Sponsors

The Women's Mini Marathon Limited are delighted to have such wonderful support from the sponsors of this event. We have been blessed for over 30 years to have the support of businesses to help us host this event and make it the best event possible.

We would like to thank our sponsors for their collaboration on this event and look forward to successful Women's Mini Marathons in the future. List of sponsors below.

Title Sponsor – Vhi Healthcare

Vhi Healthcare, Ireland’s leading health insurer, is title sponsor to the Women’s Mini Marathon. Vhi Healthcare has a proven track record in promoting wellness and pro-active, healthy lifestyles.  For more information go to www.vhi.ie

Sportswear Sponsor – Intersport Elverys

Intersport Elverys are the official sportswear sponsor of the event with their Body Logic range. Intersport Elverys are the oldest sports stores in Ireland and 100% Irish owned. Intersport Elveryst are big supporters of sporting events and a proud sponsor of the Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon. For further information on this sponsor go to www.elverys.ie

Car Sponsor – Nissan Ireland

Upon entry into this year’s Women’s Mini Marathon event, each and every participant (who registers by 1st April 2017) is in with a chance to win the brand new Nissan Micra with it’s stunning new design and un-paralleled driver and passenger safety. Our car sponsor Nissan Ireland also host a number of events prior to the race day. For further information on this sponsor and their activities in the build up to the big race day, visit them at www.facebook.com/NissanIreland

 

Online Fundraising Partner - everydayhero.com

everydayhero is Ireland’s leading peer-to-peer fundraising platform. By participating in the Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon you’ll get your own free, personalised, online fundraising page, where you can set goals and share regular updates with your networks directly through Facebook, Twitter, email and map their training through our integration with MapMyFitness and Strava.
 
It’s simple to use on both desktop and phone and makes it easy to share your fundraising journey for the Women’s Mini Marathon to family and friends for the charity and cause you care about.

To create your Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon Fundraising page for your charity click here -  https://vhi-women-s-mini-marathon-2017.everydayhero.com/ie/get-started

 

Press Partner – The Herald

Each year The Herald host a special space in the features pages dedicated to this event for 14 weeks. Check out The Herald every Wednesday for hints and tips for the event. The Herald also hosts the entry form for those who wish to enter by post every Wednesday and Saturday from 1st March and a full Results Supplement the day following Mini Marathon Day. For more information on The Herald go to www.herald.ie

Radio Partner – TodayFM

Today FM is delighted to partner with Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon for the second year running (literally!). The thousands of amazing women taking part make the event what it is – fun, inclusive and a real sense of achievement. Team Today FM is dusting off the runners again in 2017 and we’re looking forward to meeting the women involved this year and hearing their inspiring, funny and motivating stories. Everyone has their own reason for getting involved but the one thing we all have in common is that feeling when you cross the finish line, there’s nothing quite like it. Stay tuned to Today FM, listen live on www.todayfm.com and follow us on Facebook for all our event updates.

Support – Irish Chartered Physiotherapists


The Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists are proud supporters of the 2017 Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon. Chartered Physiotherapists are extensively trained in the most up to date physiotherapeutic treatments but place equal emphasis on prehabilitation and the prevention of injury and dysfunction.  Whether your goal is to walk, jog or run this year’s Vhi Women’s Mini Marathon your Chartered Physiotherapist can get you on the road to success, injury free! You can read more about the ISCP at www.iscp.ie or find your local Chartered Physiotherapist at www.findaphysio.ie.