Q: When does the race take place?

26th February 2017 at 1pm sharp

Q: Where does it take place?

Quilty Gaa field

Q: How do I get here?


Q: Is the course accurately measured?


Q: Is this race Athletics Association of Ireland (AAI) certified?


Q: Is the event chip timed?


Q: How much does it cost to enter?


Q: Will I receive a T-Shirt?

No, Commemorative mugs are available for all participants

Q: Where can I park?

Parking is available in the Gaa carpark but is limited so please carpool if possible

Q: How do I enter?

You can enter online at https://www.fitmagazine.ie/events/race/run-clare-2...

Can I enter on the day?

Yes, registration will open from 1130am to 1230am sharp

Q: Where do I get my race number and chip?

Registration will take place in the Quilty Tavern

Q: Can I enter and walk the course?


Q: Are there age restrictions?


Q:What time does the race start?

1pm sharp

Q: Where does the race start?

At the entrance to the gaa field

Q: Should I wear my race number to the front or back?

Always wear your race number on the front

Q: Are there pacers?


Q: Will the roads be closed?

No, so please respect the stewards and respect the rules of the road at all times

Q: Will I get an official finishing time?

Yes all results will be posted here after the event.

Q: Is the course marked in miles or kilometres?

It will be marked in miles

Q: Will there be water stations on the course?

Yes, water stations will be at mile ???

Q: What First Aid facilities do you have?

Civil defence will be on hand to offer assistance to anyone in distress

Q: Will there be refreshments available after the race?

Yes, refreshments will be available in the Quily Tavern

Q: Will there be physio’s available after the race?


Will there be toilets?

Yes, toilets will be available in the Quilty Tavern and in the gaa changing rooms

Q: Are there finisher’s medals?


Q: What are the categories?

Categories will be announce in the coming weeks.

Q: When will the prize giving be?

Prizegiving will take place in the Quilty Tavern at 2pm

By Signing up to Run Clare 2017(or any event the organizing committee may be involved in) you agree to the following:

Terms and Conditions
I declare that I will abide by the laws and rules of the Athletics Association of Ireland (AAI). I will not compete in the race unless I am medically fit to do so on the day and I accept that I will be participating entirely at my own risk. I accept that Clare County Council, Ennis Town Council, its Servants or Agents, the Organizing Committee, its Members, Associates, Partners and Sponsors will not be liable for any loss, damage, illness or injury whatsoever directly or indirectly occasioned by or resulting from the negligence, wrongful act or default of Clare County Council, Ennis Town Council, its Servants or Agents, the Organizing committee, its Members, Associates, Partners or Sponsors, or from any other cause including an act of God or my own physical condition. I accept that the Organisers, their Sponsors and Partners will not be liable for any action, claim, costs or expenses that may arise in consequence of my participation of the event. By entering, I give my permission to Run Clare to use my name, quotes and photographic likeness for promotional and marketing purposes.
Entry fees cannot be refunded, transferred or deferred.