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The Bray 10km Cliff Run takes place on March 31st and is a great reason to continue training during the dark winter evenings. If you haven’t signed up for the run yet and would like to, entry is open online until March 30th.
This course will run from Greystones beach to the Bray Promenade. It makes its way across the coastal path around Bray Head allowing for a run free from road traffic and the opportunity to see the wonderful views of Dublin Bay. The Bray 10km Cliff Run acts as the perfect terrain for those participating in their first ever 10km race as you will be running on a mixture of beaches, sealed paths and uneven trails. Unlike running on tarmac, a varied terrain is not as hard or demanding on the body’s joints especially the knees.
In the final weeks coming up to the cliff run, make sure that you stay committed to your training schedule regardless of the weather. With busy life schedules, it can often be hard to fit all those training sessions in but it will always be worth it in the long run.
If you are taking part in the Bray Cliff Run on March 31st and experience a few niggles of pain in the days after the event, our physiotherapists at Ballsbridge Physiotherapy Clinic are trained in treating many running related injuries. If you would like to book an appointment with our clinic, contact us here.