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Kilbeggan 10 Mile 2022
Aug 7 at 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Real Event – 25 euro including postage of chipped number & finishers medal on the day
Optional purchase of event t-shirt
The race starts on the Moate Road in Kilbeggan at the junction of the Clara Road. This road will be familiar to many as the ‘old N6 Galway road’ which has now been replaced with the M6 motorway. The race will proceed straight into Horseleap village which runners take a left turn bringing the race onto country roads towards the village of Clara. Before Clara runners take another left turn which brings them on the final 2.75 miles straight back into the finish at Kilbeggan GAA grounds just yards from the race start. The course is a challenging course. While there are no big hills there are numerous smaller challenging inclines including a steep motorway bridge ascent at the 9 mile mark.
Location Map: This is the link to the Google StreetView imagery of the start, finish, race HQ, and race parking facilities at Kilbeggan GAA Club (goo.gl/maps/T0UJS)
Start and finish area:
Aghamore, County Westmeath