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Human Race 2014



By I Love Limerick Correspondent Niamh Higgins

Registration is now open for the second annual Human Race which will be held on Sunday 5th October 2014.

The event will be hosted on the superb and outstanding grounds of the University of Limerick. The day will feature three different races for participants to take part in, a 10k, Half Marathon and 30k.

The three routes will take participants in and around the astonishing grounds of the University and offers those in training for the Dublin Marathon a chance to advance and further enhance their abilities.




Registration is now available online and is strongly recommended as the race is limited to a total of 3,000 participants. Registration for the 10k race stands at 20 euro, while the half marathon registration is 35 euro and the 30k is currently 40 euro.

Registration for the race on the day will cost 25 euro for the 10k, 40 euro for the half marathon and 45 euro for the 30k.

Time chips will be given to each entrant and race times will be available, after the race has finished, on the Human Race website Each event will commence on the day at 10am.

The grounds of the University and campus are relatively flat. This gives participants the opportunity to achieve PB’s (Personal Best) in each respective race.

Whether you have just taken up running or have been running all your life, the Human Race is one event that is not to be missed.

With three different race categories to choose from those who love to run are guaranteed to find the perfect race to suit them.

For more information on the Human Race you can visit their Facebook page by clicking here!
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