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  • Irish Mountain Running Association
    Callaghan 7 M40 7 29 Noel O Leary 7 M40 7 31 Don Hannon 8 M40 8 31 Lorne Gallagher 8 M40 8 31 Fitzgerald Kevin 8 M40 8 34 Torben Dahl 9 M 9 34 John Mollohan 9 M40 9 36 John Foley 10 M40 10 36 Paul Tierney Nenagh 10 M 10 38 Ger Griffin59 12 M50 12 38 Juraj Karcak 12 M40 12 38 Eugene O Brien 12 M 12 41 Damien Holian 13 M40 13 42 Mags Fitzgerald 14 F 14 42 Michael Kilkelly 14 M40 14 42 Adrian Tucker 14 M50 14 45 Gerard Down 15 M50 15 46 Russell Palmer 16 M 16 47 Roger Derowski 17 M 17 47 Daniel Whittaker 17 M40 17 47 John Oflynn 17 M40 17 50 Barry Drennan 18 M40 18 51 Tony Sullivan 19 M 19 51 Paul Cleary 19 M 19 53 Kevin Murdock 20 M40 20 53 Kieran Sullivan 20 M 20 55 Billy Waters 21 M 21 55 Kevin Mcgrath 21 M 21 55 Jim Breyfogle 21 M 21 58 Graham Cotter 22 M 22 58 Joe McKenna 22 M50 22 60 tony collins 23 M50 23 60 Peter Power 23 M 23 60 Robert McEvoy 23 M 23 63 Dylan Waldron 24 M 24 63 Denis Cogan 24 M40 24 63 Maurice Keller 24 M 24 66 Martin Francis 25 M50 25 66 marek jezierski 25 M40 DNF 25 68 Peter McKay 26 M 26 69 Ray Chambers Curtin 27 M 27 69 Joan Ryan 27 F40 27 69 Deirdre O Riordan 27 F40 27 72 Karina Jonina 28 F 28 73 joe carey 29 M40 29 73 Ted O Leary 29 M40 29 75 Kieran Lynch73 30 M40 30 75 Malcolm Cuffe 30 M 30 75 Michael Hallahan 30 M40 30 78 Pedro Farinha 31 M 31 78 Barley Williams 31 M50 31 78 Ronan O Reilly 31 M40 31 81 Helen Weir 32 F40 32 81 David Hodge 32 M40 32 81 Keith Mulvey 32 M40 32 84 Hannah O Kelly 33 M 33 85 Joseph Fitzgibbon 34 M40 34 85 Rachel Burgess 34 F40 34 87 Patricia Blackburn 35 F40 35 87 Robbie Williams 35 M 35 87 Denis Hogan 35 M 35 90 Patrick Quinlan 36 M50 36 90 Sean Burke 36 M40 36 92 Dave Higgins 37 M 37 92 Denzic Jacobs 37 M 37 94 Linda O Connor 38 F 38 95 Louise Reilly 39 F 39 96 John J Barry 40 M50 40 96 Donnach O Brien 40 M 40 98 Denis O Brien 41 M50 41 99 Patrick McGowan 42 M 42 100 Geraldine O Sullivan 43 F50 43 101 fergal murtagh 44 M40 44 102 Declan McElroy 45 M50 45 103 Eoin Fegan 46 M40 46 104 Cezary Lubinski 47 M 47 105 Francis McManus 48 M 48 106 Sarah Mulcahy 49 F 49 107 Bertie Harte 50 M40 50 108 tim crowley 51 M 51 109 Anthony Sheridan 52 M40 52 110 Stephen

    Original URL path: https://www.imra.ie/leagues/view/id/247/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Irish Mountain Running Association
    race start Runners must sign an entry list at the start of every race when they will be issued with a race number Runners must be aware that Mountain Races are run over rough uneven and slippery terrain may involve steep ascents and descents and routes can be in close proximity to cliffs Runners must be aware that decending runners always have the right of way Runners must be aware that weather conditions at the start of a race are no guarantee of the conditions later on in the race or at a different point on the race route A clear mountain at the start of a race can be covered in mist with visibility down to 5 metres within a short time In the event of bad or changeable weather conditions runners must carry additional equipment e g rainproof gear whistle food map and compass Not all race routes will be marked If the route is not marked runners may require navigational skills and familiarity with a map and compass All runners must report to the finish marshal whether they complete the full race route or not If you do not cross the finish line at the end of

    Original URL path: https://www.imra.ie/safety/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Irish Mountain Running Association
    an IC races also to be at the same time a MC or LC races The Connaught Championship has two races over the same weekend How do I join the Irish Mountain Running Association By signing up to MyIMRA online and then purchasing your anual membership online Registration lasts for a calendar year There is a 10 annual registration fee 5 for juniors OAPs What is the fee to do a race Race fees are 7 with reduced entry of 5 for juniors OAPs Who does Mountain Running League races can attract over 200 runners ranging in age from 14 to 75 and all levels of ability Championship running is more specialised with smaller numbers racing on unmarked courses in all weathers Runners may find themselves on their own in mist on exposed mountainsides with the potential of exposure to steep cliffs As a result they need to be comfortable with this and be able to navigate using a map and compass Beginners should try some of the shorter league races which involve less climb and easier terrain As you get fitter more ambitious and navigationally competent you could progress to running up some of Ireland s highest peaks Is Mountain Running dangerous First off it is an adventure sport and you do compete at your own risk That been said if you are sensible and tackle something within your ability range the risks are consistent with falling while running on rough ground A beginner should not consider emulating an elite runner down a scree slope or venturing out on an open mountain without protective clothing or the means and ability to find their way See safety statement What do I need to Mountain Run The only specialised equipment is the footwear Normal road running shoes are not suitable for descending A good idea is to come along to a league race with whatever shoes you have take it easy coming down and ask the regulars to see their shoes Most runners use fell running shoes these have rubber studs A popular brand of these are Walshes or Inov 8s and are most commonly bought on line but try someone else s first for size as they can be narrower than other shoes Trail running shoes are becoming very popular They are a compromise between grip and shock absorption Salomon Asics PUMA and Adidas do good trail shoes Under good conditions Mountain Running is done in shorts and a flow top but race organisers can insist on full body protection and or waterproofs Races in the NC navigational challenge have a basic kit requirement which all runners must carry What is the Navigational Challenge This is a series of three races which in total distance come to 50km each one longer than the last To complete the challenge you must do all three These races are open to mountain navigators only The only information you have in advance is the starting point and the distance Route details are issued 30

