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Scullion and Cooke win National Marathon Championship 2019

Stephen Scullion Wins Mens Title while Aoife Cooke Takes Womens

KBC Dublin Marathon 2019

Sunday October 27th 2019

 

aoife cooke national marathon champion 2019

Aoife Cooke wins National Marathon Championship 2019

 

Atheltics Ireland Report - Feidhlim Kelly

Stephen Scullion (Clonliffe Harriers) starred at the KBC Dublin marathon with a second-place finish overall in 2:12:01 to win the national title in perfect conditions today (October 27).

stephen scullion national marathon chp 2019

Scullion, who has trained at altitude for the last three years fulltime in Flagstaff, Arizona, described it as the ‘best day of my life’ bettering his old pb of 2:14:34 which he set in Houston last January.

It was a day of personal bests in ideal marathon conditions with Mick Clohisey (Raheny Shamrock) second in a new best of 2:13:19 and Hugh Armstrong (Ballina) third on his debut in 2:14:22 – a new Mayo record.

Aoife Cooke (Eagle AC) ran an impressive pb of 2:32:34 (2:46:37 was her previous best in Amsterdam in 2017) to win the women’s national title. She put the result down to ‘a lot of miles, a lot of hard training.’

 
Cooke 5th on Irish Women's All-Time Standings

Aoife's time elevates her to 5th in the Irish All-time list, led by Cathriona McKiernan (2:22:23), with Fionnuala McCormack's recent Chicago time of 2:26:47 bring her to 2nd place. Carey May's 1985 time of 2:28:07 puts her in third place, with Sonia O'Sullivan (Ballymore-Cobh AC) fourth in 2:27:01

 

all time irish womens marathon standings 191027a

 

Ann-Marie McGlynn (Letterkenny) had to settle for second in a new pb of 2:32:54 with Gladys Ganiel (North Belfast Harriers) third in 2:36:42.

 

Interviews with the winners are on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AthleticsIreland/ and Twitter https://twitter.com/irishathletics



Aoife Cooke Interview

 

Stephen Scullion Interview

 

Photos from KBC Dublin Marathon 2019


Wave 1 Start

 

Wave 2 Start

 

Dolphins Barn (approx. 13 Miles) - Album 1 of 7

Dolphins Barn (approx. 13 Miles) - Album 2 of 7

 

Dolphins Barn (approx. 13 Miles) - Album 3 of 7

 

Dolphins Barn (approx. 13 Miles) - Album 4 of 7

 

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Dolphins Barn (approx. 13 Miles) - Album 7 of 7


More photos from 41k to come

 

Videos

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Wave 1 Start



Wave 2 Start


Leader to 2:25 @ 41km - Northumberland Road

 

Northumberland Road - 2:25 to 2:50

 

Northumberland Road - 2:50 to 3:10

 

Northumberland Road - 3:10 to 3:20 - Final Video (Battery ran out!)

 

 Results

Women - National Championships

 Aoife Cooke (Eagle AC) 2:32:34, 2. Ann-Marie McGlynn (Letterkenny) 2:32:54, 3. Gladys Ganiel (North Belfast Harriers) 2:36:42

 

Men - National Championships

Stephen Scullion (Clonliffe Harriers) 2:12:01, 2. Mick Clohisey (Raheny Shamrock) 2:13:19, 3. Hugh Armstrong (Ballina) 2:14:22

Results

Search Dublin Marathon 2019 Results, along with historical results, on the KBC Dublin Marathon website



First 800 Finishers

 

