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#Ultra-running

# ultra-running - Sunday 7 April, 2019

'I broke my collarbone during a 160km mountain race in Tennessee. No help was coming, it was a matter of survival' Heroic This post contains videos

'I broke my collarbone during a 160km mountain race in Tennessee. No help was coming, it was a matter of survival'

Cork’s Eoin Keith on his distinguished career in ultra running, winning the UK’s ‘most brutal race’ and taking part in the Netflix-famous Barkley Marathons last year.

# ultra-running - Saturday 29 September, 2018

‘You can train for the physical side but you never expect the emotional connection’

Irish ultra-runner Alex O’Shea talks running 32 marathons in 16 days and the impact of Irish Guide Dogs.

# ultra-running - Monday 5 June, 2017

The Galway man running -- and organising -- the world's most amazing races

If you’ve read about an interesting race somewhere, Richard Donovan is very likely to have been the organiser.

# ultra-running - Wednesday 28 December, 2016

Why a guy who runs 100-mile races eats a high fat diet while training

There’s no reason to get off the couch after that turkey sandwich.

# ultra-running - Monday 1 August, 2016

From TheJournal.ie These two people are running the ENTIRE Wild Atlantic Way for charity Fair Play

# ultra-running - Thursday 1 October, 2015

How did Cork fireman Alex O'Shea get on in his latest incredible record attempt?

Alex O’Shea was attempting to run from Malin to Mizen