Virtual KBC Dublin City Marathon

Run the Virtual KBC Dublin City Marathon 2020 for The Alzheimer Society of Ireland!

The 2020 Dublin Marathon was due to take place on Sunday 25th of October – the event has been cancelled in the best interests of the health and safety of all involved!

However, entries open for the Virtual KBC Dublin Marathon on the 15th of July! Run the marathon safely in your own time and location over the October Bank Holiday weekend from the 24th to the 26th and track your distance and time on the KBC Dublin Marathon App. If you don’t want to go for the full marathon distance  there are also options to sign up the KBC Virtual Race Series distances; 4 Mile, 10km and Half Marathon.

We’ve had some brilliant supporters in previous years and we really hope to grow and expand our team of awe-inspiring athletic supporters this year!

Find all the information and register for the virtual Dublin City Marathon (HERE)

 

After you register you can begin to drum up your supporters – with our help, of course!

You can register for your t-shirt and fundraising pack by completing the form below.

Virtual Dublin City Marathon 2020 - Fundraising Pack

We’ve had some brilliant supporters in previous years and we really hope to grow and expand our team of awe-inspiring athletic supporters this year!

Simply enter your details below and we will be in touch to help you kick-start your fundraising!!

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Have you Registered for your place at the Marathon? *

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If you would like a t-shirt please indicate what size (S, M, L, XL): *

If you would like Sponsorship Cards - How many do you require? (each card has 22 lines) *

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If you need further information, we’re happy to help. Simply contact our fundraising department on 01-207 3826 or email jarlath.coyle@alzheimer.ie

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