HI Everyone,

I’ll own up now regardless of the outcome. I’m out in the THE RACE tomorrow morning at 5.00am. It’s a 24 hr Adventure race so anyone who knows me is probably thinking “he missed April fool”. Lets see how it goes, one step / stage at a time, it’s a challenge and I’ve always said that a Challenge must be 50% possible and 50% not and thats for sure this time. Wish me Luck My Number #88 and you can follow my progress HERE.

See you’s for a long winded report next week. Harold

Shore 2 Summit 2018 – Done & Dusted

The scene was set with a real adventure course and the not so familiar blue sky’s and Sun overhead. Then the main ingredient arrived, participants in high spirits and a great buzz and that persisted right to the end creating a fantastic atmosphere around the finish arena. That’s when you know an event has been successful and I thank each and every competitor from the 19 counties that were represented. Congratulations to each and every one of you and hope to see you back again on the 6th April ’19. Round up a few friends, get training and have something special to look forward to.

Here are the results of the hard training over the past few months

Extreme Race

1st Male – Diarmuid Meldon, Dublin

1st Female – Roisin Harkin, Dublin

2nd Male – Frankie McGinley, Derrybeg

1st Male vet – Andrew Wallace, Bridgend

Sprint Race

1st Male – Adrian Farrell, Monaghan

1st Female – Sharon Martin, Wexford

2nd Male – Danny Quigley, Derry

2nd Female – Sinead O Brien, Buncrana

1st Male vet – Michael Barrett, Buncrana

1st Female vet – Georgina Dixon, Buncrana

Mini Race

1st Male – Emmet Brown, Newtowncunningham

1st Female – Jane Merrigan, Wicklow

2nd Male – James Doherty, Buncrana

2nd Female – Ailish Mc Fadden, Meath

1st Male vet – Kevin Mawhinney, Carrickfergus

1st Female vet – Margaret Magee, Carrickfergus

Extreme Race – Team Winner

Fergal Higgins / Paddy Mc Toal, Ballymena

Extreme Top Club winner

Dark Knights Club, Belfast

Sprint Top Club winner

Inish Fitness, Buncrana

Shore 2 Summit Adventure – Enter NOW only days left

Easily one of Ireland’s best Adventure courses with beautiful and challenging courses at every level.

  • 22km Mini Adventure
  • 41km Sprint Adventure – ( team of 2 options)
  • 62km Extreme Adventure – (Team of 2 options)

Kayaking optional, any bike choice but favoring hybrid type, prepare to get mucky on mountain trek.

Fantastic medals, brilliant Tech shirts, great hospitality, showers, hot food & craic at finish.

No pre-race day Pack collection necessary – do everything on race morning.

Weather’s improving, its time for a challenge register NOW (only days left for registration)

An Easter Challenge – Can you Rise to the occasion

Shore 2 Summit Adventure race in a truly unbelievable adventure setting of rugged landscapes with a perfect balance of scenery, lakes, trails and mountains. So can you rise to the challenge in your own fitness category with the options of a – 22km Mini course – 41km Sprint course – 62km Extreme Course.

Shore 2 Summit Adventure – Great stats for 2018

After the late winter snow, things are starting to warm up, as are the entries to Shore 2 Summit. Reg. stats to-date have Antrim a close 2nd to Donegal with Dublin beating Derry into 3rd place. We have 12 counties represented, is your County in? are you in? Register now for a really memorable and hospitable Adventure. See you in Donegal

Adventure Race for all fitnesses

Training or just promising yourself to start? 7 weeks into the year and still blaming the weather?, it’ll soon be Easter. Shore 2 Summit Adventure race has 3 race types, so whether your stuck into training or just starting there is a doable race there for you. Register now and set yourself a target for Easter with our 22k Mini, 41k Sprint & 62k Extreme challenges. Come on – No more excuses

Setting records and sharing memories

Over the past 3 years the Quadrathon has seen many runners reach Milestones, hosted Nick Nicholsons 240 Marathons/1yr Guinness World Record and even STAR WARS couldn’t resist our beautiful Landscapes featured in the Last Jedi. Come and see for yourself and understand why participants go home with lasting memories and raving about their experience.



Planning a special Goal in ’18 – do it with Extreme North

Planning a Milestone in 2018?, conquer it in the amazing Donegal Landscapes and celebrate it in our friendly race atmosphere and hospitality. Dave Brady ran his 300th Marathon in 2014, Nick Nicholson Set a Guinness World Record – 240 Marathons in 1 year at Quadrathon ’17 and there were lots more. Our events are challenging, rewarding and we’d love to celebrate your milestone with you. Register now, Last Week for EARLY BIRD


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