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Are you ready for Tonabrocky?

The Tonabrucky 6km Challenge celebrates its fifth year of existence this June and organisers are calling on all runners, walkers, and strollers to take part and make this year one to remember. The race, which is hosted by Rahoon/Newcastle Hurling Club, will take place on Saturday June 6 at 6pm.

Canavan qualifies for world champs

Galway athlete Neasa Canavan has secured a place in the Ironman World Championships which take place in Hawaii next year.

Foil, Arms & Hog - the dynamic trio

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THEY SURVIVED freezing temperatures in America, killer snails ‘down under’, tropical gangsters, and ‘too cool for school’ Californians. Intact and unbowed, they now take on Ireland.

NUIG students come second in national charity event Jailbreak

A number of students from NUI Galway have travelled all around the world without any money as part of the largest national student charity event, Jailbreak 2014, to raise money for Amnesty International and St Vincent de Paul.

Mullingar’s sailing club gears up to celebrate 50 years

Mullingar Sailing Club is 50 years old this year and will be celebrating with a commemorative publication to be launched in May.

Danny Dowling @ the Galway Comedy Festival

HE MAY call himself “Ireland’s slowest rising comedy star!” but Danny Dowling is all over this year’s Galway Comedy Festival both as a participant and an MC of what could be among the festival’s wildest and most outrageous nights.

Westport Folk and Bluegrass festival launched

The Westport Folk and Bluegrass Festival was launched in McGing's Bar, Westport, on Friday night last, May 17. The festival, now in its seventh year, will run over three days on the weekend of June 14 to 16. This year it will feature some 15 local, national, and international acts, including local band The Rocky Top String Band; Cork-based folk singer John Spillane; The Bluegrass Boogiemen from Holland; and 'The Queen of Banjo', Roni Stoneman from Nashville, who will be supported by fellow US act, Tumbling Bones.

Explore the world of water sports at the Galway Sea Festival

Organisers of the Galway Sea Festival have compiled a terrific programme of water activities to cater for all levels, so whether you are a first timer, or an advanced water dweller, the Galway Sea Festival is the place to be this summer.

Patient doctor conquers the ‘jaws’ of the Hawaiian waters

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Galway based doctor Katie McAnena has recently made history by becoming the world’s first woman to wind surf the Hawaiian wave “Jaws.”

New treatments in Sunrise Studio

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