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Castlepollard 5KM 2019
Castlepollard 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-14 14:41:01
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°40'45"N - 7°18'6"W
  • This is a photograph from the Castlepollard 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019, which was held in Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 14th August 2019 at 20:00. The race is hosted by North Westmeath Athletic Club. This race is the penultimate race in the Kia Race Series 2019. The weather was very changeable this evening and was not very suitable for racing. The participants had a very stiff breeze in their faces on the outward stretch and all the way to the 2KM mark within Tullynally. This then became a helpful tailwail for the final KM of the race. There was a heavy shower of rain just before the start of the race. Starting off many years ago the race was very much a local affair drawing runners from the sounding areas of Mullingar, North East Meath, Cavan, and Longford. However, the race has grown in stature and popularity over the years and is now one of the most well attended road races in the midlands and sees participants from all over Ireland. The race offers prizes in all categories. The Castlepollard 5KM Road Race attempts to support young runners and walkers by organising a range of underage races around the town square before the adult race at 20:00. Profits from the race go towards grassroots athletics in the region - North Westmeath Athletics, Schools Cross Country, and local community games. As summer moves into autumn the Castlepollard 5KM can be considered as the 'unofficial ending' of summer evening road racing in the midlands as with the fading light of the late summer evenings there are less opportunities to hold races in the evening time. Castlepollard is a small town located in North County Westmeath amongst the lakes of Lough Lene and Lough Derravagh. One of the show pieces of the race landscape is Tullynally Castle which provides almost 2.5KM of the race route. The name Tullynally is an adaption of 'Tulaigh an Eallaigh' – the Hill of the Swan. The hill overlooks the mythical Lough Derravaragh. Irish folklore legend names the lake as where the Children of Lir, who were turned into swans, were destined to live for 300 years. Tullynally Castle is still a family home to this day. It provides a dramatic and historic setting for the race. The race begins near the center of the town square and proceeds directly out the R395 towards Coole and Edgeworthstown. The first KM is flat and quick allowing the field to spread out. The race then enters the Tullynally Castle estate and proceeds up the tree-lined avenue. Underfoot conditions are good on well maintained tarmacadam roads. The gardens, like the castle are on a grand scale, taking in nearly 12 acres. This allows the race to make a big loop of the gardens with a quick downhill stretch followed by a sharp climb (passing the Castle) before the race rejoins its outgoing path for the final 1.5KM of the race. The final 1100M from the archway gate of the Castle grounds to the finish is as the first - fast and flat and allows for a great finish passing the GAA grounds with finish line just outside the local Fire Station. This year almost 350 took part in the race. It goes without saying that the Castlepollard 5KM has become one of the "must do" road race events in the midlands. Everything that is good about club road racing in Ireland can be found here. There is a great community atmosphere about the race. A very find spread of refreshments are provided afterwards in the Hotel Castlepollard where prize-giving and chatting goes on late into the evening. Electronic Timing and Event Management are provided by Popup Races and their website is www.popupraces.ie One of the enduring symbols of the Castlepollard 5KM is the tireless work of Andy MacEoin of North Westmeath AC who has been a visitor to almost every road race in the Midlands and beyond over the past number of months to publicize the event. Many of the participants tonight will have seen Andy's strategically placed advertising signs around other road race routes. Certainly this work, and that of many other members of North Westmeath AC, has paid off well. Photographs We have a full set of photographs from tonight's race which is available on our Flickr photostream: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710303936276 We have photographs from seven of the previous Castlepollard 5KM road races - 2012 was missed. They are available here on Flickr: Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2018: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157700238076885 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2017: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157684179507162 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2016: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157672157788196 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2015: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157656750245820 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2014: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157646408272725 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635070120285 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2011: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157627404031092 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2010: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157624655001130 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2009: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157622023529006
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Castlepollard 5KM 2019
Castlepollard 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-14 14:40:56
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°40'45"N - 7°18'6"W
  • This is a photograph from the Castlepollard 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019, which was held in Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 14th August 2019 at 20:00. The race is hosted by North Westmeath Athletic Club. This race is the penultimate race in the Kia Race Series 2019. The weather was very changeable this evening and was not very suitable for racing. The participants had a very stiff breeze in their faces on the outward stretch and all the way to the 2KM mark within Tullynally. This then became a helpful tailwail for the final KM of the race. There was a heavy shower of rain just before the start of the race. Starting off many years ago the race was very much a local affair drawing runners from the sounding areas of Mullingar, North East Meath, Cavan, and Longford. However, the race has grown in stature and popularity over the years and is now one of the most well attended road races in the midlands and sees participants from all over Ireland. The race offers prizes in all categories. The Castlepollard 5KM Road Race attempts to support young runners and walkers by organising a range of underage races around the town square before the adult race at 20:00. Profits from the race go towards grassroots athletics in the region - North Westmeath Athletics, Schools Cross Country, and local community games. As summer moves into autumn the Castlepollard 5KM can be considered as the 'unofficial ending' of summer evening road racing in the midlands as with the fading light of the late summer evenings there are less opportunities to hold races in the evening time. Castlepollard is a small town located in North County Westmeath amongst the lakes of Lough Lene and Lough Derravagh. One of the show pieces of the race landscape is Tullynally Castle which provides almost 2.5KM of the race route. The name Tullynally is an adaption of 'Tulaigh an Eallaigh' – the Hill of the Swan. The hill overlooks the mythical Lough Derravaragh. Irish folklore legend names the lake as where the Children of Lir, who were turned into swans, were destined to live for 300 years. Tullynally Castle is still a family home to this day. It provides a dramatic and historic setting for the race. The race begins near the center of the town square and proceeds directly out the R395 towards Coole and Edgeworthstown. The first KM is flat and quick allowing the field to spread out. The race then enters the Tullynally Castle estate and proceeds up the tree-lined avenue. Underfoot conditions are good on well maintained tarmacadam roads. The gardens, like the castle are on a grand scale, taking in nearly 12 acres. This allows the race to make a big loop of the gardens with a quick downhill stretch followed by a sharp climb (passing the Castle) before the race rejoins its outgoing path for the final 1.5KM of the race. The final 1100M from the archway gate of the Castle grounds to the finish is as the first - fast and flat and allows for a great finish passing the GAA grounds with finish line just outside the local Fire Station. This year almost 350 took part in the race. It goes without saying that the Castlepollard 5KM has become one of the "must do" road race events in the midlands. Everything that is good about club road racing in Ireland can be found here. There is a great community atmosphere about the race. A very find spread of refreshments are provided afterwards in the Hotel Castlepollard where prize-giving and chatting goes on late into the evening. Electronic Timing and Event Management are provided by Popup Races and their website is www.popupraces.ie One of the enduring symbols of the Castlepollard 5KM is the tireless work of Andy MacEoin of North Westmeath AC who has been a visitor to almost every road race in the Midlands and beyond over the past number of months to publicize the event. Many of the participants tonight will have seen Andy's strategically placed advertising signs around other road race routes. Certainly this work, and that of many other members of North Westmeath AC, has paid off well. Photographs We have a full set of photographs from tonight's race which is available on our Flickr photostream: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710303936276 We have photographs from seven of the previous Castlepollard 5KM road races - 2012 was missed. They are available here on Flickr: Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2018: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157700238076885 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2017: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157684179507162 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2016: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157672157788196 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2015: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157656750245820 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2014: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157646408272725 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635070120285 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2011: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157627404031092 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2010: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157624655001130 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2009: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157622023529006
