Wicklow Way Race
Saturday 9 June, 2018
10 (Extreme) - Extreme, >1,000M ascent or > 30Km
- Route fully marked
Irish Ultra Championships
Entry details - TBC>
A race over the Wicklow Way from Marlay Park to Clonegal with a maximum allowed time of 21 hours. The race will start at the plaque marking the start of the Wicklow Way in Marlay Park. It is anticipated that registration will be from 22:00 to 23:30 with the race starting at midnight. Runners must follow the Wicklow Way route as it is on the day of the race. This means that any diversions signposted on the day must be followed.
Drop bags will be transported to aid stations, the number of which will be confirmed prior to the race but will likely follow previous years as below.
KM Name Cut Off Time
21 Crone Woods 03:00
49 Glendalough - Lower Lake Car Park 08:00
75 Iron Bridge 12:00
102 Dying Cow 16:00
111 Raheenakit 18:30
127 Clonegal 21:00
No early starts will be accommodated and the cut off times as outlined below will apply. No exceptions can be made to these due to the workload required in manning aid stations and to protect the health and safety of runners and volunteers.
Trophies will be awarded to the first male and female finishers and all entrants who complete the full route in the allowed time will receive a memento marking their achievement.
Race entry will cost 60 Euro
You must have run an ultra race of at least 50km in 2016 or 2017 to enter. Those intending to enter should email the following details to email@example.com in advance of entry to confirm you reach the minimum entry standards.
Name, email address, name of qualifying race, link to qualifying race results
Mandatory Kit list as follows
1. Waterproof jacket and full length leg cover
Light and hi vis
Map of Route & Compass
Food & Drink
Gloves & hat
Cup/bottle as no cups will be provided at check points
You need to have done 2 non-running volunteer roles in a calendar year to qualify for Leinster League finisher's prize
Check with race director if they have a need for people volunteering and running. Race directors need a minimum number of people available throughout the race to make the race work so non-running volunteers are preferable. While it can be helpful, volunteering in a volunteer and race capacity does not count towards qualifying for Leinster League finisher prize