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Wild Air Run – Malahide

Malahide Castle, Saturday 27th July - Sunday 28th July 2019

Wild Air Run is an award-winning family fun run that features 10 of Europe's biggest inflatable obstacles as part of a 5K course.

2019 brings new features such as MEGA FOAM to the 60m long, 4-lane Extreme Slide. Join the 20,000+ people that got involved and had EXTREME FUN in Summer 2018. The Wild Air Run craze is sweeping the nation! The course is made up of 10 larger than life obstacles which you can battle your way through. Warm-up with the highly experienced, Club Vitae professional motivators before beginning the Run. Remember, we're not timing you so relax, enjoy, have some fun and help your friends and family cross the finish line. If you have that competitive streak you can of course race your family and friends. May the best Wild Air Runner win! (Pssst kids: There are shortcuts available for you to beat the adults!)

There is also a Chill Zone for when you've completed the race. We want you to enjoy more than just the course. The Chill Zone will be open throughout the event day and will have refreshments with seating and games. Spectators are free! They can cheer you on from the side-lines, watch you tackle Europe's longest slide before crossing the finish line and join you for a well-deserved seat in the Chill Zone!

Obstacles include: The Drop, Maze Runner, Leap Frog, Hurdle Zone, Moonwalk, Pinball, Wipeout, The Rockies, Super Scream and 1 new super exciting obstacle yet to be announced..!
Suitable for all fitness levels and all ages between 7-70. Events will kick off their first wave at 10am, with additional waves running in 20-minute intervals until 4pm.

Saturday 27th July - Sunday 28th July 2019
10.00am - 4.00pm
€15 | €25 | €68
Malahide Castle & Gardens, Ireland

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