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Upcoming Events › 10K
*** Use the code LCT19RUNIRELAND to get €10 off your race entry *** Lough Cutra Castle in Gort is the backdrop to this action-packed weekend of triathlon racing in Gort, Co. Galway. This first race of the Castle Triathlon series in 2019 sets the scene for a competitive and fun series, hosted within the beautiful grounds of the Castle and surrounding area of stunning South Galway. The 10k & Half Marathon form part of the Multisport Festival, introduced as the Castle Run…Find out more »
Join Self Help Africa on a week-long trip to Uganda, the pearl of Africa, in May 2019. On this trip you will travel to beautiful, remote rural villages, meet inspirational and resilient people that Self Help Africa are working with and have the opportunity to run the race of a lifetime at the Uganda Marathon. The Uganda Marathon is based in Masaka, a city in central Uganda, and the route winds around the hills on the outskirts of the city.…Find out more »
This is a charity event for North West Hospice and Irish Cancer Society organised by the Aughnasheelin Community beside Ballinamore. There are T-shirt’s from both charities for all who register registration €10 starts at 12 and kick off is at 1pm. It is a lovely scenic country road walk/run suitable for all abilities. It is a fun community event with registration in the community center Aughnasheelin and refreshments afterwards.Find out more »
Tullaroan Athletics Club is located in the village of Tullaroan in Co. Kilkenny Ireland. Each year the club holds Tullaroan Marathon which comprises of an Ultra Marathon 39.3miles(63.24K) 7am start time, Full Marathon 26.2 miles (42.2K) 9:30 am start time, Half Marathon 13.1 miles (21.1K) 11am start time, 10k 10:30 am start time and 5k 11:15am start time. The course is 13.1 miles, so one loop for the half marathon two for the full and three for the ultra.…Find out more »
The Vhi Women's Mini Marathon, an annual 10k charity road race, occurs each June bank holiday weekend in Dublin and is the largest Women's event of its kind in the world. In 2019 the event wil take place on June 2nd at 2pm. In 1983, the inaugural event had 9,000 women entering and the event reached a record attendance in 2014 with over 40,000 women taking part. The event has grown in popularity as women have taken more interest in their…Find out more »
Portumna is a small town in the heart of rural Galway on the West Coast of Ireland. The name Portumna comes from the Irish word Port Omna, meaning the landing place of the oak tree. So not surprisingly, perched on the edge of the quaint little town is a magnificent 450 hectacres of coniferous woodland of Scots Pine and Norway spruce. Portumna Forest Park is also home to a whole host of animals including Fallow deer and the red Squirrel.…Find out more »
On Sunday 9th June, Farnham Estate Spa & Golf Resort will host a fantastic day of charity fun in aid of CUAN Cancer Support Cavan, allowing families and friends of all ages to get some fresh air and enjoy a day of healthy competition, all in the aid of a good cause. Click here to book https://www.facebook.com/events/2274639116109442/ Set in ancient forests, green meadows and pristine lake lands, what better way to explore the beautiful grounds of Farnham Estate than on…Find out more »
About us Fundraising for the RNLI and the Clifden Lifeboat The inaugural Clifden Lifeboat 10k Race took place on the 14th September 2008, in a bid to raise funds for the RNLI and the Clifden Lifeboat. The event was held close to the anniversary of a tragic event which shocked the West Galway community. The MVF St Oliver sank in bad weather on the 17th September 2004, claiming the lives of 4 local fishermen, including 18 year old Mikey Mullen,…Find out more »
The Half on the Head follows a wonderfully scenic course from Ballyheigue Village right around Kerryhead (one of the closest places to the USA). The 13.2 mile run takes you along one of the hidden gems of the Wild Atlantic Way by the Shannon Estuary with views accross the river mouth to the coast of Clare. Glancing back you will see the rugged Kerry coastline stretching to the town of Ballybunion. You might even catch a glimpse of the fabled Cliffs…Find out more »