News - 1st March 2018

Night Run is back for 2018!


Night Run is back for 2018 and takes place on Sunday 22 April at 9pm. Ireland’s most unique 10k will start outside the Convention Centre on North Wall Quay before taking runners through the city past some of Dublin’s iconic landmarks including the Custom House, Grand Canal Dock and Boland’s Mills before finishing at the stunning Samuel Becket Bridge.


The event is open to runners of all abilities so your weekly parkrun is the ideal way to prepare for this year’s Night Run. The course is flat and fast so it is perfect for those thinking of stepping up a distance to 10k.


Every participant will receive a premium reflective tech top to wear on the night, a finishers medal and a goodie bag.


We have great packages for groups of 10+ on offer, so gather your parkrun buddies and email us to find out more!


With some incredible experience planned around the course for you, Night Run 2018 is not to be missed! #OwnTheNight


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