11/12/2019

Entries Open For Antrim Coast Half Marathon

Entries have opened for the Antrim Coast half marathon.

Hosted by Larne Athletics Club and sponsored by Caterpillar, the race is set to be one of the fastest courses in Ireland, with a new and improved flatter route and maximum elevations of 13 metres.

The route features stunning views of the Antrim coast road and home of Game of Thrones, with live on course entertainment and an after race party.
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Due to take place in March, it's perfect preparation for both the London and Belfast marathons.

An elite field is in place with aims of breaking the Men's and Women's All Comers record for Northern Ireland.

Entries are priced at £32.50 (non-affiliated) and close on 31 January 2020.

The marathon will take place on 21 March.

Click here for online entry.



(JG/MH)

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