Q: When does the race take place?
A: 19th March 2017 at 1pm.
Q: Where does it take place?
A: Craughwell Community Hall, St. Michaels hall, Craughwell village.
Q: Is the course accurately measured?
A: yes it is.
Q: Is this race Athletics Association of Ireland (AAI) certified?
Q: Is he event chip timed?
Q: How much does it cost to enter?
Q: Where can I park?
A: Parking is available in the village but is limited, please carpool if possible.
Q: How do I enter?
Q: Where do I get my race number and chip?
A: These can be collected the day before and on the morning of the event in the community hall.
Q: Can I walk the course?
A:Yes walkers are more than welcome.
Q: Are there age restrictions?
A: Yes, all runners/walkers must be over 18 on the day of the event.
Q: What time does the race start?
A: 1pm sharp.
Q: Where does the race start?
A: Just alongside the railway bridge on the slip road off the Galway road, 750m from community hall.
Q: Should I wear my race number to the front or back?
A: Always wear your race number on the front.
Q: Are there pacers?
Q: Will the roads be closed?
A: No, so please respect the stewards and respect the rules of the road at all times.
Q: Will I get an official finishing time?
A: Yes all results will be posted on redtag timing and linked to here as soon as the event is over and results are collated.
Q: Is the course marked in miles or kilometres?
A: It will be marked in miles.
Q: Will there be water stations on the course?
A: Yes, at 3, 6, and 9 miles and water will be available at the finish line.
Q: What first aid facilities do you have?
A: Order of Malta will be on hand to offer assistance to anyone in distress.
Q: Will there be refreshments available after the race?
A: Yes, refreshments will be available in the community hall.
Q: Will there be toilets?
Q: Are there finisher’s medals?
Please keep an eye on our Facebook page for any other details on the race.https://www.facebook.com/craughwell.ac/
Looking forward to welcoming you all to this years Craughwell 10.