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Roads: Ciobanu, Shaughnessy win in Dunshaughlin. Big entry at Waterford Viking races

Sergiu Ciobanu of Clonliffe Harriers was an emphatic winner of the 38th Michael Manning Memorial 10km this evening in a time of 30 mins 12 secs. For second place Peter Somba outsprinted Freddy Sittuk  to finish in 31 mins 5 secs, with Sittuk one second adrift.  Gary Murray, one of a large contingent of Northern […]

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Roads: Somba wins in Bohermeen; Ciobanu at Little South Run

Clonliffe’s Sergiu Ciobanu was a clear winner of the annaul Little South Run 4-Mile, hosted by St Senan’s AC in Kilmacow, Co Kilkenny Ciobanu’s time of 19 mins 46 secs saw him finish over a minute ahead of Brian Kirwan from St LOT. First woman was Sally Forristal of St Joseph’s in 24 minutes. On […]

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Big Win for Ciobanu at Annerville 10km. Parkrun record for Clohisey

Sergiu Ciobanu of Clonliffe was in a class of his own at the Annerville 10km, despite still having a recent marathon in his legs. Ciobanu’s winning time of 30 mins  27 secs put him a massive minute and a half ahead of Philip Harty, now running with Ferrybank.  First woman in 38:56 was Carmel Fitzgibbon […]

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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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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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Clohisey, O’Doherty on top in 40th Ballycotton 10. Diver runs 2:31.37 marathon (updated)

  Mick Clohisey of Raheny Sharmock was a clear winner of the 40th Ballycotton 10, beating five times winner Sergiu Ciobanu of Clonliffe. Both men broke 50 minutes, as did Kevin Maunsell of Clonmel. Siobhan O’Doherty of Borrisokane won the women’s race in 58 mins 9 secs. Conditions were sunny but windy on the way […]

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Tulu, Johannes win Dublin Marathon. Monahan clocks 1:39. Ciobanu, Graham take national titles. Results round-up.

Dereje Debele Tulu of Ethiopia and previous winner Helalia Johannes from Namibia were the winners of today’s  SSE Airtricity Dublin Marathon. Times were not fast although conditions were perfect – not too hot and no wind or rain. In a men’s race where Ethiopian made a clean sweep of the top three, Tulu took an […]

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DSD and Clonliffe retain League titles. Ciobanu, O’Doherty win Streets of Galway. Celtics

DSD and Clonliffe duly lived up to expectations when they retained their titles at the Glo Health All ireland Track and Field League final in a blustery and chilly Tullamore. For the Dundrum South Dublin women, it was a sixth consecutive title and a tenth overall. Despite missing some of their big names, DSD still […]

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O’Doherty Digs Deep for Mini Marathon Victory. Harty wins Cork Marathon. Plus results.

After  finishing first in 2013, Siobhán O’Doherty  of Borrisokane AC in Co Tipperary took a second victory in the VHI Women’s Mini Marathon held in Dublin today for the 34th time. Victory didn’t come easy, with O’Doherty and Letterkenny’s Natasha Adams locked together at the halfway point  on the Stillorgan road. In the end, there […]

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