Dublin Bay Running Club  

 

Welcome to Dublin Bay Running Club

Sunday 25th, August

 

Greetings all ! Dublin Bay Running Club is open for membership, membership for 2019 is just €75

For this €75, you get registered with Athletics Ireland, you get to be part of one of the best clubs in running, trained by a top coach, who has too many accolades to mention and will guide you to become the runner that you want to be. You also get one of the much sought after DBRC running tops.

We cater for runners from beginners to Ultra marathon runners, everyone is welcome and encouraged, we believe in the power of running and in the power of positive encouragement, so come and join us and be part of one of the most exciting running clubs in Ireland.

Training is every Tuesday evening, with multiple sessions available to suit all levels. Thursday evening is an open running session and we have a trail run for all levels every Saturday morning.

New for 2019, we will be taking part in Tri events, many of our members are involved in tri and Ironman events and will be training together this year and travelling to take part in events, so if you are interested in adding these disciplines to your training, or your looking for some tri training partners then why not join us.

Our club takes part in events all over the country and around the globe, a large group have just returned from a very successful and enjoyable trip to Lanzarote for the marathon, half marathon and 10K .

Sign up at dublinbayrunners.ie (on this website !)


Weekly Roundup Monday 19th of August 2019.

An unusually quiet week ! But we know for many it's head down time with the Dublin Marathon training in full swing and Berlin and other events on the doorstep. Best of running to everyone and remember if training hard to recover well and don't risk an injury. Your race will be a lap of honour as you gain the reward for all the good work.   So here's what we know about for this week. If you know anything we should know about, let us know ! 

 

The DBRC  Chaela Gonda 5 mile date has been annouced for Sunday the 6th of October. It's a classic race over a great course on the roads and trails of Howth Head.  Please everyone throw in your support by promoting the event, running or volunteering on the day. 

 

Here's the stats ! 

 

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Malahide:  Keith Kirwin  19m 28s

Collins Park:  Sarah Gahan 23m 42s (1st lady)  Kevin Greene  23m 52s  Ann Mc Donnell 25m 13s

Castletown:  Gary ODaly 22m 19s  Niamh ODaly  30m 22 s

River Valley:  Ann Marie Daly  30m 13s

Corkagh:  George Brady 18m 20s  (4th)  Mark Conlon 22m 49s  Colin Doolan 29m 14s

Poolbeg:  Stephen Egan 21m 38s

 

KILCOCK 10 from 10 (10 mile race) 

Gary ODaly 1h 14m 27s    Eva Tomonyiczka  1h  26m 37 s   Colin Doolan  1h 30m 43s

Niamh ODaly 1h 35m 11s   

Congrats and well done to all, whatever you do, do it in BLUE and keep us posted on your adventures !

 

Photo credits. Helen Smith , Ger Copeland, Gary ODaly. Thanks to all...

 

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. DBRC  5 mile at Howth 2018 Chaela Gonda mem.

2018 Chaela Gonda 5 Miler

 

 

 

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Full membership is €75 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 Webpage Gregory O'Beirne / Dashe Jordan

Head Trainer - Ger Copeland

 

 

Contact us here.