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This profile was last updated on 12/21/13  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Lindie Naughton

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Irish Garden Magazine

Freelance
 
Background

Employment History

  • Coach
    Three Rock Orienteering Club
  • Journalist On Website
    Doha Asian Games
  • Photography
    Lindie Naughton
  • Journalist and Writer and Photographer
    Lindie Naughton
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    Lindie Naughton

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Staunch Member
    Three Rock Orienteering Club
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Lindie Naughton is an Irish journalist living in Dublin. She writes regular columns on running and minority sports for the Evening Herald. She also writes for the Irish Garden and Irish Runner magazines and is a judge for the Irish Times Sportswoman of the Year awards.
Lindie has written several books - "Let's Run" (first in 1983; revised edition 2007), "Irish Olympians 1896-1992 (with Johnny Watterson),"How to Mow the Lawn - a Beginner's Guide to Gardening" (New Island, 2003) and "Lady Icarus" (Ashfield Press, 2004), which is the first full biography of pioneering Irish aviator, Lady Mary Heath. In July 2008 came an update of "Irish Olympians" called "Faster, Higher, Stronger - A History of Ireland's Olympians" (Ashfield Press).
Lindie also gives seminars and talks on the art of writing well and on the life and times of Lady Heath - an inspirational Irishwoman - to schools and businesses.
In her spare time, Lindie coaches the throws at Dundrum South Dublin Athletics Club and leads a fun running group. She is a staunch member of Three Rock Orienteering Club as well as a tutor for the Irish Orienteering Association and a keen amateur musician and gardener.
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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).
Lindie Naughton Photography
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Lindie Naughton Photography
Lindie Naughton Photography
Thurles Croke Athletic Club - Let's Run - A Handbook for Irish Runners by Lindie Naughton
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Home > Books > Let's Run - A Handbook for Irish Runners by Lindie Naughton
Let's Run - A Handbook for Irish Runners by Lindie Naughton
Whether you're an experienced runner with aspirations to win medals or a less-ambitious beginner about to take up running as a means of getting fit, Let's Run - A Handbook for Irish Runners will help you on your way.
Written in a bright and readable style by Lindie Naughton, the well-known Irish sports journalist and athletics coach, this guidebook will be invaluable to individuals, group leaders and club coaches, with its warming up, cooling down exercises/stretches, drills and other useful techniques, many of which are illustrated with photographs.
The guide also features a collection of training schedules for all distances, from sprints to the marathon and triathlon, as well a six-week winter training schedule for clubs.
Author Lindie Naughton is one of those behind the enormously successful Dublin Women's Mini Marathon. The largest race of its kind in the world and now 25 years old, it has encouraged thousands of Irish women to improve their fitness levels. She continues to run a few miles three or four times a week.
Lindie writes in the preface: "Although never a great runner, I soon became hooked on the positive energy running gives you.
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Let's Run - A Handbook for Irish Runners by Lindie Naughton should be an essential element of every runner's kit.
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LINDIE NAUGHTON was one of the sports journalists behind the Dublin Women's Mini Marathon established 25 years ago, and is still very much involved in the event. She 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 and has written a number of books, including How to Mow the Lawn, A Beginner's Guide to Gardening (2003) and Lady Icarus: the Life of Irish Aviator Lady Mary Heath (Ashfield Press 2004).
Lindie Naughton Photography
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Lindie Naughton Photography
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