Run and Ride for Pieta - Week 6!

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The final week has arrived, this weekend our challengers all around the country will take on their final challenge! 

Starter Challengers are going to tackle a Sprint Distance Duathlon! In one session they will run 5km, ride 20km then run 2.5km. 

There's a big day ahead for our Expert Challengers...they have a Middle Distance Duathlon to do! Starting with a 20km run, then an 80km bike and finishing with a 10km run. 

A reminder to all participants this week to adhere to the rules of the road and Government Covid-19 Guidelines at all times. You can view the Rules & Advice for the challenge here.

The very best of luck to everyone, stay safe, have a great time and don't forget to tag us in all of your posts so that we can virtually cheer you on!

Run and Ride for Pieta - Week 6 Challenges

Bryan McCrystal Shares His Advice on this Week's Challenges

Irish IRONMAN record holder Bryan McCrystal has some words of advice for all the participants taking on the challenge!

Week 5 Results

Well done to everyone completing Week 5!

Remember, if you didn't manage to complete your challenge last week - no sweat - we've extended the deadline for all challenges to July 26th so you can always head back and tackle the activities you've missed.

Check out the current standings for the Week 5 Starter Challenge here  (Zwift Edition Here)

And you can find all the Week 5 Expert Challenge results here (Zwift Edition Here)

Remember - If you've had any trouble uploading your results - or have questions on how to enter a specific challenge, just drop us an email.

WATCH: Athy Triathlon Club's Karen & Shane Kavanagh share their #RunAndRide4Pieta on Off the Ball!


Thanks to everybody who has donated to the Run and Ride JustGiving page - we are over the €3,500 mark now!

100pc of this will go to Pieta House, Triathlon Ireland's and BMW Ireland's official charity partner.

If you haven't signed up to fundraise yet, or if you forgot to donate when registering - head to the JustGiving page - it only takes a minute and could help save a life.