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Upcoming Events › Trail / Off Road Races
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 »
We're back again in 2019 for the 7th year of our adventure Duathlon. As past compeitors will confirm, this is a duathlon race with a difference – both fun and hardship are guaranteed! We aim to provide a high standard race at a very affordable price. The race aims to attract beginner to elite racers and we also cater for families with the inclusion of a 5km Trail-run and an Under 16s 5km adventure race. The U16s race was the…Find out more »
GO WILD IN WICKLOW AND NEVER GO BACK - 10KM TRAIL RUN The second race in the new 2019 Gaelforce 10km Trilogy and the challenge is building. Be warned, your days of urban pavement-pounding could be numbered. WELCOME TO KIPPURE ESTATE AND THE WONDERFUL WICKLOW COUNTRYSIDE 240 acres of untamed, natural beauty and an inspired location for a 10km trail run. GO REMOTE YET STAY CONNECTED Bordering on the Wicklow Mountains National Park, Kippure Estate is only 30 mins drive…Find out more »
Ballina AC is proud to announce that our 3rd annual 10 mile road race will take place this year on Sunday, August 18th at 11.00am. The race will begin in Belleek in Ballina town and will take participants on a fantastic route through the picturesque Belleek Woods that runs parallel to the iconic River Moy and along part of the Monasteries of the Moy Greenway. The route is ideal for runners new to the 10 mile distance and the timing…Find out more »
Quest 12/24 is a one-day individual unsupported adventure race across Ireland’s highest mountains and the toughest cycle routes in the South West, along the Wild Atlantic Way. Quest 12/24 is for those who wish to test their physical and mental toughness to overcome everything that the Wild Atlantic Way could throw at them. There are two categories to test your endurance; Quest 12 and Quest 24.Find out more »
This multi-disciplinary event involves Cycling, Running, (or walking) and Kayaking. As multi-sport events go, this is well suited to anybody with a reasonable level of fitness. The entire course is on well marked roads and forestry tracks so getting lost will not be an issue. The start and finish of the challenge is at the GAA Hall at the GAA field in the village of Newcastle, not too far from the towns of Clonmel and Cahir, Co. Tipperary.Find out more »
Join us on the 7th September for our fourth Trooperstown Trail Race. You'll get to enjoy the very best views of the Wicklow Mountains on this stunning route. We follow forest roads and mountain trails as we weave our way through Trooperstown Mountain. You can choose from a 15km or 8km route. Trail shoes must be worn Rain jacket must be carriedFind out more »
Quest Lough Derg is the latest addition to the Quest Adventure Series. Race around some of Ireland’s most iconic waterways, kayak on majestic Lough Derg and run along the banks of the mighty Shannon. Cycle through country roads, quaint villages and sprawling forests. For the first time Quest will take place on the banks of Lough Derg on Saturday 14th September 2019. This exciting, brand-new event will see participants start and finish their event in Ballina and run, cycle and…Find out more »
International Event Wicklow is to become the 10th destination worldwide to host this prestigious international event. On Saturday 28th September 2019 this epic event will start and finish on Bray Seafront. Wicklow will welcome trail runners from around the world to experience our amazing scenery, across a selection of challenging routes; 17km, 28km, 45km and 80km. Trails The trails will take participants to some of Wicklow’s most scenic locations including Bray Head, Killruddery Gardens, The Great Sugarloaf, Powerscourt Waterfall, the…Find out more »