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Trek West Tours held an open day last week for local travel and tourism businesses in the beautiful outdoor playground that is north Mayo.
The increasingly popular cycling sportive, the Tour de Conamara, will take place on Saturday May 24, and Skoda Ireland will again be the title sponsor.
Westmeath is to continue in its pursuit of sporting excellence with the news this week that the national cycling championships are to be held for the first time in the county this June.
Westmeath can advance its already strong sport tourism product and grab an even greater slice of the €450bn global industry in the sector, the organisers of a major think-tank of international experts in the field in May have stated.
A Galway fitness coach who aims to help people achieve success in the popular RTE health and fitness programme Operation Transformation is warning people against giving up too many things as part of their New Year healthy living plan.
The majestic holy mountain of Croagh Patrick has been selected as one of only a handful Irish destinations which have been included in the just-published Lonely Planet's 1000 Ultimate Adventures.
The first annual Corribdale Duathlon will take place on Saturday in Oughterard Co Galway.
Westport was the venue recently for the second ever Mayo Cycling Championship. The event attracted the best cyclists that Mayo has to offer with in-form riders such as Patrick Clarke from Castlebar and professional rider Charles Prendergast from Louisburgh taking their place on the starting line along with 51 other cyclists from the nine cycling clubs in Mayo.
The Westport cycling challenge is bringing two days of great cycling to Mayo in two weeks time, where there is something for everyone.
Western Lakes CC savoured a great win against what looked like unbeatable opposition in Castlebar, beating the usually strong Westport Covies and Castlebar squads by 25 seconds and 75 seconds respectively. The five man Western Lakes squad had no room for error as they started with the bare minimum of five of which seven riders are the max per team.