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Results of Athletics Ireland National 20k Race Walk Championships 2016

Athletics Ireland National 20k Walk Championships Results 2016

CIT Track

Sunday December 18th 2016

 

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A small group of five athletes took part in today's Athletics Ireland National 20k Walk Championships, held at CIT Track, in cool (10 C) but relatively windless conditions.  The Championships had been originally scheduled for earlier this summer but were deferred due to a fixtures clash.  Earlier this month it was decided, at relatively short notice, to hold the event before year end, to ensure continuity of the Championships, which have been held annually since 1970.

 

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Just five athletes went to the line today - four men and one woman.  Even then, one of the men, Shannon AC's Gearoid McMahon, was only walking 5k.

Leevale AC's Alex Wright led from start to finish, finishing in a time of 1:27:06
. Alex is holder of the Irish 20k record of 1:23:28.09, which he set in the Nordic Challenge, in Glostrup, in September 2014.

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Maeve Curley, Shannon AC, duly took the Women's Title, in 1:49:51.9.  The Irish record holder is Gillian O'Sullivan,, who set a mark of 1:27:22 in the IAAF Challenge in Sesto San Giovanni, on May 1st 2003

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AthleteNumberClub4km5 km10km20km
Alex Wright 1111 Leevale AC 00:17:45 00:44:16 01:27:06
Cian McMenamin 1112 Westport AC 00:18:33 00:45:52 01:31:01
Anthony Tobin 1110 Clonmel AC 00:50:17 01:39:14
Maeve Curley 1115 Craughwell AC 00:54:20 01:49:51
Gearoid McMahon 1114 Shannon AC 00:19:09 23:55.4  

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