Tralee 100K Ultra Marathon 2021

19 June 2021

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The Tralee 100K Ultra Marathon will be one of Ireland's greatest tests of endurance.

Are you ready to take up the challenge. The event starts 6 am outside the Aquadome in Tralee.

Tralee 100K Ultra Marathon
Tralee 100K Ultra Marathon

100K Ultra Marathon FAQ

Is the race chip timed?

Yes, the Tralee Ultra Marathons are timed by Timing Solutions Ireland.

Where can I collect my number and race pack?

The number will be posted out and the T-shirt will be at the finish line.

Do you have a bag drop Facility?

Yes, collection at the start line and collection at the finish line.

Where do the races start and finish?

The start and finish of the 100K ultra marathon is shown on the 10K loop map below.

What time does the race start?

6:00 am

What is the cost?

€70 per participant

What are the cut off times?

The Following Cut off Times will be in place :

  • Causeway: 4hrs - 28K
  • Ballyheigue: 8hrs - 52K
  • Fenit: 12 hrs - 80K
  • Tralee, Finish, Ashe Hall: 15hrs - 100K

These cut off times will be strictly enforced. If you fail to meet a cut off time you will be informed you have been disqualified from the event. If you insist on continuing you will no longer come under the event insurance and will not receive a finishing time, medal or top. 

Is a crew required?

A crew is not compulsory, but we do recommend you have one, especially if you are a novice ultra runner.

There will be drop bag zones approximately every 20K where participants can have their own supplies dropped. Please give your supplies to the Race Director at the start line. There will also be a mobile aid station on route. 

100K Ultra Marathon Course Map

Rules & Regulations

All rules have been established in order to protect the safety of our participant's.Your cooperation is greatly appreciated in helping everyone to enjoy race day.

  1. Entry fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.
  2. Headphones are not permitted on the course for reasons of health & safety, both yours and other competitors. When you wear such a device you are unable to hear other competitors, cars, bicycles or stewards instructions.
  3. There are no road closures normal rules of the road apply, runners are requested to wear a High Viz vest, please follow any instructions from the stewards and Gardaí.
  4. Please be courteous to other road and pavement users.
  5. If you have to drop out, you should contact the race director.
  6. Event officials reserve the right, to modify, supplement or waive all or part of the event rules and decisions of the race director are final in all matters.
  7. Water and refreshments may be available around the course but overall runners and their crew are responsible for catering to their own needs.
  8. This is a Leave No Trace event please dispose of litter properly.
  9. If a runner is requested to retire from the event by medical staff they must do so.