Senior Racing

GCH ladies win at Galway Bay Half

  • Posted on: 8 October 2015
  • By: JoanneOB

Conditions were perfect??? Not a sentence we’ve heard a lot of lately in the West for any sport but once in a while it all comes together and we are blessed with the ideal conditions to run. Saturday was one of those days………….

Three events took place this year……… 10k, Half Marathon and the addition of a Marathon saw approx. 2600 runners invade the prom with their own individual missions….to participate…….finish……PB…….win!!!

Claregalway 10k results 2015

  • Posted on: 23 August 2015
  • By: JoanneOB

[acidfree:11207 title=" " size=750 align=center] Clare River Harriers never fail to put on a great race and 2015 didn’t disappoint with a well organised and exciting race at yesterday evenings Claregalway 10k. Flat for the most of this course this always brings home PB’s and is a target race for most athletes at the end of the Summer racing or for those targeting the Dublin City Marathon. Despite a very wet evening, the race was yet again a great success!!

Club Challenge - Event 5 Results

  • Posted on: 24 June 2015
  • By: Gerry

On a balmy Tuesday night in Dangan the first night of the county track and field championships doubled as round 5 of the GCH club challenge. 13 GCH athletes toed the line in the 3000 and 5000m races.  At the end of the night Majella Ní Chríocháin and Martin Kearney maintained their positions at the top of the table albeit with reduced leads.

68 GCHers have now scored in the club challenge.  Next up is the National Half Marathon in Dublin at the beginning of August.

 

GCH Club Challenge - Event 5

  • Posted on: 22 June 2015
  • By: Gerry

The county senior outdoors track and field championship sees leg 5 of the club challenge.  The events that make up this leg are as follows: 

  • 7:45pm - 3000m Women
  • 8:15pm - 5000m Men

There will be no GCH track training this Tuesday evening to facilitate the county championships so why not use the 3000m/5000m as your track session and gain some valuable points in the club challenge at the same time.

Entry can be done on the night or to speed things up can be done online at the following link.

Galway Track and Field Championships 2015

  • Posted on: 10 June 2015
  • By: JoanneOB

The dates and programme have been announced for the Galway Senior/Masters and Junior Track and Field Championships and details are below. Entry can be made on Athletics Ireland online entry system, and on the night on Day One. Both days will be held in Dangan, Galway City at the NUIG/RSC Track.

Day 1 is on Tuesday 23rd June from 7:30pm

Track Events:
7:45pm - 3000m Women;
8:15pm - 5000m Men

Field Events:
7:30pm: Triple Jump:
7:30pm: Javelin (women);
8:00pm: Javelin (men);
8:30pm: Shot Putt (Women);
9.00pm: Shot Putt (Men)

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Mayo AC / Baxter Streets of Castlebar 5k 2015

  • Posted on: 1 June 2015
  • By: Vincent

The Club Away Race was at the Baxter Streets of Casltebar 5k on Saturday 30th May. We had a bus organised from Galway and several members also travelled up under their own steam.

The weather had turned very wet and pretty windy and Aubree was the first to venture out for a warm up. The rest of us took shelter in race HQ at the Tennis Club, postponing the inevitable drenching.

Galway 5k Series Leg 5 - Galway Airport Route Map

  • Posted on: 21 May 2015
  • By: JoanneOB

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FLAT & FAST, (two words loved by runners)......let's hope for no wind!!!

Route map for the GCH leg of 5k Series which will be held at Galway Airport next Tuesday 26th May.

The course is a two lap course on the airport runway and surrounds. First lap is 2k followed by a 3km lap.

Parking is available for 500+ cars at airport grounds, which is on the R339 road just before Carnmore cross and is directly opposite Topaz garage.

2015 Manchester Marathon PB for Brendan Kennelly

  • Posted on: 23 April 2015
  • By: JoanneOB

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The pressure was really on in Manchester. Not alone had there been a slew of great times posted by GCH runners in Connemara last week but, even worse, Sarah had really upped the ante by posting a spectacular race report during the week. I was, it must be said, at a distinct disadvantage – I did not have a fiancée willing to cycle around the course supporting me and, more importantly, supplying interesting copy for my race report. Not to mention all the glamorous photos of Sarah in full flight.

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