Google+ Running in Cork, Ireland: Results & Photos of the John Buckley Sports Cork City 10 Miler...Sat 9th Sept 2017

Saturday, September 09, 2017

Results & Photos of the John Buckley Sports Cork City 10 Miler...Sat 9th Sept 2017



A large crowd of 554 runners turned out for this years John Buckley Sports 10 Miler road race, up 8.6% on the 510 of 2016.

1 Senior     Mark Hanrahan (1)     00:49:39
2 Senior     Colin Merrit (582)     00:54:08
3 Senior     John Meade (6)     00:55:10
1 O40     Sorcha Kearney (563)     01:04:53
2 Senior Female     Joan Ennis (147)     01:07:32
3 Senior Female     Ellen Hanley (193)     01:08:15 


The results are here... https://corkcity10miler.com/results/2017-results/

(Updated Mon 11th Sept)

Photos...(Updated Tues 12th Sept @7:26pm)
1) There are 6 albums on the Running in Cork Facebook page
...a) Pre-Race
...b) Race Start
...c) ~6.3 miles 50 to 74 mins
...d) ~6.3 miles 74 to 87 mins
...e) ~6.3 miles 87 mins+
...f) Post race & Prizes
2) Adrian Foley has some lovely photos near the 9 mile mark on the walkway
...a) Sub 81 mins (138 photos)
...b) 81 mins plus (136 photos)
3) Joe Murphy of Eagle AC has a gallery HERE and some finish line photos HERE

More on the way

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi lads, brilliant race. Nice gentle course. Fair play for organizing the wind at our backs for most of it!! Really enjoyed it thanks a million.
One small thing though, I'm missing from the results. Cian o Connor, Bob no. 92. The clock read 1.29.26 or .46 as I crossed the line. Would ye be able to find me?
Thanks again for a great evening to all involved

Catherine clancy said...

Hi I have same problem missing from results bib number 76 thank you

Anonymous said...

Have to say a special thanks to each and everyone of the stewards. I don't think I've ever taken part in a race where I found them all as encouraging as last night. Great night, not so great this morning though. Thanks to all for organising.

Karen McHugh said...

Great race and thanks to the organisers. Agree with the above comment about the stewards. They were excellent. I was bib number 323 and I'm down as male in the results. Can that be changed to female please? :-)

Pádraigín Riggs said...

Thanks to all involved in organising the run. Stewarding was superb and always encouraging.

Anonymous said...

Great race. Thanks to everybody involved. Results seem a little off. About 5 seconds for a lot of people id say and the categories seem to be missing for some. Probably something that will be fixed on the final results. Thanks again. See you next year

Anonymous said...

Great event last evening very well organised / one small think though I'm down as Unknown in the results Bib Number 379 Sean O'Brien can this be fixed please especially when it was my first 10miler sub 80mins. Cheers and congrats to the organisers again

Anonymous said...

with all the building in the last year up their ,pity they did not fill in the last 100 yards of pot holes,well done on a great race

Anonymous said...

Thanks to the 3 pacemakers for 70 mins from st finbarrs . They were brilliant !! Very motivating and a great sense of rumour . Thanks lads . Much appreciated .

Anonymous said...

The last 100yards awful footing for a great course ..(fill it for next year please..)I'm down as senior man but I registered as over 45.(paper work??).but besides this had a great run👍

Anonymous said...

Really enjoyed the race first time doing it. Just a couple of points . There was no water left for the last runners coming in which after running 10 miles was badly needed. You could have done yourself a serious injury in the last 100 mtrs with the condition of the road. And the 80 min pacer must have been running his own race coz they were running 75 min pace . Waste of time having them if they aren't goingcto do want they are their for.

Anonymous said...

Superb race,was so surprised how encouraging every single steward was especially to the less faster participants,easily known this is organised by people who genuinely have a passion for running and who are steeped in tradition through their own achievements and want each and every runner out there to enjoy the buzz freedom of running!

Anonymous said...

75!!! Don't know what pacers you ran with, perhaps you had an issue with your own time reading as I came in 79:35 with pacers

damien hayes said...

Regarding the comment on the 80 pacers check your watch again please bib no 122 was the first of the 80 group home at 1.19.20 check your facts please

Anonymous said...

According to my watch pacers ran 7:55 miles, they even slowed to above 8's on the hill by blackrock castle and hill by the bridge. Got us all in single file to keep our stride going over the bridge so we wouldn't clump up, shouted at us to keep us motivated, the guy I ran with dropped off me to go back and pick up others and got them over the line just sub 80 also. You either burned yourself out and are looking for someone to blame to save face or you just couldn't cut it! I don't like seeing injustices and your comment is one of them

Anonymous said...

Agree with the comments regarding the 80min pacers - they consistently ran 7.55 all the way apart from spending a few seconds around Blackrock Castle, and worked hard to encourage anyone who was at the back of the group. No need for any negativity here. Excellent job, lads.

Anonymous said...

Really good race course wise, stewards, water, and plenty food afterwards when we got back to the hall, etc. Well done St Finbarr's. To say the categories were a shambles however would be an understatement. The majority of the older ones that were announced on the night were amended or in doubt and it looked like an awful lot of changes to categories were required based on runners querying results. Looked like a vast amount of runners were listed as simply F or M and should have been in older categories. Maybe all the written entries were mistakenly put in as seniors. Hope it's corrected and no one misses out on a gold medal in the cork championships because of this. Maybe it's easily fixed. Apart from this it looked really well run.

John Desmond said...

Mon 11th 6pm. The results are now updated.

Anonymous said...

Hi. Race number 301 not included. I ran 77 minutes 45 seconds approximately. Thanks you.