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Crosshaven 5k and 10k Road Races 2019

Sunday 10 March 2019, 11:30

Location DistanceTypeChampionshipPermitMeasured
Crosshaven 5k & 10k Road No Yes John Quigley

Crosshaven 5k and 10k Road Races


11:30am, Sunday March 10th 2019


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These races take place on SUNDAY 10th March 2019!

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Parking & Key Locations

There will be ample parking facilities for athletes taking part. Stewards will be on duty on the approach to the village, to direct patrons to various designated parking sites.

crosshaven 10k key locations

Race Timing

The event will be chip timed

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Tea/Coffee/water and sandwiches will be available afterwards to all athletes


For anyone who is not taking part in the race, there is still plenty to do in Crosshaven. Crosshaven is a fantastic backdrop for the event, and the natural layout of the village lends itself to creating a unique and enjoyable atmosphere. A vantage point near the village square guarantees that you will see all the athletes. There will be a DJ at the Start/Finish line to help lift the atmosphere and create excitement for the athletes.


The Courses

Both the 5Km (19:37 start) and 10Km (19:30 start) races start and finish outside Centra, in the Village Square. Athletes go around the roundabout, and out through the village, on to the Carrigaline Road. Athletes continue on this road, passing the RNLI Lifeboat Station, as well as the famous Royal Cork Yacht Club for a little under 2.5km, until they reach the turning point for the 5Km.

The turning point for the 10Km race is near to O'Leary's Cross - French Furze.

Both races turn back onto themselves, allowing the athletes a straight run back to the finish line, outside Centra, in the village.


Crosshaven 10k Road Race Course Route Map


Crosshaven 10k Road Race Course Elevation Profile

Crosshaven 5k


Crosshaven 5k Road Race Course Route Map



Crosshaven 5k Road Race Course Elevation Profile


Start / Finish

The race Start and Finish lines are in-line with the lamppost immediately east of Crosshaven Centra Supermarket


Crosshaven 5k 10k Start Finish



Crosshaven 5k 10k 1k D



Crosshaven 5k 10k 2k B


2.5k - The turning Point in the 5k

The half-way mark in the 5k is just before Drake's Pool

Crosshaven 5k 10k 2 5k A

Crosshaven 5k 10k 2 5k B
View after the 5k turn



The 3k Mark is on the Carrigaline side of Drake's Pool bend

Crosshaven 5k 10k 3k D


The 4k mark is by the old railway stop on the walkway

Crosshaven 5k 10k 4k C



The turnaround point - the 5k mark - approx 80m on the Crosshaven side of teh turn-off for Fountainstown, at French Furze. The junction can be seen in the distance, in the photo

Crosshaven 5k 10k 5k A

Crosshaven 5k 10k 5k B

View back towards Crosshaven, as seen from the Turning Point



Adjacent to the old Railway Stop

Crosshaven 5k 10k 4k D



On the Carrigaline side of Drake's Pool bend

Crosshaven 5k 10k 3k C


7.5k - The 5k Turning Point

Crosshaven 5k 10k 2 5k B



Crosshaven 5k 10k 2k B



Crosshaven 5k 10k 1k C


The Finish

Crosshaven 5k 10k Start Finish



About Us

Cork Athletics County Board is a constituent member of Athletics Ireland. Cork Athletics is the governing body, administering athletics, track and field (T&F), cross-country (XC) and running in county Cork. The Board comprises elected representatives of constituent athletic clubs and running clubs. Cork County Board AAI organises Championship races and competition, including road, track & field (T&F) and Cross-country (XC), at junior, juvenile, senior and masters levels, and selects representation for the county. In addition, training and education is provided for coaches and officials. The Board also regulates the Athletics Ireland race/event permit (licence) process for county Cork.
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