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2019 Remembrance Run opens for registration

Registration is now open for the 2019 Remembrance Run 5k – which takes place in the Phoenix Park on Sunday, November 10.
This will be the eighth annual Remembrance Run, which, last year, attracted a record number of more than 5,000 entrants. It is an event with its own special atmosphere that includes choirs, music, song, commentary, and a special Wall of Remembrance. All finishers will receive a souvenir and goodie bag.
Frank Greally, founder of the event, in association with Athletics Ireland, said: “It was the passing of the legendary sports writer, Con Houlihan, that inspired me to set up this this special event. Con was a dear friend and mentor and his columns on sport and literature in the Evening Press earned him a huge following over many years.
“And it was Fr Brian D'Arcy who inspired me to write the Remembrance Run song when I heard him say at another great friend's funeral, the late and famous RTÉ sports broadcaster, Jimmy Magee: 'As long as Jimmy is remembered, he will never die.'
The Remembrance Run provides a unique opportunity to reflect and remember family, friends or work colleagues who have died, or others close to us who may be struggling with illness or other life challenges.
If you would like to share a special memory, or name of a loved one, on the online Remembrance Wall, you can do so by emailing: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Further information and updates relating to the event can be found at remembrancerun.ie and on the Remembrance Run Facebook page.

Registration information

Individual entry: €20 (plus processing fee)
Family entry: €50 (plus processing fee) – the family ticket is open to either two adults + two children or one adult + three children.
Maximum two adults.
Register HERE


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