Various Locations, Sunday 23rd September - Sunday 30th September 2018
The first ever Dublin Sportsfest will bring together the people, the clubs, the sports and the spaces of Dublin in a celebration of sport and physical activity in our city.
Dublin City Sport & Wellbeing Partnership‘s flagship event will take place during the European Week of Sport. The festival will comprise of a week-long programme of innovative events & promotions across many of the sports clubs resident in the City in addition to Dublin City Council‘s facilities, parks and urban spaces. The focus will be on encouraging sustainable participation across all ages, backgrounds and abilities. The vast majority of events & activities will be free of charge!
Make some time and get involved in Dublin Sportsfest – meet new people and improve your health, fitness & general wellbeing.
Sunday 23rd September - Sunday 30th September 2018
Sandymount or ‘Spookymount’ is an ideal location being walking distance from the center of Dublin. And the course is laid out in long straight flat lines making it ‘racer’ friendly.
There are two distances to suit all levels of fitness. A 5km single lap or a 10km double lap. The course is a single loop starting and finishing beside Clanna Gael GAA club. Entries are limited so don’t leave it too late to enter! This is an annual SELL OUT race.
Tell your friends. There will be a NEW bespoke Halloween Finisher’s Medal to meet you at the finish line along with that sense of satisf
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