Plans to return to training - no fixed date yet

  • Posted on: 17 May 2020
  • By: Una


Galway City Harriers has welcomed the announcement from Athletics Ireland that in accordance with specific government guidelines all clubs can return to limited activity from Monday 18th May. Athletics is one of the first sports to receive Sport Ireland and Government endorsement to return to activity and we thank the expert contribution from our working groups in competition, recreation and clubs.


All Club Training Sessions Cancelled until Further Notice

  • Posted on: 12 March 2020
  • By: Una

On the recommendation of Athletics Ireland ( all club training sessions are cancelled until further notice.

Updates on when training sessions will resume will be posted on the club’s social media outlets. We hope that everybody stays safe during this period.

Weekend Road Race results catch up

  • Posted on: 10 March 2020
  • By: Mags

Kinvara races. David Bohan  was the first man home in the Kinvara Half Marathon in 1:15:34. Jane Ann Meehan was the first woman in 1:23:12 followed closely by Gráinne Ní Uallacháin who came in second in 1:23:58. Néill Keane was second in the 10K in 36:44, with Diarmuid Hennessy third in 37:12. Well done to all the GCH competitors and our Fit4Life crew out in force in Kinvara. Link to Kinvara results:


Late February round up & Senior Indoors

  • Posted on: 9 March 2020
  • By: Mags

GCH at the Senior Indoors. A terrific two days of competition ended with two bronze individual medals and bronze relay team medals.  In the Senior men’s 200m Robert McDonnell ran a terrific 22.06 in the final to take National bronze. Terrific achievement for Robert who ran 21.9 seconds in his heat to qualify for the final. In the highly competitive Senior women’s 400m, Nicole Walsh battled bravely to claim bronze in the final posting a season’s best time of 55.20.