Cork County Athletics Board
Athletic Association of Ireland
Updated July 29th 2014
Event Permits: Four (4) months notice is required for all event permits. From Sep 1st 2014, NO further permits will be granted for 2014.
Track & Field Dates - See below for fuller list
John Buckley Sports Graded T&F League (June 27, July 10 & 28)
Location of nearest Defibrillator in CIT Track – please share this information
Cork AAI County Results
National AAI Results www.athleticsireland.ie
Any who wants to join the county email list is asked to email email@example.com with their name, club and email address.
Upcoming AAI Events:
All athletic Fixtures require an AAI licence/permit - Permits should to be applied for at least 4 months in advance of the event, and require approval by the County Board.
Please ensure that events you participate in have a valid AAI Permit.
(Updated July 23rd)
Fixtures page (updated 29th Jul 2014)
Download July-Aug Fixtures (PDF File)
Upcoming AAI Registered Events:
Mon 28th Jul, 19:30, Cork AAI T&F League - Round 6
Thurs 31st July, 20:00, Conna 5k
Fri 1st Aug, 19:30, Kinsale Regatta 5M
Mon 4th Aug, 13:00, Rising Sun Open Sports
For more fixtures see
Corkbeg 4, Cork AAI County Senior T&F Chps, Ballinascarthy 10k, Rd 5 Graded Leagues, Youghal 4, Bere Island Midsummer 5k, Bere Island Midsummer 10k, Fit Magazine 10k, Fit Magazine 5k, Streets of Fermoy 5k, Carrigtwohill 5k, Donoughmore 7, Keith Whyte Ultramaraton, Keith Whyte Half-Ultramarathon, Keith Whyte Marathon, Keith Whyte 10k, Banteer Show 5k, Churchtown South 5, Shannonvale 10k, Rebel Run4Fun., Round 6 - John Buckley Graded T&F Leagues
Cork City Marathon, Cork City Youth Marathon, Cork City Marathon Relay, Cork City Half-Marathon, Belle of Ballincollig 5k, East Ferry 5M, Streets of Fermoy 5k, Glanmire 4, Coolagown 5k, Ballyclough Harbour Festival 5k, Clonpriest 5k, Shanagarry 5, Willie Neenan Memorial 10k (Millstreet), Round 4 - John Buckley Graded T&F Leagues
Location of nearest Defibrillator in CIT Track – please share this information
9th May - South Munster Schools T&F Chps, CIT - Day 1 - RESULTS
11th May - Cork County Juvenile T&F Chps, CIT - Day 2 - Results
12th May - South Munster Schools T&F Chps, CIT - Day 2 RESULTS
17th May - Munster Schools T&F Chps, CIT - Timetable
18th May - Co Masters T&F Chps, CIT - Results
18th May - AAI National T&F Leagues - Round 1
7th Jun - Munster Juvenile U/9 to U/13 T&F Chps - Day 1, Ennis
8th Jun - Munster Juvenile U/9 to U/13 T&F Chps - Day 2, Ennis
14th Jun - Munster Jun, Juv, Senior & Masters Inter-Club Relay Chps, CIT
15th Jun - Munster Juv, Jun, U-23, Senior & Masters T&F Chps, CIT
19th Jun - Cork AAI County Junior T&F Chps, CIT Results
22nd Jun - AAI National T&F Leagues - Round 2
28th Jun - AAI Munster Juvenile U/14 to U/19 Track & Field Chps, CIT
29th Jun - AAI Munster Juvenile U/14 to U/19 Track & Field Chps, CIT
03rd Jul - Cork AAI Co Senior T&F Chps, CIT Results
06th Jul - AAI Juvenile & Under 23 T&F Chps, CIT
08th Jul - 62nd Cork City Sports - Programme
10th Jul - John Buckley Sports Graded T&F League Round 5, CIT
10th Aug - AAI National Masters T&F Chps, Tullamore
June 22 – County Senior T&F
This event will be held on Thursday July 3rd in the CIT starting @ 6.30pm. closing date for entries is Monday June 30th. Hurdles/Steeplechase/Triple Jump/Pole Vault/Walks are not included in the programme but can be added if requested before the closing date – email firstname.lastname@example.org. Entry fee is €5 per athlete before the closing date, €10 per athlete on the day of competition.
