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Sligo Coast to Coast 10 Mile 2023
Sep 23 at 10:30 am - 5:00 pm
The annual Sligo Coast to Coast 10 mile run/walk will take place on Sunday September 24th 2023
Walkers Commence at 9.30am
Runners Commence at 10.30am
The event is managed by Sligo Athletic Club.
The event commences in Strandhill Village near Sligo Rugby Club and finishes on the prom in Rosses Point Village (this route is accurately measured and is open to all. The course is flat with very little in the way of an incline so suits all abilities.
The event is run on a ‘not for profit’ basis and the beneficiaries are the North West Hospice, Focus Ireland and Sligo Athletic Club
Event details and schedule;
Sligo Coast to Coast 10 mile run/walk.
This unique road race is a Point to Point event encapsulating some of the most beautiful sights along the Wild Atlantic Way coastline.
Building on the success of previous years we guarantee all participants a fantastic route with Chip timing and Medal for all finishers, plus a technical T-shirt to all entrants registered BEFORE 20.9.2023– limited stock available to those entering after that date- Get signed upearly to avoid disappointment.
This run is becoming one of Ireland’s most successful and fastest growing 10 mile road races. You will enjoy avery scenic route, mainly flat, perfect for those seeking a P.B. There will be fantastic encouragement from spectators and our dedicated team of marshals’ who will provide support along the course.
Come join us and experience a true Sligo welcome from Sligo Athletic Club. There will be light refreshments provided after the race.
Registration: Sligo Rugby Club:
Saturday afternoon: 23.9.2023 – 4pm-7pm
Sunday morning: 24.9.2023 – 8.30am – 10am
Bus transfers: there will be a limited number of bus seats available (free) to take participants from Rosses Point to The Rugby club in Strandhill on the morning of 24.9.2023 between 8am- 8.30am so car-pooling is encouraged where possible.
Bus Eireann provide a frequent service between Rosses Point and Strandhill – commencing on the hour, every hour from 11.05 through to 19.05 so you could enjoy lunch in Rosses Point after the event. The bus will stop in Rosses Point when flagged down in a safe area.
Click for schedule; https://www.buseireann.ie/inner.php?id=525