News - 6th June 2023

Vhi cheers on participants of the 2023 Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon

2023 Vhi Womenís Mini Marathon

This past Sunday, over 20,000 women took to the streets of Dublin City Centre for the Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon.

The sun was shining and there was huge excitement in the air for the 41st year of the event, which is the largest all-women’s event of its kind in the world. Since its inception, it has raised €230 million for charitable causes.

Vhi ambassador David Gillick was on hand to lead warm-ups for all the participants at the starting line.

This year’s Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon ambassadors, businesswoman and entrepreneur Aimee Connolly, fitness expert Dearbhla Toal, food enthusiast Lorraine Fanneran, motivational speaker and adventurist Nikki Bradley and TikToker Emer Kelly who gave it their all on Race Day and showed amazing determination throughout their training and on Sunday.

Vhi is proud to partner with both parkrun and the Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon and are strong supporters of helping Irish participants live longer, stronger, healthier lives.

Vhi extends its heartfelt congratulations to all participants, and we hope to see you next year at the 2024 Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon for another fantastic day out!

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