Greystones AC's Athletics Wicklow Star Award Winners! Well done to all! Jack McGlone U16-19 Boys, Ellen McNally Junior Women, Ronan Dempsey Junior Men, Ailbhe Gordon U14-16 Girls, Daniel Quirk U14-16 Boys.
The committee of Greystones AC has suspended training until further notice, under guidelines from Athletics Ireland. Athletes should try to keep their fitness levels up during this time!
Greystones Athletic Club is centred at the heart of the community and caters for all athletes young and old, beginners to internationals. Whether you just want to stay fit or compete at the highest level we are able to help. We have a large number of experienced, qualified and enthusiastic coaches who instruct a number of training groups including; Little Athletics, Fit4life, Road Running and specialist coaching groups for endurance, sprints, hurdles, throws and jumps. The club currently competes in a number of competitions from County to International level and we're sure we have something for you!
Club Motto: Nobody said it was easy
REGISTRATION FOR 2020
We have now completed renewal of Registrations for 2020 and will offer the small number of available places to those on our waiting list during this coming week.
Please note that there will be NO TRAINING for the 5-6pm & 6-7pm groups this coming week, because of the mid-term break. The 7-8.30pm groups will train as usual. It is very important that all relay runners attend on Tues & Wed evenings for training, before their event on Saturday next.
Well done to Jack McGlone, Tom McCarthy, Colm O’Neill and Emma Wylie who competed in the National XC Championships recently in Abbottstown and Dunboyne.
Hugh congratulations to Brian Geraghty who led the Irish M45 team to silver medals in the Home Counties XC in Ainfield recently. Brian finished 5th overall in the M45 section, a fantastic performance particularly for someone so new to XC!
Well done to Joe Dowd running 16.29 in the Jingle Bells 5K on Dec. 7th ,where he improved on last year’s time by 32 secs. Great running guys!
Well done to all who competed in the recent Leinster XC Championships in Gowran & Ferbane. The Club greatly appreciates your support and participation. We have found over the years that athletes who take part in competitions get so much more out of their participation and enjoy being part of their teams. These athletes acquire long term health and social benefits, and are less likely to drop their fitness as young adults.
Well done to all who competed in the recent County XC Championships in Roundwood & Avondale. The Club appreciates your support and participation. We have found over the years that athletes who take part in competitions get so much more out of their participation and enjoy being part of their teams. These athletes acquire long term health and social benefits, and are less likely to drop their fitness as young adults. We were disappointed with the very poor attendance both days and failed to make up teams in many age groups, but we were impressed with the performances of those who did compete at these events.