Google+ Running in Cork, Ireland: Results of the Ballycotton 10 Mile - Sun 4th March 2012

Sunday, March 04, 2012

Results of the Ballycotton 10 Mile - Sun 4th March 2012

Without further ado, check out the link below to find your time....

RESULTS FROM BALLYCOTTON 10 MILE 2012

2012...2608 finishers, up from 2382 in 2011.

Gross time: Your time calculated from the start gun signal.
Net time: Your time calculated from the passing of the start line.

Pl.    Name    YOB    Club/City/Country    Cat.    #    Net    Gross
1    Sergiu CIOBANU        Clonliffe Harriers     M    1     (49:20)     49:20
2    Paddy HAMILTON        Annadale Striders     M    4     (50:24)     50:24
3    James MCCARTHY        East Cork AC     M    3419     (51:11)     51:11
4    Matthew CLOUGH        Leeds City AC     M    20     (51:25)     51:25
5    Mark HOEY        Star Of The Sea AC     M    3     (51:43)     51:43
6    Simon RYAN        Raheny Shamrock AC     M    8     (51:53)     51:53
7    Sandis BRALITIS        West Waterford AC     M    10     (52:46)     52:48
8    Martin DOODY        Limerick AC     M    3008     (52:54)     52:59
9    George WAUGH        Bandon AC     M    13     (53:01)     53:01
10    Cillian O'LEARY        Raheny Shamrock AC     M    5     (53:11)     53:11


Top women
Pl.    Name    YOB    Club/City/Country    Cat.    #    Net    Gross
16 (1) Maria MCCAMBRIDGE        Letterkenny AC     F35    22     (54:48)     54:48
47 (2) Lizzie LEE        Leevale AC     F    3351     (57:17)     57:17
77 (3)  Rosemary RYAN        Bilboa AC     F35    24     (59:16)     59:16
92 (4) Angela MCCANN        Clonmel AC     F40    1759     (59:46)     59:46
98 (5) Siobhan O'DOHERTY        Borrisokane AC     F    23     (1:00:16)     1:00:20
104 (6) Anne CURLEY        Donore Harriers     F40    2392     (1:00:21)     1:00:27
124 (7) Ann-Marie HOLLAND        Eagle AC     F35    2490     (1:01:20)     1:01:24
151    Ann O'LEARY        unatt/Cork     F    1659     (1:02:11)     1:02:36...Disqualified
170 (8) Corinna WALSH        West Waterford AC     F35    3058     (1:03:15)     1:03:17
172 (9) Catherine MURPHY        Slaney Olympic AC     F40    1309     (1:03:08)     1:03:27
178 (10) Maria CAREY        Ennis Track Club     F35    2627     (1:03:13)     1:03:33
202 (11) Maura REGAN        Eagle AC     F    3179     (1:03:57)     1:04:02
205 (12) Martina O'DWYER        Carrick-on-Suir AC     F35    2461     (1:04:07)     1:04:07
213 (13) Dervila HOLMES        Donore Harriers     F    3243     (1:04:16)     1:04:22
229 (14) Norma WALL        West Waterford AC     F35    2896     (1:04:37)     1:04:38
240 (15) Mary SWEENEY        St. Finbarrs AC     F50    3328     (1:04:54)     1:04:57

 Update 21st March.......the final results with splits are HERE

Search for your time HERE  ...(Provisional)(By the way, click on your name to get your 5 mile split)

Start of the race...

First 80 finishing...


Photos...
1) A small gallery of the front runners by Gordon Thompson HERE
2) Huge gallery of 1200 photos by Gearoid O'Laoi HERE
3) A small gallery of 56 photos by John Hennessy HERE

30 comments:

Paudie said...

Maria MCCAMBRIDGE over a minute faster then her time in Dungarvan. WOW. Well done.

Anonymous said...

Hey John,

It was my first time doing Ballycotton and I had a ball.A really great day and so well organised...One small thing J...am I the only only one to recieve a special "Upside down" printed mug or have the organisers got a serious issue ??? I hope not, as they dont deserve the hassle...

Well done all involved...

Anonymous said...

My first time running and certainly won't be my last all going well. Loved it! Went under 70 for first time which was a big bonus. Some events make all te training worthwhile and Ballycotton 10 is one of them. Well done to all. So manu people supported the running of this event and deservve a big pat on the back.

Anonymous said...

Fantastic day and well organised as usual. My net and gross time are exactly the same and I am certainly not an elite runner so wasn't up the front, can this be rectified?
Apart from that well done to all involved

Anonymous said...

