Frequently Asked Questions

No. This year we are manually timing the event and have a dedicated team in place to make sure that all times are captured accurately and that results are posted on our website and on on the afternoon of the event. In previous years the Hurley-Hoey has been a Chip timed event but based on feedback from participants and with a view to maximising the monies that we are giving to our charities, we are manually timing the event this time around.

There will be two water stops on the route. The first water stop will be approaching the 4km marker and the second water stop will be approaching the 7km marker.

The Race Number can be picked up at St. Joseph's Doora Barefield Ground in Gurteen on either Friday 10th of March from 6.00 - 8.00pm or Saturday 11th of March from 09:00 am to 10:30am.

There are three methods by which you can register:
(a)    Via the Primo Events Ireland Website
(b)    By completing the manual Registration form available on the Homepage and returning it to the address provided.
(c)    In person at St. Joseph’s GAA Club in Gurteen from 18:00 - 20:00 on Friday March 10th or from 09:00 - 10:30 on Saturday 11th of March. 

All monies raised from the event will go to The Alzheimer Association of Clare and The Clare Suicide Bereavement Support Group.

We have nine teams set up to manage various aspects of the event e.g. stewarding, water stops, parking, finish line, refreshments etc. We already have leads in place for all 9 teams and they are in the process of gathering their respective teams. We can assign you to one of these teams if you contact us via the ‘Contact’ link on this site or in the case of locals by giving your name and telephone number to any member of the organising committee or indeed any of the leads.

It is possible to give to the event via the ‘Donate’ button on the homepage or sponsorship cards by procured by sending a message via the ‘Contact’ Link on this site.

Yes. The race is fully AAI approved via Ennis Track Club.