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Kinnegad 5KM 2019
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-07-09 18:55:15
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°27'15"N - 7°5'59"W
  • This is a photograph from the 10th annual Kinnegad 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019 which was held in the town of Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 10th July 2019 at 20:00. This race is organised by Coralstown Kinnegad GAA club with assistance from Coralstown Kinnegad Athletic Club. This race has firmly established itself on the local race calendar and yet again the race retains wonderful support from local clubs and runners. This evening's race is the 10th anniversary of a race which has managed to keep the same route and setup during a decade of change in road running. The race was first run in 2010 (see the photograph link below) and has used the same route for each of the ten runnings of the race. The race is a right handed course, flat and fast and takes runners on a traffic free route which includes 3KM on the local road 'Boreen Bradach', which is a very popular walking and jogging route around the outskirts of the town. The boreen is a flat and sheltered by hedgerow. The boreen benefits from a new surface which was applied over the last number of years. The earlier editions of the race seen the boreen as a typical rural road from yesteryear with a line of grass growing up the middle of the road. The boreen emerges onto the main street with the finish is on this famous main street of Kinnegad in front of Harry's Hotel. This Kinnegad streetscape will be well known to many many people who traveled between the east and west of Ireland before the arrival of the motorway system which we have today. Kinnegad is situated at the intersection of the both the M6 Galway bound motorway and the M4 Sligo/Mayo bound motorway. Indeed, the change in the running landscape over the past decade can be seen in the change around Kinnegad during this time. The town will soon open an Aldi store (in summer 2019) and has recently opened The Kinnegad Plaza, just off the M4. The famous main street of Kinnegad has seen its fair share of change during this time also. Tonight's weather for the race was reasonably good racing weather. The recent warm weather gave way to better conditions with temperatures of around 17C on the night. There was a light shower of rain during the race which made underfoot conditions a little slippery after the recent dry spell. The boreen is well shaded with mature hedgerows on either side for the majority of the course on this stretch. There was refreshments served in the GAA club The full set of photographs from tonight's race are available at www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709557778376 . Photographs from the 1st Kinnegad 5KM Road Race 2010 www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157624580703513
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Kinnegad 5KM 2019
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-07-09 18:55:18
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°27'15"N - 7°5'59"W
  • This is a photograph from the 10th annual Kinnegad 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019 which was held in the town of Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 10th July 2019 at 20:00. This race is organised by Coralstown Kinnegad GAA club with assistance from Coralstown Kinnegad Athletic Club. This race has firmly established itself on the local race calendar and yet again the race retains wonderful support from local clubs and runners. This evening's race is the 10th anniversary of a race which has managed to keep the same route and setup during a decade of change in road running. The race was first run in 2010 (see the photograph link below) and has used the same route for each of the ten runnings of the race. The race is a right handed course, flat and fast and takes runners on a traffic free route which includes 3KM on the local road 'Boreen Bradach', which is a very popular walking and jogging route around the outskirts of the town. The boreen is a flat and sheltered by hedgerow. The boreen benefits from a new surface which was applied over the last number of years. The earlier editions of the race seen the boreen as a typical rural road from yesteryear with a line of grass growing up the middle of the road. The boreen emerges onto the main street with the finish is on this famous main street of Kinnegad in front of Harry's Hotel. This Kinnegad streetscape will be well known to many many people who traveled between the east and west of Ireland before the arrival of the motorway system which we have today. Kinnegad is situated at the intersection of the both the M6 Galway bound motorway and the M4 Sligo/Mayo bound motorway. Indeed, the change in the running landscape over the past decade can be seen in the change around Kinnegad during this time. The town will soon open an Aldi store (in summer 2019) and has recently opened The Kinnegad Plaza, just off the M4. The famous main street of Kinnegad has seen its fair share of change during this time also. Tonight's weather for the race was reasonably good racing weather. The recent warm weather gave way to better conditions with temperatures of around 17C on the night. There was a light shower of rain during the race which made underfoot conditions a little slippery after the recent dry spell. The boreen is well shaded with mature hedgerows on either side for the majority of the course on this stretch. There was refreshments served in the GAA club The full set of photographs from tonight's race are available at www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709557778376 . Photographs from the 1st Kinnegad 5KM Road Race 2010 www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157624580703513
