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CREATIVE WRITING classes for beginner and intermediate levels will be held in the Galway Technical Institute in April.
Have you registered yet for the Run for Freedom? Are you following an Operation Transformation programme and want to do a 5k on Feb 23, like other OT followers are doing that day in Cork and Dublin.
Have you ever wanted to come up the home straight at Ballybrit with the sound of the crowd ringing in your ears?
Spanish runner Jaime Lobo set a new course record at the Conamara 10k in Carna on Saturday.
Former Olympian and cross-country athlete Catherina McKiernan was the first woman home in the inaugural Conamara 10k.
The Race2Glory was recently launched by Irish running legend and Olympian Catherina McKiernan in the Park Hotel, Kiltimagh. The inaugural 40 kilometre multi-sport adventure race takes place in Kiltimagh on Saturday July 16, incorporating a 10 kilometre mountain run, 23 kilometre cycle, and a seven kilometre river run. Kiltimagh provides an ideal setting for such an event, with the capabilities of its natural amenities to facilitate a multi-sport adventure race and a history of athletic success; as it was home to 1924 Olympian runner Sean Lavan.
Irish running legend Catherina McKiernan is coming to Kiltimagh to launch the inaugural Race2Glory Kiltimagh competition, which is taking place on Saturday July 16. Members of the public are invited to attend a question and answers session with Catherina McKiernan on Monday February 21 at 4pm at the Park Hotel Kiltimagh. Also in attendance will be Padraig Marrey, Race2Glory race co-ordinator and winner of Gael Force West 2010. This is a perfect opportunity for anyone who is intending to sign up for Race2Glory to receive the top level advice on preparing for adventure racing.
Irish running legend Catherina McKiernan is coming to Kiltimagh to launch the inaugural Race2Glory Kiltimagh competition, which is taking place on Saturday July 16.
As the latest statistics showed Ireland's unemployment rate continues to rise, 20 young people from across Ireland gathered in Galway last weekend determined to highlight their desire for much needed change.
This weekend Loughrea hosts a special athletic event as part of the athletic club's 40th anniversary celebrations.