong sport tourism product and grab an even greater slice of the €450bn global industry in the sector, the organisers of a major think-tank of international experts in the field in May have stated.
The fog cleared just in time for 300 competitors from all over Ireland to descend on Blacksod for the highly successful Blacksod Point Challenge triathlon, which was won by Kevin Thornton of Base2Race who left the field behind him and broke the course record.
Galway Advertiser GAA correspondent and All Ireland winning captain, Ray Silke, has been chosen as one of the first inductees of the University of Limerick Sports Hall of Fame.