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The next East Antrim Marathon Series Event will start at the Upper Road in Greenisland (B90), just along from Greenisland Presbyterian Church. Registration will take place in Greenisland Golf Club (TBC). This course combines both the Knockagh Road and Station Road routes and includes a full marathon (2 laps of the course) and a half marathon option (1 lap of the course).
The half marathon will start at 9.00 am only.
For the marathon there will be an early start at 8:00 am for runners who take over 4 1/2 hours. For those who run under 4 1/2 hours the start time is 9.00 am only. No exceptions to this rule.
Race registrations cannot be transferred, please contact the race organiser if you have any queries on your registration.
Water, energy drinks and gels will be provided on the course and refreshments and a medal for all finishers. Please respect the local residents and park in Greenisland Train Station or Presbyterian Church as per the map attached (no parking will be available at Greenisland Golf Club), and remember to put rubbish in bins or bags at the water stations.
Entry remains open online until 8 pm on 14/10/2016. Race numbers (and pins) will be issued on the morning of the race. Please ensure you are there for registration at least 45 minutes before the start of the race and remember to watch the weather forecast and wear appropriate gear for the predicted conditions.
Please Note: We have a zero tolerance of bad and/or unsporting behaviour in whatever form that it may take. Persons who indulge in such behaviour will be banned from all future events.
All participants in the East Antrim Marathon Series are hereby given notice that the organisers shall not be held liable for any property loss, accident, personal injury or death that a participant might suffer during the training for and participation in the marathon. In particular all participants acknowledge that they are entering the East Antrim Marathon Series entirely at their own risk and that they have no medical disability. Runners should consult with their own GP, specialist and/or local athletics group for training/medical advice and assessment.