|About||Focussed on developing athletics as an eduational and recreational activity while also raising the competitive standards of Irish athletes domestically and on the world stage.|
Athletics Ireland’s vision is threefold:
Educational – We will help every child in Ireland experience athletics through the school curriculum. Our volunteers and staff will work alongside teachers to help children experience and enjoy athletics.
Recreational – We will promote athletics as a key part of a healthy lifestyle that contributes to a positive work/life balance.
Sporting – We will ensure that everyone with athletic talent reaches their full potential by providing the appropriate pathways, funding and coaching. We will also provide the competitive opportunities and programmes to assist Irish athletes compete with distinction on the world stage.
The Athletics Ireland Facebook Page and Event Pages associated with Athletics Ireland (i.e Remembrance Run, Grant Thornton Team Challenge, Barefoot Mile) are intended as information communities and fan pages to promote athletics, express thoughts, support athletes and create conversation.
Athletics Ireland allows users to speak freely on matters of relevance however will take action on all reports or incidents of abusive or perceived unacceptable behavior directed at private individuals, the organization or our partners and sponsors.
The representatives of Athletics Ireland reserve the right to remove posts, photos, comments, videos or any other content on the Athletics Ireland and related pages that:
• Are misleading, fraudulent or deceptive
• Condone or promotes illegal or anti social behaviour or activity
• Use obscene, racist, hateful, bullying or threatening language
• Are intended to cause disruptions to the community
• Are deemed off topic for the community or timeframe in which the content was posted
Content or information posted on the Athletics Ireland Facebook and related Event Pages believed to violate this statement will be removed. In the case of repeat offenders, Athletics Ireland will block offenders from the Facebook page.