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Kinnegad 5KM 2019
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-07-09 18:55:19
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°27'15"N - 7°5'59"W
  • This is a photograph from the 10th annual Kinnegad 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019 which was held in the town of Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 10th July 2019 at 20:00. This race is organised by Coralstown Kinnegad GAA club with assistance from Coralstown Kinnegad Athletic Club. This race has firmly established itself on the local race calendar and yet again the race retains wonderful support from local clubs and runners. This evening's race is the 10th anniversary of a race which has managed to keep the same route and setup during a decade of change in road running. The race was first run in 2010 (see the photograph link below) and has used the same route for each of the ten runnings of the race. The race is a right handed course, flat and fast and takes runners on a traffic free route which includes 3KM on the local road 'Boreen Bradach', which is a very popular walking and jogging route around the outskirts of the town. The boreen is a flat and sheltered by hedgerow. The boreen benefits from a new surface which was applied over the last number of years. The earlier editions of the race seen the boreen as a typical rural road from yesteryear with a line of grass growing up the middle of the road. The boreen emerges onto the main street with the finish is on this famous main street of Kinnegad in front of Harry's Hotel. This Kinnegad streetscape will be well known to many many people who traveled between the east and west of Ireland before the arrival of the motorway system which we have today. Kinnegad is situated at the intersection of the both the M6 Galway bound motorway and the M4 Sligo/Mayo bound motorway. Indeed, the change in the running landscape over the past decade can be seen in the change around Kinnegad during this time. The town will soon open an Aldi store (in summer 2019) and has recently opened The Kinnegad Plaza, just off the M4. The famous main street of Kinnegad has seen its fair share of change during this time also. Tonight's weather for the race was reasonably good racing weather. The recent warm weather gave way to better conditions with temperatures of around 17C on the night. There was a light shower of rain during the race which made underfoot conditions a little slippery after the recent dry spell. The boreen is well shaded with mature hedgerows on either side for the majority of the course on this stretch. There was refreshments served in the GAA club The full set of photographs from tonight's race are available at www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709557778376 . Photographs from the 1st Kinnegad 5KM Road Race 2010 www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157624580703513
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Kinnegad 5KM 2019
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-07-09 19:02:08
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°27'15"N - 7°5'59"W
  • This is a photograph from the 10th annual Kinnegad 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019 which was held in the town of Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 10th July 2019 at 20:00. This race is organised by Coralstown Kinnegad GAA club with assistance from Coralstown Kinnegad Athletic Club. This race has firmly established itself on the local race calendar and yet again the race retains wonderful support from local clubs and runners. This evening's race is the 10th anniversary of a race which has managed to keep the same route and setup during a decade of change in road running. The race was first run in 2010 (see the photograph link below) and has used the same route for each of the ten runnings of the race. The race is a right handed course, flat and fast and takes runners on a traffic free route which includes 3KM on the local road 'Boreen Bradach', which is a very popular walking and jogging route around the outskirts of the town. The boreen is a flat and sheltered by hedgerow. The boreen benefits from a new surface which was applied over the last number of years. The earlier editions of the race seen the boreen as a typical rural road from yesteryear with a line of grass growing up the middle of the road. The boreen emerges onto the main street with the finish is on this famous main street of Kinnegad in front of Harry's Hotel. This Kinnegad streetscape will be well known to many many people who traveled between the east and west of Ireland before the arrival of the motorway system which we have today. Kinnegad is situated at the intersection of the both the M6 Galway bound motorway and the M4 Sligo/Mayo bound motorway. Indeed, the change in the running landscape over the past decade can be seen in the change around Kinnegad during this time. The town will soon open an Aldi store (in summer 2019) and has recently opened The Kinnegad Plaza, just off the M4. The famous main street of Kinnegad has seen its fair share of change during this time also. Tonight's weather for the race was reasonably good racing weather. The recent warm weather gave way to better conditions with temperatures of around 17C on the night. There was a light shower of rain during the race which made underfoot conditions a little slippery after the recent dry spell. The boreen is well shaded with mature hedgerows on either side for the majority of the course on this stretch. There was refreshments served in the GAA club The full set of photographs from tonight's race are available at www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709557778376 . Photographs from the 1st Kinnegad 5KM Road Race 2010 www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157624580703513
