Northern Ireland RRT Supports Causeway Coast

Rapid Relief Teams from Warrenpoint and Londonderry in Northern Ireland were honoured to provide assistance at one of the most scenic charity marathons in the world.

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On the 27th October the North-West RRT based in Londonderry and the South-Down RRT based in Warrenpoint, joined forces to provide assistance and refreshments for those making a huge sacrifice for charity in this fabulous event.


Every year over a thousand enthusiastic runners set to the rugged terrain of the Causeway Coast in the name of charity. The Causeway Coast Marathon is one of Ireland’s biggest running events that raises money for many different charities and causes throughout UK and Ireland.

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35 thoughts on “Northern Ireland RRT Supports Causeway Coast”

  1. Auntique says:

    A fantastic job done by all of you. That looks like a grueling climb that I would walk up but definitely not run! One question though – are there usually bovine competitors in Irish marathons? Or was that their annual trip to the beach?
    Great work – keep smiling and adding sunshine to others lives!

  2. gordon says:

    Wally says

    Well done everybody

    Excellent Paddy’s Day!

  3. J2 says:

    Well done to the runners too! Great work for a great cause.

  4. J2 says:

    Well done RRT! Awesome work.
    Yea- what’s wrong with the Irish? They have the best accents πŸ™‚ And they’ve done fantastic work here. Good on you guys.

  5. Klo says:

    Really lucky

  6. A45 says:

    Go for it Scott and Charlotte…of course it beautiful scenery…its Ireland with their ’40 shades of green’

  7. SlimHippo says:

    Very good video – what a beautiful part of Ireland- lucky runners! And we’ll done again RRT – always there when needed! πŸ™‚ nice smile too Aileen!!!

  8. noname says:

    awesome!!!! great video, explains the lot!! rrt seemed to be everywhere, gr8 work guys!!!!

  9. arthur boyt says:

    Did any of you actually run the marathon and how much did you raise for charity?

    1. Granny says:

      I would have thought that providing well-organized free support services would be a great contribution to the amount raised for charity by those who were actually running. This is what the RRT are about – their services are free, either in times of emergency, or as support teams at this type of event. The runners train to run and the RRT train to do what they do.

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  11. Harvey Mac says:

    Well done Reuben Quinn – shame you were omitted from the list!!!

    Great work also from Patrick Auld and Reuben White! No lack of industry, dedication and hard work from that quarter!!!!!

  12. Joe Bloggs sis says:

    GO RRT!
    we need more of this in Ireland, working in a team, everyone ENTHUSIASTIC etc!

    well done.
    see u’s next time with 26 extreme.

  13. ☺☺ says:

    great stuff RRT, awesome work!!

  14. Goov says:

    Well done Guys and Girls! Looks a very well run event and great support for the charitys involved.

  15. Charlotte says:

    GO RRT Ireland!! I see Londonderry represented by the Honourable David White – no lack of energy (or laughter!) from that quarter!!

  16. John says:

    great job!!-well done

  17. Scout says:

    Amaaazing work!! πŸ™‚

  18. :):) says:

    awesome work RRT..keep it up:):)

  19. Lydia & Ryanna Smith says:

    This looks a great event to get involved in – excellent video clip – well done RRT Ireland!

  20. DC says:

    Awesome video but did anyone else notice…..being Ireland, they appeared to start at the ‘Finish’ and finish at the ‘Start’…!!

    1. Paddy says:

      What’s wrong with that??

    2. irishyourself? says:

      Yeah, it does look that way…but if you think about it, from the side that they run past the barrier it is actually correct… They start from the start side and run through the finish side to finish – if that makes sense… It is correct, even though it doesn’t really look like it. πŸ˜€

    3. Och Aye says:

      Yup, noticed that…but it’s pretty epic stuff that you’re doing. Well done! …Congrats lads and lassies!

    4. DB says:

      DB-DC – Maybe you would like pictures of the back of runners to help you work out where start and finish actually is………and see it is actually correct……..

    5. Charlotte says:

      Yes, I did notice – it’s not a bad marathon route though, I think you’d agree!

    6. meee says:

      yeah I did notice the starting at the ‘finish’ and finishing at the ‘start’ – was confused for a sec!!!
      rather cool vid πŸ™‚ can I see Scott Humphris in there somewhere? πŸ™‚

    7. Leprechaun says:

      How dare u question the irish Mr DC??
      its clear you are not irish!! but u must admit they did
      a brilliant job so keep going RRT:)

    8. I'm local says:

      er…if it helps, I think the video was done by an Englishman! πŸ˜€

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