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Jan 1, '20 at 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
The Resolution Run 2020 is a fast and flat 5K road race that takes place New Years Day 1st January 2020, at 11.00 in Galway City Centre. The course routes through the City Centre, from the Claddagh, passing Wolfe Tone Bridge , Merchants Road and the Docks, and routing back out to Grattan Road and the Prom before a fast finish along South park into the finish at Nimmos Pier. The route passes most of the city’s famous landmarks along the way. The race is AAI certified and there is a superb souvenir gift for all entrants, Race HQ is Claddagh Hall at South Park, Galway and race start is beside the park.
Event Details and Schedule
The race starts promptly at 11am at South Park. Race number pick-up is in the Claddagh Hall located right by the start line between 9.30am and 10.45am on the morning of the race. Some entries allowed on the day however the race is limited to 400 entries. All entrants will receive a souvenir gift, refreshments after and an official chip time .
The race is AAI certified and has been officially measured . All participants will have an official timed by Red Tag Timing. Individual results will be sent out via text and all results will be available on Facebook and www.redtagtiming.com shortly after the race finish.
The route is suitable for runners and walkers of all abilities. It is a very flat and fast course Prizes will be awarded in the following categories: Male and Female Senior , V40, and V50
There will be teas, coffees and snacks available for all participants in The Claddagh Hall after the race. Presentation of prizes will take place at 12.15 pm.
Please note that there will be no changing facilities or showers available. Roads will not be closed for the event, however there will be either marshals or Guards at all junctions to ensure your safety!.
Please note prior to entry that the race is aimed at runners, that Over 16s only can enter and that the course will be marshalled for 45 minutes ( 11 am to 11.45 am) , and that these entry conditions are necessary for safety and logistics reasons .