Q. Is there a limit on the number of Entries?
Ans. Yes 1,000 for half. Race sold out in 2013.
Q. Do I have to go to registration?
Ans. Ideally yes. If you can’t go you can send someone in your
Q. What do I need to bring with me for registration?
Ans. Bring yourself and a smile
Q. Can I Enter the Event at Number pick up on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday?
Ans. Potentially yes – pls note once online is closed these are classed as ‘late entries’. Late entries are subject to availability and rather than incurring an additional €5 on top of the entry fee you will not receive a Training Top. The entry fee will remain as advertised but you will not receive the Top.
Q. Can I walk the course?
Ans. Yes. We are unique in having an Earlier start time so
walkers can enjoy the atmosphere at the finish along with runners.
Walkers get a half hour head start.
Q. Will I get an official time for my race?
Ans. Yes. We are using timing chips. You will receive one at
Q. Will I receive a Medal for finishing my race?
Ans. Yes! Everyone who finishes will receive a Medal.
Q. Can I raise funds for a chosen Charity?
Ans. Yes. We would encourage you to do so.
Q. Is it possible to get a refund of the entry fee?
Unfortunately, no. We cannot refund your fee or defer entry to
the following year under any circumstances.
Q. Is there an age restriction for participants?
Yes. Under 18’s cannot participate in Half Marathon. This is
in line with the IAAF guidelines
Q. Where are the aid stations located?
Yes. Half Marathon water will be in bottles at 3 locations km
6.5, km 11.5, km 15.5. The 10km aid station will be located at km
Q . Will the course be marked in miles or kilometres?
Ans. The course is officially measured in km’s, so the marking
on the day will also be in km’s. It is yellow KM signs for the Half marathon