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Run Clare 5 to10 Fitness Challenge finisher's medal

The Clare Echo reveals Run Clare 5 to 10 Fitness Challenge medal

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WE HAVE been given the absolute privilege of revealing the series medal for the Run Clare 5 to 10 Fitness Challenge, and we couldn’t be more excited!

We announced our partnership with Run Clare’s event last night and we are delighted to be able to assist Lorraine, Jason and the team on making it a big success.

The passion, commitment and energy that goes into running an event like this is incredible.

With entries already received from over 20 counties in Ireland, the event will showcase the fantastic routes, as well as the breath-taking scenery and atmosphere that County Clare has to offer.

So whether you are a solo runner, a member of a club, or you want your workplace to take part, contact Run Clare – The 5 to 10 Fitness Challenge today.

Run Clare Series
Run Clare Series

The 5k will be in the lovely village of Barefield; it’ll be a great way to start the journey around the country lanes.

The 5 mile will take us to the seaside town of Lahinch where the views on the route will be breathtaking.

Back to Ennis for the Eamon Moloney 10k, where the urban location is known for its family atmosphere and fast, flat route.

Finally we are heading to East Clare and Tuamgraney for the 10 mile; we’ll have spectacular views over Lough Derg in the last event before collecting the stunning finishers gift.

We couldn’t let the event pass without making sure the whole The Clare Echo team got whipped into shape and of course creating a bit of friendly office rivalry.

Stuart, Elaine, Ciara and Monica will be racing across each finish line, with the help of our Business Development Manager Ciara – so if you think you can match us, or you think you have what it takes to compete against us, we welcome the challenge!

Sign up here: https://events.fitlive.ie/run-clare—the-5-to-10-fitness-challenge

Elaine has been a member of staff with The Clare Echo since its foundation in October 2017. The paper's first Chief Reporter, the Kilrush woman is now working as a sub-editor in our busy newsroom. In 2015, she graduated from the University of Limerick with a Masters in Journalism. Elaine briefly worked with the RTE Investigations Unit on the Standards in Public Office investigation before returning to Clare to continue her career as a reporter with the Clare People where she spent nine months as the West Clare correspondent and also covered the 2016 General Election and 2016 Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann.

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