LETTERKENNY man Jason Black has been named Donegal Person of the Year 2018 at an event in Dublin this evening. The announcement was made by the chairperson of the Donegal Association Dublin, Kevin McFadden. Mr Black, an endurance athlete, becomes the 41st recipient of the Donegal Person of the Year, succeeding the 2017 recipient, former […]
In a statement issued tonight Jason and his wife Sharon, Directors of J&S Black Ltd, said that they have decided to sell the businesses.
The ‘tired and emotional’ Letterkenny man has been inundated with messages of support on social media.
Top Oil Donegal have teamed up with Jason Black and Sean McFadden to host a Charity Climb in aid of Donegal Youth Service on Saturday
LETTERKENNY mountaineer Jason Black has successfully scaled Aconcagua in Argentina one of the world’s seven highest peaks.
POPULAR Donegal adventurer and businessman Jason Black is expected to return home from his latest expedition late next week.
Letterkenny businessman and mountaineer Jason Black has stepped down from his summit push to re-evaluate the situation.
Jason Black has said that a deadly avalanche on a mountain just beside K2 that climbers use to acclimatise won’t put him off his bid to climb K2
Jason Black and his team of climbers safely arrived at K2 base camp this afternoon and they’re already putting in place plans to move onto Camp One over the next few days.
LETTERKENNY businessman and mountaineer Jason Black flies out to Pakistan next week as he sets to climb his way back to the top of the world.