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The time has come again, the MoRun Dublin is back!

The time has come again, the MoRun Dublin is back!

17Oct

This November MoRun Dublin is back and bigger than ever. The purpose of the MoRun is to raise awareness and funds for Men’s Health through supporting the charity Movember Foundation. The charity aims to tackle men’s health on a global scale and their ultimate goal is to stop men dying too young. The also aim to raise awareness on prostate and testicular cancer and mental health and suicide prevention.

This Year’s MoRun

This year is extra special as there is an additional Mini MoRun at 1.5km for kids (3-12 year olds, children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult on the course) to get involved. The standard 5k and 10k runs are also available. This is a family event and everyone is encourage to get dressed up in fancy dress or even run with a funny moustache.

The MoRun Dublin takes place in Phoenix Park on Saturday the 4th of November. Timings of runs are: Mini MoRun- 9.30am, 5k MoRun- 10.00am, 10k MoRun- 10.10am. Check out the MoRun website for course details, fundraising information and additional details. Also there is other MoRuns available in different cities such as Belfast, Brighton, Manchester, Glasgow and many more. Check out the website for more details on other run locations.

MoRunners

MoRunners will receive a goody bag of race timing chip, a race medal, MoRunning headband, training plans, vouchers and Volvic refreshments. Mini MoRunners also receive a goody bag with a t-shirt, headband, medal and a Yazoo drink.

This is a great event with plenty of support, laughs and fun for you are your family to get involved in. Race entry closes on the 31st of October, so don’t miss out. Check out the video below to get you excited for this year’s event.

Should you need guidance on running, injury prevention or help with a current running injury, please contact the clinic today to arrange an appointment with one of our chartered physiotherapists.

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