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Upcoming Events › Ultra Marathons
We will be hosting our 24hr event in UL on the 13th/14th April it will be run on a mile loop which consists of a newly laid running track of compacted aggregate. There will be shower facilities available for the 24hrs. Pasta at 6hrs and 12hrs, porridge at 18hrs, boiling water, fruit and treats available for the duration of the event, floodlit for the night time.Find out more »
WMC are proud to present Wexford Festival Of Running. The course is a 1.3km loop on the spectacular grounds surrounding the 19th century Johnstown Castle. This is a truly amazing setting enhanced by a beautiful lake and idyllic mature gardens. (Link below if you need any more about location) There are options for everyone, 24hours right down to 1 hour. * 24 Hour - This race will start at midday on Saturday 13th April and continue to midday on Sunday…Find out more »
EXCITING NEWS!!!! Save The Date. 😯 The new Sliabh Liag Gaeltacht Adventure Race will take place on Saturday April 20, 2019 in Kilcar, Co. Donegal. This promises to be one of the most scenic races you will do anywhere. 3 distances - Sport, Challenge and Expert. Spread the word.Find out more »
Distance: 129.6 km (3 Stages, 3 Days, 43km per Stage/Day) Ascent: 3,720 metres Descent: 3,720 metres Race Format: 3 Day Stage Race ITRA Points: 3 UTMB Points: 3 1 full loop on each of 3 consecutive days – lowest combined time wins. Day 1 – Clockwise loop. Day 2 – Anticlockwise loop. Day 3 – Direction is Race Directors choice, informed to runners at the end of day 2 (Just after the final finisher of the day has crossed the finish line). Race starts…Find out more »
63K Ultra Marathon – Full Marathon – Half Marathon - 7 Miler A stunning mixed terrain challenge of road, trail and beach along Irelands rugged Northern Coast and Wild Atlantic Way. Experience all these attributes and more whether your tackling our 39.3mile Ultra, Marathon, Half Marathon or 7 milers. This event will both challenge and fascinate you with each course having the perfect balance of endurance and scenery. As with all Extreme North events, the rugged landscape and liberating beauty…Find out more »
Louisburgh, a charming little town in County Mayo, full of characters and character! The whole area is packed full of ancient history and real Irish charm. It is an area of immense natural beauty, with Croagh Patrick to the east, the Atlantic to the west, the Sheeffry and Mweelrea Mountains to the south and Clew Bay to the north. You'll enjoy all of this natural beauty at short range during your Ultra. Louisburgh, the home of "The Wild Atlantic Ultra",…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 »
The Connemara 100 on the West Coast of Ireland is run over a measured and certified course. The 2012 event was AAI permitted and awarded an IAU Bronze Label. This year we celebrate the 11th Anniversary of our 100 mile race. The course is simply fabulous, taking participants from Clifden through Letterfrack, Lettergesh, the Inagh Valley, Maam Cross, Leenane, Inagh Valley again, then on to Roundstone, Ballyconneely and back to Clifden to complete 100 miles. There is a 30 hour limit…Find out more »