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The Medic Half Marathon & 10K Race
Sep 14 at 10:00 am - 1:30 pm€20 – €28
The 2nd Saturday in September every year is International First Aid Day and this year 14th Sept 2019 @ 1000hrs The Irish Red Cross (Kildare Division) invite you to participate in what we think might be Monasterevins’s first half Marathon? & 10K Race
When deciding a location they really chose well, Monasterevin is a fantastic town to run in whether you enjoy the flat surfaces along the canals or maybe the more rustic trails of Moore Abbey woods there really is something for everyone not to mention ease of access off the M7 motor way at Junction 14.
The local division of the Irish Red Cross work tirelessly to look after us all at local runs all year round and we really hope that you all pay it back in spades and support their first International First Aid Day Half Marathon & 1oK Race ” The Medic”.
Bespoke medals for all finishers and post race refreshments.