Regeneron Great Limerick Run

The Regeneron Great Limerick Run is the biggest mass participation sporting event outside Dublin.

It is about encouraging individuals to compete and achieve their personal goals.

The inclusiveness of the event with three separate races has captured the attention of people across all social and demographic backgrounds. From the young to senior citizens, competitive athletes to occasional runners or walkers our team will help you cross the finish line.

The Regeneron Great Limerick Run is now the fastest growing participatory event in Ireland with over 14,000 race entrants registered in 2019. According to an economic and social impact report commissioned by Limerick City Council, 49% of respondents stated that the event was the main reason they started physical exercise.

Volunteers! We need You!

Help cheer on, fuel, and support our participants while also being an integral part of the amazing atmosphere!

Children’s Run For Fun 2024: We need general race stewards to support our participants in UL, Castletroy. (Age: 16+)

Regeneron Great Limerick Run 2024: We have 3 different positions:
– Water Station Attendant (Age:16+)
– Finish Area Support Team (Age:16+)
– General Course Steward (Age 21+)

All our Race Day Volunteers will be required to attend one of our training sessions. These will take place between one and two weeks before the scheduled races.

To register you interest or find out more about volunteering, email: 

Limerick City

Limerick is Ireland’s third largest City and is the hub of social, cultural, and economic activity in the Mid West. Located on the banks of the majestic river Shannon it is easily accessible by motorway, intercity rail, and air. The City is recognised as the sporting capital of Ireland and received the title of European City of Sport in 2011 and National City of Culture in 2014.

A medieval City with a rich Georgian heritage and large ethnic population has delivered a real international dimension and the Government has designated the City as the first national ‘City of Culture’ in 2014.

Limerick has successfully combined its ancient history with its youthful population to deliver a thriving bustling night life in the many cafes and bars that are scattered throughout the City. With a host of cultural and recreational attractions including castles,museums,art galleries,theatre, and a range of sporting stadiums the City is a must visit tourism destination.