June 12 - Juvenile PRO Reports
June 10 – County Junior T&F
This event will be held on Thursday June 19th in the CIT starting @ 6.30pm. closing date for entries is Monday June 16th. Hurdles/Steeplechase/Triple Jump/Pole Vault/Walks are not included in the programme but can be added if requested before the closing date – email email@example.com. Entry fee is €5 per athlete before the closing date, €10 per athlete on the day of competition.
May 18th, Sun - County Masters T&F Chps - Results
May 15 – Juvenile T&F
Juvenile T&F - Relays (11am) & County 'B' Chps (1pm): Programme
May 15 – Juvenile T&F Results
May 5 – County Masters T&F
April 28 – Upcoming Juvenile T&F Events
Sun 11th ----Day 2 County Juvenile Championships @ 10am in CIT Programme
Sun 18th ----Courceys Annual Sports @ 1pm in Ballinspittle GAA pitch programme
Sun 25th ----County“B” Championships (1pm) and relays (11am), in CIT (entry forms will appear shortly on Homepage)
Wed 25th ---Riverstick-Kinsale AC 50th Annual Open Sports @ 6pm in Riverstick GAA pitch (Programme to follow)
Courceys Athletic Club hold their annual Open Sports on Sunday May 18th @ 1pm in Ballinspittle GAA. As always there is a great programme of events with sprints, middle distance, throws, long jump and relays. A great day of sport is in prospect! programme
April 21 – County Juvenile T&F Championships
Juvenile T&F Entry Forms : Closing date – extended to Friday April 25th
Juveniles U9 to U19 (excel 97, 2 tabs)
April 11 – Cork Athletes Impress in Athlone
All Ireland Juvenile Indoor Championships in Athlone
Cork Juvenile Athletes performed very well at the National Indoor Championships winning a total of 36 National medals with notable double titles for Louise Shanahan Leevale AC winning the girls u18 400m & 800m. Grace Mc Kenzie Belgooly AC winning the girls u19 high jump & long jump. Sam Healy Leevale AC was successful in winning the boys u19 hurdles and long jump
Girl’s u12—Hollie Mc Carthy Liscarroll AC took bronze in the 60m. In the shot Megan Lenihan North Cork AC won the title
Girls u13—Ciara Sheehan Liscarroll AC emerged as champion in the shot
Girls u14—Kaithlyn Coffey Leevale AC was the bronze medal winner in the 800m
Girls u15—Vickie Cusack Liscarroll AC was third in the shot
Girls u17-- Erin Kingston Bandon AC took silver in the shot
Girls u18--Maeve Ahern Carrig na Bhfearr AC was third in the 1500m. Louise Shanahan Leevale AC had a tremendous double in the 400m & 800m.
Girls u19—Along with winning the high jump and high jump Grace Mc Kenzie Belgooly AC narrowly missed out on the hat-trick of titles with a close second in the 60m hurdles. In the girls u19 walk Jodie Cusack Liscarroll AC took the bronze and in the 400m Jayne Pennefeather Leevale AC was third.Aideen Hallahan Midleton AC was a good winner of the u19 shot and Fiona Duggan Bandon AC was third.
Boys u13—There was a 1-2 for Cork Juveniles in the hurdles with Daniel Hurley Old Abbey AC the champion from Wymin Sivakumar Leevale AC second. In the 600m Eoin Redmond Riverstick-Kinsale AC took the silver. In the high Jump Robert Dillon Midleton AC was the winner with Diarmuid O Connor Old Abbey AC in third. Daniel Hurley also picked up bronze in the 60m with Robert Dillon third in the long jump.
Boys u14—Conor Morey Leevale AC was the winner of the 60m title
Boys u15—There was a bronze medal for Robert Cregan Leevale AC in the 60m
Boys u17—Jack Murphy Leevale AC won gold in the hurdles. Tom Deasy Belgooly AC took silver in in the long jump and bronze in the high jump.
Boys u18—A bronze medal for Scott Gibson Bandon AC in the 400m. There was silver for Luke Horgan Leevale AC and bronze for Garry O Sullivan West Muskerry AC in the 1500m.
Boys u19—Gold for Sam Healy Leevale AC in the long jump and hurdles and capped off a good weekend with silver in the high jump. David Cussen Old Abbey AC won the high jump and silver in the long jump. Bronze for Fintan O Shaughnessy Bandon AC in the long jump. There was a silver medal for Cian Greene Youghal AC in the 60m.
