Newest addition to Cushinstown Athletic Club is our new pilates room which we hope to be able to utilise very soon. Thanks to Carranstown Community Grant Scheme for their support, Stephen McKee for his assistance and to Phelim for his great renovations.
2021 Provisional Competition Calendar Athletics Ireland are pleased to release a provisional 2021 competition calendar.All events are subject to the easing of current Covid-19 restrictions and changes to the competition calendar will be made intermittently so we advise people to check regularly for updates.
Specific event details will be released as they become available.We note that in the recently released Resilience and Recovery Covid19 document that there is provision for a return to activity for outdoor, non-contact training in pods of 15 at Level 4. We see this as a very positive development for our sport.
We greatly appreciate the patience you have all shown during these pandemic times.
Click the link below for the updated fixtures https://www.athleticsireland.ie/competition/fixtures
A fixture overview document is available via the link below for anyone having issues accessing the fixture lists https://www.athleticsireland.ie/…/2021_Fixture_List…
Some dates for your diary for the summer Outdoor Championships 2021:Subject to government restrictions in place at the time of the event:
June 6th & 7th – Leinster Junior Senior & Master Championships – Tullamore
July 10th – Leinster Juvenile U12-U19 Championships Day 1 – Tullamore
July 17th & 18th – Leinster Juvenile U14-U19 Championships Day 2&3 – Tullamore
July 24th & 25th – Leinster Childrens Games (U9-U11) + Juvenile U12-13 Championships – 3xVenues TBC Will be a Sub Regionally event, Medals to be Award in each Subregion, top 3 in Leinster will go forward to Nationals in Pairs & U12+U13 600m, top 4 otherwise.
TBC – Leinster Relays & Combined Events Championships
If you’ve any question please get in contact with Carmel at firstname.lastname@example.org
To All Stakeholders,
We are very conscious that our membership is anxious to return to training and competition when the Government allows us to exit the current Level 5 lockdown. We continue to discuss and lobby for a return for athletics on a weekly basis with representatives of the Sport Ireland Expert Group and other key decision makers. We do note that in the recently released Resilience and Recovery Covid19 document attached that there is provision for a return to activity for outdoor, non-contact training in pods of 15 at Level 4. We see this a s a very positive development for our sport.
We greatly appreciate the patience you have all shown during these pandemic times and we commit to regular, transparent communication with our stakeholders. We will share any developments on the re-opening of sport from the Sport Ireland Expert Group as we receive them. https://www.athleticsireland.ie/about/COVID-19
Late February early March normally comes with great excitement as after months of training sees our athletes head to Athlone or NIA Indoor Arena to compete in the Athletics Leinster Championships, it’s not to be this year but fingers crossed we won’t have to wait too much longer to get back to what we love to do, here are some memories over the last few years……