Lindie Naughton A special signing of “Let’s Run – A Handbook for Irish Runners” for all my pals in the athletics (and orienteering) world will take place in Irishtown Stadium on Tuesday, October 16 from 7.30 to (about) 9.30.
This will follow a one mile time trial to which all are also invited; entry is free but you are invited to make a contribution to the Stride Ethiopia charity, which is supporting an athletics club in Yirgalem, Ethiopia.
Hope to see you on the night!
Lindie Let’s Run is a guidebook for runners
and coaches, written by Lindie
Naughton, who is a long-established
Irish sports journalist and athletics coach.
As well as proving information for
novice runners, the book serves as a handy
reference book for group leaders and club
coaches, gathering together routines and
drills for warming up, cooling down and
A feature of the book is the collection of
training schedules for all distances, from
sprints to the marathon and triathlon.
Written in a bright and readable style.
Let’s Run is illustrated by specially commissioned
photographs, drawings and cartoons.
LINDIE NAUGHTON was one of the journalists behind the enormously successful Dublin Women’s Mini Marathon, which is the largest race of its kind in the world. In June 2007, the race celebrates its 25th anniversary. Lindie is also a long-time coach with Crusaders Athletic Club in Dublin, the Irish Mountain Running Association and Three Rock Orienteering Club.
She writes weekly columns on athletics and minority sports for the Evening Herald newspaper. She has also written a number of books, most recently How to Mow the Lawn, A Beginner’s Guide to Gardening (New Island 2003) and Lady Icarus: the Story of Irish Aviator Lady Mary Heath (Ashfield 2004). She continues to run a few miles three or four times a week