Due to the health and safety concerns brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic we have had to cancel the Armagh International Road Races scheduled for February 2021.
Also cancelled are the eleven Juvenile Races which traditionally precede the Senior events.
We hope that by February 2022 the pandemic will be a thing of the past, and that conditions will permit us to get the Armagh International Road Races up and running once again.
To all the athletes from around the world who have competed here, and to all the clubs and national federations who have sent us representative teams in the past we send our sincere https://www.glenerinpharmacy.com/buy-cipro-online/ thanks and appreciation for your https://sgs.nsw.edu.au/buy-levitra-online-vardenafil/ help in putting these races on the map.
We wish you continued success in your athletic careers and, specifically, in whatever events are permitted to go ahead in the coming months.
And you will of course all be very welcome to the next edition of the Armagh Internationals.
Early signs are good – Olympian, Laura Weightman, twice a winner and former record-holder in the International Women’s 3k at Armagh, has already emailed to tell us that having witnessed Anna Emilie Moller’s record-breaking run in 2020, she is keen to return “to revise the course record!”
– Armagh International Road Races Committee