The Great Pink Run

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The Great Pink Run

Phoenix Park, Saturday 13th October 2018

With a 10k Challenge as well as a 5k Fun Run, Jog or Walk the dog, there is something for everyone, men, women and children as we all know someone who has been affected. Elaine Crowley will be present to start off the 5k run. This is a great way to come out and show your support and help us in our Race for a Cure.

Great Pink Run 2018 Race Info:
10km (Start 10.00am) & 5km (Start 11.00am)

Location:
Junction of Furze Road & Chesterfield Ave, Phoenix Park. The Great Pink Run 2018, with Avonmore Slimline Milk, is to be held in the beautiful Phoenix Park which for years has hosted some of Ireland's highest profile running events and we are pleased to join them again this year. Each participant will receive a race t-shirt included in their registration fee.

FAQ:
Please see the page FAQ for race related information and questions.

For a map of the route click here. The 10km course will involve 2 laps of the route.

All race day essential information will be sent out before the event via E-MAIL and will be posted to the homepage of this site shortly after entries close. Your race pack including your race number and race t-shirt.

Fundraising:
Each registrant will automatically create an online fundraising page when they register.


Date:
Saturday 13th October 2018
Time:
10.00am
Price:
€0 | €16.20 | €21.50
Address:
Phoenix Park, Ireland

Google Map of Phoenix Park, Ireland

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