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May Newsletter

May Newsletter

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OUR NEXT RACE 

Our next BHAA race is the new Bristol-Myers Squibb 5K on this Wednesday, 2nd May at 7.30pm on the companies internal roads at their site in Cruiserath Road, Mulhuddart, Dublin 15.

The folks at BMS are all ready for us. There will be over 150 BMS participants and the all-important post-race reception is ready to go. The course has been fully measured. Its shaping up to be a great race.

 
Runners can save time by signing up online. Your number will then be waiting for you at registration. Or, alternatively, sign up on the night.

 
Further details are below so get signed up!

 

Bristol-Myers Squibb 5km 2018

Bristol-Myers Squibb 5km 2018
New BHAA Race – 2nd May Bristol-Myers Squibb Cruiserath Biologics 5km Race on our site in Dublin 15. With the BHAA, Bristol-Myers Squibb Cruiserath Biologics is pleased to launch a new 5K race held on the internal roads of the Cruiserath site in Dublin 15. The race starts at 7:30pm. Parking available onsite from the Cruiserath …

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RACE REVIEW 

Good weather for new 10K in St Anne’s Park, Saturday 7th April
Dublin City Council Runners Club promoted a new 10K combined race in the beautiful St Anne’s park. Despite the recent gloomy weather, the sun shone and it was dry. The race attracted 427 runners and there was a large contingent from the Lord Mayor’s 5 Alive series.
ArdMheara/Lord Mayor Mícheál Mac Donncha started the race. To mark the occasion,
thanks to sponsorship by DUCBCO credit union, there was be a commemorative mug for all entrants. It was a two lap race along the paths and through scenic tree-lined areas which included coastal views of Bull Island and Howth Head.
It received favourable reviews from the runners. There were refreshments afterwards and the traditional quiz with thirty prizes.
In good form and stepping up to the longer distance, for the third consecutive year, Mary Leech won the ladies race in 39.02. Joseph O Donoghue was the first man in a time of 33.10.
The race was delivered with 21 DCC volunteers. The race committee was Enda Currid, Jim Kelly, Phillip Matthews, Will Morris, Kevin O Connell and Bruce Phillips. DCC’s committee thanked all the volunteers and expressed appreciation to BHAA committee members who helped on race day and also for the prompt results.
The role and co-operation of the Lord Mayor’s Office and DCC’s Parks Department was acknowledged.

 

Runners FAQ

The new website is now bedded in and we do appreciate members continued patience while we get it back up to full functionality. We have been going over the rules and faqs from the past. We are going to try answers all questions runners might have. So we want the BHAA members to ask what questions need answers. Do you want to know more about runners standards, or how to put a team together?
Let BHAA know your questions.

Mail us at info@bhaa.ie 

 

Logging on to our new website

Now all members can log on to bhaa.ie. Once logged on, you can see your past race payments, update your personal details and sign up for your next race. We hope to add extra options to the member’s areas soon to allow members update their team or company etc.

Logging on is easy, click LOG IN at the top of the website

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If you cant remember your password, just click the link lost your password. A new password will be emailed to you.
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ESB 5km Beach Race 2018 Sandymount

ESB 5km Beach Race 2018 Sandymount
5k on Sandymount Strand Tuesday, 15th May 2018 at 7.30pm. With the BHAA, ESB Athletics Club is delighted to host a 5k beach run on Sandymount Strand. Race registration is at the Clanna Gael Fontenoy GAA Club, Sean Moore Park between 6.00-7.00pm. The race start is at 7.30pm. Changing facilities and showers will be available at the clubhouse, …

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Government Services 5Mile 2018 Dunboyne

Government Services 5Mile 2018 Dunboyne
Government Services 5Mile 2018 Dunboyne. Tuesday 29th May will see the 13th running of the Government Services 5 Miler in Dunboyne.In recent years we have been lucky with the weather so hopefully, the Gods will be kind to us again. It is very nice to be in a position to welcome our fellow BHAA stalwarts, club athletes and local community-based …

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