Art O'Neill 2014 Results & Photographs- Jan 14th 2014
Saturday, January 11th saw a great finish to the Art O'Neill with the record breaking and hotly contested top spot going to Eoin Keith in the incredible time of 5hrs20mins. Caroline McLoughlin successfully defended her ladies title with the impressive time of 6hrs44mins. Check out the full results on www.redtagtiming.com to find out how everyone else did. Photos of the event are available on www.actionphotography.com and the Art O'Neill Facebook page.
Lost & Found - January, 14th 2014
Not surprisingly people were tired enough to leave a few things behind at the finish. I've posted details on Facebook so please check the list and we will go about reuniting you with your stuff.
Welcome to Art O'Neill 2014!
On January 6th, 1592 Art O’Neill, his brother Henry, and Red Hugh O'Donnell made a bid for freedom from Dublin Castle. It was the middle of winter and Ireland was held fast in its icy clutches but they hoped to reach the relative safety of the remote Glenmalure Valley over 50km away.
Ill equipped and underfed they were the only prisoners ever to successfully escape captivity from Dublin Castle but it was an ill fated journey with Art O’Neill dying from exposure only miles from his goal. Commemorate their great strength of spirit by making your own journey from Dublin Castle to Glenmalure but with a little help from us! Walk or Run you decide but this event is a challenge and adventure for everyone and one you will never forget. The only real question aside from Are you up for it? is......
Will you make it to Glenmalure?
Trek through the night and into morning in a friendly group. We organise guides & food stations to make this formidable challenge as fun and accessible as possible. Those with experience can lead their own groups.
Want to mix running & trekking for a really tough challenge with some mountain camaraderie? We'll help you coordinate a plan to push your own group on the run and at half-way point to meet a trekking group to take you to the finish