Everest conqueror John Burke took on a considerably less stress full and milder challenge when he his wife and actor Aoibhín led out almost 2,000 runners and walkers at the annual Bank of Ireland Night Run at Shannon Airport.
Everest mountaineer John Burke will swap the world’s tallest peak for one of the most low-lying, level running circuits in the country on Friday night when he sounds the starting gun for the Bank of Ireland Night Run at Shannon Airport.
Ireland’s first mass participation event at an airport, the Bank of Ireland Runway Night Run, at Shannon is set for take-off again this year, with Friday June 16th confirmed as the date for the hugely popular event.
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