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Tuam AC Road Race on Sunday

Wednesday, 11th January, 2017 9:58am

Story by Billy Coss
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Tuam AC Road Race on Sunday

Photo: Ray Ryan

Tuam AC Road Race on Sunday

Photo: Ray Ryan

THE 13TH staging of Tuam AC’s 8k Road Race looks set to attract another bumper field on Sunday next, January 15, with entrants coming in from all over the country.
Since starting off with 130 competitors in 2005, the event has continued to grow in popularity and the new committee, chaired by Padraic Burke, hope this year’s entry can match or maybe exceed the 500-strong fields of recent times, especially with the increasing popularity of running.

Entry costs €20 and can be completed on the Athletics Ireland and MyRunResults websites. Participants can enter up to 1.30 pm on the day and a goodie bag is guaranteed for the first 300 entries.

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