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    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-07-09 19:03:55
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°27'15"N - 7°5'59"W
  • This is a photograph from the 10th annual Kinnegad 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019 which was held in the town of Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 10th July 2019 at 20:00. This race is organised by Coralstown Kinnegad GAA club with assistance from Coralstown Kinnegad Athletic Club. This race has firmly established itself on the local race calendar and yet again the race retains wonderful support from local clubs and runners. This evening's race is the 10th anniversary of a race which has managed to keep the same route and setup during a decade of change in road running. The race was first run in 2010 (see the photograph link below) and has used the same route for each of the ten runnings of the race. The race is a right handed course, flat and fast and takes runners on a traffic free route which includes 3KM on the local road 'Boreen Bradach', which is a very popular walking and jogging route around the outskirts of the town. The boreen is a flat and sheltered by hedgerow. The boreen benefits from a new surface which was applied over the last number of years. The earlier editions of the race seen the boreen as a typical rural road from yesteryear with a line of grass growing up the middle of the road. The boreen emerges onto the main street with the finish is on this famous main street of Kinnegad in front of Harry's Hotel. This Kinnegad streetscape will be well known to many many people who traveled between the east and west of Ireland before the arrival of the motorway system which we have today. Kinnegad is situated at the intersection of the both the M6 Galway bound motorway and the M4 Sligo/Mayo bound motorway. Indeed, the change in the running landscape over the past decade can be seen in the change around Kinnegad during this time. The town will soon open an Aldi store (in summer 2019) and has recently opened The Kinnegad Plaza, just off the M4. The famous main street of Kinnegad has seen its fair share of change during this time also. Tonight's weather for the race was reasonably good racing weather. The recent warm weather gave way to better conditions with temperatures of around 17C on the night. There was a light shower of rain during the race which made underfoot conditions a little slippery after the recent dry spell. The boreen is well shaded with mature hedgerows on either side for the majority of the course on this stretch. There was refreshments served in the GAA club The full set of photographs from tonight's race are available at www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709557778376 . Photographs from the 1st Kinnegad 5KM Road Race 2010 www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157624580703513
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    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-07-09 19:05:49
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°27'15"N - 7°5'59"W
  • This is a photograph from the 10th annual Kinnegad 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019 which was held in the town of Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 10th July 2019 at 20:00. This race is organised by Coralstown Kinnegad GAA club with assistance from Coralstown Kinnegad Athletic Club. This race has firmly established itself on the local race calendar and yet again the race retains wonderful support from local clubs and runners. This evening's race is the 10th anniversary of a race which has managed to keep the same route and setup during a decade of change in road running. The race was first run in 2010 (see the photograph link below) and has used the same route for each of the ten runnings of the race. The race is a right handed course, flat and fast and takes runners on a traffic free route which includes 3KM on the local road 'Boreen Bradach', which is a very popular walking and jogging route around the outskirts of the town. The boreen is a flat and sheltered by hedgerow. The boreen benefits from a new surface which was applied over the last number of years. The earlier editions of the race seen the boreen as a typical rural road from yesteryear with a line of grass growing up the middle of the road. The boreen emerges onto the main street with the finish is on this famous main street of Kinnegad in front of Harry's Hotel. This Kinnegad streetscape will be well known to many many people who traveled between the east and west of Ireland before the arrival of the motorway system which we have today. Kinnegad is situated at the intersection of the both the M6 Galway bound motorway and the M4 Sligo/Mayo bound motorway. Indeed, the change