FAQ for Tralee IUltra Marathon


What Events Will be Taking Place

There are three events to choose from, the 40 mile ultra marathon, the 2 person relay and 4 person relay.  

When is it Taking Place

The race is taking place on 25 July 2020

Where is it Taking Place

Tralee in Co.Kerry is the venue. The start finish line is located behind FBD House on Dan Spring Rd. 

Where Can I Register 

Registration now open at Njuko

How Much Will it Cost

Entry for the Born to Run Tralee  Marathon Club 40 Mile Ultra costs €55. While the 2 person relay costs €80 per team of 2. The 4 person relay costs €120

What Time Will it Start

All races will start at 7am

When/Where is Number Pick-UP 

Your race number can be picked up at The Rose Hotel between 19:00 and 21:00 on Friday 24/07/20 or at the start/finish line between 6am and 6:45am on the morning of the race.

What Will I Need at Number Pick-UP

Participants should present a valid ID as well as a print-off of their conformation e-mail. 

Will There be Aid Stations

This is a self sufficient event, however there will be some refreshments supplied at two aid stations located at the start finish/line and approximately half way round the 4 mile loop.   

Where Can I Leave My Previsions for the Race

Competitors are advised to bring there own supplies. They can be left at the designated area near the start/finish of each loop. A drop bag may also be given to the event organizers to be left at the aid station approximately halfway around the loop.   

How old do I Have to be to Compete

All competitors must be 18 or over on the day of the event.  

What is the Course Cut Off Time

The cut off time is 11 hours. 

Can I Run With Headphones 

We strongly discourage competitors from using headphones on safety grounds. 

Where Can I Park

We recommend competitors and supports park at the Brandon Car Park. Just a 5 minute walk from the start line it cost €3 a day. Parking at the start area is prohibited. 

Where Can I Find Accommodation

Tralee has countless accommodation options, but you can find some recommendations here.  

Will There be Road Closures  

No, all roads will be open to traffic and runners are asked to exercise due caution and follow stewards'instructions at all time.