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The School Run
Apr 15 at 10:30 am - 12:30 pm€20
The 2018 School Run formerly the Castlecomer Credit Union 10k will take place on Sunday 15th April. All proceed for the day go to the Presentation Convent National School in Castlecomer.
Both the 10k & 5k start at 10.30am. The Castlecomer 10k is two loops of 5k with 85% of it off road on beautiful trails. The 5k is one loop. The routes are the same as 2016. It starts on the Dublin Road just at the church and goes out the Dublin road past Ormonde Brick and then into the woods so the first 1k is slightly uphill. After approximately 1.5km there is a good downhill stretch which lasts for 1 kilometre.
The only other uphill of note is when running towards the elf village area but that is short. The finish line is close to the car park and main Discovery Park entrance. The beautiful setting of the Estate Yard is where our renowned post-race refreshments await. Chip Timing is being used for both 5k and 10k events.
Online registration is available up to 9pm on 13th April.