in the running landscape over the past decade can be seen in the change around Kinnegad during this time. The town will soon open an Aldi store (in summer 2019) and has recently opened The Kinnegad Plaza, just off the M4. The famous main street of Kinnegad has seen its fair share of change during this time also. Tonight's weather for the race was reasonably good racing weather. The recent warm weather gave way to better conditions with temperatures of around 17C on the night. There was a light shower of rain during the race which made underfoot conditions a little slippery after the recent dry spell. The boreen is well shaded with mature hedgerows on either side for the majority of the course on this stretch. There was refreshments served in the GAA club The full set of photographs from tonight's race are available at www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709557778376 . Photographs from the 1st Kinnegad 5KM Road Race 2010 www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157624580703513
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    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-07-09 19:05:50
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°27'15"N - 7°5'59"W
  • This is a photograph from the 10th annual Kinnegad 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019 which was held in the town of Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 10th July 2019 at 20:00. This race is organised by Coralstown Kinnegad GAA club with assistance from Coralstown Kinnegad Athletic Club. This race has firmly established itself on the local race calendar and yet again the race retains wonderful support from local clubs and runners. This evening's race is the 10th anniversary of a race which has managed to keep the same route and setup during a decade of change in road running. The race was first run in 2010 (see the photograph link below) and has used the same route for each of the ten runnings of the race. The race is a right handed course, flat and fast and takes runners on a traffic free route which includes 3KM on the local road 'Boreen Bradach', which is a very popular walking and jogging route around the outskirts of the town. The boreen is a flat and sheltered by hedgerow. The boreen benefits from a new surface which was applied over the last number of years. The earlier editions of the race seen the boreen as a typical rural road from yesteryear with a line of grass growing up the middle of the road. The boreen emerges onto the main street with the finish is on this famous main street of Kinnegad in front of Harry's Hotel. This Kinnegad streetscape will be well known to many many people who traveled between the east and west of Ireland before the arrival of the motorway system which we have today. Kinnegad is situated at the intersection of the both the M6 Galway bound motorway and the M4 Sligo/Mayo bound motorway. Indeed, the change in the running landscape over the past decade can be seen in the change around Kinnegad during this time. The town will soon open an Aldi store (in summer 2019) and has recently opened The Kinnegad Plaza, just off the M4. The famous main street of Kinnegad has seen its fair share of change during this time also. Tonight's weather for the race was reasonably good racing weather. The recent warm weather gave way to better conditions with temperatures of around 17C on the night. There was a light shower of rain during the race which made underfoot conditions a little slippery after the recent dry spell. The boreen is well shaded with mature hedgerows on either side for the majority of the course on this stretch. There was refreshments served in the GAA club The full set of photographs from tonight's race are available at www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709557778376 . Photographs from the 1st Kinnegad 5KM Road Race 2010 www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157624580703513
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    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-07-09 19:06:57
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°27'15"N - 7°5'59"W
  • This is a photograph from the 10th annual Kinnegad 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019 which was held in the town of Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 10th July 2019 at 20:00. This race is organised by Coralstown Kinnegad GAA club with assistance from Coralstown Kinnegad Athletic Club. This race has firmly established itself on the local race calendar and yet again the race retains wonderful support from local clubs and runners. This evening's race is the 10th anniversary of a race which has managed to keep the same route and setup during a decade of change in road running. The race was first run in 2010 (see the photograph link below) and has used the same route for each of the ten runnings of the race. The race is a right handed course, flat and fast and takes runners on a traffic free route which includes 3KM on the local road 'Boreen Bradach', which is a very popular walking and jogging route around the outskirts of the town. The boreen is a flat and sheltered by hedgerow. The boreen benefits from a new surface which was applied over the last number of years. The earlier editions of the race seen the boreen as a typical rural road from yesteryear with a line of grass growing up the middle of the road. The boreen emerges onto the main street with the finish is on this famous main street of Kinnegad in front of Harry's