    Original URL path: https://www.imra.ie/beginners/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Irish Mountain Running Association
    High Performance Strategy 2008 2010 IMRA team management guidelines Irish European World team individual placings Irish European Results Percent Irish World Results Percent World European Trials Results 2000 2011 British and Irish Junior Results from 1996 Safety Beginners Internationals Wicklow

    Original URL path: https://www.imra.ie/internationals/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Irish Mountain Running Association
    a mountain environment for the duration of the attempt It is against the spirit of the event to have a pacing runner or navigational support Route choices on a tarred road are permitted but no transport of any kind Food dumps and logistical support along the route are allowed Competitors must have logistics and a plan in place in case of injury or adverse weather conditions Many of the areas visited during the Round have little or no mobile phone coverage The Wicklow round is a recognised qualifying event for the UTMB worth 3 qualifying points Disclaimer This is a personal challenge IMRAs only involvement is to agree to record attempts Neither IMRA its servants or agents can accept any responsibility of any nature or kind for loss damage or injury suffered by a participant who takes part or attempts the the Wicklow Round Each participant takes part at their own risk and is fully responsibility for their own safety support and equipment History of the Wicklow Round The Wicklow Round started out as a longer route than the current and with a slightly different ruleset based on feedback from runners a special sub committee consisting of Tony Kiernan Brendan Lawlor Brian Bell and Joe Lalor made various amendments to the original route in the process shortening it by about 18 20km The original route can be viewed here Route and Low Resolution or High Resolution Results Records The list of sub 24 hour completions of the Wicklow Round is as follows listed in date order 1 Moire O Sullivan F May 29th 2009 22 58 30 Splits 2 Eoin Keith M40 May 30th 2009 17 53 45 Splits 3 Paul Mahon M Paul Nolan M Jason Reid M Friday 5th June 2009 19 39 25 Splits 4 Adrian Tucker

    Original URL path: https://www.imra.ie/wicklowround/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Irish Mountain Running Association
    O Murchu Equipment Officer brian omurchu at imra dot ie Karen Devenney Results and Records Secretary karen devenney at imra dot ie Brian McGuckin Safety Officer brian mcguckin at imra ie Brian Flannelly Regional Representative brian flannelly at imra dot ie Pat Ryan High Performance pat ryan at imra dot ie Gerry Brady WMRA Rep gerry brady at imra dot ie Eoin Keith Webmaster eoin keith at imra dot ie

    Original URL path: https://www.imra.ie/contacts/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Irish Mountain Running Association
    Runners Club100 Forum Carpool Volunteer Register for MyIMRA Log in to MyIMRA Irish Mountain Running Association Constitution Irish Mountain Running Association Competition Rules Safety Beginners Internationals Wicklow Round Contact Constitution Links Reading Archive Forms Privacy Policy Email Address Password Forgot

    Original URL path: https://www.imra.ie/constitution/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Irish Mountain Running Association
    Federation Junior Fell Runners UK Mountain Organisations Mountaineering Council of Ireland Simon Stewart s Mountain Views Irish Mountaineering Club Kerry Mountain Rescue Team Glen of Imal Mountain Rescue Team Dublin Wicklow Mountain Rescue Team Mountain Meitheal Irish Adventure Racing Simon Stewart s Irish Hillwalking Site Mafikeng Scouts Irish Running Organisations Athletics Ireland Irish Runner Old IMRA site Ultrarunning Ireland Business Houses Athletic Association Dublin City Marathon Dublin Women s Mini Marathon Local Hill Running Groups Crusaders Athletic Club Dundrum South Dublin Athletics Club Dublin City Triathlon Rathfarnham WSAF Races Events Matterhorn International Mountain Race Sierre Zinal Mountain Race Snowdon International The Ben Nevis Mountain Race The Bob Graham Round Olympus Marathon Manx Mountain Marathon Challenge Cader Idris Fell Race Thyon dixence AR up North Carlingford Lough Endurance Challenge Ultra Marathon Running Training for Mountain Running Hill Running School in Switzerland Ulster Sports Academy Accommodiation Hostel in Aughavannagh Jimmy Stewart ex IMRA Ben Nevis area McCarthy s Lodge Westport Altitude Guest House Addis Ababa Publications Trail Runner Magazine Mountain Magic latest outdoor news Outsider Magazine Trail Guides Series Stanfords maps Cicerone Guide Books Mud Sweat and Tears Mountaineering Books Orienteering Irish Orienteering Mourne Mountain Marathon Commercial Guided walking mountaineering Spain ShoeGuide

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