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Be Part of the Giro Big Start - Be an official Giro Marshal

07/05/2014
Be Part of the Giro Big Start - Be an official Giro Marshal

Do you want to get up close and personal with the Giro peloton? Be part of the Big Start and sign up to be an official Giro Marshal for the Republic of Ireland Leg of Stage 3.

GATHERING HUBS FOR MARSHALS:

CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL, Dundalk - be there for 9am on Sunday 11th May to sign in and collect uniform

CITY NORTH HOTEL, Julienstown, Meath - be there for 9am on Sunday 11th  May to sign in and collect uniform

FINGAL COUNTY COUNCIL BUILDING, Swords, Co. Dublin - be there for 9am on Sunday 11th May to sign in and collect uniform (note this is for all Dublin Marshals).

 

If you are interested in being part of the Giro and volunteering to be a Marshal,
 please complete this form.

The Giro d’Italia is a three week international stage race taking place in May, and this year Ireland has been selected as the host for the Grande Partenza, or the Big Start, which will take place from the 9-11th May. Two stages will be held in Northern Ireland, and the third stage starts in Armagh, before travelling through Louth, Meath and Dublin, finishing up in Merrion Square in Dublin City. With over half a million spectators anticipated, this is a real opportunity for you to be at the heart of the action, acting as an official Giro marshal along the route.

Cycling Ireland is coordinating the marshals for final leg of the Giro journey, and will be offering marshal training and information to marshals over the coming weeks. Once trained up these marshals will receive an official endorsement on their licence from 2015, and will be able to avail of opportunities to marshal at other key events, like the European Marathon MTB Championships in June.


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