Hotel. This Kinnegad streetscape will be well known to many many people who traveled between the east and west of Ireland before the arrival of the motorway system which we have today. Kinnegad is situated at the intersection of the both the M6 Galway bound motorway and the M4 Sligo/Mayo bound motorway. Indeed, the change in the running landscape over the past decade can be seen in the change around Kinnegad during this time. The town will soon open an Aldi store (in summer 2019) and has recently opened The Kinnegad Plaza, just off the M4. The famous main street of Kinnegad has seen its fair share of change during this time also. Tonight's weather for the race was reasonably good racing weather. The recent warm weather gave way to better conditions with temperatures of around 17C on the night. There was a light shower of rain during the race which made underfoot conditions a little slippery after the recent dry spell. The boreen is well shaded with mature hedgerows on either side for the majority of the course on this stretch. There was refreshments served in the GAA club The full set of photographs from tonight's race are available at www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709557778376 . Photographs from the 1st Kinnegad 5KM Road Race 2010 www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157624580703513
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    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-07-10 18:19:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°27'15"N - 7°5'59"W
  • This is a photograph from the 10th annual Kinnegad 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019 which was held in the town of Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 10th July 2019 at 20:00. This race is organised by Coralstown Kinnegad GAA club with assistance from Coralstown Kinnegad Athletic Club. This race has firmly established itself on the local race calendar and yet again the race retains wonderful support from local clubs and runners. This evening's race is the 10th anniversary of a race which has managed to keep the same route and setup during a decade of change in road running. The race was first run in 2010 (see the photograph link below) and has used the same route for each of the ten runnings of the race. The race is a right handed course, flat and fast and takes runners on a traffic free route which includes 3KM on the local road 'Boreen Bradach', which is a very popular walking and jogging route around the outskirts of the town. The boreen is a flat and sheltered by hedgerow. The boreen benefits from a new surface which was applied over the last number of years. The earlier editions of the race seen the boreen as a typical rural road from yesteryear with a line of grass growing up the middle of the road. The boreen emerges onto the main street with the finish is on this famous main street of Kinnegad in front of Harry's Hotel. This Kinnegad streetscape will be well known to many many people who traveled between the east and west of Ireland before the arrival of the motorway system which we have today. Kinnegad is situated at the intersection of the both the M6 Galway bound motorway and the M4 Sligo/Mayo bound motorway. Indeed, the change in the running landscape over the past decade can be seen in the change around Kinnegad during this time. The town will soon open an Aldi store (in summer 2019) and has recently opened The Kinnegad Plaza, just off the M4. The famous main street of Kinnegad has seen its fair share of change during this time also. Tonight's weather for the race was reasonably good racing weather. The recent warm weather gave way to better conditions with temperatures of around 17C on the night. There was a light shower of rain during the race which made underfoot conditions a little slippery after the recent dry spell. The boreen is well shaded with mature hedgerows on either side for the majority of the course on this stretch. There was refreshments served in the GAA club The full set of photographs from tonight's race are available at www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709557778376 . Photographs from the 1st Kinnegad 5KM Road Race 2010 www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157624580703513
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    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-07-10 18:20:09
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°27'15"N - 7°5'59"W
  • This is a photograph from the 10th annual Kinnegad 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019 which was held in the town of Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 10th July 2019 at 20:00. This race is organised by Coralstown Kinnegad GAA club with assistance from Coralstown Kinnegad Athletic Club. This race has firmly established itself on the local race calendar and yet again the race retains wonderful support from local clubs and runners. This evening's race is the 10th anniversary of a race which has managed to keep the same route and setup during a decade of change in road running. The race was first run in 2010 (see the photograph link below) and has used the same route for each of the ten runnings of the race. The race is a right handed course, flat and fast and takes runners on a traffic free route which includes 3KM on the local road 'Boreen Bradach', which is a very popular walking and jogging route around the outskirts of the town. The boreen is a flat and sheltered by hedgerow. The boreen benefits from a