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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:



 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




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

route map kbc dublin marathon 2019


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


Start / Finish Map

start finish map kbc dublin marathon 2019

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

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.
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

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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