Tracey Collopy

Tracey is currently studying Exercise, Health, and Fitness at the University of Limerick. After she finishes her degree, she hopes to do a masters in Exercise and Sport Science. When she is a qualified health professional, she aims to be able to help and encourage others to live a healthy lifestyle. Currently, as a Fitness Instructor, she gets so much joy out of helping others feel healthy, happy, and confident. This Rugby star has used her passion for fitness to dominate the pitch. She played against the first ever women’s Barbarian team. The Barbarians are a selection of the best rugby players from all over the world and Tracey played for her province Munster. Not only was it her first ever senior match, it was such a big movement for women’s sport. It was the first ever women’s game played in the beautiful Thomand Park against the first ever female Barbarians team! Additionally, she is very interested in getting involved with the Community Crisis Response Team, which is an organization that uses trained volunteers to travel to those in a suicidal distress 356 days of the year. She is encouraged and touched by the incredible volunteers around the city of Limerick that spend every evening looking out for people in need. These volunteers have saved the lives of so many in Limerick and the work they do is incredible.