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Byrne a clear winner

GCH’s Owen Byrne was the winner of Colemanstown United fundraising 10k on Easter Saturday.

Ready, set, go for the Streets of Galway

The 28th running of the famous Kearney Cyles sponsored Streets of Galway 8k road race takes place this Saturday ( August 10) at 7pm.

Costello named on Irish team

Sprinter Laura Ann Costello of Galway City Harriers has been selected to compete for Ireland in the European Youth Olympic Festival in mid July in Utrecht in the Netherlands.

Athenry athlete claims two Connacht cross country titles

The recent Connacht Cross Country Championships produced a host of sterling performances from Galway athletes.

Galway medallists on the track

Galway athletes took three golds at the recent Junior and u-23 National Track & Field Championships in Tullamore.

Galway athletes smash thirty seven-year-old national record

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Craughwell athlete Maeve Curley delivered a performance of a lifetime to come home 10th from 24 finishers in the 21st European Junior Championships.

Galway youngsters set new record

The Galway City Harriers’ victory in the boys’ u-13 relay was one of the highlights at the National Indoor Championships in Nenagh at the weekend.

Tribesmen lead Irish teams to victory

Three Galway veteran athletes, who qualified for the British and Irish Masters Home Nations Cross Country, were a central part of winning teams at the weekend.

Medal haul for athletes

Galway athletes took full advantage of the favourable conditions at the Athletics Ireland West Region Cross Country Championships for juvenile athletes aged under 11 to under 19 years. Hosted by Tuam Athletic Club, the championships saw a host of impressive performances from Connacht athletes. Individual titles were won by Liam Costello of Galway City Harriers in the u-11 boys, Annie Tynan Daly of Ballinasloe & District in the u-13 girls, Alanna Lally of GCH in the u-15 girls, and the Brassil sisters of Ballinasloe, Sive and Maeve, in the u17 and u-19 girls’ competitions respectively.

 

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