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Athletics round-up: Heaslip, Maher take National 10km titles (updated)

Shona Heaslip of An Riocht and Brian Maher of Kilkenny City Harriers came out on top at the National 10km Championships, held in conjunction with the Great Ireland Run in Dublin’s Phoenix Park today (April 15). Heaslip crossed the line in 34:52, with Kerry O’Flaherty of Newcastle AC second in 35:00 and DSD’s Laura Shaughnessy […]

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Round-Up: PBs for Graham and Ganiel at Berlin. Maher, Durkan win Rathfarnham 5km

Irish national marathon champion Laura Graham of Mourne Runners finished 14th woman at today’s Berlin Marathon today in 2 hrs 37 mins 5 secs. Although her time knocked a massive two and a half minutes off her personal best,  it was an agonising five seconds off the Commonwealth Games consideration time. Just one place behind […]

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Round-Up: PB of 2:16.18 for Sean Hehir in London (plus roads results)

Rathfarnham’s Sean Hehir finished best of the Irish in a personal best time of 2 hrs 16 mins 18 secs – comfortably inside the qualifying mark for the World Championships later this year. Behind him, Kevin Seaward  of St Malachy’s finished in 2:17:08, England-based Stephen Scullion on  2:17:59 and Raheny’s Mick Clohisey in 2:18:34. Hehir […]

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Weekend preview: Clohisey leads Irish entry at London Marathon (updated)

Raheny’s Mick Clohisey leads the Irish entry at Sunday’s London Marathon with a sub 2 hour 15 minute time his target. Cardiff-based Kevin Seaward of St Malachy’s, who like Clohisey ran the marathon at the Rio Olympics, will also run and is in good shape after a a time of 65 mins 38 secs at […]

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John Coghlan and Barbara Cleary Win St Patrick’s Festival 5km. Shaughnessy shocks the men!

Race regular John Coghlan came out on top again at today’s St Patrick’s Festival 5km in Dublin. Coghlan, whose father Eamonn won the first edition of this race back in the 1980s, negotiated the twisting course and its ten corners in a time of 15 mins 12 secs. In the battle for second place, Cathal […]

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Pollock runs 62:46 at World Half Marathon. Mooney, McCormack win Wicklow Way 26km (results added)

Paul Pollock finished 14th in the World Half Marathon Championships in Cardiff. Despite the windy, wet conditions, Pollock clocked an excellent time of 62 mins 46 secs and was second European. Kenya’s Geoffrey Kamworor, the defending champion,  won the race in 59:10, with Britain’s Mo Farah third in 59:59. Pollock ‘s time showed that he […]

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Clohisey’s 2:15.11 puts him second on Rio ’16 list (updated)

Raheny’s Mick Clohisey finished tenth in this morning’s Seville Marathon with his time of 2:15. 11 moving him into second on the list for Rio ’16. It’s very tight – Kevin Seaward on 2:14.52 tops the list followed by Clohisey 2:15.11, Sergiu Ciobanu 2:15.15 and Paul Pollock 2:15.39. So just 47 secs separate the top […]

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Round-up: Hamilton, O’Reilly win at Trim ’10’. Brilliant shot record for Breathnach

Paddy Hamilton of Slieve Gullion won the Bewley’s Trim 10-Mile, with his time of 51 mins 32 seconds putting him six seconds clear of Star of the Sea’s Eoin Callaghan. Even closer was the women’s race where  Mullingar’s Aine O’Reilly beat Caitriona Jennings of Rathfarnham  and Charlotte Kearney of Donadea with only ten seconds separating […]

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Round-up: Five Rio ’16 Times in Berlin. Travers, Doherty win in Rathfarnham

A grand total of five Irish athletes ran inside the Rio ’16 qualifying standards at the Berlin Marathon. Leading them home was Kevin Seaward of St Malachy’s in Belfast in a superb new personal best of 2 hrs 14 mins 54 secs. Seaward had trailed the other Irish at 10km, but speeded up in the […]

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Mulcaire smashes Junior 5000m record; fast times for Everard, Travers, McCambridge, Everard

Kevin Mulcaire of Ennis took  over four seconds off  John Treacy’s 40-year old Irish junior record when he ran 14 mins 02.6 secs in the 5000m at the BMC Meet in Stretford, Manchester  yesterday. A thrilling  race saw Mulcaire  leading for much of the race  and losing out in the end only to  Andrew Hayes […]

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