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Athletics Ireland / Irish Runner Yearbook - Fixtures Listing

Irish Runner Yearbook 2017 - Fixtures Listing Deadline

Friday November 4th 2016


Irish Runners Setting the Pace


The Deadline for inclusion of Registered Events is Friday next, November 4th!


Message from Frank Greally, Editor, The Irish Runner

"The Headline Racing Fixtures - Road, Cross-Country, Marathon & Track & Field will be listed in a special section of Irish Runner Yearbook which goes to press in early November. This is an opportunity to have Events sanctioned by your County Board avail of FREE listing. The Irish Runner Yearbook is widely read, and will be used as a Reference Guide by several thousand runners when planning their Racing Calender for 2017

I would therefore be grateful if you could encourage Race Promoters in your area to apply Early to Athletics Ireland for a permit for their 2017 event. The Events Calender is already filling up at a rapid rate and it will be important for promotoers to get their Dates for 2017 sanctioned and listed

An event can only be listed in Irish Runner Yearbook if an application for an Athletics Ireland Permit has been made to the local county board. If the application has been submitted by the County Board to Athletics Ireland HQ, the listing can be published with the tag- Permit Applied For. Other events that have dates approved will have tag line Permit Granted.

Your help in putting the best shape possible on the Events Calender for 2017 will be greatly appreciated. The CUT OFF Deadline for 2017 fixtures listings in Irish Runner Yearbook is FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4TH. Events wishing to be listed MUST have their details submitted to Athletics Ireland no later than that date

Permit Queries should be directed to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , Athletics Ireland, Unit 19, Northwood Court, Northwood Business Campus, Santry, Dublin 9 T: 01 8869933

Best Wishes

Frank Greally
Irish Runner/Editor


Cork Permit Applications must be sent to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Secretary Cork Athletics, Dromina, Charleville, Co. Cork

Note : Processing of Permit Applications sent directly to Athletics Ireland (rather than Cork Athletics) will be delayed, as they will be returned to Cork Athletics, for consideration, before being sent back again by Cork Athletics, following approval, to Athletics Ireland.

County Board Monthly Meeting - Wed November 2nd
Permit Applications can submitted to Cork Athletics, up to this evening.  The signed permit MUST be submitted, along with the appropriate fee - emails and letters/notes are not acceptable.  Permit Applications can be submitted to Anne Murray (prior to 6:30pm this evening), or brought to the County Board meeting (commences 8pm)

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