Gerry Flynn is a former footballer and entrepreneur from Belfast. He has been living in Spain for over 10 years now and has a daughter, Felicity and is married to Debbie.
He played for a number of clubs including Ballyclare, Ballymena, Newry but most notably Cliftonville with whom he won amongst other trophies the Irish league and Coleraine where he won the Irish Cup.
He now runs a series of businesses with his wife Debbie including: Dream Spanish Homes, DSH Invest, The Celt Irish Bar, The Shamrock Lounge and Mar Menor Car Hire.
Gerry lives his life by Rhonda Byrne’s The Secret. His favourite saying it your health is your wealth!
Colm Is married to Lorraine and has two sons Ruairí and Fionntán. He is a Marketing lecturer at Belfast Metropolitan College. He also works on a number of projects with Profiletree, a Content Marketing Agency with offices in Belfast, Monaghan and London. He is also the Irish agent for Dream Spanish Homes.
Colm played for a number of local teams including Cliftonville, Islandmagee, Chimney Corner and mainly Malachians. He and his friends Mark and Niall O’Hara run St. Mary’s 06 Athletic in the SBYL.
He has also been a partner in a pizza business, outside catering company and a property business. He currently, along with his wife runs an Airbnb.
Colm is not sure whether he has a favourite saying but ‘Life begins at the end of your comfort zone’ is one that both scares and excites him.
Paul is responsible for Revolution Runners, a running community. At the age of 22 I was 22 stone, I was in an eating cycle with many moving parts. The only parts that weren’t moving were my legs other than take the rest of me to the fridge and back, or the front door to pay the take-away delivery driver. The cycle I was stuck in was one of eating, eating, then eating some more. I wasn’t happy, I couldn’t buy nice clothes.
I started walking up the Cavehill, being dragged up by Colm ‘Simba’ Girvan. He brought me and his brother Sean up with him. After a few weeks, my mood had lifted, the weight was starting to come off and I was starting to feel a lot happier than I had in years. We were running along more like navy walruses than navy seals, but it was working. I liked the running and from then that was me hooked.
Like an advert for a weight loss drink, where I stand in one of the legs of an old pair of trousers, holding a can of milkshake and a bowl of cereal, this is me now. From gradually making my way bit by bit up and over the Cavehill, I now run 10ks, half marathons, full marathons, with the aim of completing an ultra-marathon in the not too distant future. I can honestly say running has changed my life. It has made me physically and mentally stronger.
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