Running in Ireland

We have seen the sun for just a few hours since our arrival in Ireland, but this is why this island country is so green…

The Irish people are extremely friendly and they make you feel right at home. Our Irish host from Clifden, John Wallace, is a typical Irish bloke full of love and Irish humor (and his favorite Guinness). Here’s a photo of Sekyen and John in front of beautiful Kylemore Abbey:




Our first race in Galway county mixed a bit of wind, rain, and slippery roads, but it was a good start to the tour. I ran a 4:49 and was very thankful for another part of our Irish crew – driver Lukas Pietraszewski who kept me protected the whole way. Here is a photo of Lukas after the race:





We fly to Iceland on Sunday ready for more rain next week. We will miss the picturesque countryside of Connemara and the warm Irish folks who have made our week here a very special memory.

Posted in - My Daily Journal, Author - David O'Meara.


  1. Hi David congratulations on your race time man your fast i wish i had your speed it looked like tough conditions to you r off to a great start to this summers event also real nice pic of john and sekyen to and lucas and you great job i will be keeping on your blogs to see how you r doing take care and keep up the great work spring

  2. Hey Dave,
    Looks like you are off o a great start for this summers adventure. Good luck with the races and have a great time on all of the islands. Jackson Hole is awesome again and I am looking forward to climbing the Grand Teton (2 day climb) with Rashawn at the end of July. Please pass on a big hello to Sekyen.

  3. WOW! Loved seeing the video on the isle. Good luck. Hope you’re still playing tennis too! Andy and Mary Alice

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