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Castlepollard 5KM 2019
Castlepollard 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-14 19:50:13
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°40'45"N - 7°18'6"W
  • This is a photograph from the Castlepollard 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019, which was held in Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 14th August 2019 at 20:00. The race is hosted by North Westmeath Athletic Club. This race is the penultimate race in the Kia Race Series 2019. The weather was very changeable this evening and was not very suitable for racing. The participants had a very stiff breeze in their faces on the outward stretch and all the way to the 2KM mark within Tullynally. This then became a helpful tailwail for the final KM of the race. There was a heavy shower of rain just before the start of the race. Starting off many years ago the race was very much a local affair drawing runners from the sounding areas of Mullingar, North East Meath, Cavan, and Longford. However, the race has grown in stature and popularity over the years and is now one of the most well attended road races in the midlands and sees participants from all over Ireland. The race offers prizes in all categories. The Castlepollard 5KM Road Race attempts to support young runners and walkers by organising a range of underage races around the town square before the adult race at 20:00. Profits from the race go towards grassroots athletics in the region - North Westmeath Athletics, Schools Cross Country, and local community games. As summer moves into autumn the Castlepollard 5KM can be considered as the 'unofficial ending' of summer evening road racing in the midlands as with the fading light of the late summer evenings there are less opportunities to hold races in the evening time. Castlepollard is a small town located in North County Westmeath amongst the lakes of Lough Lene and Lough Derravagh. One of the show pieces of the race landscape is Tullynally Castle which provides almost 2.5KM of the race route. The name Tullynally is an adaption of 'Tulaigh an Eallaigh' – the Hill of the Swan. The hill overlooks the mythical Lough Derravaragh. Irish folklore legend names the lake as where the Children of Lir, who were turned into swans, were destined to live for 300 years. Tullynally Castle is still a family home to this day. It provides a dramatic and historic setting for the race. The race begins near the center of the town square and proceeds directly out the R395 towards Coole and Edgeworthstown. The first KM is flat and quick allowing the field to spread out. The race then enters the Tullynally Castle estate and proceeds up the tree-lined avenue. Underfoot conditions are good on well maintained tarmacadam roads. The gardens, like the castle are on a grand scale, taking in nearly 12 acres. This allows the race to make a big loop of the gardens with a quick downhill stretch followed by a sharp climb (passing the Castle) before the race rejoins its outgoing path for the final 1.5KM of the race. The final 1100M from the archway gate of the Castle grounds to the finish is as the first - fast and flat and allows for a great finish passing the GAA grounds with finish line just outside the local Fire Station. This year almost 350 took part in the race. It goes without saying that the Castlepollard 5KM has become one of the "must do" road race events in the midlands. Everything that is good about club road racing in Ireland can be found here. There is a great community atmosphere about the race. A very find spread of refreshments are provided afterwards in the Hotel Castlepollard where prize-giving and chatting goes on late into the evening. Electronic Timing and Event Management are provided by Popup Races and their website is www.popupraces.ie One of the enduring symbols of the Castlepollard 5KM is the tireless work of Andy MacEoin of North Westmeath AC who has been a visitor to almost every road race in the Midlands and beyond over the past number of months to publicize the event. Many of the participants tonight will have seen Andy's strategically placed advertising signs around other road race routes. Certainly this work, and that of many other members of North Westmeath AC, has paid off well. Photographs We have a full set of photographs from tonight's race which is available on our Flickr photostream: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710303936276 We have photographs from seven of the previous Castlepollard 5KM road races - 2012 was missed. They are available here on Flickr: Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2018: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157700238076885 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2017: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157684179507162 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2016: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157672157788196 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2015: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157656750245820 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2014: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157646408272725 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635070120285 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2011: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157627404031092 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2010: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157624655001130 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2009: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157622023529006
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Castlepollard 5KM 2019
Castlepollard 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-14 19:50:17
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°40'45"N - 7°18'6"W
  • This is a photograph from the Castlepollard 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019, which was held in Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 14th August 2019 at 20:00. The race is hosted by North Westmeath Athletic Club. This race is the penultimate race in the Kia Race Series 2019. The weather was very changeable this evening and was not very suitable for racing. The participants had a very stiff breeze in their faces on the outward stretch and all the way to the 2KM mark within Tullynally. This then became a helpful tailwail for the final KM of the race. There was a heavy shower of rain just before the start of the race. Starting off many years ago the race was very much a local affair drawing runners from the sounding areas of Mullingar, North East Meath, Cavan, and Longford. However, the race has grown in stature and popularity over the years and is now one of the most well attended road races in the midlands and sees participants from all over Ireland. The race offers prizes in all categories. The Castlepollard 5KM Road Race attempts to support young runners and walkers by organising a range of underage races around the town square before the adult race at 20:00. Profits from the race go towards grassroots athletics in the region - North Westmeath Athletics, Schools Cross Country, and local community games. As summer moves into autumn the Castlepollard 5KM can be considered as the 'unofficial ending' of summer evening road racing in the midlands as with the fading light of the late summer evenings there are less opportunities to hold races in the evening time. Castlepollard is a small town located in North County Westmeath amongst the lakes of Lough Lene and Lough Derravagh. One of the show pieces of the race landscape is Tullynally Castle which provides almost 2.5KM of the race route. The name Tullynally is an adaption of 'Tulaigh an Eallaigh' – the Hill of the Swan. The hill overlooks the mythical Lough Derravaragh. Irish folklore legend names the lake as where the Children of Lir, who were turned into swans, were destined to live for 300 years. Tullynally Castle is still a family home to this day. It provides a dramatic and historic setting for the race. The race begins near the center of the town square and proceeds directly out the R395 towards Coole and Edgeworthstown. The first KM is flat and quick allowing the field to spread out. The race then enters the Tullynally Castle estate and proceeds up the tree-lined avenue. Underfoot conditions are good on well maintained tarmacadam roads. The gardens, like the castle are on a grand scale, taking in nearly 12 acres. This allows the race to make a big loop of the gardens with a quick downhill stretch followed by a sharp climb (passing the Castle) before the race rejoins its outgoing path for the final 1.5KM of the race. The final 1100M from the archway gate of the Castle grounds to the finish is as the first - fast and flat and allows for a great finish passing the GAA grounds with finish line just outside the local Fire Station. This year almost 350 took part in the race. It goes without saying that the Castlepollard 5KM has become one of the "must do" road race events in the midlands. Everything that is good about club road racing in Ireland can be found here. There is a great community atmosphere about the race. A very find spread of refreshments are provided afterwards in the Hotel Castlepollard where prize-giving and chatting goes on late into the evening. Electronic Timing and Event Management are provided by Popup Races and their website is www.popupraces.ie One of the enduring symbols of the Castlepollard 5KM is the tireless work of Andy MacEoin of North Westmeath AC who has been a visitor to almost every road race in the Midlands and beyond over the past number of months to publicize the event. Many of the participants tonight will have seen Andy's strategically placed advertising signs around other road race routes. Certainly this work, and that of many other members of North Westmeath AC, has paid off well. Photographs We have a full set of photographs from tonight's race which is available on our Flickr photostream: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710303936276 We have photographs from seven of the previous Castlepollard 5KM road races - 2012 was missed. They are available here on Flickr: Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2018: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157700238076885 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2017: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157684179507162 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2016: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157672157788196 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2015: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157656750245820 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2014: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157646408272725 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635070120285 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2011: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157627404031092 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2010: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157624655001130 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2009: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157622023529006
