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Jul 14 at 10:00 am - 3:00 pm€49
Top prize for first place is €150 cash. Excellent quality long sleeve top for all competitors.
Full Race is a total of 40km. This begins with a 10km mountain run up Spankers Hill, across by the windmills, through some muddy bog, back down the mountain and back to starting point for transition. Next up is a 23km cycle with a steep incline up Craggagh hill, across the mountain and on to transition 2 where you will drop your bike and take on the final 7km run (100m through the river glore) back into the town of Kiltimagh. The wonderful community of Kiltimagh will get you through this tough course. There will be a nice BBQ waiting for you at the finish line aswell as ice baths and massages. There is also a relay option available for the full course if you don’t feel up to the complete challenge.
Option 2 is a 20km Sprint Race. This begins with a nice flat 3km run bringing you right back to the start for transition. Next up is a 10km cycle with some hills along the route. Finally you will take on a 7km run to the finish line. This is the same run as the full race with 100m through the river glore. Both routes have some surprising obstacles along the way.