Leinster Indoors 2020
Leinster Indoor Secretary
Entry Link for Day 4 Relays
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Congrats to all our athletes in during the 2019 Session at County, Regional, National & International Level.
Our 2019 Star Awards are this year in the Radisson Blu Hotel on Saturday 15th February 2020.
For anyone wishing to purchase tickets the link for online purchasing is below.
Leinster Star Award Winner 2019:
Male Adam Nolan St Laurence O'Toole AC
Female Chloe Hayden St Laurence O'Toole AC
Senior (Tie) Niall Harvey St Laurence O'Toole AC
Senior (Tie) Matthew Keenan St Laurence O'Toole AC
Senior (Tie) Molly Scott St Laurence O'Toole AC
Senior Mitchell Byrne Rathfarnham AC
Male (Tie) David Oghuvbu Naas AC
Male (Tie) John Grant Celbridge AC
Female Sarah Millea Celbridge AC
Senior Michael Kenny Kildare AC
Male Jordan Knight St Josephs AC
Female Sophie Jackman St Senans AC
Senior Ciara Deely Kilkenny City Harriers AC
Male Canice Whearty Oughaval AC
Female Helen Ikpotokin St Michaels AC
Senior (Tie) Seodhna Hoey Portlaoise AC
Senior (Tie) Nicole Kehoe Dowling St Abbans AC
Male Tadgh Donnelly Drogheda & District AC
Female Aoibhinn McMahon St Gerards AC
Senior Amy McTeggart Boyne AAC
Male Rafael McCaffrey Ratoath AC
Female Amy Callaghan Cushinstown AC
Senior Karen Dunne Bohermeen AC
Male Jack Saunders Tullamore Harriers AC
Female Katelyn Farrelly Tullamore Harriers AC
Senior (Tie) Nadine Donegan Tullamore Harriers AC
Senior (Tie) Liam Brady Tullamore Harriers AC
Male Charles Okafar Mullingar Harriers AC
Female Shauna Leydon Mullingar Harriers AC
Senior Vicky Harris Mullingar Harriers AC
Male Jack Forde St Killian's AC
Female Maeve Hayes St Pauls AC
Senior Peter O'Connor Enniscorthy AC
Male Jack McGlone Greystones & District AC
Female Roisin Treacy Ashford AC
Senior Niamh Kearney Sli Cualann AC
Athlete of the year Fionnuala McCormack Kilcoole AC
Jumps Ruby Millett St Abbans AC
Throws Niamh Fogarty Raheny Shamrock AC
Masters Anette Kealy Raheny Shamrock AC
Walks Oisin Lane Mullingar Harriers AC
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Notes from Higher Grounds - The ultimate altitude training travel guide
When Irish steeplechaser Elizabeth Egan was planning to visit Kenya for a training holiday a decade ago, she had difficulty finding information about the best places to visit, where to stay, and if it was possible for a female to travel alone. After weeks of searching, she stumbled across the website of Lornah Kiplagat’s High Altitude Training Centre (HATC) in Iten, and arranged the first of many trips to the ‘Home of Champions’. She knew then that this sort of information should have been easier to find, and in 2010, she set about researching a travel guide which would detail how to get to Iten and 14 other popular altitude training venues across the globe.
Notes from higher grounds: an altitude training guide for endurance athletes (Kukimbia Huru Publishing) is the product of almost 4 years of research, and provides the information that any distance runner or their coach would need to arrange an altitude training trip. Any athlete that wants to run with the Kenyans or stride along the Albuquerque trails made famous by Paula Radcliffe, can now do so. Ifrane, Mammoth Lakes , and Boulder have suddenly become more accessible, and places like Falls Creek and Addis Ababa are no longer reserved for elite athletes with connections there.
Egan says ‘I hope that Notes from higher grounds will enable more athletes to sample altitude training, East African running culture, and the beautiful mountain trails of places like Font Romeu, St. Moritz and Flagstaff’.
The 368-page full-colour publication includes practical advice, spectacular photographs, interesting features, and light-hearted blog excerpts detailing the author’s own experiences and observations. It is available to purchase through http://www.altitudetrainingcamps.com/.
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