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Runners and walkers who wish to help the Galway Hospice while engaging in exercise can do both when they take part in the 32nd Claregalway 10K Road Race which will be held in the village at the end of next week.
“How time flies” was the comment of Brendan Conwell as he took a break from organising the 24th edition of the famous Balla 10K which is fixed for Saturday evening July 23 at 7pm. The man behind the event since its inception in the early 90s looks back fondly on the many enjoyable but sometimes stressful moments associated with organising a highly successful annual fixture like this.
Autumn temperatures soared on a sunny sporting Sunday at the fifth Breaffy 10k. It was also the final race in Mayo AC Vodafone 2015 Move2Improve series. The conditions were welcome but made extra demands on endurance and energy over the testing undulating terrain.
Mayo AC had 16 runners in the recent National 10k Championships and came away with medals in team and individual sections. Results published by Athletics Ireland show that in the women's o35 Mayo AC won team gold - led home by Colette Tuohy, Mary Gleeson, and Chris Gallagher - a wonderful performance to be first of 29 club teams in this category and retain the title they won in 2014.
Any one of the hundreds of people who have taken part in the annual Clare Island 10k run/walk in aid of Cancer Care West, understand what makes it such a unique event.
"One of the best organised races around" was the verdict of one experienced club runner on the scene for 30 years. It was a comment repeated by many who flocked to Kilmovee for the sixth annual 10k on Saturday which was organised by John Roddy and the whole Kilmovee community, Kilmovee Shamrocks GAA club, and many volunteers. Their plan is to improve year on year and the evidence is clear.
This year’s Clare Island 10K takes place on Saturday April 18, and a limited number of places are still available.
Towey’s SPAR Express Topaz is helping the Kilmovee 10k Road Race spring into action as main sponsor of the event. The race takes place just outside Ballaghaderreen during the Easter weekend on Saturday April 4 to raise funds for the Mayo Roscommon Hospice and Kilmovee Shamrocks GAA Club. The Kilmovee 10k Road Race is in its sixth year and saw more than 500 runners competing in the event last year.
The sixth year of the AAI approved Clarenbridge 10k takes place Sunday at the Brothers of Charity Kilcornan grounds in the village.
This first Broadhaven 10k run, jog or walk will take place on Saturday, November 8 at 1pm. All are welcome to take part in the fully insured, measured course over rolling hills and beautiful scenery, set overlooking the idyllic Broadhaven Bay. There will be parking facilities provided at Aughalasheen NS with food and refreshments after the event.