Dublin Bay Running Club  


Welcome to Dublin Bay Running Club

Saturday 20th, October


Great performance at Gaelforce Howth.

Congrats to all who took on the Gaelforce 10k Saturday 13th October. Some great top placings for Dee, Ger and Stephen.  Well done to all others wherever you ran ! 

Looking for a good club ?  Come joins us !  


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D.B.R.C Chaela Gonda 5 Miler 2018 a huge success - Results and Phtotos now available on our EVENTS page


2018 Chaela Gonda 5 Miler



D.B.R.C Committee and Club Members would like to welcome you to the 2018 Chala Gonda 5 miler







Dublin Bay Running Club is based in Howth and our members include runners of all abilities. We meet and train in and around Howth three times a week, and our members run races every weekend - from parkruns to ultras! Our meet and train runs are friendly and welcoming, and our Tuesday night strength & conditioning classes are also open to non-members. We can help you improve your fitness whether your running your goal is to increase your pace, run longer distances or conquer hills! Check out our training timetable here.


Full membership is €65 which includes AAI affiliation & one club top. 
It's still €50 if you are a student or if you are unemployed !


Our club motto - “Me, We!”

Me, we.” by Muhammad Ali is the shortest poem recognised by Oxford University. Ali used it to sum up his career, as in there can be no “me” without “we” – the support of his family, his friends and his fans. It's same with our club...we only succeed when we work together.



The latest club news can be found here.



Through the East of Ireland Marathon Series, Dublin Bay Running Club aims to make running events such as 10kms, half marathons, full mararthons and ultra marathons affordable and convienient for the runners of Ireland. We aim to promote marathon running and to make the process as stress free and enjoyable as possible. All courses will be measured to full AAI standards and have a minimum of 10 Entrants. The races will be self sufficent to a degree although there will be a limited supply of water available on the day. There will be no extra frills like chip timing and finish gantrys. This is to keep the price down and keep the races as affordable as possible. Information on upcoming races can be found here





Committee Members


Chairperson - Ger Copeland

Vice Chairperson - Deirdre O'Malley

Secretary - John O'Mahony

Treasurer - Gary Seery

Welfare Officer - Colin Doolan

Acting PR Officer - Colin Doolan

Head Trainer - Ger Copeland



Contact us here.