Well done to all who competed and results can be found on www.athleticsireland.ie
All Ireland Juvenile relays on 29th March in Athlone
There was good competition and further success for our Cork Juveniles at the All Ireland Indoor relay Championships in Athlone recently. It proved to be a good weekend for Leevale AC taking two titles, two silver and three bronze. The leevale boy’s u17 4x200m team set a new championship record on their way to gold. Well done to all who competed and full results can be seen on www.athleticsireland.ie
April 10 – Shot Workshop
Youghal AC are hosting an East Cork Club Shot Putt Workshop on 23rd April 2014 from 7-9pm at our Training Grounds Tower Park, Youghal.
Finbarr Mc Carthy (Fanahan McSweeney AC) will lead the coaching session which will accommodate all abilities. Cost is E5 per child to help defray costs.
Looking forward to seeing you on the night.
Any queries please contact me on 087-9030751.
Sharon O’Mahoney (Sec)
April 10 – South Munster Schools T&F 2014
The 2014 South Munster
Schools track and field championships take place at Cork IT track on Friday 9th May and Monday
12th May. Please find
attached information regarding the event, entry forms (in one Excel file for
all age groups in separate worksheets) and a timetable for both days (in one
Excel file for both days in separate worksheets).
You might take particular note of the following:
1. Entries may be posted as usual with entry fees or emailed using the forms provided and payment can be make at registration on the 9th May (Day 1)
2. Please adhere to the closing date of Tuesday May 6th for entries.
3. Entry fees are a once off payment. There are no more entry fees for Munster or Irish qualifers.
4. Only schools affiliated for the current school year may enter competitors. Entries are only accepted from the relevant school authorized person.
5. The change in weights for Junior/Intermediate girls shot, javelin and hammer.
6. The inclusion of a 1500m steeplechase for Senior Girls.
7. The earlier than usual start times of 11am on the 9th May and 10:30 on the 12th May
Finally it is hoped to produce a helpers list shortly after the Easter holidays where schools can be more proactive in the organization of the event by appointing 2 or more competent Transition Year students to assist in judging, recording, measuring, administration or even adjusting hurdles. In particular schools who are regular attenders at this event normally with a good number of competitors would be expected to help out in this way.
Once entries start to come in I'll be in contact with schools looking for a list of helpers' names and then assign these to specific duties by agreement.
(Secretary South Munster Schools Athletic Association)
April 7 – Coolagown 5K
The Coolagown 5K Road Race will take place on June 12th. The reace begins @ 8pm and will be preceded by a walk @ 6.30pm. The event is being hosted hy St Nicholas Athletics Club in Coolagown.
April 7 – Notes of Upcoming County Juvenile T&F Championships
Entry forms to follow
April 1 - IRISH ATHLETES AND THE OLYMPIC GAMES, STOCKHOLM 1912 by Colm Murphy [ex Cork athletics 70s/80s]
Saturday, May 3rd at Bandon Bookshop [Gerry Fitzgerald – Bandon Books] at 2pm [after the road race!].
430 pages, softback, heavily illustrated. Much new information and data with previously unpublished pictures. Focus and emphasis is on Irish based athletes although American based - including the Whales – included. Cork athletes such as Bill Bennett, Bob Hales, Michael Dineen etc included.
Cost of book is 15 euro.
The book is available via post at 18e [cheques payable to ‘C Murphy’ at 92 Rochester Avenue, Rochester, KENT ME1 2DR, England].
March 28 – Dates for the John Buckley Sports Graded T&F League Confirmed.
The very successful John Buckley Sports Graded T&F League gets underway in May this year. 6 dates have been confirmed and asll events will be held in the CIT starting @ 7.30pm. For some specialist events, pre entry is required! See programme for details
12th May 2014
28th May 2014
12th June 2014
27th June 2014
10th July 2014
28th July 2014
March 17 – Good Performances by Young Cork athletes Indoors and Outdoors!
