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Dublin, Sunday 27th October

KBC Dublin Marathon – The 40th edition is a single lap, starting and finishing close to the City Centre. Conditions for marathon running are ideal. The Irish climate is influenced by the prevailing light South Westerly winds of the Gulf Stream. The average temperatures for October are around 12 – 14°C (53 – 57°F). Dublin has only about 30 inches of rain annually – ideal for running.

Each participant of the KBC Dublin Marathon will receive their race bag during registration in the main hall of the RDS on Friday 25th from 12.00pm – 7.00pm, and Saturday 26th from 9.00am – 7.00pm.


Date:
Sunday 27th October
Time:
8.45am - 5.00pm
Price:
€70 | €80 | €90
Address:
Fitzwilliam Street Upper, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Fitzwilliam Street Upper, Dublin, Ireland

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