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Dublin Docklands, Wednesday 4th September

GT5K – Get a team together and take on the Grant Thornton Corporate 5K Team Challenge around Dublin's iconic docklands.

  • No “i” in Team – Enter as part of a company team of four with three categories available: Male, Female and Mixed. The official score for each team is determined by the recorded times of the registered team members, with accurate chip timing for all participants.
  • 5km flat course – A great distance for beginners and the experienced runner alike, so there is no excuse for work colleagues not to give it a try!
  • Prizes – Team trophies will be presented for the top three corporate teams in the male, female and mixed categories.
  • Entry fee per team – €120 Final Price.
  • Everyone's a winner: All entrants will receive a technical t-shirt and goody bag.

For bulk entries please contact Róisín Horgan –

Wednesday 4th September
Docklands, Convention Centre, North Dock, Dublin 1, Ireland

Google Map of Docklands, Convention Centre, North Dock, Dublin 1, Ireland


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