This year we will not be giving out t-shirts to every participant. Since 2011, there have been approximately 15,000 t-shirts produced for the event, which comes at a huge environmental cost. More details coming soon…
Yes, there will be one water station on the 10K course and three water stations on the half marathon course. There will be water stations in the full marathon at approximately miles 2, 5.3, 8.7, 12, 15.5, 19.5 and 23.5.
There will be lots of toilets at the start/finish area and an “emergency” toilet roughly half way along the half marathon route. This toilet will be at approximately miles 6 and 20 in the full marathon.
You can transfer your entry to someone else or defer your entry to the following year if you do so in time. There is a charge of €7 for a deferral. There is no charge for a number transfer. Please click here for more details. We can not offer you a refund of your entry fee.
Yes. There will be a separate start for walkers in the half marathon. Walkers in the 10K will start with the rest of the field towards the back of the group. Please choose “walker” when entering. There is no walker option in the full marathon due to time constraints for road closures, etc.
The finish line for all race distances closes at 4pm. Therefore there is a maximum time of 6 hours to complete the marathon. You must be making progress no slower than this pace all along the course, e.g. 3 hours for 13.1 miles.