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Race Info

How Much?

Entry for 2022 is €18 (5km) and €24 (10km) + admin fee.  If you are interested in doing the Malahide Castle 10km both events we have a special deal of €42 + admin fee.  Our second event is the Malahide Castle 10km on 24 July @ 10.00.  The 2 race deal includes one Tech Tee-shirt only.  There is no 5km race for Malahide Castle. 


Our events are limited to 500 participants and we carry full event insurance. 


Entry Fee Includes

Free Technical Race Tee-shirt, water station at 5km point, chip timing, bib number, treats and refreshments at the finish line, First Aid, Prizes 1,2,3 M&F. 


Race Number and Tee Shirt collection will happen at registration from 16.00 - 18.00 on the day of the event.  We will be located on the main avenue, inside the Sybill Hill Road gate (see maps below).  This is where the race start and finishes. 


Pond Car Park is open but it is small.  Red Stables and All Saints Road car parks are approx 10-15 mins walk to the registration point.  There is on street parking on Sybill Hill Road but this may be limited.


The Course will have KM markings throughout, it will be very well marshalled as always, in addition to a finish line gantry and race clock.


Results will be emailed to all competitors, posted on this website and announced on our social media outlets.


Maps, parking, routes etc. are all posted below.


Get in touch with us if you have any queries or if you are interested in sponsorship, promotion or marshalling.

On Saturday 28th May 2022 we will be weaving in and around the follies of St Anne’s Park, Raheny, Dublin 5.  This years event will take place at the new time of 18.30.  The 10km route will be entirely on the paths throughout the 270 acre park.  Participants can expect long flat straights, a few quick up and downs and some terrific scenery as they pass by the coast on one side and the pond on the other.


Route Map


This is the provisional route map within St Anne's Park. The route is entirely on path throughout and will consist of a 2x 5km loop.  The route takes participants through most of park and it is relatively flat, there are a couple very quick ups and downs but overall this is potentially a PB course.


The 5km route will be one lap.


Interesting! It looks flat.

Where is St Anne's Located?


St. Anne's Estate was the former Dublin home of the Guinness Family. It was acquired in 1939 by Dublin Corporation and St.Annes is now the largest enclosed Dublin City park, covering some 112 hectare(270 acres).


Bus Routes that serve St. Annes Park

29a, 32, 130


Buses go from Abbey Street or Eden Quay. You can get the Luas to Abbey street if required. If you're going to the Red stables end (Clontarf) get the 130 from Abbey street, if you're going to the Raheny end get the 29A from Eden Quay.


We would recommend that you get the 130 as it is easier to located the park and where we will be set up.

St. Anne's Park 5km & 10km  
28 May 2022 @ 18.30

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