PosForenameSurnameCatAAI ClubChipChip
1 Othmane El Goumri MS   02:08:06 02:08:06
2 Stephen Scullion MS CLONLIFFE HARRIERS A.C. 02:12:01 02:12:01
3 Mengistu Zelalem MS   02:12:05 02:12:04
4 Asefa Bekele MS   02:13:02 02:13:01
5 Tebogo Mathiba MS   02:13:11 02:13:10
6 Mick Clohisey MS RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 02:13:19 02:13:18
7 Hiribo Shano Share MS   02:14:14 02:14:13
8 Hugh Armstrong MS BALLINA A.C. 02:14:22 02:14:21
9 Uladzislau Pramau MS   02:15:49 02:15:48
10 Sean Hehir MS METRO/ST. BRIGID'S A.C. 02:16:01 02:16:01
11 Eoghan Totten MS NEWCASTLE & DISTRICT AC 02:16:09 02:16:08
12 Gary O'Hanlon M45 CLONLIFFE HARRIERS A.C. 02:16:29 02:16:29
13 Mark Kenneally M35 CLONLIFFE HARRIERS A.C. 02:16:34 02:16:33
14 Sergiu Ciobanu M35 CLONLIFFE HARRIERS A.C. 02:17:17 02:17:17
15 Dennis Kipkorir MS   02:18:14 02:18:13
16 Ben Fletcher MS   02:20:30 02:20:29
17 Kyle Doherty MS CITY OF DERRY AC SPARTANS 02:22:22 02:22:22
18 David Manja MS   02:22:40 02:22:39
19 Colin Griffin M35 BALLINAMORE A.C. 02:23:01 02:23:00
20 Cillain O'Leary M35 RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 02:23:27 02:23:26
21 Peter Somba MS DUNBOYNE AC 02:24:16 02:24:16
22 David Mansfield MS CLONMEL A.C. 02:25:03 02:25:02
23 Ray Hynes M35 DONORE HARRIERS 02:25:34 02:25:33
24 Colin Maher MS BALLYFIN A.C. 02:25:36 02:25:35
25 Feidhlim McGowan MS NORTH SLIGO A.C. 02:25:53 02:25:52
26 Nick Bowker MS   02:25:55 02:25:52
27 Tom Roche M40   02:26:39 02:26:38
28 Tomas Fitzpatrick M35 TALLAGHT A.C. 02:27:19 02:27:17
29 Mark Smith M40 EAGLE A.C. 02:27:44 02:27:42
30 Motu Gedefa FS   02:27:48 02:27:48
31 John Weldon M35 NEWBRIDGE A.C. 02:28:04 02:28:03
32 Mesera Dubiso FS   02:28:29 02:28:29
33 Ryan McFlynn M40   02:28:34 02:28:33
34 Brendan Murphy M35 CRUSADERS A.C. 02:28:44 02:28:43
35 Vincent McGuinness M35   02:28:52 02:28:48
36 Brian McElvanna M40   02:28:54 02:28:52
37 Gary Higgins M40 GALWAY CITY HARRIERS A.C. 02:28:57 02:28:55
38 Noel Carroll MS SHERCOCK A.C. 02:29:04 02:29:02
39 Fergal Whitty M40 DONORE HARRIERS 02:29:11 02:29:09
40 Wojciech Kopec MS   02:29:29 02:29:27
41 Denbeli Chefo Shuke FS   02:29:51 02:29:51
42 Shewaye Woldemeskel FS   02:30:05 02:30:04
43 John Whelan M35 SHERCOCK A.C. 02:30:12  
44 Andrew Sheehan MS LEEVALE A.C. 02:30:19 02:30:17
45 David O'Connor M35 CELBRIDGE A.C. 02:30:44 02:30:43
46 Peter Mooney M40   02:30:48 02:30:46
47 Natasha Cockram FS   02:30:50 02:30:49
48 Michael Corbett M40 ST. FINBARRS A.C. 02:31:00 02:30:59
49 Ray Coogan M50 NORTH EAST RUNNERS A.C. 02:31:08 02:31:06
50 Caroline Jepchirchir FS   02:31:31 02:31:30
51 Colum Gaile MS ALBERTVILLE HARRIERS 02:31:55 02:31:53
52 Clive Glancy M35 CARRICK-ON-SHANNON A.C. 02:32:06 02:32:03
53 Jeremy O'Donovan M40 EAST CORK A.C. 02:32:23 02:32:21
54 Pj Scollard M40 WATERFORD A.C. 02:32:24 02:32:22
55 Meseret Alemu FS   02:32:27 02:32:26
56 Aoife Cooke F50 EAGLE A.C. 02:32:34 02:32:34
57 Ann-Marie McGlynn F35 LETTERKENNY A.C. 02:32:54 02:32:54
58 Donal Mulligan M45 LONGFORD A.C. 02:33:02 02:33:00
59 Paul Lynch M40 SLIABH BHUIDE ROVERS A.C. 02:33:07 02:33:05
60 Daniel Cullen M35 MILFORD A.C. 02:33:22 02:33:18
61 Seamus Somers M45 SLIGO A.C. 02:33:29 02:33:25
62 Mark Kirwan MS RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 02:33:41 02:33:38
63 Pauric Ennis MS TULLAMORE HARRIERS A.C. 02:33:49 02:33:47
64 Greg Shearer MS   02:34:06 02:33:55
65 Craig Brennan M45 NORTH SLIGO A.C. 02:34:07 02:34:05
66 Tetyana Vernygor FS   02:34:33 02:34:32
67 Jimmy Boland M35 CLONMEL A.C. 02:34:35 02:34:34
68 Shane O'Donnell MS ROSSES A.C. 02:35:48 02:35:44
69 Gareth Murran M35 SPORTSWORLD A.C. 02:35:49 02:35:38
70 Paddy O'Donnell MS CITY OF DERRY AC SPARTANS 02:35:56 02:35:53
71 Brian Leahy M40 RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 02:36:05 02:36:04
72 Derek Walsh M40 CARRICK-ON-SUIR A.C. 02:36:16 02:35:52
73 Gavin McGlinchey M40   02:36:22 02:36:20
74 Dave Morgan M40 ST. FINBARRS A.C. 02:36:24 02:36:10
75 Gavin Kelly M40 NEWBRIDGE A.C. 02:36:38 02:36:37
76 Matthew Collins MS PORTMARNOCK A.C. 02:36:41 02:36:34
77 Gladys Ganiel F40 NORTH BELFAST HARRIERS 02:36:42 02:36:40
78 Colm Cassidy MS RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 02:36:52 02:36:47
79 Mrs Charlotte Taylor-Green FS   02:36:55 02:36:54
80 Killian Lonergan M45 CLONLIFFE HARRIERS A.C. 02:37:04 02:37:02
81 Jp Carty MS   02:37:30 02:37:28
82 Ian McGrath M45 SLI CUALANN A.C. 02:37:35 02:37:31
83 Brian Gurrin M50 KILCOOLE A.C. 02:37:40 02:37:30
84 Cathal O'Reilly M40 LOUGHREA A.C. 02:37:52 02:37:49
85 Vira Ovcharuk F35   02:37:53 02:37:52
86 Eddie Garry M40 TULLAMORE HARRIERS A.C. 02:37:57 02:37:55
87 Caitriona Jennings F35 LETTERKENNY A.C. 02:37:57 02:37:57
88 Mark Mullan M40   02:37:57 02:37:51
89 Patrick Higgins MS NEWCASTLE & DISTRICT AC 02:37:58 02:37:57
90 Alan Johnston M45 MURLOUGH AC 02:38:04 02:38:01
91 Simon Devenney MS RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 02:38:07 02:38:02
92 Breege Connolly F40 CITY OF DERRY AC SPARTANS 02:38:28 02:38:27
93 Ciaran Diviney M45 CRUSADERS A.C. 02:38:30 02:38:27
94 Joey Feery MS CLONMEL A.C. 02:38:33 02:38:32
95 Eoin Callaghan MS STAR OF THE SEA A.C. 02:38:33 02:38:32
96 J. P Gartland M40 NEWCASTLE & DISTRICT AC 02:38:34 02:38:18
97 Jeremy Curran M45   02:38:36 02:38:34
98 Kristaps Liepins MS   02:38:39 02:38:22
99 Colin Wendel M35 KILCOOLE A.C. 02:38:46 02:38:42
100 Declan Power M45 CLONLIFFE HARRIERS A.C. 02:38:58 02:38:56
101 Marc Augustin M35 LE CHÉILE AC 02:39:15 02:39:13
102 Fabio Oliveira MS   02:39:33 02:39:32
103 Oran Finegan M40   02:39:33 02:39:01
104 Alan Kelly M40 BALLINA A.C. 02:39:43 02:39:41
105 Liam Tracey M40 WATERGRASSHILL A.C. 02:39:55 02:39:46
106 John Higgins MS   02:39:56 02:39:52
107 Niall O'Riordan M40 AN BRU A.C 02:40:19 02:40:08
108 Bedilu Gebreselassie MS DUNDRUM SOUTH DUBLIN A.C. 02:40:45 02:40:45
109 Michael Fox MS   02:40:57 02:40:55
110 Ian Phelan M40 RATOATH A.C. 02:41:15 02:41:11
111 Dermot Gorman M35 RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 02:41:25 02:41:24
112 Gemma Rankin FS   02:41:37 02:41:35
113 David Callaghan MS TALLAGHT A.C. 02:42:00 02:41:57
114 Paul Griffin M45   02:42:11 02:42:10
115 Aaron O'Donnell MS   02:42:15 02:41:52
116 Martin Brennan M35   02:42:34 02:42:28
117 Conaill Cooper M35 SLANEY OLYMPIC A.C. 02:42:36 02:42:27
118 John Murphy M50 GRANGE/FERMOY A.C. 02:42:37 02:42:32
119 Derek Taylor M40 LUCAN HARRIERS A.C. 02:42:38 02:42:34
120 Catherine Whoriskey FS CITY OF DERRY AC SPARTANS 02:42:39  
121 Connor Martin M35 SPERRIN HARRIERS 02:42:39 02:42:27
122 Seán Burke M45 TUAM A.C. 02:42:45 02:42:36
123 Rob Cross M45 CRUSADERS A.C. 02:42:49 02:42:46
124 Donal Egan M35 NORTH SLIGO A.C. 02:42:51 02:42:43
125 David Greene M35 GRANGE/FERMOY A.C. 02:42:54 02:42:40
126 Fearghal Delaney M35 ARMAGH AC 02:43:01 02:42:57
127 Mick Kelly M40   02:43:03 02:43:00
128 Katherine Wood FS   02:43:12 02:43:10
129 Micheal O'Brien M40 TULLAMORE HARRIERS A.C. 02:43:13 02:43:06
130 Michael Canty M35 MOY VALLEY A.C. 02:43:13 02:43:12
131 Johnny O'Sullivan M45 GALTEE RUNNERS A.C. 02:43:14 02:43:10
132 Robert Browne M35 CRUSADERS A.C. 02:43:23 02:43:16
133 Niall Smith M35 SHERCOCK A.C. 02:43:29 02:43:27
134 David Sweeney M40 ST. MICHAEL'S AC 02:43:30 02:43:23
135 Peter Donnell MS MILFORD A.C. 02:43:31 02:43:27
136 Lawrence O'Kane M35 MAGHERAFELT HARRIERS 02:43:38 02:43:34
137 Maurice McDermott M35 LUSK A.C. 02:43:46 02:43:18
138 Michael J Ryan MS DUNDRUM A.C. 02:43:48 02:43:47
139 James Monaghan M35 ST PETER'S AC 02:43:52 02:43:25
140 Colm McGrath M35   02:43:54 02:43:41
141 Brian Martin M35 DROGHEDA & DISTRICT A.C. 02:43:59 02:43:43
142 Paul O'Brien M40 SLI CUALANN A.C. 02:44:02 02:43:59
143 Paul King M35 BEECHMOUNT HARRIERS A.C 02:44:03 02:43:55
144 Hughie Taggert M45 MIDLETON A.C. 02:44:08 02:44:00
145 Adrian McGowan MS   02:44:14 02:44:05
146 Noelie Kavanagh M35   02:44:14  
147 James Brannigan M40   02:44:15 02:44:12
148 John Paul Shane Coney M40   02:44:17 02:44:11
149 Kane Collins MS U.C.D. A.C. 02:44:18 02:43:58
150 Sean Brosnan M40   02:44:19 02:44:14
151 Patrick O'Donnell M40   02:44:22 02:44:09
152 Enda McKaigue MS ACORNS AC 02:44:23 02:44:19
153 Sean O'Keeffe M40 EAGLE A.C. 02:44:24 02:44:20
154 Liam Ryan M40   02:44:26 02:44:21
155 Patrick Sneyd M45 BROTHERS PEARSE A.C. 02:44:28 02:44:15
156 Declan Fahy M35   02:44:42 02:44:31
157 Alex Turner MS   02:44:43 02:44:24
158 Scott McCann M40   02:44:46 02:44:16
159 Johnny Byrne M35   02:44:46 02:44:43
160 Paul Fitzgerald M35 LIMERICK A.C. 02:44:51 02:44:43
161 Aidan Brown M35 NEWCASTLE & DISTRICT AC 02:44:55 02:44:52
162 Hugh Hunt M40   02:44:59 02:44:58
163 Liam Fergus M35 NORTH EAST RUNNERS A.C. 02:45:07 02:44:40
164 Peter Gaffney M50 DONORE HARRIERS 02:45:09 02:45:01
165 Simon Monds M40 LIFFEY VALLEY A.C. 02:45:18 02:45:10
166 Patrick McGee M35 MILFORD A.C. 02:45:19 02:45:16
167 Patrick White M45 GLENMORE A.C. 02:45:21 02:45:04
168 Peter Walsh M40   02:45:32 02:45:27
169 Patrick Mahon MS CITY OF DERRY AC SPARTANS 02:45:35 02:45:29
170 Matthew Edmonds M35   02:45:39 02:45:30
171 Eric Browne M35 TOGHER A.C. 02:45:40 02:45:34
172 Gerard Cuddy M35   02:45:41 02:45:32
173 Philip Collins M45   02:45:42 02:45:39
174 Marco Muller MS   02:45:47 02:45:44
175 Finbar O'Grady MS KILMURRAY/IBRICK/N.CLARE A.C. 02:45:58 02:45:40
176 Paul Cullen M40   02:46:19 02:46:17
177 John Beecher M35 ST. CATHERINE'S A.C. 02:46:20 02:46:17
178 Darren Egan M35 DUNDRUM SOUTH DUBLIN A.C. 02:46:30 02:46:08
179 Gary McLoughlin M35   02:46:37 02:46:31
180 Patrick Coyle M35 CIVIL SERVICE A.C. 02:46:38 02:46:34
181 Robert Frewen MS RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 02:46:47 02:46:23
182 Mark Heverin M35   02:46:50 02:46:40
183 Eugene McDonough M40 CRUSADERS A.C. 02:46:51 02:46:42
184 Adrian Campbell M40 CARRICK ACES A.C. 02:47:07 02:46:52
185 Evan McCormack M35 MULLINGAR HARRIERS A.C. 02:47:11 02:46:58
186 Iestyn Rhodes M40   02:47:16 02:47:08
187 Joseph McDermott M35 CRUSADERS A.C. 02:47:28 02:47:24
188 Christophe Meudec M45 ST. L. O'TOOLE A.C. 02:47:31 02:47:27
189 Michael Murphy M40   02:47:40 02:47:21
190 Pearse West M35 CLONES A.C. 02:47:42 02:47:37
191 Aidan H Campbell M50 BLAYNEY ROCKETS A.C. 02:47:44 02:47:34
192 Mark Wolfe M45   02:47:49 02:47:47
193 Edward Harkin M40 ROSSES A.C. 02:47:57 02:47:52
194 Dermot O'Kane M40   02:47:58 02:47:45
195 Jamie Gahan M35 PORTMARNOCK A.C. 02:47:59 02:47:41
196 Ciarain Kelly MS CRUSADERS A.C. 02:48:03 02:47:45
197 Eoin Connolly M35 RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 02:48:03 02:47:49
198 Séamus Mac Floinn M35 CRUSADERS A.C. 02:48:15 02:47:36
199 Fergus Collis M35 DUNDRUM SOUTH DUBLIN A.C. 02:48:15 02:47:59
200 Warren Swords M40 CRUSADERS A.C. 02:48:17 02:48:11
201 Ger Healy MS   02:48:18 02:47:53
202 Kenneth McAndrew M50   02:48:18 02:48:14
203 Ciaran Rea M35   02:48:20 02:48:12
204 Dermot Winters M45 SLIEVE GULLION RUNNERS 02:48:20 02:48:12
205 Donal Quinn M65   02:48:26 02:47:48
206 Barry Aherne M40 LUCAN HARRIERS A.C. 02:48:31 02:48:27
207 Ivan Kelly M40 BALLINA A.C. 02:48:35 02:48:25
208 Aislinn Nic Dhomhnaill F40 DONORE HARRIERS 02:48:37 02:48:31
209 Mark Kelly M45   02:48:42 02:48:30
210 Isobel Oakes FS   02:48:45  
211 Martin Divilly M45   02:48:48 02:48:40
212 Edward Cooke MS VICTORIA PARK & CONNSWATER 02:48:49 02:48:46
213 Andrew Kinane M35 DONORE HARRIERS 02:48:52 02:48:49
214 Vincent Murray MS   02:48:54 02:48:29
215 Rory Mooney M35   02:48:56 02:48:50
216 Thomas Blackburn M50 MOOREABBEY MILERS A.C 02:48:56 02:48:54
217 Ger Hartnett M45 TUAM A.C. 02:48:59 02:48:49
218 Brendan McIlhennon MS 369 RECORDS 02:49:01 02:48:55
219 Shane McCaul M40 DUNSHAUGHLIN A.C. 02:49:01 02:48:41
220 Christopher Muldoon M40 DONORE HARRIERS 02:49:03 02:49:02
221 Ian Forrestal M40   02:49:03 02:48:45
222 Michael Keogh MS   02:49:06 02:49:03
223 Javaid Gaynor MS BLACKROCK AC 02:49:06 02:49:01
224 Cathal O'Connor MS   02:49:12 02:49:00
225 Davey Owens M45 KILCOOLE A.C. 02:49:12 02:49:01
226 Niall Lynch M45 DONORE HARRIERS 02:49:12 02:48:59
227 Ryhan O'Halloran MS ST. FINBARRS A.C. 02:49:14 02:49:09
228 Rob McCabe M35   02:49:18 02:49:05
229 Eanna Kavanagh MS   02:49:21 02:48:58
230 Paul Walsh M45 TEMPLEMORE A.C. 02:49:22 02:49:07
231 Aodh O'Currain M35   02:49:28 02:49:11
232 Dikla Drori F45   02:49:30 02:49:27
233 Mark Foley M40   02:49:32 02:49:05
234 Michael McKenzie M35 ARMAGH AC 02:49:32 02:49:27
235 Jill Hodgins F40 LEEVALE A.C. 02:49:36 02:49:34
236 Keith Lane M40   02:49:37 02:49:27
237 Lars Allworthy M40   02:49:42 02:49:19
238 Shane Begley M35 CASTLEGAR A.C. 02:49:46 02:49:33
239 Annabel Granger F45   02:49:48 02:49:40
240 Eoin McLoughlin M35 BALLINA A.C. 02:49:52 02:49:48
241 James Hoare MS CELBRIDGE A.C. 02:49:54 02:49:49
242 Ken Whitelaw M35   02:49:54 02:49:51
243 Karsten Kopland MS   02:49:58 02:49:46
244 Paddy Kavanagh MS   02:50:01 02:49:40
245 John Armstrong M45   02:50:23 02:50:00
246 Colin Leonard M35 DROGHEDA & DISTRICT A.C. 02:50:25 02:50:21
247 Sean Murphy M45 TRIM A.C. 02:50:27 02:49:51
248 Quinton Bourke M40 TRIM A.C. 02:50:28 02:50:07
249 Mick Silke M35   02:50:30 02:50:14
250 Cathal O'Connell M55 ST. FINBARRS A.C. 02:50:32 02:50:30
251 Mark Simpson M40   02:50:34 02:50:19
252 Shane Gavin MS RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 02:50:34 02:50:31
253 Gavin McAteer M40   02:50:35 02:50:28
254 Gary Slevin MS   02:50:36 02:50:29
255 Stefan Simms M50   02:50:39 02:50:09
256 Aubrey Storey M40   02:50:42 02:50:16
257 Karl Mannion M35   02:50:42 02:50:39
258 Ciaran Aylward M35 RATHFARNHAM W.S.A.F. A.C. 02:50:46 02:50:41
259 Colin Holmes M35   02:50:52 02:50:26
260 Niamh Clifford FS STAR OF THE LAUNE A.C. 02:50:53 02:50:50
261 Ryan Moore M35   02:50:57 02:50:48
262 Igor Pashchenko MS BLACKROCK AC 02:50:59 02:50:55
263 Kenneth Nugent M35 DONORE HARRIERS 02:51:06 02:51:00
264 Derek Callan M40 BLAYNEY ROCKETS A.C. 02:51:11 02:51:03
265 Michael Kehoe M50 RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 02:51:15 02:51:01
266 Gerard Murnane M60   02:51:15 02:51:06
267 Stephen McLeod MS   02:51:16 02:51:10
268 Dwayne Farrell M40   02:51:20 02:51:04
269 Leanne Butler FS   02:51:22 02:51:14
270 Declan Murphy MS   02:51:23 02:51:06
271 Brendan Hession M35 MAYO A.C. 02:51:27 02:51:24
272 Aidan Thompson M40   02:51:31 02:51:25
273 Martin Leahy M55 EAGLE A.C. 02:51:33 02:51:28
274 Eric Lacey M40 RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 02:51:37 02:51:21
275 Justin Gavigan M35   02:51:38 02:50:36
276 Lyall Guiney M35 ATHENRY A.C. 02:51:40 02:51:02
277 David Proctor M35   02:51:42 02:51:39
278 Sean Kelly MS RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 02:51:44 02:51:26
279 Colm Cunningham M40 DUNDRUM SOUTH DUBLIN A.C. 02:51:46 02:51:43
280 Paul Finnegan M40 ARMAGH AC 02:51:52 02:51:43
281 Patrick O'Reilly M35 CIVIL SERVICE A.C. 02:51:53 02:51:30
282 Stephen Hughes M35   02:51:55 02:51:26
283 Seán Fox M40 DONORE HARRIERS 02:51:56 02:51:44
284 Connor McCullagh M40   02:51:58 02:51:44
285 Billy Moloney MS CLONMEL A.C. 02:52:02 02:51:42
286 Sean McSorley M35 ARMAGH AC 02:52:02 02:51:30
287 Desmond Burke M40 SLIGO A.C. 02:52:07 02:52:04
288 Tomás Ó' Dowd M40 CRUSADERS A.C. 02:52:13 02:51:56
289 Trevor Swift M40 WATERFORD A.C. 02:52:13 02:51:53
290 Derek Kiely M35 LIMERICK A.C. 02:52:15 02:52:02
291 Daragh O'Reilly MS   02:52:17 02:51:49
292 Iurie Vizitiu M40   02:52:19 02:51:43
293 Pedro Lopez M40 CELBRIDGE A.C. 02:52:19 02:52:05
294 Damian Kenneally M35 EAGLE A.C. 02:52:22 02:52:20
295 Darren Doolin M35   02:52:22 02:52:19
296 Andrew McCrea M35 MONKSTOWN SPARTANS AC 02:52:23 02:52:03
297 Patrick McCarthy M45   02:52:30 02:52:25
298 Stephen McGuinn MS   02:52:31 02:52:21
299 Colm Murray M50 RATHFARNHAM W.S.A.F. A.C. 02:52:34 02:52:30
300 Paul Dunne M40   02:52:37 02:52:32
301 Rory Goldsmith MS   02:52:38 02:52:25
302 Fergal Martin M35   02:52:46 02:52:32
303 Mark Nolan M35   02:52:47 02:52:18
304 Jan Corcoran F40 LE CHÉILE AC 02:52:50 02:52:39
305 Michael Ryan M40 DUNDRUM A.C. 02:52:51 02:52:48
306 John Carroll M40 BOHERMEEN A.C. 02:52:57 02:52:44
307 Declan Newman M40 LONGFORD A.C. 02:52:59 02:52:50
308 Brendan Gildernew M40 SPERRIN HARRIERS 02:53:12 02:52:57
309 Ryan Galway MS SPRINGWELL RUNNING CLUB 02:53:13 02:53:11
310 Ross O'Doherty MS   02:53:21  
311 Ciaran Molloy M35   02:53:28 02:53:25
312 Dave Slater M40   02:53:28 02:53:25
313 Daniel Fletcher MS   02:53:28 02:53:22
314 Kenny Holdsworth M45   02:53:28 02:53:23
315 Robert John M40   02:53:32 02:53:23
316 John Guiry M40   02:53:32 02:53:26
317 Nick Hogan M35   02:53:34 02:53:12
318 Mark O'Connor M40   02:53:34 02:53:28
319 Declan Troy M45   02:53:35 02:53:18
320 Padraig Kelly M45 NORTH SLIGO A.C. 02:53:35 02:53:26
321 Andrew Connolly M40   02:53:37 02:53:20
322 Charlie Batho M50   02:53:47 02:53:31
323 Alan Duffy MS SLI CUALANN A.C. 02:53:47 02:53:29
324 Colin Coyne M40 ST ABBANS A.C 02:53:48 02:53:44
325 Brendan McNally M35   02:53:49 02:53:40
326 Brian Swaby M40   02:53:52 02:53:51
327 Caroline Poonan F35   02:53:52 02:53:50
328 Ronan Owens M35   02:53:52 02:53:12
329 Darragh Scott M35 CARRICK ACES A.C. 02:53:55 02:53:31
330 Shane Caffrey MS CLONLIFFE HARRIERS A.C. 02:53:58 02:53:54
331 Jonathan Healy M35 NEWBRIDGE A.C. 02:53:58 02:53:55
332 Colm Dunne M40 RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 02:54:00 02:53:45
333 Martin Doyle M40 SPORTSWORLD A.C. 02:54:01 02:53:37
334 Philip Niland M40 CELBRIDGE A.C. 02:54:01 02:53:51
335 Kevin Ward M45 LONGFORD A.C. 02:54:02 02:53:53
336 Paddy Connolly M40   02:54:02 02:53:33
337 Louis Coyne M35 GALWAY CITY HARRIERS A.C. 02:54:03 02:53:49
338 Kevin Daly M35 FR. MURPHY A.C. 02:54:04 02:53:53
339 Liam Cunningham M40 FR. MURPHY A.C. 02:54:04 02:53:54
340 Luke McMullan MS NEWCASTLE & DISTRICT AC 02:54:10 02:53:48
341 Nicky Langton M45   02:54:11 02:54:00
342 Padraic Fallon M35 LOUGHREA A.C. 02:54:13 02:54:07
343 Damien Keaney M45   02:54:15 02:53:59
344 Terry Keogh M45 RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 02:54:15 02:54:01
345 George Snee M35   02:54:18 02:54:15
346 Paul Nagle M35 TALLAGHT A.C. 02:54:25 02:54:10
347 Paul O'Riordan M35   02:54:26 02:54:11
348 Brendan Keogh M35   02:54:27 02:54:17
349 Paul Gallagher M40 ST. FINBARRS A.C. 02:54:27 02:54:22
350 James King M35 NEWCASTLE & DISTRICT AC 02:54:28 02:54:16
351 Jordi López Vendrell M35   02:54:29 02:54:23
352 Linda Grogan F35   02:54:29 02:54:19
353 Nicola Flanagan F35 BLAYNEY ROCKETS A.C. 02:54:30 02:54:21
354 Paul Balfe M45 LIFFEY VALLEY A.C. 02:54:31 02:54:15
355 Bjarke Kobberoe M40   02:54:32 02:54:20
356 Kieran Corcoran M35 TRIM A.C. 02:54:34 02:54:28
357 Alan Farrell M45 DONORE HARRIERS 02:54:35 02:54:15
358 Mark Reynolds M35 BALLINA A.C. 02:54:39 02:54:37
359 Stephen Chambers MS   02:54:46 02:54:38
360 Tony Quinlan M35 WATERFORD A.C. 02:54:49 02:54:44
361 Conor Hamilton M45   02:54:49 02:54:44
362 Conor Brogan MS   02:54:51 02:54:33
363 David Ryan M45   02:54:53 02:54:51
364 Conor Ryan MS CLONMEL A.C. 02:54:56 02:54:43
365 Connor Wrey MS   02:54:57 02:54:55
366 Conor Leech MS NA FIANNA A.C. 02:54:58 02:54:37
367 Sally Forristal FS ST. JOSEPH'S A.C. 02:55:00 02:54:57
368 Danny O'Sullivan M35   02:55:00 02:54:48
369 Denis Lyons M35 ST. L. O'TOOLE A.C. 02:55:01 02:54:56
370 Patrick Walsh MS   02:55:01 02:54:53
371 Michael Boland M40 BALLINA A.C. 02:55:02 02:54:35
372 Emma Furey FS ST. L. O'TOOLE A.C. 02:55:03 02:54:58
373 Cathal McHale MS   02:55:05 02:54:42
374 Niall Larkin M40 SLI CUALANN A.C. 02:55:06 02:54:44
375 David Toomey M40 MARATHON CLUB IRELAND 02:55:08 02:54:47
376 Marc Cohen M40   02:55:13 02:54:48
377 Michael Hamill M45   02:55:13 02:55:06
378 Alan Keogh M40   02:55:15 02:55:04
379 Donal Twomey M45 WEST MUSKERRY A.C. 02:55:16 02:55:13
380 Paul Casey M35   02:55:16 02:55:04
381 Will Byrne M45 LUCAN HARRIERS A.C. 02:55:16 02:55:14
382 Thomas Bourke M45 CRUSADERS A.C. 02:55:18 02:54:39
383 Geoffrey Howell MS   02:55:21 02:55:05
384 Liam Ryan M45 CARRICK ACES A.C. 02:55:22 02:54:56
385 John Clohisey M40 RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 02:55:23 02:55:19
386 Angela McCann F45 CLONMEL A.C. 02:55:23 02:55:17
387 Ian Roche M35   02:55:23 02:55:12
388 Malcolm McGee M40 INISHOWEN A.C. 02:55:24 02:55:04
