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Jarlath Regan (Irishman Running Abroad)

Jarlath Regan
Fundraising For Jigsaw
Latest Update !!

I've created Irishman Running Abroad Challenge to fundraise for Jigsaw. Your support is more than just appreciated. It will save lives.

€ 6,076.00 Target : € 20,000.00


31 Jan 2022

From 222 fantastic supporters


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Online Donations : € 5,726.00

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Jarlath Regan (Irishman Running Abroad)

Jarlath Regan
Fundraising For Jigsaw
Latest Update !!

I've created Irishman Running Abroad Challenge to fundraise for Jigsaw. Your support is more than just appreciated. It will save lives.

Event Details

Hello there!

This is the one and only place to support the Irishman Running Abroad Challenge to raise funds for . All funds raised here will go directly to them and the support of their services for young people in Ireland. Even if you can only donate a tenner it all makes a big difference in the end. Simply click the "Donate" button above. All donations are processed securely. If you're feeling extra sound you can also share my page using share options below.
I'm massively grateful that you're doing this - so thank you again.

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RT @IrishmanPodcast: An incredible conversation with the truly brilliant @marionmckeone again. Get your ears on it.

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@AlankingCom @IrishmanPodcast @soniaagrith @PaulTonkinson @RunComPod The audio is utterly brilliant. I burst out la…

Wed Oct 27 07:09:45 - 5 Favorite

RT @PaulTonkinson: This was lots of fun to do. Great podcast. Jarlath is a great interviewer.

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RT @IrishmanPodcast: Thinking about running a marathon? Or are you already training for it? Puzzled as to why anyone would try such a thing…

Tue Oct 26 13:17:33 - 0 Favorite

Today I’m chatting to the man, the myth, the legend, Peter Stringer on @IrishmanPodcast. This is bound to come up.…

Tue Oct 26 11:34:23 - 13 Favorite

@mickkinahan @IrishmanPodcast @olivercallan @JigsawYMH Thanks man

Mon Oct 25 14:44:23 - 1 Favorite

RT @rope_old: Monday 8th Nov our next show @comedystoreuk 🙌🙌 Amazing bill @tiffstevenson back to host plus all new jokes from @Isysuttie @D

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@LifeOfBrianCA 😂😂😂

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@jwoody3000 It’s a distinct possibility 🤣

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My reaction to this half time score using only vowels. #MNULIV

Sun Oct 24 17:25:39 - 30 Favorite

Recent Updates

Back in the saddle! Almost. Happy to say I'm almost there with my injury rehab. The leg feels good and the world feels a bit brighter. The challenge to run 2000km for was always going to be a steep hill to climb especially starting from where I started. That said, I feel like I'm better equipped to complete it now than before the injury took place. Thanks to every one who has gotten in touch to help me through this tricky period. Sonia has linked me up with her brilliant strength and conditioning guru Trevor Cummins and that has changed everything really. For more updates subscribe to our weekly podcast. The next event we hope to take part in is the Fota Island Cheetah Run on June 7th. Fingers crossed. Safe running and thanks again for all your continued donations and support. Jar.

25 May 2021

There was always going to be bumps in the road. I hit a pretty big one on April 13th when I sustained a stress fracture in my left tibia. I was running 50K a week at the time and had a bit of a pain in that leg. Assuming it was just a niggle, I pushed on. Boy was that a mistake. Turns out I had over done the training and this microscopic but still painful fracture was the proof. If you’ve been wondering why my mileage hasn't continued to soar of late it’s because I’ve been advised to avoid running for at least six weeks. It’s gutting but once Sonia calmed me down and gave me plan for recovery I felt a lot better. In some ways the mental struggle of this has helped me realise on a very small level how important the work of Jigsaw is. If I was a kid training and this happened to me, if I didn’t have Sonia or a great support network on Strava, I’d imagine the team at Jigsaw would be invaluable. Perspective is everything. That’s what Sonia keeps telling me and she’s right. This is not the end of the world. I am spending the non-running weeks busting my butt on my bicycle and building some strength so that this won’t happen again. I will get to 2000K. I might need to extend my deadline but I will get there. I’d love if you joined me or supported the cause. Stay safe. Jar.

07 May 2021

Delighted to say our Mother's Day & Patrick's Day events have been a huge success. Thanks to everyone who signed up in the Irishman Running Abroad club on Strava. We have one more Lent event left and there's still time to join that one. I can't really wrap my head around the idea that we have raised this much money already and I'm heading towards 1000K in the next couple of months. Now that Spring is here the miles seem a bit easier. Sonia is the key to everything. Her coaching and belief in me all the way made me believe in myself. I can feel that from our other runners. Big shout out to Simon Egan who just completed his 1000K for - he is a hell of runner and supporter of the whole project. All the kind comments and donations mean so much and really drive me on. Thanks so much lads. Please spread the word. Jigsaw's mental services and resources are only surviving thanks to you and people like you. I wish they were around when I was a young lad. They are changing and saving lives every day. Let's do our bit. Thanks again, Jar.

17 Mar 2021

It's Spring at last! Sonia has designed three Lent events to keep us all motivated. One is on Mothers' Day, one is on St. Patrick's Day and the final one is a week long event to get us up the hills called "Elevation". I honestly have no idea how I'd have gotten through the last few months without this challenge, your support and the coaching of Sonia. I suffered a couple of niggly tendon injuries while "trying too hard" to up my mileage each week. Your support and the words from Sonia each week on the podcast meant that I got right back on the wagon. As you can see we are now steaming towards the half way mark. I'll do my best to keep a monthly update going up here so that you can track the progress and maybe throw in a couple of extra quid for Jigsaw if it impresses you. are continuing to do incredible work. Please check out their site if you have the time. Jar.

26 Feb 2021

We are fast approaching our second event on November 18th. 400+ people have joined the challenge over on Strava club. Join us or just keep track on how things are progressing. Almost 300K covered alread!

13 Nov 2020


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