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Tralee Marathon 2020
Apr 11 at 9:00 am - 5:00 pm€40
The Tralee Marathon will take place on Saturday 11th April 2020, it will be a stand alone 26.2 Mile event. The route will be the original 2013 route (Tralee, Ardfert, Fenit, Spa, Tralee). The Race Director will be Jim McNeice.
The Marathon will start at 9am on the 11th April. It will start outside the Aqua Dome, heading to Ardfert, Barrow, and then onto Fenit, after which the route heads back to Tralee via the Spa, the Kerries, and Blennerville. With the finish line on the Neil Armstrong Way.
The finish line of the Tralee Marathon is on the Neil Armstrong Way. In 1997 Neil Armstrong made a speech in this area of Tralee.