389 Declan Lynch M35 DONORE HARRIERS 02:55:24 02:55:19
390 Patrick Morrison M35 MAYO A.C. 02:55:26 02:55:17
391 Alan Hogan MS WEST WATERFORD A.C. 02:55:26 02:55:12
392 David Browne M40 NEWBRIDGE A.C. 02:55:26 02:54:55
393 Nigel Roy M40   02:55:30 02:55:07
394 Gary Crossan M45 BROTHERS PEARSE A.C. 02:55:31 02:55:11
395 John Gordon M45 MAYO A.C. 02:55:33 02:55:18
396 Damien Kelly M35 CLONLIFFE HARRIERS A.C. 02:55:34 02:55:21
397 Phillip Jackson M40   02:55:36 02:55:23
398 Sarah Baryga F40 SLI CUALANN A.C. 02:55:37 02:55:19
399 Daragh Kelly M35 MILFORD A.C. 02:55:38 02:55:29
400 Adele Walsh F40 ST. SENANS A.C. 02:55:39 02:55:32
401 Peter Rogers M35 SLIEVE GULLION RUNNERS 02:55:40 02:55:29
402 Conor Bartley M45 GRANGE/FERMOY A.C. 02:55:40 02:55:24
403 Rodney Doyle M40   02:55:44 02:55:26
404 Brian Scanlan M40 CRUSADERS A.C. 02:55:45 02:55:27
405 Maurice Kelter MS   02:55:46 02:55:39
406 Kai Cussen MS   02:55:49 02:55:35
407 Sorcha Loughnane F40   02:55:49 02:55:32
408 Jonathon Loughran M35   02:55:52 02:55:47
409 David Hoey M35   02:55:52 02:54:46
410 Guy Chilton M40 LUSK A.C. 02:55:52 02:55:29
411 Tony Barry M35 DONORE HARRIERS 02:55:53 02:55:49
412 Eamon Canavan M35   02:55:53 02:55:48
413 Brian McHugh M40   02:55:54 02:55:43
414 Kealan O'Connor M45   02:55:56 02:55:51
415 Jacek Latala M40   02:55:56 02:55:56
416 Ashley Hayes M40   02:55:57 02:55:50
417 Stephen McKenna M40   02:55:57 02:55:52
418 Enda Marren M35   02:55:59 02:55:43
419 Eoin Ryan M35 BOHERMEEN A.C. 02:55:59 02:55:47
420 Padraig Mahony M40   02:56:00 02:55:50
421 Eoin Duffy M35   02:56:00 02:55:45
422 Frankie Moore MS   02:56:02 02:55:47
423 Martin McKenna MS RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 02:56:02 02:55:40
424 Phil Adams M40 LE CHÉILE AC 02:56:03 02:55:51
425 Paul Kingston M40 CLONAKILTY ROAD RUNNERS 02:56:04 02:55:48
426 David O'Mahony M35   02:56:10 02:55:59
427 Sorcha Eivers MS   02:56:10 02:56:06
428 Darren Fitzsimons MS   02:56:10 02:56:07
429 Martin McLucas M50 INISHOWEN A.C. 02:56:11 02:55:54
430 Oran Heron M45 RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 02:56:12 02:56:02
431 Dermot Twomey M40 RUN-ANON 02:56:13 02:55:56
432 Eugene O'Hora M35   02:56:13 02:56:02
433 Graham Dillon MS   02:56:14 02:56:10
434 Caroline Donnellan F40 EDENDERRY A.C. 02:56:14 02:56:06
435 Louise Smith F45 NORTH BELFAST HARRIERS 02:56:15 02:56:10
436 Frank Cunningham MS NEWCASTLE & DISTRICT AC 02:56:17 02:56:05
437 Darrell Reamsbottom M40 DUBLIN BAY RUNNING CLUB 02:56:17 02:56:05
438 Micheal Ahern M35   02:56:18 02:56:13
439 Paul Allen M40 SLI CUALANN A.C. 02:56:18 02:55:59
440 John Lee M45   02:56:21 02:56:10
441 Laurence Mahony M40   02:56:23 02:56:07
442 Matt McGuinness M35 CLONLIFFE HARRIERS A.C. 02:56:24 02:56:13
443 Patrick Muldoon M35 MULLINGAR HARRIERS A.C. 02:56:24 02:56:07
444 Kenneth Mulvey M35   02:56:27 02:56:17
445 Ed Hayes M35   02:56:28 02:56:21
446 Joseph McDaid MS   02:56:29 02:55:59
447 Mike Forde M40 EAGLE A.C. 02:56:30 02:56:23
448 Darren McGrath M40 DUNBOYNE AC 02:56:30 02:56:19
449 Michael Dolan M40   02:56:32 02:56:27
450 James Ferry M45   02:56:32 02:56:23
451 Ray Kenny M45 SLI CUALANN A.C. 02:56:32 02:56:28
452 Shona Keane F35 DOONEEN A.C. 02:56:36 02:56:34
453 Damien Fogarty MS   02:56:38 02:56:20
454 Derek McLoughlin M45   02:56:42 02:56:18
455 Denis Farrell M50 PORTMARNOCK A.C. 02:56:43 02:56:36
456 Paddy McCormack M40 BLACKROCK AC 02:56:44 02:56:38
457 Peadar Owens M40   02:56:44 02:56:34
458 Shane Allen M35   02:56:45 02:56:26
459 Tony Dunne M45 CARRAIG-NA-BHFEAR A.C. 02:56:45 02:56:36
460 Paul Carroll MS SHERCOCK A.C. 02:56:46 02:56:43
461 Declan Connolly M35   02:56:47 02:56:29
462 Richard Reid M45 PORTLAOISE A.C. 02:56:48 02:56:39
463 Damien Kennedy M40 SLIGO A.C. 02:56:48 02:56:37
464 Mark Yeates M35   02:56:49 02:56:37
465 Fergus Kelly M40 ATHENRY A.C. 02:56:50 02:56:38
466 David O'Neill M40 GALWAY CITY HARRIERS A.C. 02:56:52 02:56:33
467 Fiona McQuillan F35 NORTH DOWN AC 02:56:53 02:56:45
468 Diarmaid Frain M40   02:56:55 02:56:51
469 Edward Murphy M35   02:56:55 02:56:46
470 Donal Dowling M40 EAGLE A.C. 02:56:57 02:56:51
471 Brian Sheedy M35   02:56:57 02:56:39
472 Stephen Cochrane MS   02:56:57 02:56:31
473 Jordan McGarry MS   02:56:58 02:56:43
474 Thomas Abadie MS   02:56:58 02:56:15
475 Daragh O'Callaghan MS   02:56:59 02:56:43
476 Stephen McElroy M40 ENNISKILLEN RC 02:56:59 02:56:55
477 Colin Beades M40 LONGFORD A.C. 02:56:59 02:56:50
478 Brian Kitson M45   02:56:59 02:56:48
479 Damien Murray M35   02:56:59 02:56:56
480 Philip Dinneen M35 BALLINTOTIS FIT4LIFE 02:57:00 02:56:37
481 Elaine McGuckin F35   02:57:00 02:56:59
482 Anthony Dowd M45   02:57:06 02:57:02
483 Paul Matthews M40   02:57:08 02:56:37
484 David Conwell M35   02:57:08 02:57:06
485 Mark Lenihan M35 WEST LIMERICK A.C. 02:57:13 02:56:57
486 Colin Murray M35   02:57:13 02:56:58
487 John O'Gorman M50 KILMURRAY/IBRICK/N.CLARE A.C. 02:57:14 02:56:56
488 Justin Fahy M40 ATHENRY A.C. 02:57:14 02:57:08
489 Gerry Gilmartin M45 SLIGO A.C. 02:57:14 02:57:02
490 Jim Harkin M40 INISHOWEN A.C. 02:57:15 02:56:58
491 Tony Cox M35 BALLYFIN A.C. 02:57:15 02:57:07
492 Gerry O'Reilly M45 DUNBOYNE AC 02:57:17 02:57:06
493 Brian Flannelly M35 DUNBOYNE AC 02:57:17 02:57:09
494 Andrew Flynn M35   02:57:18 02:56:53
495 Keith Russell M35 NAVAN A.C. 02:57:18 02:57:08
496 Pat O'Sullivan MS   02:57:20 02:57:13
497 Eugene O'Neill MS   02:57:20 02:56:56
498 Shirley Coyle F40   02:57:21 02:57:11
499 Katie Hickson F40 ST. FINBARRS A.C. 02:57:23 02:57:17
500 Darren O'Hare M40   02:57:24 02:57:15
501 Patrick Keeney MS   02:57:24 02:56:41
502 Andrew Downey M45 CARRICK-ON-SUIR A.C. 02:57:24 02:57:23
503 Dylan Ryan MS   02:57:25 02:57:12
504 John Lynch MS TRACTON A.C. 02:57:27 02:56:57
505 Seamus Clancy M40 BLACKROCK AC 02:57:27 02:57:26
506 Wayne Walker MS CLONLIFFE HARRIERS A.C. 02:57:28 02:57:19
507 Niamh Cronin F40 ST. FINBARRS A.C. 02:57:28 02:57:21
508 Kevin Ferry M45   02:57:29 02:57:23
509 Joan Flynn F40 MULLINGAR HARRIERS A.C. 02:57:30 02:57:23
510 Michael Doherty M40   02:57:30 02:57:22
511 Steven Magill M45 SPRINGWELL RUNNING CLUB 02:57:31 02:57:19
512 Grainne Ni Uallachain F40 GALWAY CITY HARRIERS A.C. 02:57:32 02:57:23
513 Philip English M40   02:57:33 02:57:07
514 Barry Thornton M45 BLACKROCK AC 02:57:33 02:57:27
515 Tomás Kavanagh MS SLIABH BHUIDE ROVERS A.C. 02:57:33 02:57:14
516 Kevin Prunty M35 DUNSHAUGHLIN A.C. 02:57:35 02:57:15
517 Bosco Lyons M40 K.C.K. A.C. 02:57:35 02:57:22
518 Derek Vaughan M40 B.M.O.H 02:57:37 02:57:31
519 Gary Cullinan M40   02:57:38 02:57:03
520 Robert Howard MS   02:57:38 02:57:21
521 Ed Maher M35   02:57:41 02:57:34
522 Michael Casserly M35   02:57:41 02:57:30
523 Gordon McWilliams M50 SLI CUALANN A.C. 02:57:43 02:57:30
524 Arthur Beades M40 GALWAY CITY HARRIERS A.C. 02:57:43 02:57:33
525 Ciaran Hughes MS   02:57:43 02:57:36
526 Gerry McParland M50   02:57:43 02:57:24
527 Tony O'Malley M45 MAYO A.C. 02:57:43 02:57:10
528 Brian McGuire M50 EAGLE A.C. 02:57:44 02:57:32
529 Patrick Brennan M35 LETTERKENNY A.C. 02:57:44 02:57:31
530 Niall Ryan M35   02:57:44 02:57:36
531 Tom Fox M50 EAGLE A.C. 02:57:45 02:57:33
532 Mark Hollowed M40   02:57:45 02:55:46
533 Eamon O'Hora MS   02:57:46 02:57:40
534 Anthony O'Shea MS   02:57:46 02:57:40
535 Sean Haughian M40   02:57:46 02:57:15
536 Shane McCarthy M45 CELBRIDGE A.C. 02:57:46 02:57:29
537 Gerry Walsh M35 THOMASTOWN A.C. 02:57:47 02:57:22
538 Michael Rocke M35   02:57:48 02:57:11
539 John Whoriskey M40 MILFORD A.C. 02:57:49 02:57:43
540 Ben Hill M45 SLANEY OLYMPIC A.C. 02:57:50 02:57:32
541 Gavin O'Flynn M35 BRIDEVALE A.C. 02:57:51 02:57:40
542 Chris McGuigan M50 OMAGH HARRIERS 02:57:51 02:57:26
543 Thomas Kelly M35 NEWBRIDGE A.C. 02:57:51 02:57:42
544 Liam Doherty M40 MILFORD A.C. 02:57:53 02:57:39
545 Gareth Horgan M40 CIVIL SERVICE A.C. 02:57:54 02:57:47
546 Richard Bourke M40 ST. FINBARRS A.C. 02:57:57 02:57:29
547 Jamie Malone MS   02:57:58 02:57:50
548 Colm Walsh M35   02:57:58 02:57:37
549 Orla Timmins FS STAR OF THE SEA A.C. 02:57:58 02:57:52
550 Eoin Woolley M35   02:58:00 02:56:52
551 Salvatore Colella M40   02:58:00 02:57:42
552 Niall Donnelly M40   02:58:01 02:57:33
553 Michael Duncan M55 LIFFORD STRABANE A.C. 02:58:04 02:57:07
554 Martin Smith MS   02:58:05 02:57:40
555 Barry Kirkland M45   02:58:05 02:57:52
556 Alan Bernie M35   02:58:06 02:57:59
557 David Mullen MS CLONLIFFE HARRIERS A.C. 02:58:06 02:57:51
558 Liam Somers M40   02:58:07 02:58:02
559 Peter John Hyland M35 LUCAN HARRIERS A.C. 02:58:07 02:57:56
560 Barry Harten M50 TRIM A.C. 02:58:08 02:57:56
561 Ruth Kelly F45 SPORTSWORLD A.C. 02:58:08 02:58:04
562 Davinci Guerra Sanchez M35   02:58:09 02:58:06
563 John Reilly M50 DROGHEDA & DISTRICT A.C. 02:58:09 02:57:54
564 David O'Hara M40   02:58:10 02:57:31
565 Anthony Forristal MS   02:58:10 02:57:40
566 Ross Collins MS   02:58:11 02:57:49
567 David Duke M40   02:58:11 02:58:07
568 Ian Purcell M35   02:58:12 02:58:00
569 Colin Mooney M35 JOG LISBURN RUNNING CLUB 02:58:13 02:57:39
570 Mark Richardson M40   02:58:13 02:57:53
571 Sean Percy M45 TEMPLEMORE A.C. 02:58:13 02:57:58
572 Michael O'Kane M40 SCRABO STRIDERS 02:58:13 02:57:54
573 Andrew McNally MS   02:58:13 02:58:10
574 Karl Milligan M40   02:58:14 02:58:00
575 Ger Redmond M35   02:58:14 02:58:12
576 Paul Cullen M45 RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 02:58:15 02:57:27
577 Gavin Crawford M40   02:58:17 02:58:15
578 Kevin Higgins M35 TRIM A.C. 02:58:17 02:58:05
579 Brian Lalor MS   02:58:17 02:58:13
580 Richard Collier MS   02:58:18 02:58:04
581 John Fox M45 MOY VALLEY A.C. 02:58:20 02:58:10
582 Paul Brady M35 DUNBOYNE AC 02:58:20 02:58:03
583 Christiaan Feehan M35 DUBLIN FRONT RUNNERS A.C. 02:58:21 02:58:16
584 Dan Buckley MS   02:58:21 02:58:05
585 Eoin Fitzpatrick MS   02:58:22 02:58:16
586 John Shanahan M35   02:58:23 02:57:53
587 Jonathan Gill M35   02:58:24 02:58:12
588 Kieran Howard M35   02:58:29 02:56:26
589 Andy Gordon MS SPORTSWORLD A.C. 02:58:30 02:58:06
590 Stephen Meade MS   02:58:30 02:58:00
591 Stephen Rooney M40 WATERGRASSHILL A.C. 02:58:31 02:58:22
592 Stephen Dwyer M40   02:58:31 02:58:10
593 John McCabe MS   02:58:32 02:57:43
594 Oliver Cook MS PACE RUNNING CLUB 02:58:32 02:58:06
595 Shaun Donnelly MS   02:58:32 02:58:19
596 Damien Geraghty MS EAGLE A.C. 02:58:34 02:58:24
597 Damien O'Brien M45 WATERGRASSHILL A.C. 02:58:36 02:58:29
598 Richard Bruce M50 ESKER RUNNING GROUP 02:58:36 02:58:21
599 John Cahill M50 ST. JOHN'S A.C. 02:58:36 02:58:20
600 Sean O'Boyle M40 WESTPORT A.C. 02:58:37 02:58:25
601 Derek Bracken M35 ST. MICHAEL'S AC 02:58:39 02:58:34
602 David Maloney MS   02:58:39 02:58:26
603 Chris McQuaid M35   02:58:39 02:58:30
604 Aoife Kilgallon FS SLIGO A.C. 02:58:39 02:58:16
605 Mark Conaty MS   02:58:40 02:58:31
606 Paul Moran M45 KILKENNY CITY HARRIERS A.C. 02:58:41 02:58:33
607 Nigel Holmes M45   02:58:42 02:58:30
608 Kevin Curran M35 SPORTSWORLD A.C. 02:58:43 02:58:36
609 Richard Phelan MS   02:58:44 02:58:18
610 Martin Crowley M35   02:58:45 02:58:19
611 Vince Varallo M45   02:58:47 02:58:19
612 Mark Basquille M40 MAYO A.C. 02:58:47 02:58:37
613 Ciaran Steed M40 NEWBRIDGE A.C. 02:58:48 02:58:06
614 Derek Smith M40 CELBRIDGE A.C. 02:58:50 02:58:31
615 Ronan Hartnett M40 LUSK A.C. 02:58:50 02:58:47
616 David Cronin MS RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 02:58:51 02:58:46
617 James Wilson M35 CITY OF LISBURN AC 02:58:52 02:58:29
618 Michael McGrinder M50 LIFFORD STRABANE A.C. 02:58:52 02:57:56
619 Colin McShane M40 CROGHAN A.C. 02:58:52 02:58:35
620 Tadhg Hanrahan M35   02:58:54 02:58:45
621 Cian Mangan M45 DUNBOYNE AC 02:58:55 02:58:36
622 Gary Mason MS   02:58:55 02:58:38
623 Fergal Leonard MS CLARA A.C. 02:58:57 02:58:42
624 Richard Bradley M35   02:58:57 02:58:41
625 John Cahill M45   02:59:01 02:58:42
626 John Burton M40 B.M.O.H 02:59:02 02:58:41
627 Stephen Crowley M35   02:59:02 02:58:56
628 John Langan M40   02:59:02 02:58:46
629 Shane Greene M40 CLONMEL A.C. 02:59:03 02:58:34
630 John O'Donnell M40 KILKENNY CITY HARRIERS A.C. 02:59:03 02:58:38
631 John Tackney M35   02:59:03 02:58:39
632 Rachel Birt FS   02:59:03 02:58:49
633 Alastair Higgins M45 DUBLIN BAY RUNNING CLUB 02:59:04 02:58:59
634 Ger Copeland M40   02:59:04 02:58:59
635 Declan Magee M40   02:59:06 02:58:21
636 Eoghan Doolan MS   02:59:07 02:58:54
637 Dermot Slyne M40 EAGLE A.C. 02:59:08 02:58:58
638 Ronan Donohue M45   02:59:08 02:58:41
639 Vincent Lehane M40   02:59:08 02:58:55
640 Andrew Murrray M35   02:59:08 02:58:56
641 Ciat Joyce M40   02:59:10 02:58:49
642 Alan Maher MS   02:59:11 02:58:33
643 Marcus Shipley MS   02:59:11 02:58:47
644 Brian Kennedy M40 B.M.O.H 02:59:12 02:58:52
645 Sean Crotty M40 SLANEY OLYMPIC A.C. 02:59:12 02:58:54
646 Colin Kelly M40   02:59:12 02:58:54
647 Charlie O'Donnell M40 ROSSES A.C. 02:59:13 02:58:13
648 Dale Murray MS WARD PARK RUNNERS 02:59:13 02:59:02
649 Manus McHugh M40 ROSSES A.C. 02:59:13 02:58:13
650 Shane Warner M35   02:59:15 02:58:16
651 Barry Lynch M35   02:59:15 02:59:05
652 John Barrett M40 DUNBOYNE AC 02:59:15 02:58:56
653 Mark Breen M40 GALWAY TRI CLUB 02:59:15 02:58:58
654 Ross Gannon M35 LONGFORD A.C. 02:59:16 02:57:09
655 Liam Hawkes MS   02:59:16 02:58:59
656 Aisling Murray FS CARMEN RUNNERS A.C. 02:59:16 02:59:12
657 Garrett Loy M40   02:59:16 02:58:59
658 Edward Sweeney M40   02:59:17 02:59:03
659 Connor McGuinness M35   02:59:17 02:59:05
660 Eoin Sheehy M40 MILFORD A.C. 02:59:18 02:59:06
661 David McConnell M40   02:59:20 02:59:03
662 Kieran McMorland M40 SOUTH SLIGO A.C. 02:59:20 02:59:03
663 Andrew Lawless M35 KILCOOLE A.C. 02:59:21 02:58:44
664 Andrew Messinger MS   02:59:21 02:58:40
665 Alan Stafford M45 CORRAN A.C 02:59:22 02:58:59
666 Colm Byrne M50   02:59:23 02:58:49
667 Jk Harty M35   02:59:23 02:59:05
668 Niall Enright M40   02:59:23 02:59:11
669 Niamh Donnelly FS ARMAGH AC 02:59:24 02:59:17
670 Alan Nolan M35   02:59:24 02:59:11
671 Peter Byrne M45 OMAGH HARRIERS 02:59:25 02:59:06
672 Barry McCabe M35 RATOATH A.C. 02:59:25 02:59:06
673 Seamus Moore M45 CRUSADERS A.C. 02:59:26 02:59:20
674 Jerome O'Brien MS   02:59:26 02:58:54
675 Stephen Conroy MS CELBRIDGE A.C. 02:59:26 02:59:20
676 John Murray F45 ST. COCA'S A.C. 02:59:28 02:59:20
677 Stephen Powell M40   02:59:29 02:59:08
678 Shane Stafford M35   02:59:29 02:59:26
679 Matthew Blyth M40 LIFFEY VALLEY A.C. 02:59:30 02:59:17
680 Dermot Gough M35   02:59:31 02:59:27
681 Brian McMenamin M35 BOLT RUNNING CLUB 02:59:33 02:59:00
682 Donal Fleming M45 LE CHÉILE AC 02:59:34 02:59:26
683 Fergal Kelly M40   02:59:35 02:59:21
684 Daragh Molloy M40 GALWAY CITY HARRIERS A.C. 02:59:35 02:59:09
685 Michael Nugent M40   02:59:36 02:58:56
686 Robert Thornton M40   02:59:36 02:57:43
687 Michael J Kelly M55   02:59:38 02:59:18
688 David Lipsett M40 NORTH LEITRIM A.C. 02:59:39 02:59:12
689 Barry Hobbs M35   02:59:39 02:59:03
690 Damian Bourke MS   02:59:41 02:59:32
691 Catherine Thornton FS   02:59:41 02:59:37
692 Peter Jones M45   02:59:42 02:59:13
693 John McCormack M40   02:59:42 02:59:31
694 Stephen Lee MS   02:59:45 02:59:40
695 Tom Tennant M40   02:59:48 02:59:44
696 Gareth Burns MS   02:59:49 02:59:35
697 Jeff Ennis MS FR. MURPHY A.C. 02:59:49 02:59:30
698 John Monks M45   02:59:49 02:59:23
699 Keith Markey M40 DUNSHAUGHLIN A.C. 02:59:49 02:59:30
700 Ian Davis M40 KNOCKS RUNNING CLUB 02:59:50 02:59:24
701 Declan Gannon M40 ANNALEE A.C. 02:59:50 02:59:37
702 Karl Kelly M40 INISHOWEN A.C. 02:59:51 02:59:31
703 Brendan O'Driscoll M35 WATERFORD A.C. 02:59:51 02:59:30
704 Chris O'Sullivan MS   02:59:53 02:59:50
705 Vernon Walsh M40 ATHLONE IT A.C. 02:59:53 02:59:37
706 Tomas Sundstrom M40   02:59:54 02:59:14
707 Colin Murphy M40 BLACKROCK AC 02:59:54 02:59:29
708 Barry Moran M40   02:59:54 02:59:49
709 Siobhan O'Doherty FS BORRISOKANE A.C. 02:59:55 02:59:53
710 Michael Counsel M50 TRIM A.C. 02:59:57 02:59:34
711 Robbie McCormick M40   02:59:59 02:59:26
712 Thomas Daly M35 MALLOW A.C. 03:00:00 02:59:56
713 Anthony Doyle MS   03:00:01 02:59:17
714 Adam Flanagan MS CRUSADERS A.C. 03:00:04 03:00:00
715 William Brown M35 BALLYDRAIN HARRIERS 03:00:04 02:58:41
716 Christopher Maloney M50 CLANE A.C. 03:00:05 02:58:44
717 Eoin Brennan MS   03:00:07 02:59:39
718 Matthew Fabbro MS   03:00:08 02:59:46
719 James Loughran M35 NEWRY CITY RUNNERS AC 03:00:09 02:59:34
720 Ruairí Nolan M35 KILDARE A.C. 03:00:22 03:00:06
721 David Lavelle M40   03:00:28 02:59:19
722 Colum Reilly M45   03:00:31 03:00:25
723 Didier Da Costa M45   03:00:37 03:00:30
724 Matt McDowell M40   03:00:38 03:00:00
725 John Sourke M45 ST ABBANS A.C 03:00:46 03:00:09
726 Paul Ryan M45 NEWBRIDGE A.C. 03:00:48 03:00:30
727 Michael Enright M35   03:00:48 03:00:23
728 Neil Cash M35 NEWBRIDGE A.C. 03:00:48 02:59:57
729 Joseph Browne M40   03:00:50 03:00:25
730 John McKenna M35   03:00:53 03:00:43
731 Dominick Branigan M35 CRUSADERS A.C. 03:00:53 03:00:27
732 Mark Davis M45   03:00:55 03:00:40
733 Diarmaid Lane M35 WEST LIMERICK A.C. 03:01:00 03:00:42
734 Jonathan McCaffrey M40   03:01:05 02:59:02
735 Cathal Oakes M45   03:01:05 03:00:27
736 Alan O'Gorman M40   03:01:06 02:59:55
737 Eoin Condron M35   03:01:08 02:59:31
738 John Troy M40   03:01:08 03:00:54
739 Peter Donohoe M60 CELBRIDGE A.C. 03:01:09 03:01:08
740 Paul Acheson M40   03:01:11 03:00:45
741 Sean McCabe M45 CARRICK ACES A.C. 03:01:12 03:00:52
742 Ronan Costelloe MS   03:01:12 03:00:34
743 Darren O'Malley M45   03:01:13 03:00:02
744 Ciarán O'Connor M35   03:01:17 03:01:00
745 Dante Aquino M40 ATHENRY A.C. 03:01:20 03:01:06
746 David Boyle MS   03:01:24 03:01:08
747 Julie Kirwan F35   03:01:25 03:01:08
748 Noel McBride M40   03:01:26 03:00:53
749 Jack Teeling M40   03:01:32 03:01:06
750 Kieran Nolan M40 MULLINGAR HARRIERS A.C. 03:01:35 03:01:31
751 Barry McElduff M45 OMAGH HARRIERS 03:01:36 03:01:17
752 Iain O'Callaghan M35   03:01:37 03:01:00
753 James Flanagan M50 KILMURRAY/IBRICK/N.CLARE A.C. 03:01:39 03:01:33
754 Sebastian Slotwinski M40   03:01:46 03:01:13
755 Darren McKenna MS   03:01:50 03:01:31
756 Paul Boyle M50   03:01:53 03:01:26
757 Patrick Holden M35 LUCAN HARRIERS A.C. 03:01:59 03:01:42
758 Vincent Naughton M40 TARA A.C. 03:02:04 03:01:54
759 Pierre Maloir M55   03:02:09 03:01:48
760 Kevin Conroy M35 OMAGH HARRIERS 03:02:14 03:01:53
761 Gary Condon M45 SLI CUALANN A.C. 03:02:17 03:01:37
762 Sean Russell MS NEWCASTLE & DISTRICT AC 03:02:18 03:02:03
763 Jean-Benoit Paulin MS   03:02:22 03:01:56
764 Derek O'Halloran M45 RATHKENNY A.C. 03:02:23 03:02:07
765 Fran Morrison M55   03:02:26 03:02:02
766 James Beattie M45   03:02:26 03:02:04
767 Cathal Bracken M40   03:02:27 03:02:21
768 Kevin O'Shea M45   03:02:28 03:02:07
769 Martin McKenna M40   03:02:31 03:02:17
770 Chris Quinn M40   03:02:37 03:02:13
771 Peter Gaffey M40   03:02:39 03:02:30
772 Jackie Doherty M50 FOYLE VALLEY AC 03:02:41 03:02:14
773 Hugh Cashell M35 BALBRIGGAN & DISTRICT 03:02:41 03:02:09
774 Darren Price M40 LETTERKENNY A.C. 03:02:45 03:02:31
775 Rob Asher M35 BLACKROCK AC 03:02:49 03:02:21
776 Dee Murray M50   03:02:52 03:02:39
777 Richie Harte MS ST. L. O'TOOLE A.C. 03:02:52 03:02:40
778 Brian Jacob M35   03:02:54 03:02:45
779 Paul Duffy MS INBHEAR DEE A.C. 03:02:55 03:02:42
780 Conor Mooney M40 TULLAMORE HARRIERS A.C. 03:02:56 03:02:44
781 Sarah Irwin FS   03:02:59 03:02:52
782 Jeremy Whitty M45 NEWBRIDGE A.C. 03:03:00 03:02:28
783 Michael Gallagher M45   03:03:00 03:02:39
784 Niall Doyle M45   03:03:01 03:03:00
785 Darren Flynn M45 GRANGE/FERMOY A.C. 03:03:02 03:02:46
786 Karl Fleming MS   03:03:02 03:02:33
787 Noel McLaughlin M40 DUBLIN FRONT RUNNERS A.C. 03:03:04 03:02:42
788 Gearoid O'Leary M35 WATERGRASSHILL A.C. 03:03:06 03:02:28
789 Joe McCracken MS RAHENY SHAMROCK A.C. 03:03:08 03:02:54
790 James Connors M35   03:03:13 03:02:33
791 Patrick Kelly M35 TALLAGHT A.C. 03:03:13 03:03:05
792 David Fletcher M40 TALLAGHT A.C. 03:03:13 03:03:06
793 Seamus Doherty M40   03:03:16 03:02:47
794 Philip Treacy M35 NAVAN A.C. 03:03:20 03:03:10
795 Ian Mac Dougald M40   03:03:22 03:03:07
796 Ryan Coyle M35   03:03:24 03:02:49
797 Stuart McIver M40 BALLYDRAIN HARRIERS 03:03:25 03:02:02
798 Adrian Mostert M45   03:03:26 03:02:52
799 John Nix M40 ST. PETER'S A.C. 03:03:31 03:02:46
800 Laura Kelly FS   03:03:38 03:02:57

