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This does not affect me..But is it unfair that a Temp that won the womens race is not signified as the winner. Surely if you pay the entrance fee you deserve to have the save rights as those people which are members of BHAA
Just looked at results did someone publish cork city council & cork county council with the same abbreviation ccc ????
why is it that the BHAA take over a week to post results, by which time most runners have lost interest in the results.
The BHAA take a long time to post results because they refuse to admit that their tried and trusted method (devised early in the last century) is not working.
@anonymus 4.26, if that is corect, it is very unfair and manifestly unsporting ! Temps actaully pay € 3 more for entry, so should qualify for prizes. Bureaucray seems to bog so much in Irish life !
Can anyone, anywhere explain this one to me, a relative newcomer to roadrunning ( and i ran in both the races i am about to mention ) : 600+ ran in Glanmire = results took over a week to be published. 400+ ran in Dunmanway = results were published by 8pm that night. How is such a difference possible ?
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