Development

Athletics Ireland's Development Team is responsible for participation and club development programmes as well coaching education.

Team

Development Team

There are six Regional Development officers lead by Pat Ryan, Director of Development CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE RDO TEAM

Coaching

Coaching Development

Athletics Ireland assists the development of coaching expertise through its mentoring and educational programmes: LEARN MORE ABOUT BECOMING A COACH AND COACHING COURSES

little athletics

Little Athletics

Little Athletics is a program designed to address the specific physical requirements of children in the 5 - 10 year old age bracket. It focuses on introducing the fundamentals of athletic movement to children in a fun, exciting and non-competitive environment. LEARN MORE ABOUT LITTLE ATHLETICS

regional squads

Regional Squads

Athletics Ireland's national and regional squads provide support and expertise to our emerging athletes to help them to fulfil their potential LEARN MORE ABOUT REGIONAL SQUADS

Fit 4 Life

Fun Running Fit4life

The Fit4Life programme can help you develop your fitness in a fun sociable environment. The programme is suitable for beginners through to regular runners, and the emphasis is on meeting with people of a similar ability on a regular basis to walk or run. LEARN MORE ABOUT FIT4LIFE

start

How to Start a Club

Athletics Ireland can provide all the support and expertise needed to form a new athletics club FIND OUT MORE

benefits

Benefits of Club Membership

FIND OUT MORE about the benefits of Athletics Ireland membership

Find a Club

Find a Club

To find your Local Club CLICK HERE

Contact

Child Welfare

Athletics Ireland is fully committed to ensuring that young people are safeguarded in their participation in athletics in Ireland. LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR CHILD WELFARE POLCIES

Road Races and Events

Samsung Run Cork 10k
Samsung Run Dublin 10k
Rock N Roll Series Dublin
St Patricks Festival 5k
Northwest 10K
ait booking
donegal
laura lynn
Strabane Lifford Half Marathon
Ramble Aid
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