Cork Juvenile Teams for National Juvenile Even-Age Cross-Country Championships 2019

Cork Team Selections for Irish Life Health National Juvenile Even-Age Cross-Country Championships 2019

National Sports Campus, Abbottstown, Dublin

Sunday November 24th 2019

 

Athletics Ireland Juvenile Cross Country

 

 

The following are the Cork team selections for the Athletics Ireland National Juvenile Even-Age Cross-Country Championships, to be held in National Sports Campus, Abbottstown, Dublin on Sunday November 24th

Can all athletes selected please confirm their availability, as soon as possible, with John Copithorne, 0861713500, by phone or by text, asap.

Athletes who have NOT confirmed their place by Friday November 1st, may be replaced by the next athlete in line.

Please note that Cork Athletics Competition Secretary, Mary Meagher, is not available, so confirmation is to be made with John Copithorne, 0861713500, by phone or by text


 

Eighty Athletes to Represent Cork

Eighty athletes, from 19 clubs, have been selected to represent Cork at next month's National Juvenile Even-Age Cross-Country Championships, in Abbottstown, Dublin, on Sunday November 24th.  Leevale AC have the highest representation, with twelve athletes named on the squads, while Carraig na bhFear AC are next, with ten representatives

 

ClubAthletes
Leevale AC 12
Carraig na bhFear AC 10
Youghal AC 9
North Cork AC 7
Midleton AC 6
Bandon AC 6
West Muskerry AC 4
Riverstick/Kinsale AC 4
St Catherine's AC 3
Durrus AC 3
Liscarroll AC 3
Doheny AC 2
Grange Fermoy AC 2
Skibbereen AC 2
Blarney Inniscarra AC 2
Belgooly AC 2
Togher AC 2
St Nicholas AC 1

 

Cork Teams

Girls Under-12    Boys Under-12 
Gemma O'Mahony Doheny AC   Cian Ryan Carraig na bhFear AC
Eabha Ni Chonaola West Muskerry AC   Ollie Buckley Riverstick/Kinsale AC
Caoilainn Ryan North Cork AC   Liam O'Driscoll Riverstick/Kinsale AC
Faye O'Riordan Carraig na bhFear AC   Coner Looney Blarney Inniscarra AC
Alicia Moomo Midleton AC   Darragh O'Connor Belgooly AC
Autumn Devereux Youghal AC   Cillian O'Flynn Bandon AC
Heather McCarthy Doheny AC   Tomas Kiely North Cork AC
Ella Dinan Leevale AC   Fionn Hayes Grange Fermoy AC
Rachel O'Flynn Grange Fermoy AC   Sean O'Callaghan North Cork AC
Charlotte Norman St Catherine's AC   Iain Buckley North Cork AC
         
Girls Under-14    Boys Under-14 
Nicole Dinan Leevale AC   John Murphy Liscarroll AC
Claire Crowley Leevale AC   Eoghan O'Connor Belgooly AC
Ava Fitzgerald Carraig na bhFear AC   Roman Borkowski-Hogan North Cork AC
Amy McCarthy Bandon AC   Oisin McCarthy Bandon AC
Emily Brenner Youghal AC   Conor Hayes St Catherine's AC
Caoimhe Flannery Skibbereen AC   Gavin Sweetnam Skibbereen AC
Hannah Arrigan Leevale AC   Jamie Hourihan West Muskerry AC
Sorcha Kilgannon Youghal AC   Aidan Maher Carraig na bhFear AC
Aine Sheridan Carraig na bhFear AC   Timmy Colbert Carraig na bhFear AC
Lucia Duarte West Muskerry AC   Joey O'Callaghan Riverstick/Kinsale AC
         
Girls Under-16    Boys Under-16 
Emma Landers Youghal AC   Sean Lawton Durrus AC
Avril Millerick Youghal AC   Robert Troy Liscarroll AC
Rebecca Kelleher Carraig na bhFear AC   Fionn Harrington Durrus AC
Marie Hynes-McLaughlin Leevale AC   Eoin Quirke Midleton AC
Avril Cashman Youghal AC   Matthew Lee Leevale AC
Alex Cashman Youghal AC   Oisin Whyte Leevale AC
Ellen Meehan North Cork AC   Cian Twomey Togher AC
Lydia Walshe Leevale AC   Fearghal Desmond Leevale AC
Haley Figueredo Leevale AC   Daniel Buckley Leevale AC
Nicole Buckley Riverstick/Kinsale AC   Bill Collins Liscarroll AC
         
Girls Under-18    Boys Under-18 
Lucy O'Keeffe Youghal AC   Gavin Kenny Bandon AC
Sarah Morrison St Nicholas AC   Sean O'Connell Togher AC
Holly Carroll Blarney Inniscarra AC   Fionn Harrington Bandon AC
Aoibheann Lawton Durrus AC   John Spelman Midleton AC
Meghan Carr St Catherine's AC   Luke Hever North Cork AC
Patrice Holmes Leevale AC   Ruairi Harrington Bandon AC
Caoimhe Carey Midleton AC   Daire O'Sullivan Carraig na bhFear AC
Alanna Drennan Midleton AC   Conor O'Neill Youghal AC
Jennifer Kearney Carraig na bhFear AC   Patrick Kelly Midleton AC
Sinead Kearney Carraig na bhFear AC   Tadhg Manning West Muskerry AC

Information and Weather Outlook for Dublin Marathon 2019

Weather Outlook & Information for Sunday's Marathon

KBC Dublin Marathon 2019

9am, Sunday October 27th 2019

 

This page will be updated over the coming days, as weather (in particular) firms up


Weather Outlook as @ Thursday 24th

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12noon Sunday October 27th 2019 - as @ 9pm Thurs 24th

Little or no change in outlook since yesterday (Wednesday 23rd)

 


Weather Outlook as @ Wednesday 23rd

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Four days out, and while you wouldn't put your money on it, the weather forecast for Sunday is looking pretty good: There's a pretty static High coming in. That means Clear Skies and Cold Nights, along with very little Wind. So, for Sunday, it will start off cold, probably with a frosty morning. Temperatures will range from 4C to 10C, and winds of 2m to 3m/sec, from the North or Northwest are likely.  

Before the start, you're best advised to wear gloves, and something on your head, along with some gear that you might throw away, to keep you warm. (Any gear thrown away is collected and donated to charity, or recycled)

 

Follow Your Clubmates, Friends or the Front Runners Live on the Day - Your Choice:


Tracker

 

 Live Streaming

The KBC Dublin Marathon will be live streamed via the KBC Dublin Marathon YouTube Page

Fans will be able to watch every moment of the action live from 8:30am-4:30pm. The commentary team for the day will also be made up of some well-known names from the world of Irish Athletics including Ian O’Riordan, Frank Greally, Susan Walsh, Fintan Reilly, Liam Moggan and Feidhlim Kelly so make sure you tune into all the action

Dublin Marathon Live Stream Link

 Live Link will be available on Sunday

 

Social Media

You will also be able to keep up to date with all the action on the Dublin Marathon Twitter and Facebook pages

 

 

Course Video

This year, there have been more course changes in the initial stages, due to on-going works and testing of the new Luas line. You can get a rapid over view of the course from KBC Dubllin Marathon's video of the course - it's worth looking at.

 

 

 

Course Maps & Elevation Profile

Course Map on Map My Run

 

Water stations, Portaloos, First-Aid etc

route map kbc dublin marathon 2019

 

Download PDF Map

 

Course Map - Satellite View


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Course Elevation Profile

dublin marathon 2017 elevation profile

 

Water Stations

There will be 1,486 volunteers helping on the course on the day.

There will be ten water stations along the route, giving out over 61,000 litres of Tipperary water, and 13,500 bottles of Lucozade Sport:

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21 Miles and

24 Miles

 

Pacing Groups

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Pacers will be running at 10 minute interval target paces, between 3 hours and 5 hours, running the distance at a steady pace, to get their particular pace group over the line at their indicidual target time.  Normally each pace has two, or more, pacers. Towards the later stages, in particular, they tend to split, with one of the pacers leading the group, while the other drops towards the back of the group, offering encouragement to those who may be going through a bad patch. 

 

Parking Info From Marathon Organisers

KBC Dublin Marathon 2019 Parking for Participants and Spectators at Q-Park Stephens Green, Q-Park Setanta and Q-Park Christchurch

Parking is available at Q-Park Stephens Green with entrances on York Street, Mercer Street and Glovers Alley at a reduced rate of €18.00 (50% Discount) for 24 hours parking. Please note Q-Park Stephens Green is open 24 hours per day.

Parking is available at Q-Park Setanta with an entrance on Setanta Place at a reduced rate of €20.00    (50% Discount) for 24 hours parking. Please note Q-Park Setanta is open 24 hours per day.

Parking is available at Q-Park Christchurch with entrance off Werburgh Street  at a reduced rate of €17.50 (50% Discount) for 24 hours parking. Please note Q-Park Christchurch is open 24 hours per day.

The parking offers are only available through pre-booking your parking and are not available at the car park of the day of the event. This offer is available from October 26th – 28th  2019 inclusive.

 

How to Book Your Parking

To avail of these discounts please book online via the link to the Q-Park website below.

Select Dublin Q-Park Stephens Green, Dublin Q-Park Setanta or Dublin Q-Park Christchurch then the Pre Book Parking Now button.

Select the date you require parking and then select the 24 Hour Parking Special product.

Finally enter your details and then use the promo code: KBCDM19 to activate the discount.

Please follow the instructions supplied after booking for easy hassle free entry and exit of car parks.

To book this offer, and for more information on Q-Park car parks, please visit www.q-park.ie


 

Start / Finish Map

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Download Start / Finish Map

Essential Links

Dublin Marathon Live Stream Link

 

Live Tracker


Traffic Information/Road Closures

Previous Winners

 

Elite Fields

Train & DART Service Disruptions

 

 

 

Taking Photos or Videos


Get Involved on the day.....Please use the Social Media Hashtags #KBCDublinMarathon, #KBCDublinRaceSeries and #RunThisTown

 

 

Trains - Cork-Dublin Line

 

Friday 25th October

    19:00hrs Dublin Heuston to Cork is deferred until 19:15hrs
    20:40hrs Limerick Junction to Limerick is deferred until 20:55hrs
    23:10hrs Dublin Heuston to Kildare will operate to Hazelhatch only, bus transfers in operation from Hazelhatch to Sallins

Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th October

Bus transfers will operate between Dublin Heuston and Portarlington with the majority of trains departing Portarlington at the regular time. Some services will be deferred and customers are advised to check the time of their train before departure.

    Bus transfers will operate between Dublin Heuston and Portarlington in both directions
    Direct services to/from Limerick are cancelled
    Limerick to Limerick Junction services are deferred

Check the Iarnrod Eireann Journey Planner for the full list of changes taking place

 



DART Services - Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th October

Due to engineering works between Connolly and Dun Laoghaire, and between Bray and Greystones;

    DART services will operate on the Northside between Howth or Malahide to Dublin Connolly only; and on the Southside between Bray to Dun Laoghaire only
    No DART services will operate between Dublin Connolly and Dun Laoghaire stations, or between Bray and Greystones
    Tara Street, Pearse, Grand Canal Dock, Lansdowne Road, Sandymount, Sydney Parade, Booterstown, Blackrock, Seapoint and Salthill and Monkstown Stations will be closed
    Bus transfers will operate between Dublin Connolly and Greystones for Dublin Connolly to Rosslare Europort services
    Dublin Bus and Go Ahead Ireland will accept valid rail passes

 

Elite Fields

 Elite Men

NumNameCountryInfo
1 Asefa Bekele Ethiopia Winner of Dublin Marathon in 2018 with a PB of 2.13.24. Fourth year in Dublin ran here in 2015,2017 and 2018.
2 Dennis Kipkorir Kenya 10k PB of 30.24.52 from winning the Kansas Relays this year.
3 Mengistu Zelalem Ethiopia  
4 Abdelkabir Saji Morocco PB of 2.12.11 from 2011 in Firenze(Italy). This year ran a best time of 2.16.08 in April in Pyongyang.
5 Hiribo Share Ethiopia  
6 Yurii Rusiuk Ukraine PB from Dublin 2017 in a time of 2.15.56.
7 Joel Mmone South Africa Ran a half marathon PB in July of this year of 1.01.22 in South Africa. Came to Dublin last year but dropped out at 30k. This year has ran a range of distances from 1500 up to half marathon.
8 Tebogo Mathiba South Africa His marathon PB is from Dublin 2017, 2.18.24. This year ran 32.20 for 10k in Johannesburg
9 David Manja South Africa Ran a PB in Dublin 2018 of 2.13.33 to finish 2nd. This year ran 1.03.40 for a half marathon in South Africa.
10 Philimon Maritim Kenya This year has a time of 1.02.04 for a half marathon in Czech Republic, but a pb of 1.00.29 from 2018.
11 Craig Curley USA Craig came to Dublin last year to finish in a time of 2.32.38. Has a PB of 2.15.16 from 2016.
12 Shambel Jimma Ethiopia Ran a PB of 2.10.28 in March of this year to win the Chongqing International Marathon. Also ran 2.12.55 in July this year .
13 Fikru Teshager Ethiopia Has been to Dublin since 2014. Last year ran a time of 2.23.53 to finish 20th. His PB is 2.23.50 from Dublin 2016.
14 Othmane El Goumri Morocco PB from placing 2nd at the Rabat Marathon this year in a time of 2.08.20
15 Azmeraw Molalign Ethiopia PB of 2.07.12 from 2014 in July. Most recent Marathon was also in Dubai in 2017 in a time of 2.10.22
16 Fabio Oliveira Portugal Ran a PB time of 2.24.31 in Aveiro in Portugal.
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18 Wojciech Kopec Poland PB of 2.17.27 from 2014 in Cyprus. This year ran 2.25.14 in April in the Orlen Warsaw Marathon.
19 Ben Fletcher USA Has a legal PB from this year of 2.20.24 from Vienna City Marathon. Places 2nd in April in the Silo District Marathon in Texas.
20 Sean Hehir Ireland (MSB) PB of 2.16.22 from London in 2017. This year ran 2.18.58 also in London. Sean won the 2013 Dublin Marathon and placed top Irishman in 2015.
21 Eoghan Totten Ireland (Newcastle & District AC) Half Marathon PB of 1.06.15 from Barcelona 2018. This year ran the Copenhagen Half Marathon in September in a time of 1.06.53. He also places 4th at the Irish National Championships over 10,000 on the track
22 Sean Tobin Ireland (Clonmel AC) First Marathon. Ran in the World Cross country this year placing 62nd. Has 10k time of 29.06 from placing 6th at the Crescent City Classic in New Orleans this year.
24 Mick Clohisey Ireland (Raheny Shamrock) PB of 2.14.55 from Seville 2018. This year has ran 2.15.06 in London in April. Finished 6th overall in 2018. First Irish man in 2018.
25 Stephen Scullion Ireland (Clonliffe Harriers) Competed in the world championships in Doha finished 43rd in a time of 2.21.31. Has a PB of 2.14.34 from January this year from Houston Marathon. Ran Dublin in 2017 placing 13th.
26 Gary O'Hanlon Ireland (Clonliffe Harriers) PB of 2.17.11 from Dublin 2018. This year ran 2.17.32 in London in April. He also won Cork City marathon this year in June. 2019 will be Gary's 9th Dublin Marathon in a row.
27 Sergiu Ciobanu Ireland (Clonliffe Harriers) PB of 2.15.15 from Berlin in 2015. This year ran 2.19.53 in Rotterdam in April and placed 3rd in Cork City Marathon
28 Hugh Armstrong Ireland (Ballina AC) 10k PB from winning the James Joyce Ramble 10k, Massacheusetts in a time of 30.35 this year.
29 Mark Kirwan Ireland (Raheny Shamrock) Placed 12th in Dublin last year in a PB time of 2.17.37.
30 David Mansfield Ireland (Clonmel AC) PB from Dublin last year of 2.20.15. This year went to Rotterdam in April and ran a time of 2.22.06.
31 David Flynn Ireland (Clonliffe Harriers) First marathon last year in Dublin placing 13th in a time of 2.19.49. This year ran a PB of 1.03.48 when winning the Charleville Half Marathon.
58 Kevin Batt Ireland (DSD AC) Won the Sunshine Coast Half Marathon in Australia this year in a time of 1.04.12.
59 Mark Kenneally Ireland (Clonliffe Harriers) PB of 2.13.55 from Amsterdam 2011.
65 Uladzislau Primau Belarus PB this year in Warsaw of 2.14.29
66 Abdisa Duber Ethiopia  

 

Elite Women

NumNameCountryInfo
101 Mesera Dubiso Ethiopia Winner of Dublin 2018 2.33.49.
102 Caroline Jepchirchir Kenya Placed 5th in Dublin 2018 in a PB time of 2.36.23. This year won Belfast City marathon in a time of 2.36.39.
103 Denbeli Shuke Ethiopia  
104 Shewaye Woldemeskel Ethiopia 2nd in Belfast City Marathon in a PB time of 2.37.35 this year.
105 Tetyana Vernygor Ukraine PB from placed 3rd in Hannover marathon 2012 2.33.48
106 Meseret Alemu Ethiopia PB of 2.32.31 from Slovakia in 2017.
107 Motu Gedefa Ethiopia 2nd in last years' Dublin marathon in 2.34.22. Ran a PB of 2.30.46 this year in China.
108 Gemma Rankin Scotland PB of 2.39.33 from Dublin in 2016. This year has ran 1.20.15 for a half marathon in Glasgow.
109 Vira Ovcharuk Ukraine PB of 2.37.49 from Rome in 2010. Came 3rd in this years Belfast City marathon in a time of 2.38.59.
110 Natasha Cockram Wales Placed 4th last year in Dublin in a time of 2.35.49. Ran a PB of 2.34.18 in Houston Marathon this year.
111 Katie O'Regan USA  
112 Barbara Sanchez Ireland (Clonliffe Harriers) PB of 2.37.14 from Seville 2013. Ran London Marathon in 2017 in a time of 2.47.36.
113 Gladys Ganiel Ireland (North Belfast Harriers) PB from Berlin in 2017 of 2.37.55. This year was 4th in Belfast City Marathon in 2.39.18.
114 Ann-Marie Mc Glynn Ireland (Letterkenny AC) Ran a PB this year in Rotterdam in a time of 2.39.22.
115 Catherine Whoriskey Ireland (City of Derry Spartans) PB of 2.48.41 from Seville in 2017. This year placed 3rd in the Laganside 10k in Belfast.
116 Laura Graham Ireland (Mourne Runners) PB of 2.37.05 from Berlin 2017. Laura was 4th in Dublin 2017. Went to the IAAF World Half Marathon Championships in 2017.
117 Breege Connolly Ireland (City of Derry Spartans) PB from London 2015 of 2.37.29. This year ran Rotterdam in a time of 2.37.50.
118 Siobhan O'Doherty Ireland (Borrisokane AC) 2.45.09 PB from Paris in 2017. Ran Berlin Marathon in September of this year in a time of 2.45.36.
119 Zola Flynn Ireland (Calry AC) PB from last years Dublin Marathon of 2.54.04. Winner of Cork City Marathon 2018.
120 Aoife Cooke Ireland (Eagle AC) PB of 2.46.37 from Amsterdam 2017. Ran 1:20:58 for a half marathon in Lisbon in 2018. Aoife ran a very fast time of 55:17 in the Mallow 10 mile race this year.

