We are an athletics club based on Main Street, Rathfarnham village (beside Rathfarnham Credit Union) catering for athletes of all ages and abilities. Our athletes take part in a wide variety of events including cross country, track, road and mountain running.

We are all delighted that covid rules and restrictions have been removed. We no longer require adults to register for training sessions. Indoor training activities are permitted to take place.

As recommended by Sports Ireland we are maintaining overarching structures because Covid has not gone away. These include the use of COVID 19 Officers, recommending symptomatic individuals do not participate in or attend sporting activities and the ongoing promotion of good respiratory & hand hygiene along with the wearing a face coverings in relevant settings.

 

We are delighted to announce that having being closed during Covid:

UNFORTUNATELY MEMBERSHIP FOR JUVENILES (8-12 year olds) IS FULL AND CLOSED FROM THE END OF APRIL 2022! PLEASE CONTACT THE JUVENILE CO-ORDINATOR IN SEPTEMBER WHEN HOPEFULLY MORE JUVENILE PLACES BECOME AVAILABLE.

 It is wonderful to have so many children interested in athletics and we are delighted to be able to accomodate bigger numbers.

 

 

 


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Latest Reports

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Denis Daly 13-05-2022 11:57

The Dublin Athletics graded track and field meeting number 2 took place on Wednesday May 20th in Morton Stadium, Santry. Rathfarnham WSAF AC athletes were in good form. Cillian McCabe ran the 200m in 24.25.  ...

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Denis Daly 08-05-2022 20:09

We had four athletes from the club travelling to the Great Limerick Run with a choice of three distances. Young Andrew Mullen annihilated his marathon PB with a time of 2:58.24 and consistant Rod Doyle ran 3:03.39. In the half marathon Kevin Donagher was 6th overall in a great time of 71.13. Micheál Murphy ran the ...

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Denis Daly 02-05-2022 08:32

Congratulations to Rathfarnham WSAF AC's Laura McDonnell or her win at the DCC 4 mile BHAA race in St. Anne's Park on April 3rd! More prizes banked! At the Paris Marathon Ross Griffin set a new club record for running a marathon with Co ...

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Denis Daly 29-04-2022 16:12

Rathfarnham WSAF AC had a great turn out at the National 10k Road Racing Championships incorporated into the Great Ireland Run in the Phoenix Park on April 9th. Kevin Donagher was 7th overall and won the M35 silver medal in a spectacular 32:44, second to Olympian Mick Clohisey.  ...

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Denis Daly 29-04-2022 15:31

Big congratulations to Rathfarnham WSAF AC‘s Brian Fury on coming a fantastic  6th in the Maurice Mullins Ultra on March 29th. This is a 50km race over the mountains with 2100m of climbing so not for the faint hearted. Well done Brian!  ...

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Denis Daly 29-04-2022 15:28

Congratulations to Louse Gaffney on winning the women's 800m and David Scanlon on winning the men's 3000m at the Leinster indoor Championships on March 27th. Well deserved wins from two in-form athletes under coach Paul Fleming.!!

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Denis Daly 29-04-2022 15:27

Rathfarnham WSAF AC's Colm Murray is on fire at the moment! Congratulations on coming 4th overall at the Dublin Club 10k Championships and age category winner!!

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26-04-2022 11:49

At the National Road Relays in Raheny on Sunday 24th April, our ladies team took the national silver medal. The A team was led out out by Louise Gaffney who ran the 1 mile course in 5.21. Louise handed over to Carla Sweeney in second place. She ran the 2 mile loop in 10.39 still in second. Laura McDonnell maintained this place and ran the 1 mile ...

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