Hardman Gap of Dunloe Half Marathon & 10K
February 23, 2020
This is your chance to run Ireland’s most challenging half marathon through the legendary Gap of Dunloe. With breathtaking views around every bend you will hardly notice the hills. Keep in mind that what goes up must also come down.
Frequently Asked Questions
When does the Gap of Dunloe half take place?
Sunday the 23rd of February at 9am.
How many places are available?
Are postal entries available?
Will anything be posted out beforehand?
What about medals?
When does registration take place?
On Saturday the 22nd and Sunday 23rd of February from 5 to 7pm at Portwest Outdoor shop New Street Killarney. Then again between 7am and 8.30am on Sunday the 17th at the race finish area at Kate Kearney’s Cottage.
Is my entry transferable/refundable?
Are there changing facilities and showers available on the day?
What about parking?
Where does the race begin?
Where does the race finish?
Will there be pacers on the day?
Are there hydration stations on the course?
What is at this station?
Water. Bananas, biscuits, and chocolate will also be supplied at the turnaround point.
Is there a cut-off time?
Yes, 3 hours.
Are there prizes for the top finishers?
Are there any good viewing points for spectators?
What happens at the finish line?
When is the prizegiving?
In Kate Kearney’s Cottage at 12pm.
We have a €7000 prize fund for our Spring Run Series
1st male/female: €300 per race
2nd male/female: €200 per race
3rd male/female: €100 per race
40-44 age group*: €1st male/female: €50 per race
45-49 age group*: 1st male/female: €50 per race
50-54 age group*: 1st male/female: €50 per race
55-59 age group*: 1st male/female: €50 per race
Over 60 age group*: 1st male/female: €50 per race
Wheelchair athlete*: 1st: €50 per race
*only applicable if more than 5 competitors per category
All prizes will be paid half in cash and half in Portwest Outdoors vouchers.