independent

Tuesday 23 April 2019

Challenging cliff run to support Jigsaw charity

The Gaelforce 10km Bray Cliff Run will take place on Saturday, April 6.

The evening run is perfect for anyone who wants an introduction to trail running. The Bray Cliff Run is the first event in the newly launched Gaelforce 10k Trilogy. It is sure to energise any running calendar for 2019.

The Gaelforce 10k Trilogy is made up of three amazing trail runs providing perfectly spaced goals to work towards and a way for runners to push their running boundaries without ever getting bored. It consists of three trail runs in three memorable locations, close to Dublin but worlds away.

Start off the Gaelforce 10k Trilogy in Bray and then keep training to be in form for the Gaelforce 10k Kippure Trail in August. Completing the Trilogy is the Gaelforce 10km Howth Summit in October - the most challenging of the three routes with added inclines and a greater test to fitness levels.

Spectators can make their way to the seafront in Bray to encourage participants.

The Gaelforce 10k Bray Cliff Run is now renowned for the famous afterparty - what is not to love about a run and a party - after all it has been well earned. The Martello Hotel is providing refreshments for each runner plus a great music line up to ensure the perfect platform for the all-important post-mortem.

Shane Young from Killary Gaelforce, says: 'Many people catch the bug and are keen to continue trail running after this race. That is why we launched the Gaelforce 10k Trilogy for 2019.'

Gaelforce 10k Bray Cliff Run is supported by John West who will offer a variety of protein options to refuel after the race.

In 2019 Gaelforce has teamed up with Jigsaw, the National Centre for Youth and Mental health as their charity partner. As part of the partnership participants can donate when registering for the event or become an Everyday Jigsaw Hero and raise vital funds for the charity.

To register go to gaelforceevents.com.

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