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Castlepollard 5KM 2019
Castlepollard 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-14 19:50:18
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°40'45"N - 7°18'6"W
  • This is a photograph from the Castlepollard 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019, which was held in Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 14th August 2019 at 20:00. The race is hosted by North Westmeath Athletic Club. This race is the penultimate race in the Kia Race Series 2019. The weather was very changeable this evening and was not very suitable for racing. The participants had a very stiff breeze in their faces on the outward stretch and all the way to the 2KM mark within Tullynally. This then became a helpful tailwail for the final KM of the race. There was a heavy shower of rain just before the start of the race. Starting off many years ago the race was very much a local affair drawing runners from the sounding areas of Mullingar, North East Meath, Cavan, and Longford. However, the race has grown in stature and popularity over the years and is now one of the most well attended road races in the midlands and sees participants from all over Ireland. The race offers prizes in all categories. The Castlepollard 5KM Road Race attempts to support young runners and walkers by organising a range of underage races around the town square before the adult race at 20:00. Profits from the race go towards grassroots athletics in the region - North Westmeath Athletics, Schools Cross Country, and local community games. As summer moves into autumn the Castlepollard 5KM can be considered as the 'unofficial ending' of summer evening road racing in the midlands as with the fading light of the late summer evenings there are less opportunities to hold races in the evening time. Castlepollard is a small town located in North County Westmeath amongst the lakes of Lough Lene and Lough Derravagh. One of the show pieces of the race landscape is Tullynally Castle which provides almost 2.5KM of the race route. The name Tullynally is an adaption of 'Tulaigh an Eallaigh' – the Hill of the Swan. The hill overlooks the mythical Lough Derravaragh. Irish folklore legend names the lake as where the Children of Lir, who were turned into swans, were destined to live for 300 years. Tullynally Castle is still a family home to this day. It provides a dramatic and historic setting for the race. The race begins near the center of the town square and proceeds directly out the R395 towards Coole and Edgeworthstown. The first KM is flat and quick allowing the field to spread out. The race then enters the Tullynally Castle estate and proceeds up the tree-lined avenue. Underfoot conditions are good on well maintained tarmacadam roads. The gardens, like the castle are on a grand scale, taking in nearly 12 acres. This allows the race to make a big loop of the gardens with a quick downhill stretch followed by a sharp climb (passing the Castle) before the race rejoins its outgoing path for the final 1.5KM of the race. The final 1100M from the archway gate of the Castle grounds to the finish is as the first - fast and flat and allows for a great finish passing the GAA grounds with finish line just outside the local Fire Station. This year almost 350 took part in the race. It goes without saying that the Castlepollard 5KM has become one of the "must do" road race events in the midlands. Everything that is good about club road racing in Ireland can be found here. There is a great community atmosphere about the race. A very find spread of refreshments are provided afterwards in the Hotel Castlepollard where prize-giving and chatting goes on late into the evening. Electronic Timing and Event Management are provided by Popup Races and their website is www.popupraces.ie One of the enduring symbols of the Castlepollard 5KM is the tireless work of Andy MacEoin of North Westmeath AC who has been a visitor to almost every road race in the Midlands and beyond over the past number of months to publicize the event. Many of the participants tonight will have seen Andy's strategically placed advertising signs around other road race routes. Certainly this work, and that of many other members of North Westmeath AC, has paid off well. Photographs We have a full set of photographs from tonight's race which is available on our Flickr photostream: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710303936276 We have photographs from seven of the previous Castlepollard 5KM road races - 2012 was missed. They are available here on Flickr: Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2018: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157700238076885 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2017: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157684179507162 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2016: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157672157788196 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2015: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157656750245820 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2014: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157646408272725 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635070120285 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2011: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157627404031092 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2010: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157624655001130 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2009: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157622023529006
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Castlepollard 5KM 2019
Castlepollard 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-14 20:02:45
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°40'45"N - 7°18'6"W
  • This is a photograph from the Castlepollard 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019, which was held in Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 14th August 2019 at 20:00. The race is hosted by North Westmeath Athletic Club. This race is the penultimate race in the Kia Race Series 2019. The weather was very changeable this evening and was not very suitable for racing. The participants had a very stiff breeze in their faces on the outward stretch and all the way to the 2KM mark within Tullynally. This then became a helpful tailwail for the final KM of the race. There was a heavy shower of rain just before the start of the race. Starting off many years ago the race was very much a local affair drawing runners from the sounding areas of Mullingar, North East Meath, Cavan, and Longford. However, the race has grown in stature and popularity over the years and is now one of the most well attended road races in the midlands and sees participants from all over Ireland. The race offers prizes in all categories. The Castlepollard 5KM Road Race attempts to support young runners and walkers by organising a range of underage races around the town square before the adult race at 20:00. Profits from the race go towards grassroots athletics in the region - North Westmeath Athletics, Schools Cross Country, and local community games. As summer moves into autumn the Castlepollard 5KM can be considered as the 'unofficial ending' of summer evening road racing in the midlands as with the fading light of the late summer evenings there are less opportunities to hold races in the evening time. Castlepollard is a small town located in North County Westmeath amongst the lakes of Lough Lene and Lough Derravagh. One of the show pieces of the race landscape is Tullynally Castle which provides almost 2.5KM of the race route. The name Tullynally is an adaption of 'Tulaigh an Eallaigh' – the Hill of the Swan. The hill overlooks the mythical Lough Derravaragh. Irish folklore legend names the lake as where the Children of Lir, who were turned into swans, were destined to live for 300 years. Tullynally Castle is still a family home to this day. It provides a dramatic and historic setting for the race. The race begins near the center of the town square and proceeds directly out the R395 towards Coole and Edgeworthstown. The first KM is flat and quick allowing the field to spread out. The race then enters the Tullynally Castle estate and proceeds up the tree-lined avenue. Underfoot conditions are good on well maintained tarmacadam roads. The gardens, like the castle are on a grand scale, taking in nearly 12 acres. This allows the race to make a big loop of the gardens with a quick downhill stretch followed by a sharp climb (passing the Castle) before the race rejoins its outgoing path for the final 1.5KM of the race. The final 1100M from the archway gate of the Castle grounds to the finish is as the first - fast and flat and allows for a great finish passing the GAA grounds with finish line just outside the local Fire Station. This year almost 350 took part in the race. It goes without saying that the Castlepollard 5KM has become one of the "must do" road race events in the midlands. Everything that is good about club road racing in Ireland can be found here. There is a great community atmosphere about the race. A very