new surface which was applied over the last number of years. The earlier editions of the race seen the boreen as a typical rural road from yesteryear with a line of grass growing up the middle of the road. The boreen emerges onto the main street with the finish is on this famous main street of Kinnegad in front of Harry's Hotel. This Kinnegad streetscape will be well known to many many people who traveled between the east and west of Ireland before the arrival of the motorway system which we have today. Kinnegad is situated at the intersection of the both the M6 Galway bound motorway and the M4 Sligo/Mayo bound motorway. Indeed, the change in the running landscape over the past decade can be seen in the change around Kinnegad during this time. The town will soon open an Aldi store (in summer 2019) and has recently opened The Kinnegad Plaza, just off the M4. The famous main street of Kinnegad has seen its fair share of change during this time also. Tonight's weather for the race was reasonably good racing weather. The recent warm weather gave way to better conditions with temperatures of around 17C on the night. There was a light shower of rain during the race which made underfoot conditions a little slippery after the recent dry spell. The boreen is well shaded with mature hedgerows on either side for the majority of the course on this stretch. There was refreshments served in the GAA club The full set of photographs from tonight's race are available at www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709557778376 . Photographs from the 1st Kinnegad 5KM Road Race 2010 www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157624580703513
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Kinnegad 5KM 2019
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-07-10 18:45:14
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°27'15"N - 7°5'59"W
  • This is a photograph from the 10th annual Kinnegad 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019 which was held in the town of Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 10th July 2019 at 20:00. This race is organised by Coralstown Kinnegad GAA club with assistance from Coralstown Kinnegad Athletic Club. This race has firmly established itself on the local race calendar and yet again the race retains wonderful support from local clubs and runners. This evening's race is the 10th anniversary of a race which has managed to keep the same route and setup during a decade of change in road running. The race was first run in 2010 (see the photograph link below) and has used the same route for each of the ten runnings of the race. The race is a right handed course, flat and fast and takes runners on a traffic free route which includes 3KM on the local road 'Boreen Bradach', which is a very popular walking and jogging route around the outskirts of the town. The boreen is a flat and sheltered by hedgerow. The boreen benefits from a new surface which was applied over the last number of years. The earlier editions of the race seen the boreen as a typical rural road from yesteryear with a line of grass growing up the middle of the road. The boreen emerges onto the main street with the finish is on this famous main street of Kinnegad in front of Harry's Hotel. This Kinnegad streetscape will be well known to many many people who traveled between the east and west of Ireland before the arrival of the motorway system which we have today. Kinnegad is situated at the intersection of the both the M6 Galway bound motorway and the M4 Sligo/Mayo bound motorway. Indeed, the change in the running landscape over the past decade can be seen in the change around Kinnegad during this time. The town will soon open an Aldi store (in summer 2019) and has recently opened The Kinnegad Plaza, just off the M4. The famous main street of Kinnegad has seen its fair share of change during this time also. Tonight's weather for the race was reasonably good racing weather. The recent warm weather gave way to better conditions with temperatures of around 17C on the night. There was a light shower of rain during the race which made underfoot conditions a little slippery after the recent dry spell. The boreen is well shaded with mature hedgerows on either side for the majority of the course on this stretch. There was refreshments served in the GAA club The full set of photographs from tonight's race are available at www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709557778376 . Photographs from the 1st Kinnegad 5KM Road Race 2010 www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157624580703513
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Kinnegad 5KM 2019
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-07-10 19:36:09
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°27'15"N - 7°5'59"W
