What is the Gaelforce 10k Trilogy?
Three is always better than one! The Gaelforce 10k Trilogy has been just launched and is sure to energise your running calendar for 2019! The Trilogy is made up of three amazing trail runs providing perfectly spaced goals to work towards and a way to push your running boundaries without ever getting bored. This is your ready-made fitness plan for the year ahead. Of course you don't have to choose all three, have a look at the individual events:
6th April | Gaelforce 10k Bray Cliff Run
10th August | Gaelforce 10k Kippure Trail
19th October | Gaelforce 10k Howth Summit
First one up - Gaelforce 10k Bray Cliff Run
Three trail runs in three memorable locations, close to Dublin but worlds away.The Trilogy starts in April with the Gaelforce 10k Bray Cliff Run giving you an early goal for your winter/spring training. If you are a first timer it will bring you up to 10km and introduce you to the freedom of trail running.
Keep it up - Gaelforce 10k Kippure Trail
Keep your training going, start introducing inclines and watch your fitness grow. Legs will get stronger, breathing is easier, and you are ready to take on the Gaelforce 10k Kippure Trail in August.
Finish it off - Gaelforce 10k Howth Summit
Completing the Trilogy is the Gaelforce 10km Howth Summit in October - the most challenging of the three routes with added inclines and a greater test to fitness levels. The pinnacle of your year of 10km trail races!
Be one of the first to receive our special Trilogy medal - three medals that alone are unique mementoes but together complete this perfect tri-part medal.
DO ALL 3 RACES AND AS WELL AS RECEIVING YOUR TRILOGY MEDALS YOU COULD BECOME THE
GAELFORCE 10KM TRILOGY CHAMPION
Earn points based on your finishing times on each race. The person with the best tally after 3 races will be crowned the champion!
The Gaelforce 10km Trilogy is proudly sponsored by John West
MAKE A START ON YOUR TRILOGY JOURNEY
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