find spread of refreshments are provided afterwards in the Hotel Castlepollard where prize-giving and chatting goes on late into the evening. Electronic Timing and Event Management are provided by Popup Races and their website is www.popupraces.ie One of the enduring symbols of the Castlepollard 5KM is the tireless work of Andy MacEoin of North Westmeath AC who has been a visitor to almost every road race in the Midlands and beyond over the past number of months to publicize the event. Many of the participants tonight will have seen Andy's strategically placed advertising signs around other road race routes. Certainly this work, and that of many other members of North Westmeath AC, has paid off well. Photographs We have a full set of photographs from tonight's race which is available on our Flickr photostream: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710303936276 We have photographs from seven of the previous Castlepollard 5KM road races - 2012 was missed. They are available here on Flickr: Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2018: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157700238076885 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2017: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157684179507162 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2016: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157672157788196 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2015: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157656750245820 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2014: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157646408272725 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635070120285 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2011: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157627404031092 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2010: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157624655001130 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2009: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157622023529006
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Castlepollard 5KM 2019
Castlepollard 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-14 20:02:47
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°40'45"N - 7°18'6"W
  • This is a photograph from the Castlepollard 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019, which was held in Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 14th August 2019 at 20:00. The race is hosted by North Westmeath Athletic Club. This race is the penultimate race in the Kia Race Series 2019. The weather was very changeable this evening and was not very suitable for racing. The participants had a very stiff breeze in their faces on the outward stretch and all the way to the 2KM mark within Tullynally. This then became a helpful tailwail for the final KM of the race. There was a heavy shower of rain just before the start of the race. Starting off many years ago the race was very much a local affair drawing runners from the sounding areas of Mullingar, North East Meath, Cavan, and Longford. However, the race has grown in stature and popularity over the years and is now one of the most well attended road races in the midlands and sees participants from all over Ireland. The race offers prizes in all categories. The Castlepollard 5KM Road Race attempts to support young runners and walkers by organising a range of underage races around the town square before the adult race at 20:00. Profits from the race go towards grassroots athletics in the region - North Westmeath Athletics, Schools Cross Country, and local community games. As summer moves into autumn the Castlepollard 5KM can be considered as the 'unofficial ending' of summer evening road racing in the midlands as with the fading light of the late summer evenings there are less opportunities to hold races in the evening time. Castlepollard is a small town located in North County Westmeath amongst the lakes of Lough Lene and Lough Derravagh. One of the show pieces of the race landscape is Tullynally Castle which provides almost 2.5KM of the race route. The name Tullynally is an adaption of 'Tulaigh an Eallaigh' – the Hill of the Swan. The hill overlooks the mythical Lough Derravaragh. Irish folklore legend names the lake as where the Children of Lir, who were turned into swans, were destined to live for 300 years. Tullynally Castle is still a family home to this day. It provides a dramatic and historic setting for the race. The race begins near the center of the town square and proceeds directly out the R395 towards Coole and Edgeworthstown. The first KM is flat and quick allowing the field to spread out. The race then enters the Tullynally Castle estate and proceeds up the tree-lined avenue. Underfoot conditions are good on well maintained tarmacadam roads. The gardens, like the castle are on a grand scale, taking in nearly 12 acres. This allows the race to make a big loop of the gardens with a quick downhill stretch followed by a sharp climb (passing the Castle) before the race rejoins its outgoing path for the final 1.5KM of the race. The final 1100M from the archway gate of the Castle grounds to the finish is as the first - fast and flat and allows for a great finish passing the GAA grounds with finish line just outside the local Fire Station. This year almost 350 took part in the race. It goes without saying that the Castlepollard 5KM has become one of the "must do" road race events in the midlands. Everything that is good about club road racing in Ireland can be found here. There is a great community atmosphere about the race. A very find spread of refreshments are provided afterwards in the Hotel Castlepollard where prize-giving and chatting goes on late into the evening. Electronic Timing and Event Management are provided by Popup Races and their website is www.popupraces.ie One of the enduring symbols of the Castlepollard 5KM is the tireless work of Andy MacEoin of North Westmeath AC who has been a visitor to almost every road race in the Midlands and beyond over the past number of months to publicize the event. Many of the participants tonight will have seen Andy's strategically placed advertising signs around other road race routes. Certainly this work, and that of many other members of North Westmeath AC, has paid off well. Photographs We have a full set of photographs from tonight's race which is available on our Flickr photostream: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710303936276 We have photographs from seven of the previous Castlepollard 5KM road races - 2012 was missed. They are available here on Flickr: Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2018: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157700238076885 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2017: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157684179507162 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2016: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157672157788196 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2015: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157656750245820 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2014: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157646408272725 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635070120285 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2011: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157627404031092 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2010: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157624655001130 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2009: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157622023529006
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Castlepollard 5KM 2019
Castlepollard 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-14 20:02:51
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°40'45"N - 7°18'6"W
  • This is a photograph from the Castlepollard 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019, which was held in Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 14th August 2019 at 20:00. The race is hosted by North Westmeath Athletic Club. This race is the penultimate race in the Kia Race Series 2019. The weather was very changeable this evening and was not very suitable for racing. The participants had a very stiff breeze in their faces on the outward stretch and all the way to the 2KM mark within Tullynally. This then became a helpful tailwail for the final KM of the race. There was a heavy shower of rain just before the start of the race. Starting off many years ago the race was very much a local affair drawing runners from the sounding areas of Mullingar, North East Meath, Cavan, and Longford. However, the race has grown in stature and popularity over the years and is now one of the most well attended road races in the midlands and sees participants from all over Ireland. The race offers prizes in all categories. The Castlepollard 5KM Road Race attempts to support young runners and walkers by organising a range of underage races around the town square before the adult race at 20:00. Profits from the race go towards grassroots athletics in the region - North Westmeath Athletics, Schools Cross Country, and local community games. As summer moves into autumn the Castlepollard 5KM can be considered as the 'unofficial ending' of summer evening road racing in the midlands as with the fading light of the late summer evenings there are less opportunities to hold races in the evening time. Castlepollard is a small town located in North County Westmeath amongst the lakes of Lough Lene and Lough Derravagh. One of the show pieces of the race landscape is Tullynally Castle which provides almost 2.5KM of the race route. The name Tullynally is an adaption of 'Tulaigh an Eallaigh' – the Hill of the Swan. The hill overlooks the mythical Lough Derravaragh. Irish folklore legend names the lake as where the Children of Lir, who were turned into swans, were destined to live for 300 years. Tullynally Castle is still a family home to this day. It provides a dramatic and historic setting for the race. The race begins near the center of the town square and proceeds directly out the R395 towards Coole and Edgeworthstown. The first KM is flat and quick allowing the field to spread out. The race then enters the Tullynally Castle estate and proceeds up the tree-lined avenue. Underfoot conditions are good on well maintained tarmacadam roads. The gardens, like the castle are on a grand scale, taking in nearly 12 acres. This allows the race