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IRELAND’S MOST ICONIC ADVENTURE RACE A majestic route through a wildly beautiful landscape. This race will take you from stunning Glassilaun beach, along the rugged coastline of the Wild Atlantic Way, on to Killary Fjord, finishing in the Connemara mountains. RUN | KAYAK | CYCLE IN THE RUGGED WEST COAST Whether you are a seasoned racer looking to beat the clock, or you are new to the sport and looking to earn your finisher’s medal, this event provides the ultimate…Find out more »
Race2Glory is a multi-sport adventure race involving cycling, running and a river run, taking place on the 9th July 2022 in Kiltimagh, Co. Mayo. FULL COURSE (Total 40km) Test yourself on challenges such as Spankers Hill, The Bog, Craggagh Hill and Glore River! The overall “full” route is outlined in the map below: Race2Glory map available on STAGE 01: 10K Mountain Run Steep ascent to 850ft, road/bog run, steep descent back to start For a map of the challenging Stage…Find out more »
This July will see the staging of the first 4-mile road race by Tracton AC in beautiful Minane Bridge (near Carrigaline, and 20km south of Cork city). Join us on Friday 15 July at 8pm for a mid-summer’s evening race, along scenic country roads and skirting the stunning south Cork coastline. Delicious refreshments and prize giving will follow at Tracton Art and Community Centre. For those seeking further activity, the option of a post-race dip is only a stone’s throw away at Robert’s Cove…Find out more »
SPRINT DISTANCE ADVENTURE RACE AT MAGNIFICENT KILLARY HARBOUR Looking to test your training or even cross the line for the first time in an adventure race? This is the ideal event for you. Sprint distance means you have nothing to fear yet you will still be tested. STAND-ALONE 32km SPRINT RACE Unique event with only one distance for all competitors. You are all in this together and your achievement is not surpassed by anyone else’s. TRAIL AND MOUNTAIN RUNNING OR…Find out more »
The Race takes place at 2pm (1400) on Bank Holiday Monday 1st of August 2022 On the race day there is normally Last minute Registration from 11:30 to 13:30 in the community Centre in Garrafrauns Shuttlebus for runners leaves Dunmore for Garrafrauns from 12:30pm Warm up in Garrafrauns with a PT at 1330 for race participants Race Starts 2pmFind out more »
Saturday 27th August 2022 Start & Finish location is Bawnogue Shopping Centre, Clondalkin, Co. Dublin with 5 race distances to choose from, 10k, 15k, 21k, 42k & 50k Participants on the day will receive a medal, certificate of completion & refreshments Chip timed by JustRuns Events Register Now CLICK HEREFind out more »
Welcome to Strandhill Co. Sligo, home of The Warriors Run, one of Ireland’s toughest competitive races. Strandhill village is 8 kilometres west of Sligo town, situated on the Atlantic seaboard and nestled at the foot of Knocknarea Mountain. On it’s summit (1,070 ft), sits a megalithic cairn where Maeve the legendary Queen of Connaught is reputedly buried. Each year runners from all over Ireland (and various parts of the world) converge on Strandhill to follow in the footsteps of her…Find out more »
Swinford Athletics Club is delighted to announce the launch of our award-winning annual Ireland West ¾ Marathon and 5K which will take place on Saturday the 3rd of September 2022. This fast course is situated in East Mayo passing the iconic Meelick Round Tower, Ballylahan Castle, and the beautiful river Moy. Generous cash prizes and trophies. Finisher’s medal. Race t-shirt (First 250 Online registrations, ¾ Marathon Only) A great welcome and after race hospitality guaranteed. Start Time: ¾ Marathon @…Find out more »
IREALNDS MOST POPULAR OPEN WATER SWIMMING EVENT IN THE WATERS OF KILLARY FJORD 3.9KM (FULL IRONMAN-DISTANCE) ROUTE For experienced swimmers who want to test themselves in a unique setting. Wetsuit and non-wetsuit swimmers welcome. 2KM ROUTE We will bring you to the start line in a catamaran then you jump out and swim to shore. Now that is real open water swimming in Ireland! Wetsuit and non-wetsuit swimmers welcome. 750M ROUTE Hitch a lift with a fishing trawler to Co.…Find out more »
This year we celebrate the 41st Echo Women’s Mini Marathon. We are happy to announce with organisers Cork Athletics Association that the event will return as a live event this year on Sunday, September 18 and you will also have the option to do the race virtually. We are hoping that as many people will take part to help support the many Cork charities that depend on the event’s participants who raise much-needed funds every year. The event is €20…Find out more »