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Distance 10K
Price €30
Location The Phoenix Park, Dublin
Date Apr 2018
Age 15 years old and over

Great Ireland Run

Congratulations to everyone who took part in the 2017 Great Ireland Run!

Sign up now to our Reminder Service to be the first to know when entries are available for 2018 and be sure to share your videos and selfies in the meantime to our Facebook page @GreatIrelandRun.

The Great Ireland Run is part of the world's largest mass participation running series and is set in the iconic surroundings of Europe's largest urban park, where runners of all ages and abilities can take part in a truly inspiring celebration of running. With the choice of a 5k, 10k and our traditional Mini and Junior events (for kids from 3 - 15 years old), it really is a family affair and a great way to spend a day in the nation's capital.

The Course

The 2017 Great Ireland Run takes place amidst the beautiful surroundings of the Phoenix Park, Dublin, Europe’s largest urban park.

Alongside thousands of other runners of all ages and abilities, you can enjoy being part of the world's favourite run, as you make your way through the spectacular natural surroundings of a park filled with rich history and natural beauty.

Run past the Phoenix Monument, the Papal Cross and get a glimpse of the Magazine Fort as you make your way across to the Furry Glen and then back towards Chesterfield Avenue for your big finish!

The 2017 Great Ireland Run is truly a spectacular way to spring into Spring so secure your place on the start line and ENTER TODAY!

Please note: the course may be subject to change.



Gun times for the top 10 male/female finishers in the Great Ireland Run and top 3 male/female finishers in the Great Ireland 5k are available below.


Elite Results

Event location

Dublin is the capital of the Republic of Ireland and is situated on the East coast at the mouth of the River Liffey.  The city is renowned for its vibrant atmosphere, but there is a lot more to Dublin than the 10 million pints of Guinness produced every day!

Dublin, the true city of love, is the resting place of the famous Saint Valentine who is buried in Whitefrair Street Church. Dublin also boasts plenty of medieval buildings to visit, including Dublin Castle and St Patrick’s Cathedral, not to mention the wide selection of brilliant shopping spots, bars and thriving art quarters.

So why not combine a great city break with the Great Ireland Run and plan your visit to join the Irish leg of the Worlds Favourite Run!

Find out more at

About Dublin

Roll of honour

And here's the roll of honour of previous winners of the All Ireland County Challenge... So far no County has done the double!

Year County winner
2006 Louth
2007 Cavan
2008 Mayo
2009 Fermanagh
2010 Laois
2011 Down
2012 Antrim
2013 Cork
2014 Kilkenny
2015 Co Sligo
2016 Waterford
2017 Who will take the crown at this year's challenge.... [Your County's name could go here...]