  • This is a photograph from the 10th annual Kinnegad 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019 which was held in the town of Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 10th July 2019 at 20:00. This race is organised by Coralstown Kinnegad GAA club with assistance from Coralstown Kinnegad Athletic Club. This race has firmly established itself on the local race calendar and yet again the race retains wonderful support from local clubs and runners. This evening's race is the 10th anniversary of a race which has managed to keep the same route and setup during a decade of change in road running. The race was first run in 2010 (see the photograph link below) and has used the same route for each of the ten runnings of the race. The race is a right handed course, flat and fast and takes runners on a traffic free route which includes 3KM on the local road 'Boreen Bradach', which is a very popular walking and jogging route around the outskirts of the town. The boreen is a flat and sheltered by hedgerow. The boreen benefits from a new surface which was applied over the last number of years. The earlier editions of the race seen the boreen as a typical rural road from yesteryear with a line of grass growing up the middle of the road. The boreen emerges onto the main street with the finish is on this famous main street of Kinnegad in front of Harry's Hotel. This Kinnegad streetscape will be well known to many many people who traveled between the east and west of Ireland before the arrival of the motorway system which we have today. Kinnegad is situated at the intersection of the both the M6 Galway bound motorway and the M4 Sligo/Mayo bound motorway. Indeed, the change in the running landscape over the past decade can be seen in the change around Kinnegad during this time. The town will soon open an Aldi store (in summer 2019) and has recently opened The Kinnegad Plaza, just off the M4. The famous main street of Kinnegad has seen its fair share of change during this time also. Tonight's weather for the race was reasonably good racing weather. The recent warm weather gave way to better conditions with temperatures of around 17C on the night. There was a light shower of rain during the race which made underfoot conditions a little slippery after the recent dry spell. The boreen is well shaded with mature hedgerows on either side for the majority of the course on this stretch. There was refreshments served in the GAA club The full set of photographs from tonight's race are available at www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709557778376 . Photographs from the 1st Kinnegad 5KM Road Race 2010 www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157624580703513
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Kinnegad 5KM 2019
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-07-10 20:20:52
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°27'15"N - 7°5'59"W
  • This is a photograph from the 10th annual Kinnegad 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019 which was held in the town of Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 10th July 2019 at 20:00. This race is organised by Coralstown Kinnegad GAA club with assistance from Coralstown Kinnegad Athletic Club. This race has firmly established itself on the local race calendar and yet again the race retains wonderful support from local clubs and runners. This evening's race is the 10th anniversary of a race which has managed to keep the same route and setup during a decade of change in road running. The race was first run in 2010 (see the photograph link below) and has used the same route for each of the ten runnings of the race. The race is a right handed course, flat and fast and takes runners on a traffic free route which includes 3KM on the local road 'Boreen Bradach', which is a very popular walking and jogging route around the outskirts of the town. The boreen is a flat and sheltered by hedgerow. The boreen benefits from a new surface which was applied over the last number of years. The earlier editions of the race seen the boreen as a typical rural road from yesteryear with a line of grass growing up the middle of the road. The boreen emerges onto the main street with the finish is on this famous main street of Kinnegad in front of Harry's Hotel. This Kinnegad streetscape will be well known to many many people who traveled between the east and west of Ireland before the arrival of the motorway system which we have today. Kinnegad is situated at the intersection of the both the M6 Galway bound motorway and the M4 Sligo/Mayo bound motorway. Indeed, the change in the running landscape over the past decade can be seen in the change around Kinnegad during this time. The town will soon open an Aldi store (in summer 2019) and has recently opened The Kinnegad Plaza, just off the M4. The famous main street of Kinnegad has seen its fair share of change during this time also. Tonight's weather for the race was reasonably good racing weather. The recent warm weather gave way to better conditions with temperatures of around 17C on the night. There was a light shower of rain during the race which made underfoot conditions a little slippery after the recent dry spell. The boreen is well shaded with mature hedgerows on either side for the majority of the course on this stretch. There was refreshments served in the GAA club The full set of photographs from tonight's race are available at www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709557778376 . Photographs from the 1st Kinnegad 5KM Road Race 2010 www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157624580703513
  • License*: Attribution-NonCommercial License - photo in flikr foto flickr
    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-07-10 20:20:59
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°27'15"N - 7°5'59"W