to make a big loop of the gardens with a quick downhill stretch followed by a sharp climb (passing the Castle) before the race rejoins its outgoing path for the final 1.5KM of the race. The final 1100M from the archway gate of the Castle grounds to the finish is as the first - fast and flat and allows for a great finish passing the GAA grounds with finish line just outside the local Fire Station. This year almost 350 took part in the race. It goes without saying that the Castlepollard 5KM has become one of the "must do" road race events in the midlands. Everything that is good about club road racing in Ireland can be found here. There is a great community atmosphere about the race. A very find spread of refreshments are provided afterwards in the Hotel Castlepollard where prize-giving and chatting goes on late into the evening. Electronic Timing and Event Management are provided by Popup Races and their website is www.popupraces.ie One of the enduring symbols of the Castlepollard 5KM is the tireless work of Andy MacEoin of North Westmeath AC who has been a visitor to almost every road race in the Midlands and beyond over the past number of months to publicize the event. Many of the participants tonight will have seen Andy's strategically placed advertising signs around other road race routes. Certainly this work, and that of many other members of North Westmeath AC, has paid off well. Photographs We have a full set of photographs from tonight's race which is available on our Flickr photostream: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710303936276 We have photographs from seven of the previous Castlepollard 5KM road races - 2012 was missed. They are available here on Flickr: Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2018: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157700238076885 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2017: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157684179507162 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2016: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157672157788196 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2015: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157656750245820 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2014: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157646408272725 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635070120285 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2011: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157627404031092 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2010: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157624655001130 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2009: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157622023529006
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Castlepollard 5KM 2019
Castlepollard 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-14 20:02:53
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°40'45"N - 7°18'6"W
  • This is a photograph from the Castlepollard 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019, which was held in Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 14th August 2019 at 20:00. The race is hosted by North Westmeath Athletic Club. This race is the penultimate race in the Kia Race Series 2019. The weather was very changeable this evening and was not very suitable for racing. The participants had a very stiff breeze in their faces on the outward stretch and all the way to the 2KM mark within Tullynally. This then became a helpful tailwail for the final KM of the race. There was a heavy shower of rain just before the start of the race. Starting off many years ago the race was very much a local affair drawing runners from the sounding areas of Mullingar, North East Meath, Cavan, and Longford. However, the race has grown in stature and popularity over the years and is now one of the most well attended road races in the midlands and sees participants from all over Ireland. The race offers prizes in all categories. The Castlepollard 5KM Road Race attempts to support young runners and walkers by organising a range of underage races around the town square before the adult race at 20:00. Profits from the race go towards grassroots athletics in the region - North Westmeath Athletics, Schools Cross Country, and local community games. As summer moves into autumn the Castlepollard 5KM can be considered as the 'unofficial ending' of summer evening road racing in the midlands as with the fading light of the late summer evenings there are less opportunities to hold races in the evening time. Castlepollard is a small town located in North County Westmeath amongst the lakes of Lough Lene and Lough Derravagh. One of the show pieces of the race landscape is Tullynally Castle which provides almost 2.5KM of the race route. The name Tullynally is an adaption of 'Tulaigh an Eallaigh' – the Hill of the Swan. The hill overlooks the mythical Lough Derravaragh. Irish folklore legend names the lake as where the Children of Lir, who were turned into swans, were destined to live for 300 years. Tullynally Castle is still a family home to this day. It provides a dramatic and historic setting for the race. The race begins near the center of the town square and proceeds directly out the R395 towards Coole and Edgeworthstown. The first KM is flat and quick allowing the field to spread out. The race then enters the Tullynally Castle estate and proceeds up the tree-lined avenue. Underfoot conditions are good on well maintained tarmacadam roads. The gardens, like the castle are on a grand scale, taking in nearly 12 acres. This allows the race to make a big loop of the gardens with a quick downhill stretch followed by a sharp climb (passing the Castle) before the race rejoins its outgoing path for the final 1.5KM of the race. The final 1100M from the archway gate of the Castle grounds to the finish is as the first - fast and flat and allows for a great finish passing the GAA grounds with finish line just outside the local Fire Station. This year almost 350 took part in the race. It goes without saying that the Castlepollard 5KM has become one of the "must do" road race events in the midlands. Everything that is good about club road racing in Ireland can be found here. There is a great community atmosphere about the race. A very find spread of refreshments are provided afterwards in the Hotel Castlepollard where prize-giving and chatting goes on late into the evening. Electronic Timing and Event Management are provided by Popup Races and their website is www.popupraces.ie One of the enduring symbols of the Castlepollard 5KM is the tireless work of Andy MacEoin of North Westmeath AC who has been a visitor to almost every road race in the Midlands and beyond over the past number of months to publicize the event. Many of the participants tonight will have seen Andy's strategically placed advertising signs around other road race routes. Certainly this work, and that of many other members of North Westmeath AC, has paid off well. Photographs We have a full set of photographs from tonight's race which is available on our Flickr photostream: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710303936276 We have photographs from seven of the previous Castlepollard 5KM road races - 2012 was missed. They are available here on Flickr: Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2018: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157700238076885 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2017: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157684179507162 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2016: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157672157788196 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2015: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157656750245820 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2014: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157646408272725 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635070120285 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2011: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157627404031092 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2010: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157624655001130 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2009: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157622023529006
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Castlepollard 5KM 2019
Castlepollard 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-14 20:02:57
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°40'45"N - 7°18'6"W
  • This is a photograph from the Castlepollard 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019, which was held in Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 14th August 2019 at 20:00. The race is hosted by North Westmeath Athletic Club. This race is the penultimate race in the Kia Race Series 2019. The weather was very changeable this evening and was not very suitable for racing. The participants had a very stiff breeze in their faces on the outward stretch and all the way to the 2KM mark within Tullynally. This then became a helpful tailwail for the final KM of the race. There was a heavy shower of rain just before the start of the race. Starting off many years ago the race was very much a local affair drawing runners from the sounding areas of Mullingar, North East Meath, Cavan, and Longford. However, the race has grown in stature and popularity over the years and is now one of the most well attended road races in the midlands and sees participants from all over Ireland. The race offers prizes in all categories. The Castlepollard 5KM Road Race attempts to support young runners and walkers by organising a range of underage races around the town square before the adult race at 20:00. Profits from the race go towards grassroots athletics in the region - North Westmeath Athletics, Schools Cross Country, and local community games. As summer moves into autumn the Castlepollard 5KM can be considered as the 'unofficial ending' of summer evening road racing in the midlands as with the fading light of the late summer evenings there are less opportunities to hold races in the evening time. Castlepollard is a small town located in North County Westmeath amongst the lakes of Lough Lene and Lough Derravagh. One of the show pieces of the race landscape is Tullynally Castle which provides almost 2.5KM of the race route. The name Tullynally is an adaption of 'Tulaigh an Eallaigh' – the Hill of the Swan. The hill overlooks the mythical Lough