 

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Irish Masters Team for British & Irish Masters Cross-Country 2019

Eleven Cork Athletes on Irish Squad for British & Irish Masters Cross-Country Championships 2019

Aintree, Liverpool, UK

Saturday 16th November 2019

 Start of British and Irish Masters Cross Country 2014 Mark Havenhand min

 Photo: Mark Havenhand

Eleven Cork athletes, from three Cork clubs have been selected for the Irish team at the British & Irish Masters Cross-Country Championships in Aintree, Liverpool, UK, next month. The Cork athletes are spread across most of the teams.

Women: Michelle Kenny (Leevale AC) and Breda Gaffney (Mallow AC)

Men: Conor McCauley (Leevale AC), Alan O'Brien (Eagle AC), Paul Moloney (Mallow AC), Brian Kearney (Leevale AC), Tim Twomey (Leevale AC), Ian O'Leary (Leevale AC), John Collins (Leevale AC), Eamonn McEvoy (St Finbarrs AC), Ken Higgs (Eagle AC)

Womens Team

Women 35 
Athlete Club
Fiona Kehoe Kilmore AC
Claire McGuigan Lifford Strabane AC
Kate O'Neill Metro/St. Brigid's AC
Adrianna Mulligan Longford AC
   
Reserves 
Athlete Club
Helen McCready Rosses A.C.
Ailish Malone Clonliffe Harriers AC
   
Women 40 
Athlete Club
Teresa Doherty Finn Valley AC
Natasha Adams Letterkenny AC
Deirde McDermot Dublin City Harriers AC
Michelle Kenny Leevale AC
   
Reserves 
Athlete Club
Aine O'Reilly Mullingar Harriers AC
Catherine Diver Beechmount Harriers AC
   
Women 45 
Athlete Club
Breda Gaffney Mallow AC
Michele Lannon Carrick-on-Shannon AC
Emilia Dan Dunboyne A.C.
Jackie Carty Kilmore AC
   
Reserves 
Athlete Club
Suzanne Foot Sli Cualann A.C.
Anne Marie Conlon  
   
Women 50 
Athlete Club
Mari Johnston Sligo AC
Jacqueline McMonagle City of Derry
Emer Magee Rosses A.C.
Annette Kealy Raheny Shamrock A.C.
   
Reserves 
Athlete Club
Jane Halloran  
Siobhan McCardle Raheny Shamrock A.C.
   
Women 55 
Athlete Club
Niamh O'Sulivan An Ríocht AC
Kay Byrne Finn Valley AC
Michelle O'Mahoney Kilmurray/Ibrick/N.Clare A.C
Mary Watters Navan A.C.
   
Reserves 
Athlete Club
Maura Dervin Mullingar Harriers AC
Fiona Byrne  
   
Women 60 
Athlete Club
Pauline Moran Mayo A.C.
Majella Diskin An Ríocht AC
Noreen Bonner Finn Valley A.C.
Mary Jennings Waterford AC
   
Reserves 
Athlete Club
Gloria Donaghy Finn Valley A.C.
   
Women 65 
Athlete Club
Margaret Glavey Mayo A.C.
Eileen Kenny Mullingar Harriers AC
Brigid McCabe Mullingar Harriers AC
Orla Philips Sli Cualann A.C.
   
Reserves 
Athlete Club
Carmel McDomhnaill West Limerick A.C.
Marion O'Loughin Ennis Track A.C.
   
Women 70 
Athlete Club
Joan Coyle Dundrum South Dublin A.C.
June Comisky Raheny Shamrock A.C.
Rosin Lynch City of Derry A.C. Spartans

 

Mens Team

Men 35 
Athlete Club
Rossa Hurley Donore Harriers
Thomas Lupton Portlaoise AC
Glenn Donnelly Acorns AC
Conor McCauley Leevale AC
John Kinsella Bilboa AC
Brian Conroy Tullamore Harriers
   
Reserves 
Athlete Club
Pierce Geoghegan Liffey Valley AC
Barry Shiel Longford AC
   
Men 40 
Athlete Club
Brian Maher Kilkenny City Harriers AC
Alan O'Brien Eagle AC
Paul Moloney Mallow AC
Dermot McElchar Finn Valley AC
Paddy O'Toole Westport AC
Brian Kearney Leevale AC
   
Reserves 
Athlete Club
Tim Twomey Leevale AC
Niall Sheil St. Killian's AC
   
Men 45 
Athlete Club
Brian Geraghty Sli Cualann AC
Donal Mulligan Longford AC
Declan Toal North East Runners AC
Mark Davis Craughwell AC
Ciaran Doherty Letterkenny AC
Donal Leahy Lios Tuathail AC
   
Reserves 
Athlete Club
Colin Costello Brothers Pearse AC
Ciaran McCarthy Raheny Shamrock AC
   
Men 50 
Athlete Club
Francis Marsh North Down AC
Anthony Doherty Milford AC
Nat Glenn North Belfast Harriers
Ian O'Leary Leevale AC
Ian Egan Castlegar AC
Edwin Keville Rathfarnham W.S.A.F. AC
   
Reserves 
Athlete Club
Peter Clarke Serpentine Running Club
Dominic Horan Sli Cualann AC
   
Men 55 
Athlete Club
Tommy Hughes Rathfarnham W.S.A.F. AC
Phelim Glynn Dunboyne AC
Aengus Burke Portlaoise AC
Mick Byrne Sli Cualann AC
   
Reserves 
Athlete Club
Pat Malone Newbridge AC
Patrick O'Grady Drogheda & District AC
   
Men 60 
Athlete Club
Martin McDonald Ballyroan Abbeyleix & District AC
Mark Connolly Finn Valley AC
Tom Cuddy Rathfarnham W.S.A.F. AC
John Collins Leevale AC
   
Reserves 
Athlete Club
Mattie Coleman Ballina AC
Dessie Shorten Sli Cualann AC
   
Men 65 
Athlete Club
Paul Elliot Beechmount Harriers AC
Brian Lynch North East Runners AC
Michael Jordan North East Runners AC
Eammon McEvoy St Finbarrs AC
   
Reserves 
Athlete Club
Martin Kerr Milford AC
Michael Mac Domhnaill West Limerick AC
   
Men 70 
Athlete Club
Liam O'Hare Barnet and District AC
Ken Higgs Eagle AC
Richard Mullins St. Abbans AC
Barry Potts Donore Harriers A.C.
   
Reserves 
Athlete Club
Michael Smith Laragh A.C.
Albert Keenan Newbridge A.C.
Martin Hynes Tuam A.C.
   
Men 75 
Athlete Club
Joseph Stewart Jog Lisburn Running Club
Pat Healy Portmarnock AC
Martin Keane Athenry AC
Michael Duggan Annalee AC
   
Reserves 
Athlete Club
Jim Langan Tullamore Harriers

Updated Athletics Ireland National Marathon Championship Entries 2019

Updated Entries Listing for Athletics Ireland National Marathon Championship 2019

Dublin

Sunday October 27th 2019

Updated 16:30pm, 18th October 2019

 

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The Athletics Ireland National Marathon Championship will be incorporated in the KBC Airtricity Dublin Marathon, on Sunday October 27th 2019

 

Championship Times

Last year there was a lot of grief with Championship Times, when all championship times, both individual and team, were based on the Gun Time for Wave 1. As a result, Championship entrants were "penalised" by up to 45 minutes (Wave 4), before they even ran a single step.

Thankfully there has been a compromise that appears to address the issue: "All National Marathon Championship results will be based on gun times. There will be 4 waves, with each having a separate gun time."

 

This means that you will NOT be time penalised is you start in Waves 2, 3 or 4. So, someone running a gun time of, say 3:45:00, in Wave 2, will be credited with 3:45:00. Last year, the additional 15 minutes (9:15am start) would have been added, giving an official gun time of 4:00:00.  Relief all-round!

 

Listings

Athletics Ireland has released the FINAL listing of entries in the National Marathon Championship.  The listings were supplied by Dublin BHAA, organisers of the Dublin City Marathon, and were drawn from the online entries inputted by competitors.

As with every other year, the entry list is strewn with errors: Many entrants omitted to select their club from the dropdown list, others selected the wrong club from the listing. Consequently it is vital that all athletes, and clubs, check the listings, to ensure that all their members are included, and, where there are errors or omissions, notify This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. BY 1PM on Wednesday NEXT October 23rd.

 

All entries into the National Marathon must be submitted by 1pm on Wednesday, October 23rd. No changes can be made after this time.

If you have a query about the published list, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. DIRECTLY



NB: Every year this listing causes much anguish and consternation, with clubs and individuals omitted.  When entering the Marathon, athletes can select their Athletics Ireland club from the drop-down listing. ...and that is where the problems start!

 

The club listing is initially formed from a list of 'current' clubs, supplied by Athletics Ireland. Unfortunately the list supplied to the marathon organisers is sometimes not up-to-date, so newer clubs, or clubs whose names have changed are often missing.

 

 

Athletics Ireland National Marathon Championship Entry List (PDF File)
List valid 16:30 18th October 2019

If you are not in the current list, please contact AAI, DIRECTLY, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your Dublin City Marathon order number, URN number and your club. You cannot be added to the National Marathon without this information.



Team Declaration Form

Team declarations MUST be submitted, on the official Team Declaration Form, by 1pm on Wednesday October 23rd.


 

Gender

There are a total of 3,849 entries in the Championship. Men comprise 58.15% of the field, with 2,238 runners, with the women's share coming to 41.85%, and 1,611 runners

 

Number of Championship Entries by Club
 (Clubs with 10 or more entries)

Athletics Ireland ClubEntries
Raheny Shamrock A.C. 101
Crusaders A.C. 95
Tullamore Harriers A.C. 80
Drogheda & District A.C. 74
Mayo A.C. 67
Brothers Pearse A.C. 65
Clonmel A.C. 61
1ZER01 58
Marathon Club Ireland 57
Tallaght A.C. 53
West Waterford A.C. 51
Blackrock (Dublin) A.C. 49
Dunboyne A.C. 49
Trim A.C. 49
Portmarnock A.C. 48
Carrick Aces A.C. 46
Lusk A.C. 46
Waterstown Warriors A.C. 45
Donore Harriers 42
Eagle A.C. 40
Sli Cualann A.C. 40
Mullingar Harriers A.C. 39
Sportsworld A.C. 38
Watergrasshill A.C. 38
Athenry A.C. 37
Lucan Harriers A.C. 36
Sligo A.C. 35
Clonliffe Harriers A.C. 34
Le Cheile A.C. 34
Foyle Valley A.C. 32
Monaghan Phoenix A.C. 31
Slaney Olympic A.C. 31
Navan A.C. 30
Ballina A.C. 29
Mallow A.C. 29
Balbriggan & District 28
Dunshaughlin A.C. 28
Newbridge A.C. 28
St. Finbarrs A.C. 28
Star of the Sea A.C. 28
Celbridge A.C. 27
Dublin Front Runners A.C. 27
Monaghan Town Runners 27
St. Coca's A.C. 27
St. Michael's A.C. 27
Galway City Harriers A.C. 26
West Limerick A.C. 26
Grange/Fermoy A.C. 25
Kilcoole A.C. 25
Moynalty A.C. 25
North Belfast Harriers 25
Craughwell A.C. 24
North East Runners A.C. 24
Carraig-Na-Bhfear A.C. 23
United Striders A.C. 23
Milford A.C. 22
Civil Service A.C. 20
Dundrum South Dublin A.C. 20
East Down AC 20
Edenderry A.C. 20
Kilkenny City Harriers A.C. 20
Metro/St. Brigid's A.C. 20
Naas A.C. 20
Tir Chonaill A.C. 20
Birr A.C. 19
Sliabh Bhuide Rovers A.C. 19
St. L. O'Toole A.C. 19
Cilles A.C. 18
Donadea Running Club 18
Midleton A.C. 18
Rathfarnham W.S.A.F. A.C. 18
Coalisland Na Fianna Runners 17
Donoughmore A.C. 17
Roscommon Harriers A.C. 17
Slieve Gullion Runners 17
St. Joseph's A.C. 17
Bweeng Trail Blazers 16
Dublin Bay Running Club 16
Duleek & District A.C. 16
Inbhear Mor A.C. 15
Jog Lisburn Running Club 15
Letterkenny A.C. 15
Rosscarbery Steam Runners A.C. 15
Scrabo Striders 15
Acorns AC 14
Inishowen A.C. 14
Jog Moira 14
Newcastle & District AC 14
North Sligo A.C. 14
Omagh Harriers 14
Rock Runners 14
Rosses A.C. 14
Sperrin Harriers 14
Tuam A.C. 14
Ballymore Cobh A.C. 13
Blackrock A.C. 13
Glenmore A.C. 13
Longford A.C. 13
Ratoath A.C. 13
Seapark AC 13
Waterford A.C. 13
Wexford Marathon Club 13
Ballymena Runners AC 12
Blayney Rockets A.C. 12
Lifford Strabane A.C. 12
Newry City Runners AC 12
Rasharkin Runners 12
Springwell Running Club 12
St. Peter's A.C. 12
Westport A.C. 12
Athlone IT A.C. 11
Corran A.C 11
Croghan A.C. 11
Enniskillen R.C. 11
Fr. Murphy A.C. 11
Liffey Valley A.C. 11
Loughrea A.C. 11
Mooreabbey Milers A.C 11
Templemore A.C. 11
Aghada Running Club ARC 10
An Bru A.C. 10
Carmen Runners A.C. 10
Co Antrim Harriers 10
Fingallians A.C. 10
Magherafelt Harriers 10
Murlough AC 10
Shercock A.C. 10
St. Catherine's A.C. 10

 

Cork Club Representation

There are 392 Cork Athletes, from 37 Cork Clubs, so just approx. 2/3rds registered Cork clubs are represented. Eagle AC (40), Watergrasshill AC (45), Mallow AC (29), and St. Finbarrs AC and Mallow AC both with (29) have the largest Cork representations, and, with a strong Cork pedigree in the Marathon Championship, no doubt, all five clubs will be chasing various Team and Individual honours.


Athletics Ireland ClubEntries
Eagle AC 40
Watergrasshill AC 45
Mallow AC 29
St. Finbarrs AC 29
Grange/Fermoy AC 25
Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC 23
Middleton AC 18
Donoughmore AC 17
Bweeng Trail Blazers 16
Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC 15
Ballymore Cobh AC 13
St. Catherine's AC 10
Aghada Running Club ARC 10
North Cork AC 9
Galtee Runners AC 8
Ballintotis Fit4Life 8
Dromahane Road Runners AC 8
Mount Hilary AC 7
St. Nicholas AC 7
Watergrasshill AC 45
Youghal AC 7
Togher AC 6
Beara AC 6
Churchtown Road Runners 5
West Muskerry AC 4
Bridevale AC 4
  0
Tracton AC 3
Bandon AC 3
Carrigtwohill AC 3
Fota Island Running Club 3
Clonakilty Road Runners 2
Durrus AC 2
Carrigaline AC 1
Doneraile AC 1
Glanmire AC 1
Riverstick/Kinsale AC 1

 

Individual Championship Entries

This listing was compiled, by Athletics Ireland, from entry data submitted by individual athletes. As stated earlier a number of those on the Cork listing are NOT registered Athletics Ireland athletes.  Even though your name may be on this list, you will *NOT* be included in the Championship, if you remain unregistered.  Don't be disappointed - register your athletes!

 

If you are not in the current list, please contact AAI, DIRECTLY, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your Dublin City Marathon order number, URN number and your club. You cannot be added to the National Marathon without this information.

