Galway County XC - Juvenile Results Day 1 & 2

  • Posted on: 14 October 2014
  • By: JoanneOB

Great performances all round for the GCH Girls and Boys Categories in the Galway County Cross Country.

Results attached

Photo's from the two days can be found be the links below
http://www.galwaycityharriers.com/albums/county-juvenile-cross-country-l...
http://www.galwaycityharriers.com/albums/county-juvenile-cross-country-t...

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Conamara 10K Race & Festival

  • Posted on: 24 September 2014
  • By: JoanneOB

The Conamara 10k promises to be one of the most scenic road races in Ireland, starting in Carna village, crossing the islands of Roisín an Chaladh and Muighnis, before reaching the turnaround point at Muighnis graveyard and heading back to Carna.

As well as being a stunningly beautiful route, the coastal run is flat and ideal for PBs. The race, organised by the Conamara club, TríSpórt, will be chip-timed and refreshments will be provided afterwards in Carna Bay Hotel.

The Conamara 10k will be open to runners, joggers and walkers. There will also be a number of fun runs for children.

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GCH Cross Country Training Days

  • Posted on: 12 August 2014
  • By: JoanneOB

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Matt Lockett has put together a comprehensive pack detailing all about Cross Country running and training.

There are a number of training sessions planned and all are outlined in the attached document.

Get down to the training session at Dangan Saturday 16th August warmed up for 10 am then sign up for the training session in Cong Saturday 13th September through the GCH training together Facebook page or by contacting Bernie Kelly.

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August Training Plans

  • Posted on: 5 August 2014
  • By: JoanneOB

Matt Locketts Training Plans attached for August.

Please note that GCH are welcome to join up with the GTC each Thursday.

Matt has also included a detailed formula for your training phases to strucutre your years training. Identify when key races are and have simialr phases to your training where you rest, build-up training, train hard, apply the finishing touches to your training and then race you key races.

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