The Dublin Marathon is an annual 26.2 mile (42.2 kilometer) marathon in Dublin, Ireland, held on the last Sunday in October. Held each year since 1980, a record 19,500 people entered the 2016 race including over 5,000 entrants from outside Ireland.
The course is generally reasonably flat. It starts at Fitzwilliam Square in the city centre and concludes at Merrion Square. Exact routing varies, although in recent years the race has proceeded in an anti-clockwise direction around the city, including passing through the Phoenix Park before moving towards the southside suburbs.
If you decide to run the KBC Dublin Marathon this year for The Gavin Glynn Foundation, you’re actively and directly changing the lives of families all across Ireland who need it. You’re making a direct difference to all of the families with children fighting cancer in Ireland, who have to travel overseas for treatment. You can meet some of our previous heroes here.
This year, why not have fun with a great group of fun loving people? Help us change and save lives!
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