 

Cork Listings as at October 18th

ForenameSurnameAthletics Ireland ClubCat
Paul Pomphrett Aghada Running Club ARC M35
Robert Walsh Aghada Running Club ARC M40
Sean Norris Aghada Running Club ARC M40
Aiden Twomey Aghada Running Club ARC M40
Jim Morgan Aghada Running Club ARC M45
Eoin Pomphrett Aghada Running Club ARC M45
Siobhan Hughes Aghada Running Club ARC F35
Lucia Jancik Aghada Running Club ARC F35
Una Martin Aghada Running Club ARC F40
Therese Ryan Aghada Running Club ARC F45
Keith Mills Ballintotis Fit4Life M35
Shane Carroll Ballintotis Fit4Life M35
Kieran Lynch Ballintotis Fit4Life M40
Andrew De Klerk Ballintotis Fit4Life M40
Simon Davies Ballintotis Fit4Life M45
Paul O'Connell Ballintotis Fit4Life M45
Tim Troy Ballintotis Fit4Life M50
Antoinette Cody Ballintotis Fit4Life F40
Harry Gibbs Ballymore Cobh AC M35
David Fleming Ballymore Cobh AC M40
Alex Eaton Ballymore Cobh AC M45
Damien Whelan Ballymore Cobh AC M45
Fergal Quinlan Ballymore Cobh AC M45
Stephen Ryan Ballymore Cobh AC M45
Lisa Cummins Ballymore Cobh AC F35
Katherine Farrell Ballymore Cobh AC F40
Leilia Pender Ballymore Cobh AC F40
Karen Leahy Ballymore Cobh AC F40
Deirdre Meyler Ballymore Cobh AC F40
Heike Von Heyne Ballymore Cobh AC F40
Bernadette Navin Ballymore Cobh AC F45
David Craig Bandon AC M40
David Craig Bandon AC M40
Moira Callanan Bandon AC F45
Mark Gallagher Beara AC M45
John O'Shea Beara AC M45
Ciaran O'Sullivan Beara AC M45
Marie Twomey Beara AC F35
Natalie Treacher Beara AC F35
Carol Hurley Beara AC F45
John Dorgan Bridevale AC M40
Alan Barry Bridevale AC M45
Terry Broderick Bridevale AC M45
Dermot Johnson Bridevale AC M50
Brian Barry Bweeng Trail Blazers M40
Brian Ahern Bweeng Trail Blazers M40
Gary O'Donovan Bweeng Trail Blazers M45
Paul Heffernan Bweeng Trail Blazers M45
Anthony Patterson Bweeng Trail Blazers M50
Tony O'Sullivan Bweeng Trail Blazers M50
Fiona Barry Bweeng Trail Blazers F35
Cecilia O'Connell Bweeng Trail Blazers F40
Fiona Patterson Bweeng Trail Blazers F40
Linda Murphy Bweeng Trail Blazers F40
Denise O'Donovan Bweeng Trail Blazers F40
Nicole Odonovan Bweeng Trail Blazers F40
Anne O'Sullivan Bweeng Trail Blazers F40
Siobhan Heffernan Bweeng Trail Blazers F45
Siobhan Heffernan Bweeng Trail Blazers F45
Mary Murphy Bweeng Trail Blazers F50
Caroline Donovan Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC F40
Sonya Walsh Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC F45
Adam Farrell Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC M35
Alan Davis Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC M40
Willie Walsh Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC M40
Tony Dunne Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC M45
Gus Keohane Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC M45
Ted Whooley Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC M45
Robert Boyle Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC M45
Dave Foley Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC M45
Michael Daly Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC M45
Philip Coffey Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC M45
David Mullins Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC M50
Martin Hurley Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC M50
Paul Noonan Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC M50
David Oriordan Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC M50
Christy Murphy Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC M60
Cliona Hurley Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC F40
Liza Davis Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC F45
Janet Forrest Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC F45
Paula O'Riordan Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC F50
Yvonne O'Connor Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC F50
Eileen Murphy Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC F55
Marie Kehoe Carrigaline AC F40
Michael O'Connor Carrigtwohill AC M40
Ciara Dennis Carrigtwohill AC F35
Deirdre Harrigan Carrigtwohill AC F35
Derry Tierney Churchtown Road Runners M50
Margie O'Connor Churchtown Road Runners SW
Martina Moloney Churchtown Road Runners F35
Linda Malone Churchtown Road Runners F35
Catherine Hanlon Churchtown Road Runners F45
John Twomey Clonakilty Road Runners M40
Eileen Collins Clonakilty Road Runners F45
Sigita Norutiene Doneraile AC F35
Don Golden Donoughmore AC M40
Vincent Buckley Donoughmore AC M45
Colm Menton Donoughmore AC M45
Conor Fox Donoughmore AC M45
Paul Healy Donoughmore AC M45
Sean O'Callaghan Donoughmore AC M45
John Morrissey Donoughmore AC M50
Mark Bulman Donoughmore AC M55
Liam Lynch Donoughmore AC M60
Breeda McGinn Donoughmore AC SW
Amy Daly Donoughmore AC SW
Annette Golden Donoughmore AC F45
Josephine Kelleher Donoughmore AC F45
Sheila O'Callaghan Donoughmore AC F45
Niamh Menton Donoughmore AC F50
Mary Buckley Donoughmore AC F55
Maureen Lynch Donoughmore AC F60
Kieran Byrne Dromahane Road Runners AC SM
John Hayes Dromahane Road Runners AC M40
Kevin Quaid Dromahane Road Runners AC M40
Denis Creedon Dromahane Road Runners AC M45
Olivia O'Callaghan Dromahane Road Runners AC SW
Pauline Creedon Dromahane Road Runners AC F35
Orla Cunnane Dromahane Road Runners AC F40
Cecelia Cremin Dromahane Road Runners AC F50
Deirdre O'Brien Durrus AC F40
Carmel Nash Durrus AC F45
Damien Geraghty Eagle AC SM
Padraic Maher Eagle AC M35
Damian Kenneally Eagle AC M35
John Swanton Eagle AC M35
Mike Forde Eagle AC M40
Mark Smith Eagle AC M40
Fergus Nugent Eagle AC M40
Donal Dowling Eagle AC M40
Eddie Trindle Eagle AC M40
Darren Casey Eagle AC M40
Glenn Kenneally Eagle AC M40
Dermot Slyne Eagle AC M40
Paul Cotter Eagle AC M40
Finbarr Lehane Eagle AC M45
Gary Gibbons Eagle AC M45
Vivian Foley Eagle AC M45
Gregg Moore Eagle AC M45
John Sheehan Eagle AC M50
Ruairi Egan Eagle AC M50
Brian McGuire Eagle AC M50
Derek Costello Eagle AC M50
Tom Fox Eagle AC M50
Martin Leahy Eagle AC M55
Ronan Boland Eagle AC M55
Mairead Lonergan Eagle AC F35
Sandra Manning Eagle AC F35
Karen Kelleher Eagle AC F40
Karen Bevan Eagle AC F40
Olivia Holmes Eagle AC F40
Dympna Connolly Eagle AC F40
Olive Dooley Eagle AC F40
Siobhan Holland Eagle AC F40
Don Keogh Eagle AC SM
Sean O'Keeffe Eagle AC M40
James Quinlan Eagle AC M40
Colin O'Herlihy Eagle AC M45
Helen Cronin Eagle AC F35
Catherine Murphy Eagle AC F40
Catherine McCarthy Eagle AC F45
Ken Nyhan Eagle AC M40
Colm Spillane Fota Island Running Club M40
Steve Palmer Fota Island Running Club M45
Clare Forde Fota Island Running Club F35
Neil Quinlan Galtee Runners AC M35
Jamie Walsh Galtee Runners AC M40
Shane Hanley Galtee Runners AC M40
Johnny O'Sullivan Galtee Runners AC M45
Johnny O'Sullivan Galtee Runners AC M45
Johnny O'Sullivan Galtee Runners AC M45
Denis Davern Galtee Runners AC M55
Sabrina Hickey Galtee Runners AC F40
Alan Scanlan Glanmire AC M50
Alan Clancy Grange/Fermoy AC M35
Mark Pyne Grange/Fermoy AC M40
Kealan O'Connor Grange/Fermoy AC M45
Peter O'Brien Grange/Fermoy AC M35
David Greene Grange/Fermoy AC M35
Francis Morrisson Grange/Fermoy AC M40
Darren Flynn Grange/Fermoy AC M45
Gary Clerkin Grange/Fermoy AC M45
Conor Bartley Grange/Fermoy AC M45
Brendan O'Mahony Grange/Fermoy AC M45
John Murphy Grange/Fermoy AC M50
Martin Healy Grange/Fermoy AC M50
Dave Bartley Grange/Fermoy AC M50
Des White Grange/Fermoy AC M55
Michael Pratt Grange/Fermoy AC M55
Tony Dunne Grange/Fermoy AC M75
Eileen Finn Grange/Fermoy AC F35
Karen Kenny Grange/Fermoy AC F35
Ellen Hanley Grange/Fermoy AC F40
Mary-Clare Healy Grange/Fermoy AC F50
Clotilde Fitzgibbon Grange/Fermoy AC F50
Angela O'Mahony Grange/Fermoy AC F50
Joan Ennis Grange/Fermoy AC F55
Judi Baker Grange/Fermoy AC F55
Maggie Dunne Grange/Fermoy AC F70
Andrew Sheehan Leevale AC SM
Joe Power Leevale AC M45
Denis Sheehan Leevale AC M45
John Kenny Mallow AC M40
Peadar Lucey Mallow AC M40
Michael Clancy Mallow AC M40
Gary Relihan Mallow AC M45
Cathal Daly Mallow AC M45
John Collins Mallow AC M45
Padraic Birmingham Mallow AC M45
Aidan Buckley Mallow AC M45
John Kelly Mallow AC M45
Gerard Vowles Mallow AC M45
Len Hanrahan Mallow AC M45
Colm Sheehan Mallow AC M50
Darragh Wiley Mallow AC M50
Barry Murphy Mallow AC M50
Lisa Guerin Mallow AC F35
Maria Flynn Mallow AC F35
Lisa Barrow Mallow AC F40
Aileen Field Mallow AC F40
Caroline Sheehan Mallow AC F40
Denise Cronin Mallow AC F40
Joan Ryan Mallow AC F45
Eavan Long Mallow AC F45
Mary Vowles Mallow AC F50
Deirdre Glynn Mallow AC F50
Pat Healy Mallow AC M40
John Teape Mallow AC M50
Denise O'Connor Mallow AC SW
Anne Teape Mallow AC F45
Jean McDonnell Mallow AC F45
Brian Martin Middleton AC M50
Edwin Cashman Middleton AC M35
Derek Ahern Middleton AC M40
Mark Cronin Middleton AC M40
Morgan O'Regan Middleton AC M40
Kevin Smith Middleton AC M40
David Ginnell Middleton AC M45
Ger O'Regan Middleton AC M50
Paul Kierans Middleton AC M50
Mark Walsh Middleton AC M55
Colette Dalton Middleton AC F35
Claire Parker Middleton AC F35
Karen Davis Middleton AC F35
Louise Barry Middleton AC F35
Yvonne Fitzgerald Middleton AC F40
Margaret Jones Middleton AC F50
Marian Ahern Middleton AC F50
Helen Gilroy Middleton AC F50
Stephen O'Regan Mount Hilary AC M35
Maeve Kiely Mount Hilary AC F40
Danny Hickey Mount Hilary AC M40
Deirdre Fallon Mount Hilary AC F35
Lisa Quirke Mount Hilary AC F40
Mary Boyce Mount Hilary AC F45
Patrick O'Keeffe Mount Hilary AC F50
Rick Houghton North Cork AC M45
Tj Bluett North Cork AC M45
John Brady North Cork AC M60
Paula Ryan North Cork AC SW
Brigita Lukste North Cork AC F35
Jean Hanlon North Cork AC F45
Debbie Buckley North Cork AC F50
Maria Mullins North Cork AC F50
Julie Riordan North Cork AC F50
Vincent O'Brien Riverstick/Kinsale AC M45
Ger Browne Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC M40
Adrian Roycroft Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC M45
Denis Calnan Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC M45
Gordon Duffy Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC M50
Wayne Howarth Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC M50
Pearse Barrett Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC M50
Martin Deasy Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC M55
Triona Twomey Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC SW
Irene Herlihy Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC F40
Lisa Murphy Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC F40
Janis Herlihy Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC F40
Noreen Coakley Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC F40
Naomi Roycroft Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC F45
Ellen Ahern Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC F45
Fiona Campbell Rosscarbery Steam Runners AC F45
Jeremy O'Donovan St Finbarrs AC M40
Jonathan Kenneally St. Catherine's AC M35
John Beecher St. Catherine's AC M35
Patrick Ryan St. Catherine's AC M35
Brendan Hickey St. Catherine's AC M40
Keith Barry St. Catherine's AC M40
Colin Cunningham St. Catherine's AC M45
Pat Costigan St. Catherine's AC M45
Frank Goss St. Catherine's AC M45
Georgina Cunningham St. Catherine's AC F40
Betty Walsh St. Catherine's AC F45
Jason Nichol St. Finbarrs AC M35
Alan Lehane St. Finbarrs AC M35
Paul Gallagher St. Finbarrs AC M40
Dave Morgan St. Finbarrs AC M40
Richard Bourke St. Finbarrs AC M40
Michael Corbett St. Finbarrs AC M40
Kevin O'Donovan St. Finbarrs AC M40
Brian Murphy St. Finbarrs AC M45
Michael Linehan St. Finbarrs AC M45
Dave O'Regan St. Finbarrs AC M50
John Fitzgibbons St. Finbarrs AC M50
Ken Devine St. Finbarrs AC M50
Cathal O'Connell St. Finbarrs AC M55
Dan Kennedy St. Finbarrs AC M65
Anita Locke St. Finbarrs AC F35
Irene Eighan St. Finbarrs AC F35
Anita Murphy St. Finbarrs AC F35
Ailise McNulty St. Finbarrs AC F35
Riina Kuuselo St. Finbarrs AC F40
Siobhan Healy St. Finbarrs AC F40
Lorraine O'Sullivan St. Finbarrs AC F40
Katie Hickson St. Finbarrs AC F40
Niamh Cronin St. Finbarrs AC F40
Sorcha Kearney St. Finbarrs AC F40
Kathy Bradford St. Finbarrs AC F45
Geraldine O'Shea St. Finbarrs AC F50
Mairi Henderson St. Finbarrs AC F50
Mary Mulcahy St. Finbarrs AC F55
Tom Quirke St. Nicholas AC M35
Paul Evans St. Nicholas AC M40
Richard Morrison St. Nicholas AC M40
Pat Bransfield St. Nicholas AC M55
Marie Barry St. Nicholas AC F35
Liz Foley St. Nicholas AC F45
Etha Murphy St. Nicholas AC F45
Eric Browne Togher AC M35
Billy Gough Togher AC M50
Elaine Collins Togher AC SW
Kelly Foley Togher AC F35
Claire Dunne Togher AC F40
Yvonne Gough Togher AC F50
John Goggin Tracton AC M40
Grainne Lynch Tracton AC F40
Louise Hayes Tracton AC F40
Sean Ahern Watergrasshill AC SM
Denis Fitzgerald Watergrasshill AC M35
Alan Hurson Watergrasshill AC M35
Eric Foley Watergrasshill AC M40
Stephen Hurley Watergrasshill AC M40
James Forrest Watergrasshill AC M40
Liam Tracey Watergrasshill AC M40
Iain Quinlan Watergrasshill AC M40
Conor Mullane Watergrasshill AC M40
Laura Rooney Watergrasshill AC M40
Kevin Fennessy Watergrasshill AC M40
Stephen Rooney Watergrasshill AC M40
Steve Dunlea Watergrasshill AC M45
Steve Dunlea Watergrasshill AC M45
Stuart Roche Watergrasshill AC M45
Len O'Sullivan Watergrasshill AC M45
Peter Quirke Watergrasshill AC M45
Aidan Fitzsimons Watergrasshill AC M50
Alan Foley Watergrasshill AC M50
Tadgh Hanley Watergrasshill AC M50
Mick Murray Watergrasshill AC M50
Liam Murphy Watergrasshill AC M50
Joe O'Riordan Watergrasshill AC M55
Lauraine Hedderman Watergrasshill AC SW
Andrea Houlihan Watergrasshill AC SW
Leona Browne Watergrasshill AC F35
Colette O'Donoghue Watergrasshill AC F35
Melanie Davis Watergrasshill AC F35
Ciara Magner Watergrasshill AC F35
Julianne Buckley Watergrasshill AC F35
Eleanor Fennessy Watergrasshill AC F40
Brenda Canty Watergrasshill AC F40
Nessa Goggin Watergrasshill AC F40
Gwen Conroy Watergrasshill AC F40
Aislinn Hurley Watergrasshill AC F40
Lisa Crowley Watergrasshill AC F45
Claire O'Connell Watergrasshill AC F45
Dolores Duffy Watergrasshill AC F50
Andy Goulding Watergrasshill AC SM
Matthew Browne Watergrasshill AC M35
David Mullins Watergrasshill AC M40
Paul O'Mahony Watergrasshill AC M45
Damien O'Brien Watergrasshill AC M45
Yvonne Sheahan Watergrasshill AC F35
Noreen O'Keefe Watergrasshill AC F45
Jeremy Kelleher West Muskerry AC M40
Jerry Cronin West Muskerry AC M40
Donal Twomey West Muskerry AC M45
Valerie Neville West Muskerry AC F40
Sean Ahern Youghal AC M40
Ken Harney Youghal AC M45
Chloe Walsh Youghal AC SW
Una Dunn Youghal AC F35
Ursula Nicholson Youghal AC F40
Finola Brennan Youghal AC F40
Finnuala Russell Youghal AC F45

Marathon Advice - The Last Two Weeks

Cork Athletics Webmaster's Advice for the Final Two Weeks Before Your Marathon

 marathon advice last two weeks

 

Long Run & Speedwork

Long run two weeks before event: 15 max - EASY!!! pace.

DON'T be tempted to do any last minute long runs or strenuous speedwork in the last two weeks, but particularly in the final week. You CAN'T do too little....but you CAN do too much. The last two weeks are for tapering and building up glycogen stores in the body.

 

Do too much now and you'll blow your full potential!

 

Missed speed sessions or long runs, due to injury or illness? DON'T try to get it in at this stage. If you've missed a lot, maybe scale back on your expectations. If you've only missed a little, you'll probably be OK...just DON'T try to make up for lost training time now.

 

Mon/Tues of last week before event: Last speed work - light speed session, holding back, or 2 miles med/hard, but NOT all out.

 

Any heavy work in the last 10 days WILL do you damage. Its hard to do too little, but you can very easily do too much!!

 

Fluids

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For the last 10 days (before the event) or so, get plenty of fluids on board. Drink WATER often, several times a day - more than normal. By Fri/Sat week, you need literally to have to get up during the night to get rid of excess.

Excuse the detail: your aim (no pun intended) is light-straw coloured urine at all times (this is the acid test) [not uric acid <grin>]. If you drink a lot in one go, it will become clear but will return to "normal" after some time (12-24 hours) Proper hydration will keep it clear all the time.  Binge drinking water/fluids may flush out the electrolytes from your system, making fatigue and cramp more likely.  Drink little and often - allow your system to find its natural equilibrium.

 

Drink

runner drinking alcohol

Alcohol - will dehydrate you - go easy for the last 4 or 5 days, particularly last 2 days (too little
time to flush system & rehydrate fully).

 

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Soft drinks - too much will deplete your potassium levels.

Apparently even a 2% deficit in hydration levels will have a HUGE detrimental effect on performance.

 

Carbo Depletion/Loading

Depletion - cutting out/down on carbohydrate for 3-4 days - Probably not a good idea - tried it once. Current wisdom is against it.

CarboLoading

runner carbo loading

Definitely a good idea. Will be less effective if you don't hydrate AND get plenty of vitamin C on board. For the last 4 days or so get PLENTY of carbohydrates in - substitute carbos for protein.

Protein

protein meat

Burns dirty. Eat very little protein in last 24 to 36 hours, same goes for high fibre foods, otherwise you will probably need to stop for a (p)it stop in the first 10 miles or so.

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Download Cork Athletics Webmasters Advice - PDF File

John Quigley, Cork Athletics Webmaster, has a Marathon best of 2:46:03, has run 26 Marathons in all, and has been running for over three decades.

Tracker Livestream and Weather for Dublin Marathon 2019

Weather, Tracker & Livestream for KBC Dublin Marathon

KBC Dublin Marathon 2019

9am, Sunday October 27th 2019

 

Weather Outlook as @ 8pm Saturday October 26th

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9am Sunday October 27th 2019 - as @ 8pm Sat 26th
12noon Sunday October 27th 2019 - as @ 8pm Sat 26th

Predicted weather: No Rain, Little or No Wind - 2 to 3 metres per second, but somewhat chilly, at 4 to 10C - Somewhat similar to today (Saturday)

 

What to Wear

Running:  wear what you'd already planned. Maybe wear light gloves, if you have them.


Spectating: Wrap up well, particularly is you're going to be in a shaded location, or if you're going to be out for a long time.

 

 

Follow Your Clubmates, Friends or the Front Runners Live on the Day - Your Choice:


Tracker

 

 Live Streaming

Dublin Marathon Live Stream Link

 Live Link will be available on Sunday

 

Social Media

You will also be able to keep up to date with all the action on the

 

Dublin Marathon Twitter

 

and 

 

Dublin Marathon Facebook


The KBC Dublin Marathon will be live streamed via the KBC Dublin Marathon YouTube Page

Fans will be able to watch every moment of the action live from 8:30am-4:30pm. The commentary team for the day will also be made up of some well-known names from the world of Irish Athletics including Ian O’Riordan, Frank Greally, Susan Walsh, Fintan Reilly, Liam Moggan and Feidhlim Kelly so make sure you tune into all the action

 

Course Video

This year, there have been more course changes in the initial stages, due to on-going works and testing of the new Luas line. You can get a rapid over view of the course from KBC Dubllin Marathon's video of the course - it's worth looking at.

 

 

 

Course Maps & Elevation Profile

Course Map on Map My Run

 

Water stations, Portaloos, First-Aid etc

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Download PDF Map

 

Course Map - Satellite View


dublin marathon 2017 course route map satellite

 

Course Elevation Profile

dublin marathon 2017 elevation profile

 

Parking Info From Marathon Organisers

KBC Dublin Marathon 2019 Parking for Participants and Spectators at Q-Park Stephens Green, Q-Park Setanta and Q-Park Christchurch

Parking is available at Q-Park Stephens Green with entrances on York Street, Mercer Street and Glovers Alley at a reduced rate of €18.00 (50% Discount) for 24 hours parking. Please note Q-Park Stephens Green is open 24 hours per day.

