“If I were an Irish race director”

There is  an ongoing debate among some of the Irish running community about entry fees, commercial interest, ‘incorporated’ championship events, overheated race calendar and the general unregulated state and standards of current race organisation.
Lindie Naughton is an Irish journalist living in Dublin. She writes regular columns on running and minority sports for the Evening Herald. She also writes for the Irish Garden and Irish Runner magazines and is a judge for the Irish Times Sportswoman of the Year awards.
Her website www.lindienaughton.com is a well respected source of up to date news and results from the athletics scene. This recently published link is from her blogspot and outlines her ‘food for thought’  ideas on the current debate:


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