Cleasathon-Inis OírrEnglish Version Irish Version

                            Frequently Asked Questions

When are the Cleasathon events in 2018?                                                             
Easter Saturday, 31st March 2018

What is the start time of the running events?
All start at 1.30pm.

What are the distances and details of the various events?                                                                   10 miler Adventure Run                                                                                                                        13k Road Run                                                                                                                                   7k Road Run

Race Sign On and Briefing                                                                                                                    Registration will take place at An Halla (Community Hall) from 10am until 12.45pm sharp.

Race briefing for runners will take place at 1.20pm outside the registration area (toilets available here).

Races will finish on the grassed area at An Pháirc close to the race briefing area.

Showers will be available here after the races for those that need them. 

When do entries open?
On-line Entries are now open and will close on 30th March 2018.

When do I collect my race number?
Signing In and Number Collection will take place that morning at An Pháirc. 

How much is the entry fee?
13k :-On-line entry fee is now €30 until 30th March.

10 miler:- Online entry fee is now €30 until 30th March 2018

7k:-On-line entry fee is €20 until March 30                                                               

Race day registrations will be accepted up to 12.45pm on payment of the relevant fees.



What happens when I enter online?
Your credit card details will be processed and debited for the entry fee amount. You will receive an e-mail detailing your receipt number.

Will I receive a Goody Bag?
In order to minimize race entry fees for participants, raise funds for our community services and support a national charity we will not be providing goody bags but following the event participants will be fed in An Halla (community hall) and given a little gift from Inis Oírr.

Do I get a refund or deferment if I can't run?
Sorry, we are unable to provide a refund or deferment if you can't run.

Can I transfer my number if I can't run?
We will take entry transfers up until 17th March 2018.

Please e-mail with your "Entry Name Change Request" prior to 17th March.

Will the course be marked?
The routes will be marked and marshalled as necessary.

Where can I leave baggage?
A baggage area will be provided at the race start/finish area. Items left in this area are to be labelled with your race number.

Although every effort will be made to keep this area secure, the race organizers will not accept responsibility for items left in this area.

Will there be any drink stations on the route?
There will be a water station at approximately the half way point.

Refreshments will be provided at the race finish in An Halla Community Hall.

Where will the toilets be located?
Toilets will be provided at the race start/finish area. 

Where will the First Aid stations be located?
A minimum of two First Aid points will be provided on the course. One will be based at the start/finish area and the second will be based at an appropriate point on each race route.

When will the results be available?
We will aim to process results as soon as possible after race finish which will be available on this website.   

Is there a race cut off time?
Yes - The course will officially close at 4.00pm. 
Race signage will be removed in accordance with this schedule.

Where is Inis Oírr?                                                                                                                                       Inis Oírr is an island in Galway Bay, Ireland.                                                                                  

How do I get to Inis Oírr?                                                                                                                           You can fly with Aer Arann or get a ferry from Ros an Mhíl or Doolin. 

What's Inis Oírr like?                                                                                                                                     It's a very scenic and beautiful island. Its long history, which goes right back to the stone age, becomes visible to those who meander along the many routes lacing the island. Its various shades of limestone paving contrasts beautifully with the profusion of wild flowers and hues of green created by the Atlantic current and mild climate. Inis Oírr with a year-round population of 250 inhabitants is generally accessible throughout the year, by air and sea, and has a church, post office, shop, pubs, restaurants & cafés, hotel, hostel & B&B's, playground, safe beach, community bus, craft outlets, Arts Centre and a Community Service Co-op.

Who can I contact for further help?
Race Information:
Tel: Cathleen at 099-75979