We were delighted to welcome Tomo Sarf and Richard Bolt from WMRA last Thursday to Clonmel to review plans for the 2022 World Masters Mountain Running Championships. As well as walking the course, Tomo and Richard brought over the event
Registration is now open for the Great Irish Trail Run in Clonmel on 19th June which gives runners the opportunity to pre-run/race the upcoming World Masters Mountain Running Championship course in September. Head over to www.imra.ie/events for details and registration
In Irish mythology, the Tuatha De Danann are the gods and goddesses of ancient Ireland and had a strong relationship with Ireland’s mountains. Thanks to Robert Malseed for writing this up. Long ago, when the ancient land of Ireland was
We're delighted to announce that registration is now open to this year's World Masters Mountain Running Championships For the Championship Race on Saturday 3rd, we have an early bird entry fee of €45 (up to 30th June 2022), which will
We are delighted to announce we will have Eoin Flynn as race announcer for the World Masters in September. It will be fantastic to have such a professional and well-known person commentating at the startline. Eoin brings with him a
A date for your calenders - Saturday 19th June The Irish Mountain Running Association (IMRA) are hosting a race on the route of the upcoming World Masters Mountain Running Championships on Saturday 19th June. This will be a great chance
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