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Entry for the 2020 Cork City Marathon is now open


Entry for the 2020 Cork City Marathon is now open

Entry for the 2020 Cork City Marathon, Half Marathon and Team Relay is now open.

It’s still on the Sunday of the June Bank Holiday Weekend, but for the first time in their 13 years it’ll be in May next year – May 31st. Details of the course and race-day arrangements will be confirmed at a later date, but are likely to be similar to 2019.

Please remember that after entering, you will have to register in Cork City Hall the day before the race – Saturday 30th May. All marathon and half-marathon participants and at least one member of each relay team must attend to pick up your race pack. Further details available here.

Before you enter, please read the terms & conditions of entry, below. Please remember that we don’t give refunds under any circumstances. Deferral to 2021 will only be allowed on receipt of a medical cert in advance of close of entries.

For details and to enter, click here.

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Marathon // Europe // Germany // October

10/11/2020 // Munich, Germany // $91.00


The cityscape of the home of Munich Marathon is characterized by centuries-old buildings and numerous museums. The Bavarian capital is known for the annual Oktoberfest and it’s sportiness. In the old town on the central Marienplatz there are landmarks such as the neo-Gothic New Town Hall, whose popular carillon plays melodies and stories from the 16th century.

The city of München Marathon is a natural habitat of Mediterranean-style street cafes, highbrow art and high-tech industry, Germany’s unofficial southern capital is a flourishing success story that revels in its own contradictions. If you’re looking for Alpine clichés, they’re all here, but the Bavarian metropolis has many an unexpected sides to be discovered.

With that being said, the Munich Marathon is the place to be!!

Whoever has competed in one of the editions of München Marathon knows that tingling sensation. The concentration and tension of the runners is tangible; only subsiding when the starter’s pistol finally sounds and your sightseeing tour through Munich starts right away.





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