Munster Juvenile (age 14-19) Indoors in Nenagh
It was another successful weekend for Cork Juvenile Athletes at the recent Munster Indoor Championships when they set seven new Championship records. The following were the record breakers:
Girl’s u17 shot—1st Erin Kingston Bandon AC
Boy’s u14 60m----1st Conor Morey Leevale AC
Boy’s u15 60m----1st Robert Cregan Leevale AC
Boys u15 High Jump—1st Ben Donovan Abbey Striders AC
Boys u19 Hurdles-------1st Sam Healy Leevale AC
Boys u19 High Jump----1st David Cussen Old Abbey AC
Boys u19 Long Jump----1st Sam Healy Leevale AC
Well done to all who competed. A total of 87 Provincial medals won over the weekend by Cork Juvenile Athletes and we wish them well in the forthcoming National Championships in Athlone later this month. Full results can be viewed on www.munsterathletics.com
All Ireland Juvenile Development Cross Country Championships in Dunboyne, Co. Meath
There was gold for Callum McCourt Bandon AC in the boy’s u11 with bronze for Ben Atkinson Carrig na Bhfear AC and both were members of the Cork team which won silver. A great win for Seamus Ahern Carrig na Bhfear AC in the boys u13 and Seamus led Cork to team gold. In the girls u11 Shannon Cotter West Muskerry AC finished third and helped Cork to team silver.
Well done to all who competed and represented their Club and County in Dunboyne. Full results can be seen on www.athleticsireland.ie
March 16 – Regional Park 5 K Race, Sunday April 13th @ 11.15am
Ballincollig Athletic Club hold a 5K race in Ballincollig Regional Park on Sunday April 13th starting @ 11.15am. Chip timing will be used and online registration is available at http://precisiontiming.primo-solutions.co.uk/ps/event/RegionalPark5kRun. There is a race limit of 300 competitors so register early. Race HQ is in the ‘Our Lady of Good Counsel’ School in Innishmore, Ballincollig (near the new church). For further details see www.ballincolligathleticclub.com or phone: 087 1436 121, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 11 – Munster Masters Road Championships, Sunday 16th March 2014 in Kilnaboy, Co. Clare 1pm
Athlete nominations along with athletes D.O.B. AI reg. no. for the above Championship to email@example.com or (087)2248739 as soon as possible please.
March 5 – Doneraile Park 5KM Series
Park Spring 5km Series will begin again this Saturday morning 8th March in the
re-opened grounds of the storm hit park. Start time is at 11am so participants
are encouraged to get there early. Entries for the event cost just 5 euro and
will take place at the Community centre at the top of the town in Doneraile from 10am to 10:50am. Parking will be available
inside the gate of the Park near the start.
These events are mainly aimed at encouraging beginner runners, especially those involved in Couch to 5km, Fit4Youth and Fit4life programmes to take up the sport and allowing young distance runners the chance to participate over longer distances than normal for fitness. The OPW staff have worked hard to restore the grounds in time for our event so sincere thanks goes to them for ensuring our event can go ahead as planned. The same traditional course as usual will be used with the start line at the old gate across the road from the Secondary school. The finish will be in front of the main house in the Park to allow runners the chance to get refreshment at the Tea Rooms afterwards.
The series of events are run as a joint effort by North Cork AC and Mallow AC. Updates are available via the Doneraile Park 5km Series facebook event page. The remaining events in the series are set to take place on April 5th, May 2nd and the grande finale event, the Dan Byrne Memorial 5km on May 30th. These last two dates are pending permit approval so watch out for updates online on facebook or www.northcorkac.com . Quality Series T-Shirt for all those who complete all four races or there is an option for those who participate in 3 and volunteer in 1 to also earn a t-shirt. There will be no prizes in the first 3 events in order to put the emphasis on participation and to make the series affordable to organise for the clubs involved.
March 5 – Easter Monday 10 and 4 mile roadrace in Clonakilty
Clonakilty Roadrunners Athletic Club are organising an Easter Monday 4 and 10 mile roadrace. The race starts and finishes in the Model Railway Village in Clonakilty and registration is open online at
Well done to all who took part yesterday and thanks to the team in Midleton for hosting the event which had been missing from the athletics calendar for the last few years.
