Google+ Running in Cork, Ireland: Notice...Charleville Half-Marathon - Sun 23rd Sept 2018

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Notice...Charleville Half-Marathon - Sun 23rd Sept 2018

The Charleville Half-Marathon is coming up on Sunday, the 23rd of September 2018 at 10am and it is widely recognised as being one of the fastest courses in the country. This is also an ideal race for anyone preparing for the Dublin City Marathon.



You can enter online for the Half-Marathon here until the 20th of September


http://www.charlevillehalf.com/registration/ 

 Please note that there is a limit of 1400 entries. A dry fit top is included in the entry fee.

The early bird entry fee of €35 applies until midnight on the 12th of July.
The standard entry fee of €40 applies until midnight on the 30th of August.
The late entry fee of €45 applies until midnight on the 20th of September.



No Race Day entry available.

2hr 30min time limit due to organisational and safety constraints. No Transfers, No refunds, No deferrals are allowed due to organisational and insurance constraints.

The race entry includes a dry fit top, chip timing and post race refreshments.

You can enter online for the Half-Marathon here until the 20th September http://www.charlevillehalf.com/registration/

Course Preview......You can see a preview of the course HERE


Proceeds from the race go towards the development of North Cork Athletic Club and St.Josephs Foundation where the race is hosted. 

This half-marathon is also ideal for anyone preparing for the 2018 Dublin City Marathon. The time achieved for the half can be used to give a reasonably accurate target time for the full at the end of October.

The club presented a cheque for €2,000 to St.Josephs Foundation in May of 2017. This was from the proceeds of the 2016 race.
Committee Members of North Cork AC, present a cheque for €2,000 to Noreen Ryan CEO St Josephs Foundation Charleville, proceeds of the 2016 Charleville International Half Marathon. St Josephs Foundation is an organisation for people with special needs and they kindly host the half-marathon on their site every year, along with allowing North Cork AC access to their sports facilities for juvenile athletes training.

Race flyer photo courtesy of Kevin O'Connor

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