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John Greaney and Regina Casey, both Galway City Harriers, were the winners of the third race of the 5km series in Craughwell.
Sean Breathnach of GCH produced a fantastic result at Sunday’s AAI Indoor Games in Athlone in the shot put, throwing a lifetime best of 17.14m.
Tuam will host National Cross Country Championships next February - the first time since 1999 a national event has been held in County Galway.
Alanna Lally was the well-deserved winner of Athletics Ireland’s Tailteann Schools Award at the annual national awards ceremony in Dublin recently.
Con Doherty (Westport Tri) is no ordinary talent; he can dig deep when necessary and has the cutting edge to win as he has done in his age bracket at world level. In Ballinrobe he faced stiff opposition from Galway Tri man John Greaney who has racked up numerous wins this year against elite senior opposition, Greaney is a formidable runner and can hold his own on the bike, he won in Ballinrobe festival Duathlon last year and was the favourite again this year.
Martin Fagan of Mullingar Harriers led home almost 2,400 finishers in Saturday’s 29th Kearney Cycles Streets of Galway 8km road race.
The 29th running of the Streets of Galway 8K road-race will take place at 7pm on Saturday.
All roads led to Tuam for the final event of the 2014 Galway 5k series, and Galway City Harriers continued their dominance, taking seven of the top 10 places.
John Greaney of Galway City Harriers was forced into third place in the second of the six-race County Galway 5km series race held in Loughrea.