Derravaragh. Irish folklore legend names the lake as where the Children of Lir, who were turned into swans, were destined to live for 300 years. Tullynally Castle is still a family home to this day. It provides a dramatic and historic setting for the race. The race begins near the center of the town square and proceeds directly out the R395 towards Coole and Edgeworthstown. The first KM is flat and quick allowing the field to spread out. The race then enters the Tullynally Castle estate and proceeds up the tree-lined avenue. Underfoot conditions are good on well maintained tarmacadam roads. The gardens, like the castle are on a grand scale, taking in nearly 12 acres. This allows the race to make a big loop of the gardens with a quick downhill stretch followed by a sharp climb (passing the Castle) before the race rejoins its outgoing path for the final 1.5KM of the race. The final 1100M from the archway gate of the Castle grounds to the finish is as the first - fast and flat and allows for a great finish passing the GAA grounds with finish line just outside the local Fire Station. This year almost 350 took part in the race. It goes without saying that the Castlepollard 5KM has become one of the "must do" road race events in the midlands. Everything that is good about club road racing in Ireland can be found here. There is a great community atmosphere about the race. A very find spread of refreshments are provided afterwards in the Hotel Castlepollard where prize-giving and chatting goes on late into the evening. Electronic Timing and Event Management are provided by Popup Races and their website is www.popupraces.ie One of the enduring symbols of the Castlepollard 5KM is the tireless work of Andy MacEoin of North Westmeath AC who has been a visitor to almost every road race in the Midlands and beyond over the past number of months to publicize the event. Many of the participants tonight will have seen Andy's strategically placed advertising signs around other road race routes. Certainly this work, and that of many other members of North Westmeath AC, has paid off well. Photographs We have a full set of photographs from tonight's race which is available on our Flickr photostream: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710303936276 We have photographs from seven of the previous Castlepollard 5KM road races - 2012 was missed. They are available here on Flickr: Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2018: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157700238076885 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2017: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157684179507162 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2016: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157672157788196 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2015: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157656750245820 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2014: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157646408272725 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635070120285 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2011: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157627404031092 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2010: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157624655001130 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2009: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157622023529006
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Castlepollard 5KM 2019
Castlepollard 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-14 20:02:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°40'45"N - 7°18'6"W
  • This is a photograph from the Castlepollard 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019, which was held in Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 14th August 2019 at 20:00. The race is hosted by North Westmeath Athletic Club. This race is the penultimate race in the Kia Race Series 2019. The weather was very changeable this evening and was not very suitable for racing. The participants had a very stiff breeze in their faces on the outward stretch and all the way to the 2KM mark within Tullynally. This then became a helpful tailwail for the final KM of the race. There was a heavy shower of rain just before the start of the race. Starting off many years ago the race was very much a local affair drawing runners from the sounding areas of Mullingar, North East Meath, Cavan, and Longford. However, the race has grown in stature and popularity over the years and is now one of the most well attended road races in the midlands and sees participants from all over Ireland. The race offers prizes in all categories. The Castlepollard 5KM Road Race attempts to support young runners and walkers by organising a range of underage races around the town square before the adult race at 20:00. Profits from the race go towards grassroots athletics in the region - North Westmeath Athletics, Schools Cross Country, and local community games. As summer moves into autumn the Castlepollard 5KM can be considered as the 'unofficial ending' of summer evening road racing in the midlands as with the fading light of the late summer evenings there are less opportunities to hold races in the evening time. Castlepollard is a small town located in North County Westmeath amongst the lakes of Lough Lene and Lough Derravagh. One of the show pieces of the race landscape is Tullynally Castle which provides almost 2.5KM of the race route. The name Tullynally is an adaption of 'Tulaigh an Eallaigh' – the Hill of the Swan. The hill overlooks the mythical Lough Derravaragh. Irish folklore legend names the lake as where the Children of Lir, who were turned into swans, were destined to live for 300 years. Tullynally Castle is still a family home to this day. It provides a dramatic and historic setting for the race. The race begins near the center of the town square and proceeds directly out the R395 towards Coole and Edgeworthstown. The first KM is flat and quick allowing the field to spread out. The race then enters the Tullynally Castle estate and proceeds up the tree-lined avenue. Underfoot conditions are good on well maintained tarmacadam roads. The gardens, like the castle are on a grand scale, taking in nearly 12 acres. This allows the race to make a big loop of the gardens with a quick downhill stretch followed by a sharp climb (passing the Castle) before the race rejoins its outgoing path for the final 1.5KM of the race. The final 1100M from the archway gate of the Castle grounds to the finish is as the first - fast and flat and allows for a great finish passing the GAA grounds with finish line just outside the local Fire Station. This year almost 350 took part in the race. It goes without saying that the Castlepollard 5KM has become one of the "must do" road race events in the midlands. Everything that is good about club road racing in Ireland can be found here. There is a great community atmosphere about the race. A very find spread of refreshments are provided afterwards in the Hotel Castlepollard where prize-giving and chatting goes on late into the evening. Electronic Timing and Event Management are provided by Popup Races and their website is www.popupraces.ie One of the enduring symbols of the Castlepollard 5KM is the tireless work of Andy MacEoin of North Westmeath AC who has been a visitor to almost every road race in the Midlands and beyond over the past number of months to publicize the event. Many of the participants tonight will have seen Andy's strategically placed advertising signs around other road race routes. Certainly this work, and that of many other members of North Westmeath AC, has paid off well. Photographs We have a full set of photographs from tonight's race which is available on our Flickr photostream: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710303936276 We have photographs from seven of the previous Castlepollard 5KM road races - 2012 was missed. They are available here on Flickr: Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2018: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157700238076885 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2017: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157684179507162 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2016: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157672157788196 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2015: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157656750245820 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2014: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157646408272725 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635070120285 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2011: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157627404031092 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2010: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157624655001130 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2009: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157622023529006
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Castlepollard 5KM 2019
Castlepollard 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-14 20:03:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°40'45"N - 7°18'6"W