  • This is a photograph from the 10th annual Kinnegad 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019 which was held in the town of Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 10th July 2019 at 20:00. This race is organised by Coralstown Kinnegad GAA club with assistance from Coralstown Kinnegad Athletic Club. This race has firmly established itself on the local race calendar and yet again the race retains wonderful support from local clubs and runners. This evening's race is the 10th anniversary of a race which has managed to keep the same route and setup during a decade of change in road running. The race was first run in 2010 (see the photograph link below) and has used the same route for each of the ten runnings of the race. The race is a right handed course, flat and fast and takes runners on a traffic free route which includes 3KM on the local road 'Boreen Bradach', which is a very popular walking and jogging route around the outskirts of the town. The boreen is a flat and sheltered by hedgerow. The boreen benefits from a new surface which was applied over the last number of years. The earlier editions of the race seen the boreen as a typical rural road from yesteryear with a line of grass growing up the middle of the road. The boreen emerges onto the main street with the finish is on this famous main street of Kinnegad in front of Harry's Hotel. This Kinnegad streetscape will be well known to many many people who traveled between the east and west of Ireland before the arrival of the motorway system which we have today. Kinnegad is situated at the intersection of the both the M6 Galway bound motorway and the M4 Sligo/Mayo bound motorway. Indeed, the change in the running landscape over the past decade can be seen in the change around Kinnegad during this time. The town will soon open an Aldi store (in summer 2019) and has recently opened The Kinnegad Plaza, just off the M4. The famous main street of Kinnegad has seen its fair share of change during this time also. Tonight's weather for the race was reasonably good racing weather. The recent warm weather gave way to better conditions with temperatures of around 17C on the night. There was a light shower of rain during the race which made underfoot conditions a little slippery after the recent dry spell. The boreen is well shaded with mature hedgerows on either side for the majority of the course on this stretch. There was refreshments served in the GAA club The full set of photographs from tonight's race are available at www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709557778376 . Photographs from the 1st Kinnegad 5KM Road Race 2010 www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157624580703513
  • License*: Attribution-NonCommercial License - photo in flikr foto flickr
    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
Kinnegad 5KM 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-07-10 20:21:10
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°27'15"N - 7°5'59"W
  • This is a photograph from the 10th annual Kinnegad 5KM Road Race and Fun Run 2019 which was held in the town of Kinnegad, Co. Westmeath, Ireland on Wednesday 10th July 2019 at 20:00. This race is organised by Coralstown Kinnegad GAA club with assistance from Coralstown Kinnegad Athletic Club. This race has firmly established itself on the local race calendar and yet again the race retains wonderful support from local clubs and runners. This evening's race is the 10th anniversary of a race which has managed to keep the same route and setup during a decade of change in road running. The race was first run in 2010 (see the photograph link below) and has used the same route for each of the ten runnings of the race. The race is a right handed course, flat and fast and takes runners on a traffic free route which includes 3KM on the local road 'Boreen Bradach', which is a very popular walking and jogging route around the outskirts of the town. The boreen is a flat and sheltered by hedgerow. The boreen benefits from a new surface which was applied over the last number of years. The earlier editions of the race seen the boreen as a typical rural road from yesteryear with a line of grass growing up the middle of the road. The boreen emerges onto the main street with the finish is on this famous main street of Kinnegad in front of Harry's Hotel. This Kinnegad streetscape will be well known to many many people who traveled between the east and west of Ireland before the arrival of the motorway system which we have today. Kinnegad is situated at the intersection of the both the M6 Galway bound motorway and the M4 Sligo/Mayo bound motorway. Indeed, the change in the running landscape over the past decade can be seen in the change around Kinnegad during this time. The town will soon open an Aldi store (in summer 2019) and has recently opened The Kinnegad Plaza, just off the M4. The famous main street of Kinnegad has seen its fair share of change during this time also. Tonight's weather for the race was reasonably good racing weather. The recent warm weather gave way to better conditions with temperatures of around 17C on the night. There was a light shower of rain during the race which made underfoot conditions a little slippery after the recent dry spell. The boreen is well shaded with mature hedgerows on either side for the majority of the course on this stretch. There was refreshments served in the GAA club The full set of photographs from tonight's race are available at www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709557778376 . Photographs from the 1st Kinnegad 5KM Road Race 2010 www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157624580703513
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    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
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