Google+ Running in Cork, Ireland: Notice...Kingsley Challenge Series 10k road race - Sun 8th May 2016

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Notice...Kingsley Challenge Series 10k road race - Sun 8th May 2016

This brand new 10k road race is coming up in Cork City on Sunday the 8th of May 2016...


The race HQ is at the Kingsley Hotel near Victoria Cross on the western side of the city...



From the organisers...Join us for the inaugural Kingsley 10k around the iconic Lee Road/ Carrigohane loop. The loop is one of the best known and flattest runs on the cork circuit ,This is part of the Fota Collection Challenge Series and takes in views of the beautiful Lee River and finish in the recently reopen Kingsley Hotel. This is one of the last training runs before the Cork City Marathon and will encompass 2.5km of the final stage of the Cork City Marathon.  

Location: The Kingsley Victoria Cross Cork
Race Date:  May 8th 2016
Start Time: 10.30am
Chip Timed Event
Complimentary refreshments
Prizes: Male and Female
1st place is the Bed and Breakfast with a thermal suite pass plus 3 months Gold membership of the Health Club.
2nd place is 3 months Gold membership of the Health Club.
3rd place is a VIP spa pass.


The route is much the same as the Cork BHAA UCC 10k race at the start of April. It starts about 200m from the Kingsley Hotel and then takes in the pathway before Victoria Cross. From there, it goes out the Lee Road and back in the Straight Road.

Entries.......You can enter online HERE


10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Going out the lee road is not flat .its got a few hills lol. Should be a good challenge

Anonymous said...

Is the pathway through car park etc going to make this a messy first km?

rob stapleton said...

No because it will start a nice bit back on the riverside and along the back from the hotel so the only tight spot will be the exit onto Wellington bridge but we have it well marshalled
Rob-race organiser

rob stapleton said...

No it's going to start behind the hotel close to amenity carpark on the waterside so it will not be going through the car park by the time the fast runners get to the foot bridge.
Rob-race organiser

Anonymous said...

Is there any hills on this course as the UCC 10km had 2 hills in it on the way out?
thanks

rob stapleton said...

its a similar route but only one gradual hill past the lee clinic for about 800 meters

Anonymous said...

Category prizes ?

rob stapleton said...

male and female category. the prizes for 1st for male and female 1 night bed and breakfast at the kingsley plus 3 months gold gym membership and VIP thermal suite pass. 2nd place is 3 months gold gym membership and 3rd place is VIP thermal suite Day passes.

Rob

Blaithin Keating said...

Can you enter on the morning and if so at what time?

rob stapleton said...

Ya registration is open from 815am