Join us for one of Ireland’s oldest road races, which will celebrate its 50th Running of the event on Saturday 27th April 2019 at 7pm.
The Paddy Flanagan Memorial Race was first run in May 9th 1970 Tramore to Ballykinsella and back to finish in Tramore. It changed to it's current route from Waterford City to Tramore in 1974.
The race starts at Waterford’s Viking Triangle in Waterford city and goes out the Tramore road to finish in Tramore outside Splashworld. Prizes for top men and women and age categories. Showers, changing facilities, refreshments, and prize giving will be in the GAA centre in Tramore after.
This is a point to point race so don’t forget to organise a lift back into town or check out the Bus Eireann bus time table.
Register online at www.waterfordac.com or on the night between 5:45 and 6:45 in the Bishops Palace, The Mall, directly opposite Waterford Crystal. Prices are €10 + booking online or €15 on the night.
Course record Pauline Lambe, Tullamore Harriers A.C. 44.03 (2010) Sandis Bralitis West Waterford AC 36.44 (2010)
Again Bluewall Technologies Limited, have come onboard as main Sponsor and Waterford AC are very glad to have such a popular sponsor involved again this year. This is the 10th year Bluewall will be sponsoring and with exceptionally generous and popular prizes in previous years.
Another excellent crowd of runners is expected as previous years.
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