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Are you ready to take on the Rooster Booster tomorrow

The newly revamped Castlebar Adventure Duathlon on Saturday March 14 was launched at the shores of Lough Lannagh recently by the noted endurance man Gerry Duffy, Gerry Duffy is no stranger to adventure racing and has competed on the circuit many a time, also there to lend her support was Joanne Grehan, CEO of Mayo Local enterprise, stating that this event will be huge for Castlebar.

Are you ready to take on the Rooster Booster?

The newly revamped Castlebar Adventure Duathlon on Saturday March 14 was launched at the shores of Lough Lannagh recently by the noted endurance man Gerry Duffy, Gerry Duffy is no stranger to adventure racing and has competed on the circuit many a time, also there to lend her support was Joanne Grehan, CEO of Mayo Local enterprise, stating that this event will be huge for Castlebar.

How to reach your finish line

Gerry Duffy a professional speaker and writer on motivation and goal setting, is coming to Kinvara on Monday February 23 at 7pm.

A running date with Gerry Duffy

Prolific marathoner and ultra marathonm runner, author, and professional motivational speaker Gerry Duffy will be in Saint Joseph’s National School, Rathwire next week for a seminar and run.

Big turn out for Kilmovee 10k

Kilmovee was buzzing on Saturday and there was more than just spring in the air. The crossroads on the R325 was full of orange clad marshals, dandelions lined the roadsides, tulips saluted from gardens, an array of green sun flowered Hospice t-shirts mingled with multicoloured runners and walkers, and sprinkled with a host of red and green Mayo AC vests. The yellow balloon arch at the start line did a spectacular malfunction which added to the excitement but did nothing to deflate the occasion. There was a record turnout of 545 entrants on a sunny Easter Saturday for the fifth Kilmovee 10k run and walk. This was the first event in Mayo AC's 2014 Move 2 Improve six race series, which is open to all entrants. It was excellently organised by Kilmovee Shamrocks GAA club and the local community in aid of Mayo/Roscommon Hospice. Ironman athlete Gerry Duffy was a guest and said: “It was the most friendly race I've ever been at, a fantastic event, testament to John Roddy's leadership and the involvement of the whole Kilmovee Community team.” The big field was well streamed out as they crossed over Aghadiffen Bridge into Roscommon after the 3k mark. Matt Bidwell, Roger Barrett, last year's winner Con Marshall, and Aidan Callaghan were in the lead group, with John Byrne - recovering from his PB run at last Sunday's Rotterdam marathon - and Timmie Glavey further back.

Mullingar Lions Club stepping out for mental health

Mullingar Lions Club is showing its dedication to mental health by launching three separate community initiatives. The club has taken a three-pronged approach to furthering its commitment to improving the understanding of mental health in the community.

Gerry Duffy tells of his journey to confident public speaking

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Speaking in public still remains one of the most common human fears, and motivational speaker Gerry Duffy’s intense fear of it was just one of the many obstacles he has faced since his life-changing moment in 1995. The athlete, author, entrepreneur, and coach will tell his story about how he overcame his pathological fear of public speaking this coming Tuesday January 28 to the public open night of the Athlone Toastmasters.

Westmeath County Enterprise Board hold information evening

On the morning of Tuesday October 15 Westmeath County Enterprise Board are hosting an event for both people already in business and those thinking of starting up a business to address any questions they may have.

Drum man to run four marathons for his daughter

This weekend will see the first event for a charity in aid of a very ill girl, with a sponsored run from Drum to Athlone Castle tomorrow afternoon, August 31.

Continent-crossing runner to visit Mullingar on charity 300 km run

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It is expected Mullingar’s own ultra-runner Gerry Duffy will be out to tip his hat to his world-renowned compatriot, Tom McGrath (61), who will be coming through the town on Thursday as part of a 300 km charity run for Crumlin Hospital.

 

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