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  1. Tri the Hook Sprint Triathlon

    The Hook, Wexford

    The scenic Hook Peninsula in South East Ireland will host the fifth annual Tri the Hook Sprint Triathlon this August. A great competitor and spectator sport of national standing Read more

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  2. The Sean Kelly Tour of Waterford

    Dungarvan, Waterford

    Be part of the Sean Kelly Tour of Waterford and help celebrate the event's 10th birthday by taking part in either the 12km, 50km, 100km or 160km event. Read more

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  3. Nire Valley Autumn Walking Festival

    Ballymacarby, Waterford

    A walking festival in the Comeragh Mountains offering a range of walks over the weekend to suite all abilities and interests. Walks are led by local guides giving the festival a special feeling of community. Read more

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  4. Tramore August Racing Festival

    Tramore, Waterford

    A fun-filled, four day festival with thrilling racing, live music, style competitions and family entertainment with something on offer for everyone. Read more

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  5. RNLI 22nd Helvick Swim & BBQ

    Dungarvan, Waterford

    This family fun fiesta is the main fundraising for Helvick Lifeboat Station. Come along for an afternoon of tasty treats & BBQ, RNLI merchandise, King & Queen of Helvick competitions, face painting, dog... Read more

  6. Camphire International Horse Trials and Country Fair

    Cappoquin, Waterford

    International horse trials and festival with top-class equestrian, dressage, show jumping and cross country. Family fun, activities, food and more! Read more

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  7. Leinster Open Sea Races Summer Weekend Series

    Curracloe, Wexford

    A calendar of sea swims which run every weekend from June to September Read more

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  8. An Post Rás na mBan

    Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

    An Post Rás na mBan is the top Irish international stage cycle race for women. Riders from 14 nations compete in six separate stages over five days for the title in Ireland's premier women's cycle race. Read more

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