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Liquid Motion Duathlon
Apr 8 at 10:00 am - 5:00 pm€25 - €220
Liquid Motion Duathlon is taking place on the 8th of April and is the 8th race in the Ireland West Duathlon series.
The event is suitable for all abilities and the route is generally flat with some short hills. The race takes place in the seaside village of Enniscrone and takes in the beautiful beach and coast line of the surrounding areas.
The first run starts at the pier where transition is staged and follows the road down to the strand where competitors follow the markers to the turnaround. After returning on the same route to transition to collect your bike you will be marshaled out to a side road which joins the main Enniscrone to Easkey road. The bike is a very fast out and back 20km course, which follows the coast to the small village of Rathlee where you will meet the turn around point. The return route is the same road back and is mostly flat with one or two small hills when leaving Enniscrone. The 2nd run is a short 2.5km and is again flat and fast to burn what energy you have left. The course has some spectacular scenery and is not to be missed.
Prizes for the top 3 male and female, with some age categories thrown in for good measures.
We want to wish all competitors the very best of luck and look forward to seeing you all on the day.