  • This is a photograph from the Castlepollard 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019, which was held in Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 14th August 2019 at 20:00. The race is hosted by North Westmeath Athletic Club. This race is the penultimate race in the Kia Race Series 2019. The weather was very changeable this evening and was not very suitable for racing. The participants had a very stiff breeze in their faces on the outward stretch and all the way to the 2KM mark within Tullynally. This then became a helpful tailwail for the final KM of the race. There was a heavy shower of rain just before the start of the race. Starting off many years ago the race was very much a local affair drawing runners from the sounding areas of Mullingar, North East Meath, Cavan, and Longford. However, the race has grown in stature and popularity over the years and is now one of the most well attended road races in the midlands and sees participants from all over Ireland. The race offers prizes in all categories. The Castlepollard 5KM Road Race attempts to support young runners and walkers by organising a range of underage races around the town square before the adult race at 20:00. Profits from the race go towards grassroots athletics in the region - North Westmeath Athletics, Schools Cross Country, and local community games. As summer moves into autumn the Castlepollard 5KM can be considered as the 'unofficial ending' of summer evening road racing in the midlands as with the fading light of the late summer evenings there are less opportunities to hold races in the evening time. Castlepollard is a small town located in North County Westmeath amongst the lakes of Lough Lene and Lough Derravagh. One of the show pieces of the race landscape is Tullynally Castle which provides almost 2.5KM of the race route. The name Tullynally is an adaption of 'Tulaigh an Eallaigh' – the Hill of the Swan. The hill overlooks the mythical Lough Derravaragh. Irish folklore legend names the lake as where the Children of Lir, who were turned into swans, were destined to live for 300 years. Tullynally Castle is still a family home to this day. It provides a dramatic and historic setting for the race. The race begins near the center of the town square and proceeds directly out the R395 towards Coole and Edgeworthstown. The first KM is flat and quick allowing the field to spread out. The race then enters the Tullynally Castle estate and proceeds up the tree-lined avenue. Underfoot conditions are good on well maintained tarmacadam roads. The gardens, like the castle are on a grand scale, taking in nearly 12 acres. This allows the race to make a big loop of the gardens with a quick downhill stretch followed by a sharp climb (passing the Castle) before the race rejoins its outgoing path for the final 1.5KM of the race. The final 1100M from the archway gate of the Castle grounds to the finish is as the first - fast and flat and allows for a great finish passing the GAA grounds with finish line just outside the local Fire Station. This year almost 350 took part in the race. It goes without saying that the Castlepollard 5KM has become one of the "must do" road race events in the midlands. Everything that is good about club road racing in Ireland can be found here. There is a great community atmosphere about the race. A very find spread of refreshments are provided afterwards in the Hotel Castlepollard where prize-giving and chatting goes on late into the evening. Electronic Timing and Event Management are provided by Popup Races and their website is www.popupraces.ie One of the enduring symbols of the Castlepollard 5KM is the tireless work of Andy MacEoin of North Westmeath AC who has been a visitor to almost every road race in the Midlands and beyond over the past number of months to publicize the event. Many of the participants tonight will have seen Andy's strategically placed advertising signs around other road race routes. Certainly this work, and that of many other members of North Westmeath AC, has paid off well. Photographs We have a full set of photographs from tonight's race which is available on our Flickr photostream: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710303936276 We have photographs from seven of the previous Castlepollard 5KM road races - 2012 was missed. They are available here on Flickr: Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2018: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157700238076885 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2017: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157684179507162 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2016: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157672157788196 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2015: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157656750245820 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2014: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157646408272725 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635070120285 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2011: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157627404031092 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2010: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157624655001130 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2009: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157622023529006
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Castlepollard 5KM 2019
Castlepollard 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-14 20:03:04
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°40'45"N - 7°18'6"W
  • This is a photograph from the Castlepollard 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019, which was held in Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 14th August 2019 at 20:00. The race is hosted by North Westmeath Athletic Club. This race is the penultimate race in the Kia Race Series 2019. The weather was very changeable this evening and was not very suitable for racing. The participants had a very stiff breeze in their faces on the outward stretch and all the way to the 2KM mark within Tullynally. This then became a helpful tailwail for the final KM of the race. There was a heavy shower of rain just before the start of the race. Starting off many years ago the race was very much a local affair drawing runners from the sounding areas of Mullingar, North East Meath, Cavan, and Longford. However, the race has grown in stature and popularity over the years and is now one of the most well attended road races in the midlands and sees participants from all over Ireland. The race offers prizes in all categories. The Castlepollard 5KM Road Race attempts to support young runners and walkers by organising a range of underage races around the town square before the adult race at 20:00. Profits from the race go towards grassroots athletics in the region - North Westmeath Athletics, Schools Cross Country, and local community games. As summer moves into autumn the Castlepollard 5KM can be considered as the 'unofficial ending' of summer evening road racing in the midlands as with the fading light of the late summer evenings there are less opportunities to hold races in the evening time. Castlepollard is a small town located in North County Westmeath amongst the lakes of Lough Lene and Lough Derravagh. One of the show pieces of the race landscape is Tullynally Castle which provides almost 2.5KM of the race route. The name Tullynally is an adaption of 'Tulaigh an Eallaigh' – the Hill of the Swan. The hill overlooks the mythical Lough Derravaragh. Irish folklore legend names the lake as where the Children of Lir, who were turned into swans, were destined to live for 300 years. Tullynally Castle is still a family home to this day. It provides a dramatic and historic setting for the race. The race begins near the center of the town square and proceeds directly out the R395 towards Coole and Edgeworthstown. The first KM is flat and quick allowing the field to spread out. The race then enters the Tullynally Castle estate and proceeds up the tree-lined avenue. Underfoot conditions are good on well maintained tarmacadam roads. The gardens, like the castle are on a grand scale, taking in nearly 12 acres. This allows the race to make a big loop of the gardens with a quick downhill stretch followed by a sharp climb (passing the Castle) before the race rejoins its outgoing path for the final 1.5KM of the race. The final 1100M from the archway gate of the Castle grounds to the finish is as the first - fast and flat and allows for a great finish passing the GAA grounds with finish line just outside the local Fire Station. This year almost 350 took part in the race. It goes without saying that the Castlepollard 5KM has become one of the "must do" road race events in the midlands. Everything that is good about club road racing in Ireland can be found here. There is a great community atmosphere about the race. A very find spread of refreshments are provided afterwards in the Hotel Castlepollard where prize-giving and chatting goes on late into the evening. Electronic Timing and Event Management are provided by Popup Races and their website is www.popupraces.ie One of the enduring symbols of the Castlepollard 5KM is the tireless work of Andy MacEoin of North Westmeath AC who has been a visitor to almost every road race in the Midlands and beyond over the past number of months to publicize the event. Many of the participants tonight will have seen Andy's strategically placed advertising signs around other road race routes. Certainly this work, and that of many other members of North Westmeath AC, has paid off well. Photographs We have a full set of photographs from tonight's race which is available on our Flickr photostream: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710303936276 We have photographs from seven of the previous Castlepollard 5KM road races - 2012 was missed. They are available here on Flickr: Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2018: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157700238076885 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2017: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157684179507162 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2016: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157672157788196 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2015: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157656750245820 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2014: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157646408272725 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635070120285 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2011: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157627404031092 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2010: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157624655001130 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2009: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157622023529006
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Castlepollard 5KM 2019
Castlepollard 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-14 20:03:07
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°40'45"N - 7°18'6"W
