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The Ocean Spirit Leisure Centre at Hotel Westport was proud to receive the White Flag Award in October. This is the eighth year running that Ocean Spirit Leisure has retained the White Flag. It is the only comprehensive quality award for leisure facilities in Ireland, and underlines the Ocean Spirit Leisure Centre’s commitment to the highest standards in hygiene, maintenance and customer service.
On Sunday July 19 Norah and Gerry Walshe will once again host the annual gala summer barbecue in the gardens of Hotel Westport, in aid of multiple sclerosis.
Five Mayo leisure facilities and spas have received the 2010 White Flag Award.
The ninth and final race of the Vodafone C&C Cellular Mayo Road Race League takes place in Westport on Sunday December 27. It looks like being an exciting finale to another successful race series. Ninety eight men and 112 women athletes have won points in the eight races so far. The 2009 Race League has proved an excellent testing ground for the Fit4Life members who started their programme back in February. They have been training weekly at the five group sessions organised by clubs in conjunction with Mayo Sports Partnership. The Westport 5k will include a Fit4Life team challenge among the five groups.
The ever popular Westport 5K which fell foul to the weather has been refixed for Sunday, February 7. The event which takes in the final round of the 2009 Mayo Athletic Club, Vodafone, C and C Cellular road race league will get under way at 2pm in the west Mayo town. The race will be held over a flat accurate course on the streets of the town. Entries for the race will be taken in the dressing rooms at the sports centre beside Westport Athletic Club’s track from 12.30pm on the day of the event. There will be refreshments served at Hotel Westport where the race finishes and the prize giving will take place there also from 3.30pm. There will be prizes in the men’s category for the first three finishers overall, first three over 40s, first three over 50s, and the first junior u19. In the women’s section of the road race league there will also be a prize for the first three overall finishers, first three over 35s, first three over 45s, and first junior. There will also be a prize for the best team from the four Mayo Fit4Life group on the race. Entry for the event costs €15, and there will also be a presentation of the Irish Runner most improved athlete award for 2009.