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Round-up: Freddy Sittuk wins Limerick Marathon. Fitzpatrick tops at Tallaght 5km (updated)

Freddy Keron Sittuk, back in his Raheny stronghold for the past fortnight,  had a comfortable victory in the Barrington Hospital Great Limerick Marathon today.  In the early stages of the race, Sittuk and last year’s winner Martin Doody from Limerick AC ran together with both given a time of 34 mins 55 for 10km. By […]

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Roads: Clohisey beats Sittuk at Waterside ‘Half’. Murray and Fagan tops at Laganside 10k

Mick Clohisey of Raheny  – who runs the Berlin Marathon in a few weeks time – was an impressive winner of the Waterside Half Marathon in Derry. His time of 65 mins 8 secs put him over two minutes clear of his Raheny clubmate Freddy Keron Sittuk, who clearly had last weekend’s Longford Marathon in […]

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Longford Marathon – Freddy Sittuk wins by over eight minutes

Raheny’s Freddy Keron Sittuk proved the class of the field at the Pat the Baker Marathon, when he won comfortably in 2 hrs 37 mins 45 seconds. Over eight minutes behind for second was West Waterford’s Raivis Zakis. Siobhan McHugh of Clonmel AC was first woman in  3 hrs 23 mins 55 secs. Caroline Kelly […]

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Ciobanu Sprints to Frank Duffy ’10’ win. McCambridge first woman. Plus results round-up

In a thrilling finish to the SSE Airtricity Frank Duffy 10 Mile, Clonliffe’s  Sergiu Ciobanu just held off the challenge of Thomas Fitzpatrick from Tallaght for victory. The pair were given an identical time of  49 mins 18 secs.  Third was Rathfarnham’s Sean Hehir in 50 mins 6 secs. First woman by some way was […]

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Roads: Clohisey, Mulligan win Irish Runner ‘5’; Viking Marathon results

Mick Clohisey’s time of 23 mins 47 secs put him well clear of the field at the Irish Runner 5-Mile in Dublin’s Phoenix Park. Clonmel’s Kevin Maunsell was second in 24 mins 30 secs, with Gary Thornton of GCH third and first M35. Sarah Mulligan of DSD was first woman in 27 mins 55 secs. […]

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Sittuk and Curley win Walled City Marathon. Fitzpatrick runs 14:03.95 at BMC

Freddy Keron Sittuk of Raheny Shamrock won the SSE Airtricity Walled City Marathon in Derry by almost three minutes. Sittuk’s time was 2:22.34; finishing second was Peter Brandon Somba  in 2:25.26. Local man Greg Roberts  was a close third in 2:25.38, followed by Gideon Kipsang and then Lezan Kimutai who was first over 40. Finishing […]

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Clohisey and Dan Win Dunboyne ‘5’, Hanrahan, Finn tops at JB 5km in Cork

Mick Clohisey recorded a solid victory over Freddy Keron Sittuk at last night’s Dunboyne BHAA 5-Mile. Clohisey’s time of 23 mins 22 secs gave him a five second margin over Sittuk.  Just a second behind for third was Peter Brandon Somba, while fourth was Lezan Kimutai, who was also first over 40. Kimutai, who started […]

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Sittuk Wins Navan 6km; Fagan Best at Mullingar League. Plus Graded No 2

Just five days after winning the Limerick Marathon, Raheny’s Freddy Keron Sittuk was pushed hard at the Navan 6km,  just outlasting Brian McCluckey of North East Runners for victory in 19 mins 3 secs.  A close third and first over 50 was Mick Traynor of Raheny, First woman was Caitirona O’Brien of Bohermeen. First woman […]

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Roads: Freddy Sittuk Wins Samsung Night Run; record for Bidwell

FREDDY KERON SITTUK of Raheny Shamrock won the Samsung Night run 10km  in 31 mins 29 secs. Just a second behind was last year’s winner Peter Brandon Somba, while third was DSD’s international mountain runner Killian Mooney in 32 mins 3 secs, beating Lezan Kimutai, a regular visitor to Ireland for over a decade now. […]

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Ryan, McDonald both 3rd at World Masters. Plus Roads Round-Up

After winning the European title earlier this season, Rathfarnham’s Mark Ryan finished third at the World Masters Mountain running Championships in Telfes, Austria today.   And not only that – on a great day for the Irish, Ryan combined  with his Rathfarnham clubmates Paul Fleming and Peter O’Farrell to take team bronze, while in the M55 […]

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