March 3 – Transfer Notice
The final date for receipt of transfers is Monday 24th, completed forms to County Registrar Mr John Copithorne, Belgooly, Co. Cork
March 3 – Cork Juveniles set seven new Championship Records at Munster Indoor Championships
At the Munster Indoor Championships in Nenagh age 9-13 on the 8th /9th February a large number of Cork Juvenile Athletes competed and it augurs well for the track & field season ahead when they set no less than seven new Championship records. The following were the record breakers:
Boy’s u10 60m 1st Kyle Ettoh Grange –Fermoy AC
Boy’s u11 600m 1st Diarmuid Healy Midleton AC
Boys u13 Hurdles 1st Wymin Sivakamur Leevale AC
Girls u10 long jump 1st Kate O Regan Riverstick-Kinsale AC
Girl’s u11 600m 1st Maeve O Neill Doheny AC
Girl’s u12 shot 1st Megan Linehan North Cork AC
Girl’s u13 shot 1st Ciara Sheehy Liscarroll AC
It proved to be a great weekend for our Cork Juveniles winning no less than 48 Provincial medals. Well done to all who competed. A full list of results can be found on www.munsterathletics.com.
February 22 – ***All Ireland Intermediate and Masters XC Championships Dunboyne Co. Meath 23rd Feb 2014***.
Best of Luck to the Cork Teams in action tomorrow.
Ann Marie Holland
Ailise Mc Nulty
Rebecca Mc Evoy
Mens Masters Ov35
Martin Mc Carthy
Mens Masters O50
Denis Mc Carthy
Eamon Mc Evoy
Womens Masters Ov35
Anne Marie Healy
Kitty Harrington Buckley
Anne Marie Holland
Womens Masters Ov45
February 20 – T&F Season on the way – Leevale Sports April 5/6
Only a few weeks left before the Track and Field Season gets underway!
Leevale AC hold their annual open Sports on the weekend of April 5th and 6th in the CIT Track in Cork. The junior and senior events will be held on Saturday while the juvenile events will be held on the Sunday! For further details, including online entry details, see www.leevale.org.
February 13 –Aviva Munster Schools Cross Country
Well done to all who took part and helped out. A sincere thanks to the CIT who allowed their facilities be used to host this event. Best of Luck to all going to the Aviva All Ireland Schools Cross Country on Saturday March 8th which will be held in the CIT.
February 12 – County Novice and Masters Road Championships
This event will take place on Sunday March 2nd and is being hosted by Midleton AC.
Entries to the competition Secretary Mary Meagher firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday February 25th (Post – 3 Whitethorn Drive, Station Road, Blarney, Co. Cork)
February 5 – All Ireland Intermediate and Masters XC Championships Dunboyne Co. Meath 23rd Feb 2014
Athlete nominations for the above Championship to email@example.com or (087)2248739 as soon as possible please. For Masters Athletes please specify if the athletes are to be considered for the O35 and O50 County Teams Men and Women
February 5 – Development News
- The Athletics Leader Course being held at Cork IT on Feb 22nd is now FULL & CLOSED
- There are places available on both the Assistant Coach Course in Templemore Co Tipperary March 15th and the Athletics Leader Course Castleisland Co Kerry April 12th
- The 1st weekend of the Level 1 Course in April due to be held at UL has now been changed to Templemore Co Tipperary with the 2nd weekend as planned in UL. There are still places available but filling up fast, it will close soon.
Details of the Sports Psychology Workshop taking place in Thurles Co Tipperary on Thur
6th Feb herehttp://www.athleticsireland.
- There will be a Hurdles workshop taking place in Moyne Co Tipperary on Thur 13th Feb (Further details to follow)
January 26 – South Munster Schools Cross Country
all prizewinners and qualifiers for the Munster
Schools Championship on Thursday February back at Cork IT. It was great to see
such large numbers taking part and it would surely be beneficial to all if
teachers could encourage participants not particularly very involved in other
sports to join their local athletic club.
The results are not 100% accurate due mainly to incorrect numbers being assigned to the wrong athlete and of course late entries on the day do not help the administrative process either.
A very big thank you to the large number of volunteer officials who turn up to assisted in parking duties, course construction (and destruction afterwards!), administration tent entries and results, start officials, finish marshals and recorders and course stewards.
Finally on everybody's behalf the Munster Agricultural Society deserve our debt of gratitude allowing the use of their lands.