Mine was also the same..hopefully it can be rectified

Anonymous said...

me 2 both my times the same and this was not the case

Ger said...

Maria McCambridge blew my time estimate out of the water. Well done.

John Desmond said...

Results are still provisional. The 5 mile splits still have to be added. Might be cleared up in the final results? We'll have to wait and see.

Anonymous said...

congrats to all who ran and those who organised it and all others who were involved in the success of the day.Remember all involved are volunteers so mistakes can and do happen.Unable to run anymore due to knee problems but did have the pleasure of collecting 10 mugs.WELL DONE to all. J C.

Lev Yashin's Ghost said...

Another day to remember!! I ran with my wife for the first time, a little piece of magic right there!!

Tony said...

I enjoyed the whole day can't fault anything ps it was my 25th race

Anonymous said...

Both my times net and gross the same aswell??

Anonymous said...

I really enjoyed BC 10 this year again after an injury break last year ...thought the wind was particularly tough heading out between 3 and 6. great organisation and support as always. Lets hope they can recify the timing as it is definately 70 seconds out for me

James said...

A big thanks to you John !
It was my first time running Ballycotton and all of your updates on what to do and expect were invaluable and contributed hugely to my enjoyment of the buildup and race day itself.

Bryan Keane said...

There was an ambulance at the end of the race coming in and out of the finish area around the Hour and fifteen minute mark. Do you know if that person is ok? was it anything serious? I hope not. Well done to all who took part.

John Desmond said...

The ambulance mentioned was responding to an unrelated call (an elderly local person was taken to hospital).

Also a reminder...in the results, click on your name to get your 5 mile split. For those of you that mentioned incorrect chip times, see what it is like when you do that as well.

Maura Turner said...

Another success story for the Ballycotton 10. Would love more music in the centre loop.Congratulations to the organisers.Best cuppa and ham sambos in Ireland!

Raven said...

I didn't really believe the hype of this race that was until I actually ran it, There's just something about Ballycotton it has this quiet charisma that draws you in I thought the locals were extremely friendly and the crowds of supporters that were on hand throughout the race was a most welcome boost, definitely a day I'll remember forever more.

rebelted said...

did ballycotton 10 yesterday for the 7th time, i dont know what is so special about it, but i have to do it every year since i started running. but yesterday just reminded me why, it is just the complete race, it has it all. The 2 car parks above the town have made things very easy , as the bus from garryvoe is the only turn off.well done to john walsh and all the crew. see u next year

Anonymous said...

Hi John, this was my first time running the Ballycotton ten and I am still on a high after the day. The positive energy and fantastic comraderie felt throughout the day was so uplifting. At times throughout the run I felt as if my legs were not carrying me, I was just being swept along by a current of runners alongside of me, in front of me and behind me. I have the bug now....cant wait for next year!!!!

Lorraine said...

Amazing race, my favourite 10miles by far, Organisation fantastic as well, worth ever bit of the travel from a " Purbeck Runner"

Anonymous said...

My first time running down in this part of the Country but not my last really enjoyed it great event in Beautiful location.

Anonymous said...

Great day, great support, thanks to all the organisers and the whole community of Ballycotton for helping make it such a memorable day, everyone young and old were out supporting, handing out water, cleaning up afterwards etc. There was a great sense of community and comradery both on and off the course :) Looking fwd to 2013 :)

Anonymous said...

Any more photos of last sundays Ballycotton 10???? Usually the finish line photos are available very soon after the race but so far I haven't seen anything??
Does anybody know about this...thanks

Anonymous said...

hi john
my times are sorted now, cheers

Anne said...

We had such a wonderful day at the Ballycotton race on Sunday. It was amazing. The people organising it must have worked so hard - it was a dream. The crowd were fantastic. They must surely have raw throats still! The cup of tea at the end was wonderful and the mars bar gratefully recieved! It was the first time we (Dad, Mum and Son) had ever run in the same race and what a one to do it in. Thank you so much, the mugs will be displayed with pride and fondness.

Anonymous said...

mine and several more chip times still not shown can this be rectified or explained why this happened thanks

Anonymous said...

Net and Gross times still the same for my time even though there was almost 2 minutes on the clock by the time I passed the start line. Do you think this can be rectified or were the times not recorded and ao unrecoverable?

Anonymous said...

Hi just wondering were there any finishline photos at ballycotton this year 2012 ? dont seem to see any in google or finishlinephotography this year ?

Eoin

jpc said...

is there any way i can get a photo of my self finishing bc 2012?
Jcorbett
peterborough uk
e mail jpcorbett37@gmail.com please if any info