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Tarmonbarry Half Marathon, 3/4 Marathon & 8k 2022
Oct 9 at 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
These are all AAI Measured courses and are chip timed. Each race route is a one lap course, starting in the village, going out into the scenic quiet rural roads and finishing back in the village beside St.Barrys Gaa clubhouse, N39 Y8K5 (Eircode)
Sunday Oct. 9th 2022.
Event Start times and entry fees: (Race Tshirt and Finishers Medal for all events)
8K 10:15am €25
Half Marathon 10:30am €40
3/4 Marathon 9.30am €50
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/tarmonbarrythreequartermarathon/
Tarmonbarry village in County Roscommon is located where the N5 primary route crosses the River Shannon. It is ideally located in the midlands with easy access for all surrounding counties.
Registration is online only
Parking available at clubhouse and off street parking. Eircode N39 Y8K5
Running vest and medal for all participants.
Water/food stations and toilets on each run course.
Tea and coffee and a great spread of food for all taking part.
Hot showers and toilets