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Fit4Life

The Celbridge AC Fit4Life group is a very active part of Celbridge AC and has grown in popularity every year since its inception in 2010.

Latest Fit4Life News

Fit4Life at Celbridge AC

Fit4Life is an Athletics Association of Ireland initiative through which adults can get fit, stay fit and enjoy themselves. The Celbridge AC Fit4Life group is a very active part of Celbridge AC and has grown in popularity every year since its inception in 2010.

Training times are 7pm to 8pm on Wednesday evenings. A typical sesssion will involve qualified coaches directing the group through warm ups, stretches, walking, jogging and running routines. All abilities are catered for and every session is designed to allow everyone to participate at a level that suits the individual.   
 

Celbridge Fit4Life members take part in races and events all over Ireland and, indeed, abroad also. Times are important to some but are equally less important than participation to most. Keeping active and healthy drives our members and keeps the group strong. 
Find us on Facebook as Celbridge Fit4Life

Juvenile

Celbridge AC are committed to ensuring that all Juveniles have an enjoyable and positive experience while partaking in athletics. Click on the above link for more information.

Latest Juvenile News

We will this weekend have a number of athletes competing in the Leinster Team Events in Tullamore. The kids will compete in a variety of events such as 60m, 600m, Turbo Jav, Long Jump, Shot Putt & they will finish the day with the relays. 

Good Luck to the Under 12 girls, Ava, Meabh, Erin, Michaela & also to the under 11 girls team Aoibheann, Abbie, Kristiana & Maeve.

Good luck team, John Tracy Derek & Jay

Senior

The Senior section of the the club covers all disciplines, so we have multiplie groups across various events. Click on the above link for more information.

Latest Senior News

The Senior athletes at the club continue to go from strength to strength and continue to blow everyone away.

 Congratulations Eoin McManus on winning last weeks lap of the Gap half marathon....a gruelling race from Glendalough with a continuous 12 km climb past Glenmacness waterfall then a testing technical return to the finish. Eoin battled through the rain to smash the course record by two minutes

 

 

SENIOR ATHLETES (18+)

Distance running

Tuesday, 6:30 pm and 7.30pm: Celbridge AC track, Celbridge.

Thursday, 6:30 pm and 7.30pm: Celbridge AC track, Celbridge.

Saturday, 10am; Celbridge AC track (usually Celbridge track, notification given if change of venue)

Sunday, 8:00 am: Celbridge House & various venues

The Sunday morning session is usually a long run, venue to be decided during each week.

 

 

Castletown Parkrun