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Upcoming Events › Full Marathon
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 »
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 »
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 »
Kildare Town Sports Partners are delighted to announce that "The Thoroughbred Run Kildare" will go to post again in 2019. You are now officially under starter’s orders; get training the date is 16th June 2019, Father’s Day! We are growing every year and the 2019 event will again see us host a four race card, That’s a Marathon, half marathon, 10k and 5k. As you have come to expect all four races will pass through the Irish National Stud with the…Find out more »
Come along to the wonderful Avondale forest park for the unique 4 day festival of running or if you prefer the term quad!! All distances of 5,10,15,20 miles and full marathon are catered for on all four days. Finisher medal for all days and all distances. Entry Fees: €90 for 4 days any distance €70 for 3 days any distance €40 for 2 days any distance €25 for 1 day any distance Online registration https://www.itsplainsailing.com/club/wicklowhospiceFind out more »
Ballina A.C. is pleased to announce that our 5th annual marathon will take place on the 6th & 7th of July. The race is located in Ballina Town, commencing on Saturday at 11am & Sunday at 8am. In addition this year we have a relay entry with a medal & t-shirt for all 4 entrants!! Event Details and Schedule: -AAI Approved -Starting & finishing point is at the Ballina Athletic club -Race number, collection on the morning of each event…Find out more »
Donegal Wild Atlantic half and full marathon takes place in Killybegs along the stunning South West coast. The course consists of a Half Marathon (13.1 miles) and a Full Marathon (26.2 miles) and runs entirely along the Wild Atlantic Way. Runners and walkers will enjoy spectacular scenery and all finish together in Glencolmcille folk Village. The full marathon starts in the picturesque town of Killybegs, Ireland’s premier fishing port. The course follows the coast to the village of Kilcar with…Find out more »
Back for our second year on the beautiful Sliabh Bawn in Co. Roscommon. With spectacular views amongst the wind turbines we are offering a 10k, half marathon and a full marathon distance but the option to do a back to back. (Same distance both days) it is an off-road event with alot of rolls hills but upon completion you feel fully accomplished. All finishers will receive a well designed and unique medal with an additional medal for the people who…Find out more »
RACE DETAILS The Seven Sisters Mountain Trail Marathon is a 42k Race incorporating approximately 4,000m (13,000ft) of accumulative ascent; a 22k Half Marathon with 2,000m of ascent organized by Excel Sports. The terrain consists of heathery soft ground, sheep tracks, and loose stone / gravel, and follows a route similar to the Glover Trail. The route will be Marked. The event takes place in Dunlewey, Co. Donegal. Competitors will experience Donegal at its best with magnificent views of the Atlantic…Find out more »
Half, Full Marathons over 4 days + 105m Ultra over 27hrs This is not just another running event, it’s more personal than that, the concept of this event is experiencing camaraderie, lasting friendships, amazing scenery and unequalled hospitality during this iconic 4 day running festival. Witness the scenic Wild Atlantic Way, run a different route daily along rugged coastal roads in the unspoilt Inishowen Peninsula, home to Malin Head the most northerly point and steeped in scenery, history and tradition and…Find out more »