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The 2012 triathlon racing season has come to an end and it’s now time to start thinking about the 2013 racing season.
So here we go again. For the next three days or so, Galway will be turned into a sort of mini-Olympic village where highly toned and tanned specimens of the human race will be brushing abs with each other, comparing their strokes and their gearsticks, holding spit-covered fingers to the wind to determine their chances of finishing or winning the Ironman series.
Galway’s reputation as a sporting bastion is to be further enhanced this weekend with the arrival of Ironman 70.3. The event is the first of its kind to be staged in the country and the city will welcome an influx of athletes and spectators as well as substantial media exposure all over the globe.
There is now just under a month to go until the inaugural Ironman 70.3 Ireland Triathlon race takes place in Salthill, and the organisers are looking for members of the public to get involved as volunteers.
Some of Ireland’s most popular celebrities will find themselves in unchartered water this September as they take part in the first IRONMAN IRELAND 70.3. Famous faces such as Today FM’s Ray D’Arcy and Jenny Kelly, singer Brian Kennedy, and TV presenters Gráinne Seoige and Katherine Thomas will all be seen participating in the IRONMAN 70.3 Team Relay. Roseanna Davidson and Keith Barry will also be in attendance to support the teams who all train at the same gym, Byrne Fitness in Dublin. Indeed Paul Byrne and Keith Duffy will both be competing on behalf of Irish Autism Action.
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As Galway prepares to host one of the most prestigious races on the international triathlon calendar next September, the Galway Triathlon Club will host an information evening on Tuesday November 23 at 7.30 in the Salthill Hotel.
The Ironman 70.3 Ireland competition will be flexing its muscles in Galway next year, bringing athletes from across the country and pumping €25 million into the local economy.
Swinford Tri Sports are organising a half Iron Man triathlon, called the Humbert Challenge on Sunday July 25.
IF I was never a Marvel fan before I certainly am now, as Iron Man 2 packs a punch with incredible action scenes and the clever development of main character Tony Stark - a man you would love to hate but end up adoring despite his obvious flaws, namely his huge ego.