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Past Events › Full Marathon
3 marathons in 2 days is an endurance challenge. This is the 6th edition of the event which takes place in Ballina, Co. Mayo. 2020 is the 3rd year when we offer choice of 3 half marathons in addition to 3 full marathons, and first time when we are holding a 100k and 50k run on the first day of the challenge! And you can take part in 1, 2 or 3 events – it’s all up to yourself. So…Find out more »
We are proud to be back for our fourth year of the Ros Run. We will give participants the opportunity to see Roscommon's beauty, from our castle, our park, our forest, lakes and breathtaking views We are organising a 10km, half marathon and a full marathon again this year. Water stations will be provided on the course and at the finish line along with hot food for all participants after the race. All finishers will receive a t-shirt and a…Find out more »
The Tralee Marathon will take place on Saturday 11th April 2020, it will be a stand alone 26.2 Mile event. The route will be the original 2013 route (Tralee, Ardfert, Fenit, Spa, Tralee). The Race Director will be Jim McNeice. The Marathon will start at 9am on the 11th April. It will start outside the Aqua Dome, heading to Ardfert, Barrow, and then onto Fenit, after which the route heads back to Tralee via the Spa, the Kerries, and Blennerville.…Find out more »
A family of runners that knows what runners want in a race. The Royal Canal Run is on the banks of the Royal Canal Longford. Longford is ideally located in the Midlands with easy access from all over the country. This is a flat fast run and great for a PB. Its a 5.2 k loop which gives spectators a great view of the runners. Event details and schedule Ultra Marathon starts 8:30am Full Marathon Walkers 8:30am Full Marathon starts…Find out more »
#TheBigRugbyRun, a new exciting virtual team relay challenge event being held on Saturday 9th May and targeting the Irish grassroots rugby community, launched online at www.thebigrugbyrun.com. The initiative, the brainchild of PSA Academies Directors Graham Ross & Johne Murphy, is looking to raise significant funds for Feed The Heroes (www.feedtheheroes.com), as they continue to #fuelthefrontline fighting the battle against COVID-19 across Ireland. #TheBigRugbyRun will involve current or past rugby teams, from Minis Under 10s age group up to retired veterans,…Find out more »
GLENDALOUGH LAP OF THE GAP *Note this event is cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions* A marathon through the scenic heart of County Wicklow starting in Glendalough and taking in the 'Sally Gap'. Plenty of hills are repaid with plenty of scenery and a warm Wicklow welcome! Cyclists have long known the allure of the 'Lap of the Gap' circuit taking you from the village of Laragh to the highland pass of Sallygap and back past Lough Tay (the 'Guiness Lake').…Find out more »
Tullaroan Marathon 30/05/2020. 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 stat 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…Find out more »
Taking place in Portumna Forest Park. Forest marathon has a unique course and a distance for everyone. 10K / Half / Full / 50K / 100K For more information go to www.forestmarathon.comFind out more »
Kildare Town Sports Partners are delighted to announce that "The Thoroughbred Run Kildare" will go to post again in 2020. You are now officially under starters orders; get training the date is Sunday 21st June 2020, Father’s Day! We are growing every year and this event has Sold Out for the last 2 years, the 2020 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…Find out more »
Run The Wild Atlantic Way Donegal Wild Atlantic Marathon / Half Marathon Donegal was voted the coolest place on the PLANET in 2017. Are you ready for the challenge? Course Information The Donegal Wild Atlantic Marathon and Half Marathon takes place on the Wild Atlantic Way on the South West Coast of Donegal on July 19, 2020. The course consists of a Full Marathon (26.2 miles) from Killybegs to Glencolmcille, and a Half Marathon (13.1 miles) based in the…Find out more »