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Three Winning Relay Teams in Nenagh

  • Posted on: 13 April 2008
  • By: mel

[acidfree:864 size=250] Galway City Harriers' Juveniles had three gold medal winning relay teams at the Indoor Relay Championships in Nenagh earlier today - GCH were matched only by Dublin club Dundrum South Dublin, who also had three winning teams. Congratulations to all the athletes and coaches.

Our photo, courtesy of Athletics Ireland, shows the U.13 Boy's Team on the podium. Just four teams qualify from heats for a final on the indoor track and the GCH finalists and winners are:

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Juvenile success at Connacht Indoor Chapionships 2008

  • Posted on: 20 March 2008
  • By: Vincent

GCH juveniles had a very successful competition at the Connacht indoors. Despite a number of high profile athletes such as Rachel Shaw away with the Irish squad in Portugal, Irene Gorman & Caoimhe Daniels Leaving Cert mocks & Rebecca Nolan injury, missing the event, there were many fine performances.

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Colm Wins National Juvenile Cross Country at The Curragh

  • Posted on: 27 November 2007
  • By: mel


G.C.H. athlete Colm Huges won the Boys U-12 National Cross Country Championships last Sunday at the Curragh. Colm bet a field of 144 young athletes in the 1000m race, who had all qualified from their Provincial Championships to compete at the Nationals. Our photo shows Colm finishing very strong ahead of the competition. Photo courtesy of Der O'Donovan, Athletics Ireland.

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County Galway Cross-Country Results

  • Posted on: 21 October 2007
  • By: mel

The County Galway cross-country championships were held earlier today at Dartfield, Loughrea. Senior and juvenile athletes from around the county competed for Senior, Intermediate, Novice, Veteran as well as Juvenile titles and G.C.H. had a number of medal winners.

Juvenile Results
G.C.H. had 3 individual winners in the Juvenile events. Colm Huges won the U13 Boys, Rachel Shaw won the U17 Girls and David Gow won the U17 Boys.

GCH teams won the U15 Girls, U17 Girls and U13 Boys events.

Final Streets of Galway Results 2007

  • Posted on: 16 August 2007
  • By: Vincent

We are pleased to be able to issue the final results for the 2007 FUTURE Streets of Galway 8k road race. The first 100 finishers can be viewed on this page and the complete list is available in the attached PDF file.

1 0:23:59 RYAN, Gerry Galway City Harriers AC Senior Men
2 0:24:07 MAHER, Brian Kilkenny City Harriers Senior Men
3 0:24:14 THORNTON, Gary Galway City Harriers AC Senior Men
4 0:24:25 YEATES, Richie Raheny Shamrocks Senior Men
5 0:24:41 TUREA, Sergiu Clonliffe Harriers AC Senior Men
6 0:24:51 O'CONNOR, Michael Galway City Harriers AC Senior Men

G.C.H. at National Juvenile Championships

  • Posted on: 17 July 2007
  • By: mel

A strong team of G.C.H. athletes travelled to the National Juvenile Championships in Tullamore at the weekend with their coaches and parents.

The highlight for G.C.H. was Rachel Shaw's win in the U16 Girls 800m in a time of 2:16.7. Rachel has just been selected for the Irish School's Home International Team to compete in Wales next weekend. Joining her will be three other Galway athletes - Rebecca Nolan from Oranmore in the 300m Hurdles, Cathriona Farrell from Athenry in the High Jump, and Eanna O'Cathain from An Ceathru Rua, in the Shot Putt.

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Indoor T&F Championships this Saturday, 6th January

  • Posted on: 3 January 2007
  • By: Vincent

The County Indoor Championships are on this Saturday at the indoor track in Nenagh, Co. Tipperary. The meeting kicks off with a 3000m for Senior athletes as the first event on the program at 10.30am.

With all the wind and rain recently wouldn't it be nice to go for a run without getting hammered by gale force winds, driving rain and even falling trees ( I had to jump a couple during a workout today)?

Indoor running is a very different experience to what most of us are accustomed to, and I would encourage those of you who haven't previously done so to give it a go. The shorter distance is useful for putting a bit of zip into your training and racing at this time of year.

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