Parking is available at Q-Park Setanta with an entrance on Setanta Place at a reduced rate of €20.00    (50% Discount) for 24 hours parking. Please note Q-Park Setanta is open 24 hours per day.

Parking is available at Q-Park Christchurch with entrance off Werburgh Street  at a reduced rate of €17.50 (50% Discount) for 24 hours parking. Please note Q-Park Christchurch is open 24 hours per day.

The parking offers are only available through pre-booking your parking and are not available at the car park of the day of the event. This offer is available from October 26th – 28th  2019 inclusive.

 

How to Book Your Parking

To avail of these discounts please book online via the link to the Q-Park website below.

Select Dublin Q-Park Stephens Green, Dublin Q-Park Setanta or Dublin Q-Park Christchurch then the Pre Book Parking Now button.

Select the date you require parking and then select the 24 Hour Parking Special product.

Finally enter your details and then use the promo code: KBCDM19 to activate the discount.

Please follow the instructions supplied after booking for easy hassle free entry and exit of car parks.

To book this offer, and for more information on Q-Park car parks, please visit www.q-park.ie


 

Start / Finish Map

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Download Start / Finish Map

Essential Links

Dublin Marathon Live Stream Link

 

Live Tracker


Traffic Information/Road Closures

Previous Winners

 

Elite Fields

Train & DART Service Disruptions

 

 

 

Taking Photos or Videos


Get Involved on the day.....Please use the Social Media Hashtags #KBCDublinMarathon, #KBCDublinRaceSeries and #RunThisTown

 

 

Trains - Cork-Dublin Line

 

Friday 25th October

    19:00hrs Dublin Heuston to Cork is deferred until 19:15hrs
    20:40hrs Limerick Junction to Limerick is deferred until 20:55hrs
    23:10hrs Dublin Heuston to Kildare will operate to Hazelhatch only, bus transfers in operation from Hazelhatch to Sallins

Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th October

Bus transfers will operate between Dublin Heuston and Portarlington with the majority of trains departing Portarlington at the regular time. Some services will be deferred and customers are advised to check the time of their train before departure.

    Bus transfers will operate between Dublin Heuston and Portarlington in both directions
    Direct services to/from Limerick are cancelled
    Limerick to Limerick Junction services are deferred

Check the Iarnrod Eireann Journey Planner for the full list of changes taking place

 



DART Services - Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th October

Due to engineering works between Connolly and Dun Laoghaire, and between Bray and Greystones;

    DART services will operate on the Northside between Howth or Malahide to Dublin Connolly only; and on the Southside between Bray to Dun Laoghaire only
    No DART services will operate between Dublin Connolly and Dun Laoghaire stations, or between Bray and Greystones
    Tara Street, Pearse, Grand Canal Dock, Lansdowne Road, Sandymount, Sydney Parade, Booterstown, Blackrock, Seapoint and Salthill and Monkstown Stations will be closed
    Bus transfers will operate between Dublin Connolly and Greystones for Dublin Connolly to Rosslare Europort services
    Dublin Bus and Go Ahead Ireland will accept valid rail passes

 

Elite Fields

 Elite Men

NumNameCountryInfo
1 Asefa Bekele Ethiopia Winner of Dublin Marathon in 2018 with a PB of 2.13.24. Fourth year in Dublin ran here in 2015,2017 and 2018.
2 Dennis Kipkorir Kenya 10k PB of 30.24.52 from winning the Kansas Relays this year.
3 Mengistu Zelalem Ethiopia  
4 Abdelkabir Saji Morocco PB of 2.12.11 from 2011 in Firenze(Italy). This year ran a best time of 2.16.08 in April in Pyongyang.
5 Hiribo Share Ethiopia  
6 Yurii Rusiuk Ukraine PB from Dublin 2017 in a time of 2.15.56.
7 Joel Mmone South Africa Ran a half marathon PB in July of this year of 1.01.22 in South Africa. Came to Dublin last year but dropped out at 30k. This year has ran a range of distances from 1500 up to half marathon.
8 Tebogo Mathiba South Africa His marathon PB is from Dublin 2017, 2.18.24. This year ran 32.20 for 10k in Johannesburg
9 David Manja South Africa Ran a PB in Dublin 2018 of 2.13.33 to finish 2nd. This year ran 1.03.40 for a half marathon in South Africa.
10 Philimon Maritim Kenya This year has a time of 1.02.04 for a half marathon in Czech Republic, but a pb of 1.00.29 from 2018.
11 Craig Curley USA Craig came to Dublin last year to finish in a time of 2.32.38. Has a PB of 2.15.16 from 2016.
12 Shambel Jimma Ethiopia Ran a PB of 2.10.28 in March of this year to win the Chongqing International Marathon. Also ran 2.12.55 in July this year .
13 Fikru Teshager Ethiopia Has been to Dublin since 2014. Last year ran a time of 2.23.53 to finish 20th. His PB is 2.23.50 from Dublin 2016.
14 Othmane El Goumri Morocco PB from placing 2nd at the Rabat Marathon this year in a time of 2.08.20
15 Azmeraw Molalign Ethiopia PB of 2.07.12 from 2014 in July. Most recent Marathon was also in Dubai in 2017 in a time of 2.10.22
16 Fabio Oliveira Portugal Ran a PB time of 2.24.31 in Aveiro in Portugal.
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18 Wojciech Kopec Poland PB of 2.17.27 from 2014 in Cyprus. This year ran 2.25.14 in April in the Orlen Warsaw Marathon.
19 Ben Fletcher USA Has a legal PB from this year of 2.20.24 from Vienna City Marathon. Places 2nd in April in the Silo District Marathon in Texas.
20 Sean Hehir Ireland (MSB) PB of 2.16.22 from London in 2017. This year ran 2.18.58 also in London. Sean won the 2013 Dublin Marathon and placed top Irishman in 2015.
21 Eoghan Totten Ireland (Newcastle & District AC) Half Marathon PB of 1.06.15 from Barcelona 2018. This year ran the Copenhagen Half Marathon in September in a time of 1.06.53. He also places 4th at the Irish National Championships over 10,000 on the track
22 Sean Tobin Ireland (Clonmel AC) First Marathon. Ran in the World Cross country this year placing 62nd. Has 10k time of 29.06 from placing 6th at the Crescent City Classic in New Orleans this year.
24 Mick Clohisey Ireland (Raheny Shamrock) PB of 2.14.55 from Seville 2018. This year has ran 2.15.06 in London in April. Finished 6th overall in 2018. First Irish man in 2018.
25 Stephen Scullion Ireland (Clonliffe Harriers) Competed in the world championships in Doha finished 43rd in a time of 2.21.31. Has a PB of 2.14.34 from January this year from Houston Marathon. Ran Dublin in 2017 placing 13th.
26 Gary O'Hanlon Ireland (Clonliffe Harriers) PB of 2.17.11 from Dublin 2018. This year ran 2.17.32 in London in April. He also won Cork City marathon this year in June. 2019 will be Gary's 9th Dublin Marathon in a row.
27 Sergiu Ciobanu Ireland (Clonliffe Harriers) PB of 2.15.15 from Berlin in 2015. This year ran 2.19.53 in Rotterdam in April and placed 3rd in Cork City Marathon
28 Hugh Armstrong Ireland (Ballina AC) 10k PB from winning the James Joyce Ramble 10k, Massacheusetts in a time of 30.35 this year.
29 Mark Kirwan Ireland (Raheny Shamrock) Placed 12th in Dublin last year in a PB time of 2.17.37.
30 David Mansfield Ireland (Clonmel AC) PB from Dublin last year of 2.20.15. This year went to Rotterdam in April and ran a time of 2.22.06.
31 David Flynn Ireland (Clonliffe Harriers) First marathon last year in Dublin placing 13th in a time of 2.19.49. This year ran a PB of 1.03.48 when winning the Charleville Half Marathon.
58 Kevin Batt Ireland (DSD AC) Won the Sunshine Coast Half Marathon in Australia this year in a time of 1.04.12.
59 Mark Kenneally Ireland (Clonliffe Harriers) PB of 2.13.55 from Amsterdam 2011.
65 Uladzislau Primau Belarus PB this year in Warsaw of 2.14.29
66 Abdisa Duber Ethiopia  

 

Elite Women

NumNameCountryInfo
101 Mesera Dubiso Ethiopia Winner of Dublin 2018 2.33.49.
102 Caroline Jepchirchir Kenya Placed 5th in Dublin 2018 in a PB time of 2.36.23. This year won Belfast City marathon in a time of 2.36.39.
103 Denbeli Shuke Ethiopia  
104 Shewaye Woldemeskel Ethiopia 2nd in Belfast City Marathon in a PB time of 2.37.35 this year.
105 Tetyana Vernygor Ukraine PB from placed 3rd in Hannover marathon 2012 2.33.48
106 Meseret Alemu Ethiopia PB of 2.32.31 from Slovakia in 2017.
107 Motu Gedefa Ethiopia 2nd in last years' Dublin marathon in 2.34.22. Ran a PB of 2.30.46 this year in China.
108 Gemma Rankin Scotland PB of 2.39.33 from Dublin in 2016. This year has ran 1.20.15 for a half marathon in Glasgow.
109 Vira Ovcharuk Ukraine PB of 2.37.49 from Rome in 2010. Came 3rd in this years Belfast City marathon in a time of 2.38.59.
110 Natasha Cockram Wales Placed 4th last year in Dublin in a time of 2.35.49. Ran a PB of 2.34.18 in Houston Marathon this year.
111 Katie O'Regan USA  
112 Barbara Sanchez Ireland (Clonliffe Harriers) PB of 2.37.14 from Seville 2013. Ran London Marathon in 2017 in a time of 2.47.36.
113 Gladys Ganiel Ireland (North Belfast Harriers) PB from Berlin in 2017 of 2.37.55. This year was 4th in Belfast City Marathon in 2.39.18.
114 Ann-Marie Mc Glynn Ireland (Letterkenny AC) Ran a PB this year in Rotterdam in a time of 2.39.22.
115 Catherine Whoriskey Ireland (City of Derry Spartans) PB of 2.48.41 from Seville in 2017. This year placed 3rd in the Laganside 10k in Belfast.
116 Laura Graham Ireland (Mourne Runners) PB of 2.37.05 from Berlin 2017. Laura was 4th in Dublin 2017. Went to the IAAF World Half Marathon Championships in 2017.
117 Breege Connolly Ireland (City of Derry Spartans) PB from London 2015 of 2.37.29. This year ran Rotterdam in a time of 2.37.50.
118 Siobhan O'Doherty Ireland (Borrisokane AC) 2.45.09 PB from Paris in 2017. Ran Berlin Marathon in September of this year in a time of 2.45.36.
119 Zola Flynn Ireland (Calry AC) PB from last years Dublin Marathon of 2.54.04. Winner of Cork City Marathon 2018.
120 Aoife Cooke Ireland (Eagle AC) PB of 2.46.37 from Amsterdam 2017. Ran 1:20:58 for a half marathon in Lisbon in 2018. Aoife ran a very fast time of 55:17 in the Mallow 10 mile race this year.

 

Related Articles

Marathon Advice - On The Day

Marathon Advice - The Last Two Weeks


KBC Dublin Marathon website

 

 

Marathon Advice - Recovery

Cork Athletics Webmaster's Advice for Marathon Recovery 

 

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Recovery after the Marathon
Recovery begins IMMEDIATELY after you cross the line

Important!! First Thing!!

 

  •     Think on your feet! You will be VERY tired. Heed the advice in this section
  •     Keep moving once you cross the line. The lactic acid debt will hit you pretty quick, and all movement will help clear it

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  •     After you finish (and you will!), make sure to eat something. Try to get some carbohydrates into you within 15 minutes of finishing - it'll kick start your body's recovery. Leave it later and your digestive system will start to shut down - safeguard mode. Replace lost fluids and energy as soon as possible. Drink plenty and try to eat foods with plenty of carbohydrates; bananas, pasta, bread, etc.

post marathon food

 

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  •     Keep warm, remember to pack a fleece or jumper, t-shirt, leggings, hat, socks and, maybe, gloves. If the day is wet, a change of shoes will be needed. If all this doen't fit into the 'drop bag', give the non-essentials to someone who will meet you afterwards. You'll feel cold very quickly afterwards, so wrap up well, ideally in layers.
  • Every year, I see people trudging home, sometimes 2 or 3 miles away from the finish, simply dressed in the singlet and shorts they ran the Marathon in, proudly wearing their medal around their neck.  DON'T be the one to forget to pack something to wear AFTER the event. Sure you'll get a Technical Top. You can wear that...but it isn't enough to keep you warm. Bring more...Layers are best!
  •     Have someone meet you at a prearranged spot to give you dry clothes or to take extra layers. The finish area is mayhem! Know exactly where you are meeting friends and family! Have a backup location in case, for whatever reason, the first location is, say, closed to either runners or spectators.
  • Hyponatraemia - Arises from drinking too much water. This is more likely to affect those who are out on the course longer, or who may not have balanced their fluid intake, in the lead-up. Hyponatremia occurs when the concentration of sodium in your blood is abnormally low. Sodium is an electrolyte, and it helps regulate the amount of water that's in and around your cells. In hyponatremia, one or more factors — ranging from an underlying medical condition to drinking too much water — cause the sodium in your body to become diluted. When this happens, your body's water levels rise, and your cells begin to swell. This swelling can cause many health problems, from mild to life-threatening.

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  • Symptoms - Hyponatremia signs and symptoms may include:

        Nausea and vomiting
        Headache
        Confusion
        Loss of energy, drowsiness and fatigue
        Restlessness and irritability
        Muscle weakness, spasms or cramps
        Seizures
        Coma

    When to see a doctor

    Seek emergency care for anyone who develops severe signs and symptoms of hyponatremia, such as nausea and vomiting, confusion, seizures, or lost consciousness

    If YOU see someone in distress, please alert the Medics along the course.  At, and after, the finish there will be lots of paramedics about. DON'T assume that someone else has alerted them.

Later

blister stages

  •     It is unwise to pop your blisters until after you shower, to prevent infection. Use a sterilized needle to pop two slits on opposite sides of the blister and leave the roof on. Lubricate the area with antibiotic ointment, and only cover them if you absolutely needed. (Second Skin or Compeed work best.) Leaving the blisters open and soaking in Epsom Salts also dries them out faster. If you have black and blue toenails, drain them as soon as possible, and you may be able to save your toenails and avoid a lot of unnecessary pain.

 

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  •     Alternate hot and cold soaks, and get a massage. Use a foam roller (lightly) and a "stick" or pastry roller.

 

  •     Congrats on finishing! Rule of thumb for recovery is 1 day for every mile, that doesn't mean don't do anything but don't plan to race or run hard any time soon. Take it easy!
  • Anti-inflammatory such as Aleve or Advil (as long as you are not allergic or have ulcers) will help ease your pain in the first post-marathon week. Getting a massage helps flush out all the waste products in your muscles. 
  •     It may be wise not to resume running until all of the soreness is gone from your legs. Use your judgment about when to resume running. Basically, if anything is swollen or bruised, or if you experience sharp pains when you resume running, stop!
  •     Eat a bit more and sleep a bit more. You need the building blocks for muscle repair, and your body does most of its repair work when you're sleeping

 

The Day After the Marathon

  •     Rather than spin the day after the race, swim or deep water run. You loosen your muscles up a bit without putting any pressure on the joints.
  •     If, like me, you are prone to cold-sores, you will be very prone to them after the marathon. If you swim in the few days afterward, you should apply a lip protector or Vaseline. It helps to lightly smear Vaseline into and around openings of your nostrils. Bet the rest of you are glad you don't get cold-sores - lucky buggers!!
  •     The post-endurance-event athlete is prone to fatigue and chronic dehydration, as well as injury and illness. "The body is weak, and the mind is undisciplined because the immediate goal has been achieved. A post-marathon runner is very vulnerable". Three body systems are now in need of recovery: muscular, chemical and psychological.
  •     Keep moving around as much as possible in the days after the marathon. Alternate hot and cold soaks, and get a massage.
  • Anti-inflammatory such as Aleve or Advil (as long as you are not allergic or have ulcers) will help ease your pain in the first post-marathon week. Getting a massage helps flush out all the waste products in your muscles. Use a foam roller and a "stick" or pastry roller.

Resuming Training

  •     Unless you are hell-bent on doing back-to-back Marathons, Your first long run should slot in about 4 weeks after the marathon.
  •     Start getting back into training with longer runs and speedwork about 3-4 weeks afterwards. Don't be surprised if you come down with a cold or some other virus in the next week or so. It often happens after a marathon. Pamper yourself until it clears.
  •     Savor the soreness afterward. Each creaky step will be a reminder of all your hard work. Once you're ready to feel like a normal person again, cycling/spinning is a great recovery activity. Also, a massage will never feel so good or so well-deserved.
  •     If your symptoms don't improve in a week, seek medical advice. I recommend taking it easy for a month after the marathon.
  •     There's no rush. You have a lot of repair work to do. Let the pain settle. Have a walk and splash about in the swimming pool. One week after the marathon is quite soon enough for your first run of any significant length, and if you don't run for two weeks that's fine.
  •     Novice and veteran endurance event racers, from road runners to rowers to multisporters, have one thing in common: all are subject to "the blues" in the weeks following the big day. It's important to be prepared for this possibility and to take measures, if necessary, to get back on track.
  •     It may be, for reasons of weather or bad form or bad luck on the day, the event did not go as well as you had hoped, and you are now spending a lot of mental energy cursing circumstances or trying to figure out what happened. Rest up, recover & lick your wounds. There will be another day!

Information and Weather Outlook for Dublin Marathon 2019
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Death of Tadhg Twomey - Rising Sun AC Knocknacurra AC and late of Bandon AC

Tadhg Twomey R.I.P. - Condolences

The Officers and Officials of Cork Athletics County Board extend their condolences and deepest sympathy to the family of our esteemed colleague Tadhg Twomey. 

Tadhg Twomey was a member of Rising Sun AC, Knocknacurra AC, and later Bandon AC. He won a total of 34 Irish titles, second only to Ned Tobin (Galway) who won a total of 36 titles. Tadgh won 18 Over-the-Bar titles, and held the Irish record for many years. In addition, he won 16 Weight-for-Distance titles. He won his first Irish Title in 1960, becoming Bandon AC's first Irish Record Holder, and his final Title win came 20 years later, in 1980. He also took Irish Silver and bronze in High, Long and Triple Jumps in his early years. He also won many County, Munster and National medals throughout the 1960s, to the 1980's, in a number of field events, including long Jump, high jump and weight throws.

Tadhg Twomey was presented with the Bandon AC Hall of Fame award, in 2011

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis

Tadhg TWOMEY (KNOCKNACURRA A.C.)


Seldom does one find a heavyweight proficient at more than a couple of events on the athletic circuit, and normally they are to be found in the weights division. Occasionally this point is proved wrong, a telling example being the burly, fifteen stone, 28-year-old farmer, Tadhg Twomey, of Knocknacurra Athletic Club, near Bandon, Co. Cork


This strapping athlete has not alone made the half hundredweight events personal property in recent times, but has achieved over 6' 2" in high jump, 47' in hop, step and jump and is equal to the best in the long jump.


Twice in recent years technical faults have deprived the popular Corkman of improving on Ned Tobin's 15' 5" over bar  record, set in 1943. In the National championships at Gorey in 1964 he lofted the weight to 15' 6" and, at his local Ballinaspittle sports last year, he reached 15' 6¼". Twomey's greatest ambition must now be to break this record.


The Knocknacurra athlete brought his Irish medals tally to ten this year when retaining the 56 lb. double in the All-Ireland senior championships at Banteer.
Let us follow Twomey on a typical season's athletic itinerary, the current one for example. At open sports meetings, asIrish champion, he must throw from scratch in the two 56 lb. events. His high jump mark was one inch but is now at scratch also.
At Ballinhassig on May 22 the Knocknacurra man captured his first championship of 1966 when winning the Munster 56 lb. O/B at 14' 9". And he was second in the high jump. On June 12 at Bweeing came a second in long jump and 56 lb. W/F, and a third in the high jump. That evening over at Carrigaline he was second in the high jump to Irish champion Pat O'Shea (Millstreet).


