Ballydehob 10k 2015

Posted on: 9th March, 2015

Category: Sport & Fitness

Contributor: West Cork People

The Ballydehob 10k has become a fixed event on the West Cork running calendar, coinciding with St Patrick’s weekend. The fifth running of this event takes place at 11am on Sunday, March 15 with another great turnout expected.

The race is run on quiet rural roads, making it an almost car-free event. With stunning views over Rossbrin harbour and the finish overlooked by the majestic 12 arch bridge at Ballydehob, this is a great event for locals and visitors alike. Several international visitors in West Cork for St Patrick’s weekend also take part in the race.

The Ballydehob 10k with its Athletics Ireland permit welcomes runners and walkers of all ages and abilities. The 3km section is perfect for children and families, giving everyone the opportunity to take part.

New in 2015 is the West Cork Business 10k Challenge. Whether you are a pub, garage, shop, office, factory, or large organisation, this is your chance to race as a team. Gather three friends or employees together and challenge other businesses in your community.

As always the first 100 across the line will be awarded one of the coveted Ballydehob 10k t-shirts

For further details and registration information please check out www.ballydehob10k.com.

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