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Darren Dunne and Lisa Horan took the major honours from the 10th anniversary Loughrea Triathlon on Sunday last.
t is hoped that the new and improved Athlone Regional Sports Centre will be ready to be launched in January 2015.
Another Galwegian will be heading to the Olympic Games in two weeks. Athenry's Paul Hession and Loughrea's Olive Loughnane will be competing on the track, and a third local, Tuam’s Pierce O'Callaghan, has been appointed as an international technical official for athletics.
Athletes with their families and friends, club coaches and officials, gathered at Gowran Park Racecourse on Friday night last. It wasn’t to run or train but to enjoy the cuisine and ambience of the racecourse restaurant while celebrating another very successful year for athletics in the county.
The jury in the inquest into the death of a nurse and her two children in Tipperary last year has heard this week that the Carlow driver involved in the accident could not have avoided the collision.
Friday night was awards night for the County Kilkenny athletics community. Athletes, family members, and friends gathered in The Parish Pump, Rosbercon, where they dined lavishly on the fine fare laid on by host club, St Joseph’s, under the guidance of super-cook Trudy Power.
Tourmakeady-based business rebuilding organisation, The Business Whisperer, has announced two heavyweight appointments to its board of advisors. These are international business coach and speaker Sue Stockdale, and agri-business expert Gerry Scully who is programme manager for Rural Development with Teagasc.