The Vhi Women's Mini-Marathon is back and they are looking for you to enter and join this great cause.
It is the last chance to enter this year’s Vhi Women’s Mini-Marathon, with entries closing tomorrow, Wednesday, 22nd of May.
The race which is now in its 37th year is one of the country’s most well-known and popular events, and will this year see 30,000 women take to the streets of Dublin to walk, jog or run the 10k route.
The marathon is the largest all-female event of its kind in the world and over one million people have taken part in the event since it began in 1983.
The event has raised over €217 million for charitable causes in the 37 years of its existence. In 2018, Cork’s Lizzie Lee won the event with a winning time of 34.18.
Sonia O’Sullivan holds the record for the fastest winning time of 31:28 in 2000. Sonia also won the race in 2003 and 2005. Catherina McKiernan is the only woman to have won the event four times, having crossed the line first in 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2004.
Everyone who completes this years race will receive an exclusive finisher t-shirt, courtesy of title sponsors Vhi.
Entries for the mini-marathon close on Wednesday the 22nd of May. Enter to take part before it’s too late at www.vhiwomensminimarathon.ie