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How do you survive three races in three days?Hear from 2018 and 2019 men's festival winner and multiple Isle of Man record holder Ollie Lockley (Lockley Performance) as he shares his festival top tips! #iomeasterfestivalFind out more > easterfestival.info/ ... See MoreSee Less
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The infamous Peel Hill race is the second race of the festival weekend. Taking place in the west of the island, the short 4-mile course makes for some great battles between athletes.Here are some highlights from 2018 and 2019 ⬇️ ... See MoreSee Less
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📣 COMPETITION TIME 📣 In honour of the Isle of Man Easter Festival of Running returning in 2022, we are giving away a full festival entry package to one lucky individual! (worth up to £42)To enter:1. Make sure you are following us2. Like this post3. Tag two friendsOne entry per person. Entries will be accepted on both Facebook and Instagram and will close on Friday 21 January at 23:59pm. A winner will be announced the next day! 🇮🇲#isleofmaneasterfestival #iomeasterfest #competitiontime #visitiom ... See MoreSee Less
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All aboard! 🚂Scenes from the 2018 Peel Hill race. How many different club vests can you spot? #iomeasterfest #visitiom ... See MoreSee Less
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Festival Champions | Both local and visiting athletes have taken the top spot in women's event in recent years. With Rachael Franklin winning in 2018 and 2019, can she make it three in a row in 2022?Find out more and enter here > easterfestival.info/ ... See MoreSee Less
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10k Road Race

Good Friday sees the start of the festival with a 10km road race starting at 6.30pm. Men and women run together although there are, of course, separate prizes for the women. There are also team prizes to be won and awards for the leading veterans and juniors.

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Peel Hill Race

On Saturday afternoon, action moves to Peel a fishing village on the west of the island, about 11 miles from Douglas.The race starts and finishes near the quayside at the House of Manannan with start times of 14.15hrs(men) and 15.05hrs (women).

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5km Races

Sunday morning concludes the running with a 5km road race on an out and back course along Douglas Promenade.

Ladies race starts at 10.30hrs and the Men’s at 11.15am.

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