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Westmeath County Council hosted a civic reception on Monday to mark the recent sporting achievements of four Westmeath athletes.
Conceived two years ago, and taking 18 months of planning and 12 months of training for the two men to run the equivalent of five and a half days non-stop from Mullingar to Berlin, yet last Monday (August 2) Gerry Duffy and Ken Whitelaw finally crossed the finish line in Mullingar Town Park to complete the barely imaginable feat of running 32 marathons in 32 counties in 32 consecutive days.
The 32-county challenge in aid of Irish Autism Action comes to an end next Monday, August 2, in Mullingar. The two runners, Ken Whitelaw and Gerry Duffy, will be joined by Westmeath native Michael O’Leary on the final leg of their journey.
Irish Autism Action and Keith Duffy will launch a mobile phone recycling campaign in Kilkenny on Wednesday, July 7, as part of the ‘32 County Marathons Challenge ’.
Runners from all over Kilkenny are to take to Inistioge to participate in the 32 County Marathons Challenge in aid of Irish Autism Action.
August 2 will see runners from all over Westmeath take to Mullingar to participate in the 32 County Marathons Challenge in aid of Irish Autism Action.
The 32 County Marathon Challenge in aid of Irish Autism Action is calling for runners in Kilkenny to take part.
The momentum behind the 32 County Challenge fundraising event in aid of Irish Autism Action is building rapidly and Kilkenny people are getting fit in order to take part.