At Blarney on July 3 two thirds came to Twomey, in the shot and high jump. The week-end of July 16-17 brought further prizes to this versatile athlete. He was first in the 56 lb. O/B and second in the high jump at Banteer on the Saturday and firsts in the high jump and 56 lb. W/F at Skibbereen the following day.    


Then came the Irish championship double at Banteer and only last Sunday week Twomey was again in the prizewinner's list when getting second to O'Shea in the high jump at Ballyhooley.    


Above are just some of the successes registered by Tadhg Twomey in 1966, but enough to testify to a great consistency over the campaign.


Twomey continues to out-throw and out-jump some of the lesser lights and the big Knocknacurra man may well be doing so for many years to come. He has proved that there is a place for the muscular athlete outside the weight throwing circle.        -JIM FOGARTY

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This article is reproduced from Tipperary Athletics Tadhg Twomey

 

Notice from RIP.ie

The death has occurred of TIMOTHY (TADHG) TWOMEY
Killowney, Old Head, Ballinspittle, Cork
    

Twomey (Killowney, Old Head, Kinsale) On October 22nd 2019, peacefully in the presence of his loving family at Kinsale Community Hospital, Timothy (Tadhg), beloved husband of Kathleen (nee O’Mahony), loving father of Myra (Drennan), Ella (Cooper) and DanJoe. Sadly missed by his loving wife, family, grandchildren, sons-in-law John and Peter, daughter-in-law Helen, brothers, sisters, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives, neighbours and friends.

May he rest in peace.

Reception in to Holy Trinity Church, Ballinspittle on Wednesday (23rd) at 6.00pm. Requiem Mass on Thursday (24th) at 1.00pm, funeral afterwards to Templetrine Cemetery.

No flowers please, donation in lieu to the Poor Clares, College Road, Cork.

 

 

 

 

Cork Athletics - Events Week Ending Sunday October 27th 2019

Registered Cork Athletics Races & Events for Week Ending Sunday October 27th 2019

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Sunday October 27th, 11:30am, Bandon - Bandon AC Donough Coughlan Memorial 5k

Sunday October 27th, 12 noon, Dromtarriffe - Cork Athletics Intermediate and Juvenile B Cross-Country Championships

Sunday October 27th, 9am, Dublin - KBC Dublin Marathon
Includes Athletics Ireland National Marathon Championships

 

 Weeks Summary:

w/e Sun October 27th - Bandon AC Donough Coughlan Memorial 5k, KBC Dublin Marathon (Inc National Marathon Championships), and Cork Athletics Intermediate and Juvenile B Cross-Country Championships

Cork Athletics Race Calendar

Cork Athletics Find Your Races

 

Comprehensive Calendar of Registered Athletics Ireland events in Cork

Results of Athletics Ireland Registered Events - April 2014 - May 2016 (on Old Cork Athletics website)

 

Results of Athletics Ireland Registered Events - May 2016 to date

 

 

Cork Events This Week

 

 

Sunday October 27th, 11:30am, Bandon - Bandon AC Donough Coughlan Memorial 5k

 

Online Entry for Donough Coughlan Memorial 5k

 

 

Sunday October 27th, 12 noon, Dromtarriffe - Cork Athletics Intermediate and Juvenile B Cross-Country Championships

 

 

Munster

 Tuesday October 22nd, Nenagh - Munster Schools Combined Events Championships

 

National

Sunday October 27th, 9am, Dublin - KBC Dublin Marathon
Includes Athletics Ireland National Marathon Championships

 

International

Sat/Sun October 26th/27th, Albi, France - IAU World 24 Hour Championship 2019

Alex O'Shea (St Finbarr's AC) and Aidan Hogan (Rising Sun AC) run

 

 

Online Registrations

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Bandon AC's Donough Coughlan Memorial 5k, Sunday October 27th

Eyeries 5, Saturday November 9th

 

Thomas Kent 10k, Sunday 10th November (Race Full - Entries Closed)

 

Skibbereen 10 Mile, Sunday November 24th

Skibbereen 5 Mile, Sunday November 24th

Great Glenville Run, Sunday November 24th

 

Newmarket 5k Classic, Sunday December 15th (500 Entry Limit)

 

Duhallow 10 Mile, Sunday March 8th 2020

 

Marathon Advice - On The Day

Cork Athletics Webmaster's Advice for Marathon Day

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If you are feeling unwell or have just been ill - DON'T RUN!

Most medical emergencies in the Marathon are with people who have just been, or are, unwell


Last Minute Preparations

  •     Wear clothes that you've worn before

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  •     Eat food that you've eaten before
  •     No new things the day of the marathon!
  •     The sleep you get two nights before the marathon is more important than the sleep you get the night before the marathon
  •     Don't be afraid to smear vaseline on your thighs
  •     Take it slowly at the beginning - run the second half of the marathon faster than the first half
  •     Plant supporters along the route - it gives you something to look forward to (esp. around mile 22).

 

  • race supporters

 

  •     Afterwards, soak your legs in ice-cold water - does a world of good
  •     Protein: Burns dirty. Eat very little protein in last 24 to 36 hours, same goes for high fibre foods, otherwise you will probably need to stop for a (p)it stop in the first 10 miles or so.

 

  • protein meat
      
  • Pack your kit bag the night before. Double Check!!
       
  • Don't forget any old clothes or bin liner to keep warm before the race, ready to be deposited.
        Also don't forget some goodies for when you finish the race.

 

It's not these 26.2 miles that are the test. It's the 500 miles leading up to them!

 

Eating & Drinking

Eating

  • Get up early and eat as soon as possible - probably best to eat about 2 to 2 1/2 hours before the start. Don't eat something which will "go through you" - like brown bread. If you've hydrated and Carboloaded properly, you need very little on the day. I'll eat about 6:30/7am and I'll have exactly the same as I have before my long runs - weetabix & yoghurt, with a very small amount of fruit, and a small bit of liquid. Eat about 300 calories that morning, 2-3 hours before the starting gun. Toast and bananas are other options. Make sure you've practiced this routine before several training runs. Beware of some sports drinks, as you will need to dilute these heavily, or you'll be making a pit stop for a crap long before you're finished.
  • On the morning, don't have more than a glass or two of water/isotonic drink beforehand...or you'll be making an early unscheduled pitstop

Before the Race

Toilet:

  • Make sure to have a crap when you wake up!! If you've eaten early, peristalisis will set in about an hour after eating and you will have to visit the loo for a dump, so timing your eating will be very important. Don't leave it too late!

 

 

Chafing

chafing top

 

  •     If you're prone to chaffing it'll show up before 20 miles and you would have probably had "issues" before this point. Weather (wind, temperature and humidity ) greatly affects the liklihood of chaffing. Lots and lots of Bodyglide. I layer it on my thighs and in areas below my armpits where I regularly chafe.
  •     Use vaseline on your toes to prevent the blisters you get when they rub against each other. It also helps prevent blisters when it's rainy or your feet get wet for other reasons (sloppy water station technique).
  •     You might also want to use vaseline in 'crevices' where you might prefer not to use Bodyglide.
  •     If you suffer from chapped lips or cold-sores, use Chapstick. I use it on every run.
  •     Don't do anything that you haven't done in training.

 

Pre-Race Wear

  •     Don't wear brand new shoes (but don't wear super-old ones, either). You should have run at least 50 miles in the shoes in which you plan to race.
  •     Many novice marathoners don't heed to the advice "don't try anything new on race day!" This means socks, cloths, shoes, gels and other products. Wear acrylic fiber socks (as cotton socks get wet and can cause blisters faster than acrylic fiber socks) and use Vaseline on any areas prone to blisters.
  •     Make sure you bring layers for race day, especially clothing you can discard, including a second pair of socks, gloves and a hat.
  •     Wear disposable layers before hand - hat/cap, raggy t-shirt, light gloves/bin bag. Keep your gloves, hat and t-shirt until you're well warmed-up, maybe for the first few miles.

 

Race Wear

  •     Don't forget your terry cloth headband, if you normally wear one. Don't wear anything that hasn't been through the wash a half dozen times.
  •     Try not to wear cotton. Find some of that moisture-wicking material for race day socks, shorts and sportsbra. Less chafing and moisture!
  •     Put your name in large letters on the front of your running vest. The crowds will encouragement!
  • Don't over-dress for your race. While it's crucial to stay warm and dry on the start line, once you get moving you won't want to be wearing too much clothing. Having a rain jacket and a long-sleeved top tied around your waist for over 20 miles definitely won't help your race time! Instead, wear layers that you can peel off and throw away as you get warmer during the race.

 

First Mile

    Sweet Jesus don't "start fast" due to the adrenaline of the race, as you'll regret it around mile 20. Start slower than you think or feel you should. Your first mile should be NO FASTER than your average intended pace. Don't be tempted to start the race quickly or waste energy weaving through the slower runners. However many you overtake, there will be many more in front of you - all for a few yards. It is better to go slow for the first mile and use this as a warm up.

 

  •     Try to get the first mile as near as possible to your AVERAGE goal pace. No faster!! If you are significantly slower, either sacrifice the lost time or make it up slowly. Remember the marathon is a very unforgiving race - you can't "bank" time. Go too fast and you'll pay for it. If you've something left in the tank, you can pick it up for the final few miles. In the latter stages, concentrate on picking off bodies, not miles.
  •     Try to get a feel for the correct pace beforehand. It is vital not to go too fast, and it is very easy to be dragged along if the initial hysteria & euphoria of the first mile or so. You can wave to your friends and supporters after the event - if you've any energy left then!
  •     When you set off, don't think about the marathon being over 20 miles long. Break the distance down into manageable 'chunks' instead and focus on 'biting off each one as it comes. Once you reach the end of a chunk, congratulate yourself, take a drink, and a stretch if you need to, and then focus on the next chunk. This makes the distance feel a lot more achievable.
  •   You'll be Overdosing on adrenaline for the first five miles. This will tempt you to run faster than you want. Don't! You'll regret it later. You CANNOT 'bank' time in a Marathon! Make your goal to run the second half faster than the first.
  •     You don't want to get stuck behind a mass of slower runners. If this happens, don't panic. Just consider it a forced moderation. Whatever you do, don't weave between slower runners. That's an excellent way to trip, or pull a groin. Be patient. Holes will eventually open up.
  •     Go out slow, slow, slow. You can always pick it up later on.

 

Pacing

Make sure you bring layers for race day, especially clothing you can discard, including a second pair of socks, gloves and a hat. If you are running the correct pace, it should feel like you are loafing for the first 6 miles or so.

Pacing Group - If you're planning running with a Pace Group, Please, Please, go with a group that is appropriate to YOUR target time AND make sure that you're being realistic in your expectations.  I've come across people who've never done a Marathon before and think that they can run the marathon at their 5k pace!

Course

    Follow the shortest course! That's where it's measured - there little point in unnecessarily running 26.8 miles!

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Every opportunity...Run the SPR!!

  

  • Although you may be sharing the course with thousands of other runners, you can still use the course to your advantage. In many of the major marathons there will be a line on the ground that measures the exact race distance. Follow the course line wherever possible to ensure you are taking the most direct route to the finish line! If it's very windy out there, tuck in close behind a group of runners, so that they act as a windshield for you!
  •     Watch your running step! This applies particularly to the first mile when the road is littered with discarded bin liners, plastic bottles and clothing - and to drinks stations, where people move erratically. I've seen many a bruised and bloodied runner being tended to by the first aid teams before they've even got into their stride! It's quite a challenge to run in such close proximity to other people, and you need to keep your wits about you. Try to stick your hand out, like an indicator, if you intend to move sideways - and always check before you pull out in front of someone or stop.
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This is a fairly twisty section of the Cork City Marathon. The image on the left is where I always see the main pack running ...like lemmings, following the person in front.


The image on the right is where the course is measured...along the SPR


The Kinsale Road section of the Cork City Marathon is approx. 0.85km long, but, if you follow the track in the left-hand image, you'll actually run approx. 31m longer. If that were to transpose to a full marathon, you'd run over 1,500m longer than you need!

 

Drinks Strategy

Water Stop
    If you can, grab your drink and run through the water-station. If it's in cups, you'll need to get it down quickly or it'll spill. If it's bottles, get away from the mayhem of the station and drink at leisure. You can actually 'make time' by breezing thro' like this
   

Work the course -  If you've done the work, most of the Marathon effort is in the mind. I after a 90 hour working week, ending on the Sat afternoon before Dublin, I once got thro' the race repeating to myself (not aloud) "Long, cool and easy", and visualized this. (Finished in 2:51 that year!)
   

Get some support. Know where your supporters are, and put your name on your t-shirt.
  

Think while you run


    Try to stay present in your running. If you drift off into a reverie, or get too caught up in the carnival atmosphere, you may forget to hydrate properly and may not notice your pace quickening (or less likely, slowing down) until you suddenly reach the halfway point in a time that's way off target. Staying focused means you can do something about it if you do make a mistake, whereas getting so carried away that you don't even notice you've made a mistake is hard to rectify.
   

Supporters

    No matter how independent you are, it really helps to have some supporters out there on the course. Whether it's a charity that you are running for, or for yourself, or for friends, family, or work colleagues - try to get as many spectators out there as possible on the day. Be very specific about where you want them to be. Remember to tell them not just at what point on the course (for example right by the seven- mile marker), but also at which side of the road. Also, them as accurately as possible at what time you expect to get to that point on the course. And the advice about putting your name on the front of your t- shirt might be old hat, but it still holds true - so do it! Hearing your name called, even by someone you hardly know, is hugely heartening when your spirits are beginning to flag and your legs feel heavy.
   

If you take nothing else from this article, remember this: Learn to body scan. All you need to do is cast your mind's eye from head to toe, looking for any signs of unnecessary tension or tightness, any muscles that could do with a stretch, and any joints that could do with loosening up. I often find it's my jaw that is set solid, with a frown across my forehead. Try a smile - it's impossible to be tense and smile at the same time. I suggest doing a body scan every ten to 15 minutes, to ensure you are as relaxed as possible and not wasting energy.
   

Even if you are hell-bent on breaking three, four or five hours in this race, don't keep your mind focused entirely on the finish line throughout. Instead, try to enjoy the journey as well as the destination. You've put so much into preparing for this big day, the least you should do is try to savour it a little!
  

  Drinking / Gels / Power Bars

    DON'T drink or eat anything that you haven't tried on your long runs - No matter how much others tell you how great they are! I did it once and, in spite of perfect training and form, blew up due to nausea from the "you've gotta take - it's brilliant!" isotonic drink.
   

You have been warned! You have too much riding on this race to blow it on an untried drink/gel/bar
   

Drinking II

waterboarding

If you've followed the advice on hydration, then you'll be pretty well hydrated and will only need to drink very little on the run, just enough to keep your mouth moist. Remember if you drink too much — if you can feel water sloshing around in your stomach — you are creating a problem also = too much water is toxic! Learn to take water on the run, how to run through the water station and sip as you go.

  •     Remember to drink before you get thirsty, and eat your energy bars (or gels or whatever you're carrying with you) before you think you need them.
  •     Drinking on the go can be tricky if you haven't practiced it before. Most people have success folding the cups into a V. But don't be afraid to walk through the water stations
  •     Drink at least a bit of water or isotonic drink at EVERY drink station. Don't wait until you feel dehydrated, or it will be too late.
  •     Unless you're really dehydated, or it's really hot on race day, don't stop for water in the last 2-3 miles. Your body won't absorb it fast enough 'to help much, and it can be hard to start running again once you stop.
  •     Watch out for idiots wearing headphones!!! - they won't hear your calls and generally cause mayhem at the waterstations!

 

Cooling

If the weather is hot, you might want to slosh water over your wrists and thighs. Beware, if pouring water over your head, as too much will run down your back and into your shorts, with risk of chafing.

 

Latter Stages

    Keep your head up. Protect your back, neck & confidence, by keeping eye contact with the crowd. Keep your head up while running. As you get tired, you may find that you are spending most of the time looking at your feet rather than up at the road ahead. This not only throws your spine out of alignment - putting you at risk of back, neck pain or shoulder tension it can also make your spirits flag, as you aren't making eye contact. Keeping your head up gives you a much more confident stance and sends a positive message to your subconscious mind.
   

Resist the urge for a toilet break

Talk to yourself while you run
    Give yourself a bit of a pep talk as you go along. Tell yourself how well you're doing. Tell yourself how strong you are - in mind and body. You may want to have a mantra, which you can repeat to yourself with ease as you are running. I have used 'I am running fast and strong' in the past, which has a nice rhythm to it (even if you're doing anything but!)


    Have fun! Smile and respond to the crowd. Stay focused on your race target Your target is to get to the end!


    Break the distance down into manageable 'chunks' and congratulate yourself when you finish each one.

 

Wind

    Wind (A): If it's windy, then shelter as much as possible; run behind someone as much as possible. Maybe take turns at breaking the wind.

runners peleton
   

Wind (B): If you feel bloated, then FART!! If you keep it in, then it will tend to act as a sort of liquidizer on your intestine - resulting in the need for a pit-stop. So....ladies especially don't be afraid to fart - If it's noisy, blame it on the men around you - "Aren't they terrible!", if it's quiet, blame it on the men anyway!

farting image

 

The Finish


DO NOT STOP YOUR WATCH AT THE FINISH LINE. You will look silly in the photo. Run through it (with your arms raised in triumph if you like). Stop your watch after you pass the cameras.


The Course ...SPR ...Again!

SPR: Shortest Possible Route - Everywhere you can, run the SPR. That's the way the course is measured. If everyone else is taking the long way round bends, don't follow - unless you're sheltering from the wind. Why run, say, 27 miles - 26.22 is long enough as it is!

 

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Cork Athletics - Events Week Ending Sunday October 20th 2019

Registered Cork Athletics Races & Events for Week Ending Sunday October 20th 2019

 coaching image rebel run banner 2018  Munster Masters Cross Country Championships 2014 autumn open xc timetable 2019
Saturday October 19th, 1pm, CIT Track - Cork Youth Development Initiative - CYDI Day 4 Saturday October 19th, 2:30pm, CIT Track - Cork Athletics Winter Coaching Series - Day 4 2019 Sunday October 20th, 9:30am, CIT Track - Rebel Run 5k & 10k Road Races

Sunday October 20th, 11:30am, Limerick Racecourse - Munster Athletics Novice Under 23 and Juvenile Even-Age Cross-Country Championships

Sunday October 20th, 2pm, National Sports Campus, Abbottstown, DublinAutumn Open Cross Country Festival 2019

 

 Weeks Summary:

w/e Sun October 20th - Day 4 of Cork Youth Development Initiative - CYDI & Cork Athletics Winter Coaching Series, Rebel Run 5k & 10k, and Cross-Country: Munster Athletics Novice Under 23 and Juvenile Even-Age Chps and Autumn Open Cross Country Festival 2019 (Includes Trials for British and Irish Masters International)

Cork Athletics Race Calendar

Cork Athletics Find Your Races

 

Comprehensive Calendar of Registered Athletics Ireland events in Cork

Results of Athletics Ireland Registered Events - April 2014 - May 2016 (on Old Cork Athletics website)

 

Results of Athletics Ireland Registered Events - May 2016 to date

 

 

Cork Events This Week

 

Saturday October 19th, 1pm, CIT Track - Cork Youth Development Initiative - CYDI Day 4

 

Saturday October 19th, 2:30pm, CIT Track - Cork Athletics Winter Coaching Series - Day 4 2019

 

Sunday October 20th, 9:30am, CIT Track - Rebel Run 5k & 10k Road Races

 

Sunday October 20th, 11:30am, Limerick Racecourse - Munster Athletics Novice Under 23 and Juvenile Even-Age Cross-Country Championships

 

 

National

Sunday October 20th, 2pm, National Sports Campus, Abbottstown, DublinAutumn Open Cross Country Festival 2019
Includes Trials for British and Irish Masters International


 

Online Registrations

The Following Upcoming Races currently have Online Entry or Online Registration open:
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Rebel Run 5k & 10k, Bishopstown, Sunday 20th October (Race Full - Entries Closed)

 

Bandon AC's Donough Coughlan Memorial 5k, Sunday October 27th

Eyeries 5, Saturday November 9th

 

Thomas Kent 10k, Sunday 10th November (Race Full - Entries Closed)

 

Skibbereen 10 Mile, Sunday November 24th

Skibbereen 5 Mile, Sunday November 24th

 

Newmarket 5k Classic, Sunday December 15th (500 Entry Limit)

 

Duhallow 10 Mile, Sundayn March 8th 2020

 

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