  • This is a photograph from the Castlepollard 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019, which was held in Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 14th August 2019 at 20:00. The race is hosted by North Westmeath Athletic Club. This race is the penultimate race in the Kia Race Series 2019. The weather was very changeable this evening and was not very suitable for racing. The participants had a very stiff breeze in their faces on the outward stretch and all the way to the 2KM mark within Tullynally. This then became a helpful tailwail for the final KM of the race. There was a heavy shower of rain just before the start of the race. Starting off many years ago the race was very much a local affair drawing runners from the sounding areas of Mullingar, North East Meath, Cavan, and Longford. However, the race has grown in stature and popularity over the years and is now one of the most well attended road races in the midlands and sees participants from all over Ireland. The race offers prizes in all categories. The Castlepollard 5KM Road Race attempts to support young runners and walkers by organising a range of underage races around the town square before the adult race at 20:00. Profits from the race go towards grassroots athletics in the region - North Westmeath Athletics, Schools Cross Country, and local community games. As summer moves into autumn the Castlepollard 5KM can be considered as the 'unofficial ending' of summer evening road racing in the midlands as with the fading light of the late summer evenings there are less opportunities to hold races in the evening time. Castlepollard is a small town located in North County Westmeath amongst the lakes of Lough Lene and Lough Derravagh. One of the show pieces of the race landscape is Tullynally Castle which provides almost 2.5KM of the race route. The name Tullynally is an adaption of 'Tulaigh an Eallaigh' – the Hill of the Swan. The hill overlooks the mythical Lough Derravaragh. Irish folklore legend names the lake as where the Children of Lir, who were turned into swans, were destined to live for 300 years. Tullynally Castle is still a family home to this day. It provides a dramatic and historic setting for the race. The race begins near the center of the town square and proceeds directly out the R395 towards Coole and Edgeworthstown. The first KM is flat and quick allowing the field to spread out. The race then enters the Tullynally Castle estate and proceeds up the tree-lined avenue. Underfoot conditions are good on well maintained tarmacadam roads. The gardens, like the castle are on a grand scale, taking in nearly 12 acres. This allows the race to make a big loop of the gardens with a quick downhill stretch followed by a sharp climb (passing the Castle) before the race rejoins its outgoing path for the final 1.5KM of the race. The final 1100M from the archway gate of the Castle grounds to the finish is as the first - fast and flat and allows for a great finish passing the GAA grounds with finish line just outside the local Fire Station. This year almost 350 took part in the race. It goes without saying that the Castlepollard 5KM has become one of the "must do" road race events in the midlands. Everything that is good about club road racing in Ireland can be found here. There is a great community atmosphere about the race. A very find spread of refreshments are provided afterwards in the Hotel Castlepollard where prize-giving and chatting goes on late into the evening. Electronic Timing and Event Management are provided by Popup Races and their website is www.popupraces.ie One of the enduring symbols of the Castlepollard 5KM is the tireless work of Andy MacEoin of North Westmeath AC who has been a visitor to almost every road race in the Midlands and beyond over the past number of months to publicize the event. Many of the participants tonight will have seen Andy's strategically placed advertising signs around other road race routes. Certainly this work, and that of many other members of North Westmeath AC, has paid off well. Photographs We have a full set of photographs from tonight's race which is available on our Flickr photostream: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710303936276 We have photographs from seven of the previous Castlepollard 5KM road races - 2012 was missed. They are available here on Flickr: Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2018: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157700238076885 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2017: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157684179507162 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2016: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157672157788196 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2015: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157656750245820 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2014: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157646408272725 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635070120285 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2011: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157627404031092 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2010: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157624655001130 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2009: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157622023529006
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Castlepollard 5KM 2019
Castlepollard 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-14 20:03:09
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°40'45"N - 7°18'6"W
  • This is a photograph from the Castlepollard 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019, which was held in Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 14th August 2019 at 20:00. The race is hosted by North Westmeath Athletic Club. This race is the penultimate race in the Kia Race Series 2019. The weather was very changeable this evening and was not very suitable for racing. The participants had a very stiff breeze in their faces on the outward stretch and all the way to the 2KM mark within Tullynally. This then became a helpful tailwail for the final KM of the race. There was a heavy shower of rain just before the start of the race. Starting off many years ago the race was very much a local affair drawing runners from the sounding areas of Mullingar, North East Meath, Cavan, and Longford. However, the race has grown in stature and popularity over the years and is now one of the most well attended road races in the midlands and sees participants from all over Ireland. The race offers prizes in all categories. The Castlepollard 5KM Road Race attempts to support young runners and walkers by organising a range of underage races around the town square before the adult race at 20:00. Profits from the race go towards grassroots athletics in the region - North Westmeath Athletics, Schools Cross Country, and local community games. As summer moves into autumn the Castlepollard 5KM can be considered as the 'unofficial ending' of summer evening road racing in the midlands as with the fading light of the late summer evenings there are less opportunities to hold races in the evening time. Castlepollard is a small town located in North County Westmeath amongst the lakes of Lough Lene and Lough Derravagh. One of the show pieces of the race landscape is Tullynally Castle which provides almost 2.5KM of the race route. The name Tullynally is an adaption of 'Tulaigh an Eallaigh' – the Hill of the Swan. The hill overlooks the mythical Lough Derravaragh. Irish folklore legend names the lake as where the Children of Lir, who were turned into swans, were destined to live for 300 years. Tullynally Castle is still a family home to this day. It provides a dramatic and historic setting for the race. The race begins near the center of the town square and proceeds directly out the R395 towards Coole and Edgeworthstown. The first KM is flat and quick allowing the field to spread out. The race then enters the Tullynally Castle estate and proceeds up the tree-lined avenue. Underfoot conditions are good on well maintained tarmacadam roads. The gardens, like the castle are on a grand scale, taking in nearly 12 acres. This allows the race to make a big loop of the gardens with a quick downhill stretch followed by a sharp climb (passing the Castle) before the race rejoins its outgoing path for the final 1.5KM of the race. The final 1100M from the archway gate of the Castle grounds to the finish is as the first - fast and flat and allows for a great finish passing the GAA grounds with finish line just outside the local Fire Station. This year almost 350 took part in the race. It goes without saying that the Castlepollard 5KM has become one of the "must do" road race events in the midlands. Everything that is good about club road racing in Ireland can be found here. There is a great community atmosphere about the race. A very find spread of refreshments are provided afterwards in the Hotel Castlepollard where prize-giving and chatting goes on late into the evening. Electronic Timing and Event Management are provided by Popup Races and their website is www.popupraces.ie One of the enduring symbols of the Castlepollard 5KM is the tireless work of Andy MacEoin of North Westmeath AC who has been a visitor to almost every road race in the Midlands and beyond over the past number of months to publicize the event. Many of the participants tonight will have seen Andy's strategically placed advertising signs around other road race routes. Certainly this work, and that of many other members of North Westmeath AC, has paid off well. Photographs We have a full set of photographs from tonight's race which is available on our Flickr photostream: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710303936276 We have photographs from seven of the previous Castlepollard 5KM road races - 2012 was missed. They are available here on Flickr: Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2018: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157700238076885 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2017: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157684179507162 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2016: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157672157788196 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2015: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157656750245820 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2014: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157646408272725 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2013: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157635070120285 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2011: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157627404031092 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2010: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157624655001130 Our Flickr Photographs from Castlepollard 5KM 2009: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/sets/72157622023529006
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