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Everard Reigns on the Roads

Kilkenny’s Eoin Everard, taking a break from his favoured track racing, won the Streets of Portlaoise 5km today in 14 mins 48 secs. Right on his tail was Clonmel’s William Maunsell, with Brian Maher of Kilkenny third in a quality men’s race. First of the women was Pauline Curley of Tullamore in 18 mins 16 […]

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Round-Up: 200m record for Lawler at University Indoors. McMullen jumps 7.83m. O’Hanlon wins 50k title

A 200m record for Marcus Lawler representing IT Carlow was just one highlight of a packed day of athletics at the Irish Universities Indoors in Athlone.  Lawler won the 200m in 21.03 secs, with 400m hurdler Thomas Barr of UL  second in 21.47 secs. Other records fell in the 60m hrudles won by Antonia Garcia […]

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Round-up: Cullen runs 15 mins 45 secs at Finn Valley 5k. Clohisey dominates Athenry 10k

Mary Cullen of North Sligo set a new women’s course record of 15 mins 45 secs when finishing first woman and fourth overall at the Finn Valley Stephen’s Day 5km in Stranorlar, Co Donegal. Leading home the 600-odd finishers was Kilkenny’s Thomas Hayes in 15 mins 9 secs. David Scanlon  of Rathfarnham  WSAF  was second […]

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Dublin Marathon: Irish titles for Hehir, Curley; Raheny, Westport fastest teams (updated)

Rathfarnham’s Sean Hehir was first Irish club athlete  home at today’s SSE Airtricity Dublin Marathon. Hehir’s time of 2:19.47 put him well clear of second placed Gary O’Hanlon of Clonliffe, also first M40, who finished in 2:25.21. David Mansfield of Clonliffe, who is coached by last year’s champion Sergiu Ciobanu, finished third in 2:30.45. Freddy […]

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Round-Up: McCambridge 73:23 at Great Scottish Run. Too smashes Athlone 3/4 record

Maria McCambridge finished sixth in today’s Great Scottish Run in Glasgow with a time of 73 mins 23 secs. That time – marginally faster than her 73 mins 28 secs from Charleville a few weeks ago –  puts her second on the current Irish rankings behind Fionnualla Britton McCormack, who ran 71 mins 33 secs […]

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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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Updated: Breandan O Neill and Ciara Durkan are Dublin Champions

Breandan O Neill of Dundrum South Dublin ran a smart race to win the men’s senior title at the Dublin Senior and Junior Cross-Country Championships in Santry. On a perfect day for cross-country,  current national champion Mick Clohisey and his Raheny team mate Conor Dooney pushed the pace on the opening two laps. Behind them […]

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Maria – FOUR seconds off victory! Plus Team Results

Just FOUR seconds separated Maria McCambridge from victory at the SSE Airtricity Dublin Marathon today. With four miles to go,  Kenyan athlete Esther Manjiru Macharia had a slight lead, but McCambridge kept her in her sights and  was rewarded with a personal best time by a minute of 2:34.19. Brilliant! A class apart in the […]

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Road Racing: Another Win for Martin Fagan

MARTIN FAGAN made it a home win at the inaugural Mullingar 10-Mile winning in a fast time of 48 mins 43 secs. Fagan, who returned to racing earlier this year after a two year doping ban, was out on his own for much of the race. Rathfarnham’s Sean Hehir was almost two minutes adrift in […]

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