The Rathfinny Run

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10:00 Half Marathon starts
10:15 10k starts
Age Requirements
  • Half Marathon: Entrants must be 17 years of age or older to participate
  • 10k: Entrants must be 15 years of age or older to participate
Race Packs
Entrants who have entered in good time will have their race packs sent in the post 10 days before event day.
Those who have entered in the 10 days before race day will collect their race pack at registration on the day of the event.
If your race pack hasn’t arrived, head to the registration desk at race HQ and you can be issued with a new one.
A full set of race instructions will be sent via email before the event.
Cupless event
This is a Zero Waste event so there will be no cups at the aid stations, please bring your own cup or bottle with you.
Plant a tree
There will be an exciting opportunity for participants to plant a tree on the estate.
On The Day Entry
There will be some on the day entries available, subject to availability. Bear in mind this event sold out last year! The prices will be as follows: Half Marathon - £40 10k - £30
How is the The Rathfinny Run environmentally friendly?
This event aims to reduce the carbon footprint of runners by encouraging car sharing, arrange shuttle buses from train stations, only giving out Zero Waste medals to participants and by offering participants the opportunity of planting their own tree too.
Is there a Bag drop at The Rathfinny Run?
Yes, there will be a bag drop for participants to leave their bags during the event.
Has The Rathfinny Run got free parking?
This event will charge for parking, however, if you have 3 other runners in your car, parking will be free.
126 reviews
Good mixture of up and downhill though it is more than 21k
I enjoyed this run even in the rain! Brace yourself for the extra little up hill at the end.
A hard but wonderful course despite the pretty awful weather. Friendly atmosphere and organised to perfection. The free shuttle buses from the station is greatly appreciated.
The course was tough but good fun. A real mix of ups and downs, 180° turns amongst the vineyard. 100% recommend for anyone who wants a challenging race.
Tough conditions, but beautiful course in an interesting setting. My watch made it 240m ascent which could be challenging for less experienced runners. Good sustainability profile, good organisation - will be back!
Lovely course, challenging but not too much, I will do it again next year. My 2 picks would be the transport from the entrance to the estate to the Flint barn was non existent, I got totally soaked waiting for the mini bus, thank fully someone in a car stopped and offered me a lift. And it would have been good to have coffee etc at the finish, unless it was there and I missed it.
First ever race, was beautiful and felt well informed by the information at the start, felt a bit vague and unsure on first arriving. But keen to do it next year.
Really well organised race, and I love the efforts made to make it as sustainable as possible! Even the rain couldn't dampen the spirits.
My favourite 10k. Just beautiful all round - from the course to the organisation.
Great Race, great route, well marked, green (eco) forward. Cant wait to come back next year.
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8th Floor, Orion House, 5 Upper St Martins Lane,

London, WC2H 9EA

Reg number 10083277

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