January 25 – County AGM
Following the county AGM today there are a number of positions on the board, nominations for these positions are invited, to be sent to the secretary prior to the next county board meeting. See County Board Officers for available positions
January 21 – Celtic Cross Country Report & AAI Combined Events
Celtic Cross Country International
A great day for Cork Juvenile Athletes at the Celtic Cross Country International in Antrim on Saturday 4th January 2014 where Fearghal Curtin of Youghal AC representing Ireland gained some measure of compensation for his unlucky run in Santry with a well-deserved win in the boys u17 race and in doing so led the Irish lads to team gold. Fellow Cork Athlete Cathal Mc Carthy Doheny AC ran a great race to finish eight in the u17 race and was a member of the Irish winning team. Ruairi Casey Togher AC was a member of the boy’s u17 Irish Development squad and ran a race full of promise to finish tenth and was first of his team home.
Fiona Everard Bandon AC was a member of the girl’s u17 development squad which finished third team.
It’s a tremendous honour to represent your Country and well done to all who competed.
National Combined Events medals for Cork Juvenile Athletes
The Woodies DIY AAI juvenile combined events were held on Saturday 11th January 2014 in the AIT Arena Athlone. Vickie Cusack Liscarroll AC is National Champion in the girl’s u15 category and achieved a personal milestone when exceeding 3000 points for the first time. Aishling Cassidy Bandon AC competed very well to claim the bronze medal in the girl’s u14.
Well done to all athletes who competed on the day.
January 19 – Schools Cross Country Venue Change
The venue for next Friday’s
South Munster schools’ cross country championships has had to be changed to the
Munster Agricultural Society (MAS) grounds at Curraheen.
The most suitable way to access this venue particularly for buses is to use the N42 (main road from Cork to Killarney the old N25) and leave at Exit 2 signed for Curraheen. Take the road for Curraheen at the next roundabout and after about 1km the course is on the right-hand side of the road.
All vehicles must park in the MAS fields. There is adequate hard standing for cars and busses. A one-way system will apply. Follow stewards directions.
Only limited toilet facilities no spiked shoes in the toilets allowed. There will be no changing or showering facilities available on site. It should be possible to use the facilities at Cork IT if desired. Participants are advised to come dressed for competition with tracksuit etc. and have a dry set of gear for afterwards. Buses and cars will be parked very adjacent to the course.
A map of the course will be provided later this week to those schools entered.
The timetable and distances remain as outlined on the original information. The first 6 individuals will receive their medals immediately on finishing their race. Team medals can be collected at the administration tent as soon as results are posted up.
Competition information and entry forms are attached for your information if you have not received them by post. Entries and fees should be posted to Liam O'Brien, Gortacrue, Midleton, Co Cork by Tuesday January 21st.. All other enquires to Sean Nyhan 087 9598168.
January 8 – County AGM
County AGM – Saturday January 25th @ 10am in the Cork International Airport Hotel
January 6 – Munster Junior & Senior Cross Country
Munster Junior & Senior Cross Country is on this Sunday (Jan 12th) in Cashel, Co Tipperary – Anybody interested in running on the county team please contact team manager Noreen Murphy (085 7157810) by Wednesday 12pm
For details on location see www.munsterathletics.com
January 6 – Celtic Cross Country TV Coverage
The Antrim IAAF
International Cross-Country will be broadcast on television again this year.
Hour-long highlights featuring last weekend's senior races and the Celtic Internationals will be broadcast on Setanta Ireland and Premier Sports UK. It is also being broadcast in Africa on Zuku Sports and Setanta Africa.
The races broadcast will be senior men, senior women, Celtic U17 and U20 women, Celtic U17 and U20 men, and will feature athletes from many clubs.
Here are the broadcast times in full -
Setanta Ireland (Sky Irl 423/UPC 105/401)
Thurs 9 Jan - 6:00pm
Fri 10 Jan - 9:00pm (Setanta 1)
Sat 11 Jan - 10:00am
Sun 12 Jan - 8:30am (Setanta 1)
Mon 13 Jan - 6:30am
Fri 17 Jan - 4:30pm
Sun 19 Jan - 6:00pm (Setanta 1)
Tue 21 Jan - 5:00am (Setanta 1)
Premier Sports UK (Sky 428/Virgin 551 freeview)
Fri 10 Jan - 9:00pm
Sun 12 Jan - 8:30am
Sun 19 Jan - 6:00pm
Tue 21 Jan - 5:00am
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