Google+ Running in Cork, Ireland: Results of the Great Island 10 mile road race - Sun 15th Apr 2012

Monday, April 16, 2012

Results of the Great Island 10 mile road race - Sun 15th Apr 2012

There was a huge increase in numbers this year with 604 runners turning out, an increase of 53% on the last year's figure of 394.

The mens race was won by Sandis Bralitis of West Waterford AC in a time of 53:23. The first woman home was Annmarie Holland of Eagle AC in a time of 62:56.

Men: 1 Sandis Bralitis (W Waterford) 53:23; 2 George Waugh (Bandon) 53:51; 3 John Meade (St Finbarr’s) 55:22; 4 Dzintars Klava (W Waterford) 55:44; 5 Danny Smith (Ballynonty) 56:29; 6 Finay Weir (Waterford, M40) 58:30; 7 Don Keohane (Eagle, M45) 58:47; 8 Denis Dunne (Eagle) 59:03; 9 George McCarthy (Farranfore-MC) 59:32; 10 Ivan Slovak 60:46. M40: 2 Colin O’Herlihy (Eagle) 61:35; 3 Michael Lucey 63:28. M45: 2 David Egan 66:26; 3 Brian Linehan 68:32. M50: 1 James Kelliher 67:01; 2 Ken Carey 67:42; 3 Mark Walsh (Midleton) 69:33. M55: 1 Neilus Aherne (Midleton) 65:31; 2 Joe Murphy (Eagle) 65:39; 3 Pat Twomey (Eagle) 67:23.
Women: 1 Ann-Marie Holland (Eagle, W35) 62:56; 2 Mary Sweeney (St Finbarr’s, W50) 65:05; 3 Geraldine O’Shea (St Finbarr’s, W40) 66:58; 4 Esther Murphy (St Finbarr’s, W35) 68:15; 5 Maura Regan (Eagle) 70:06; 6 Ann Cashman (Eagle) 70:16. W35: 3 Niamh Cronin (St Finbarr’s) 71:02. W40: 2 Margo Dinan (St Finbarr’s) 71:39; 3 Ciara Raginel 75:31. W45: 1 Orla O’Rourke 71:16; 2 Eileen Buckley (St Finbarr’s) 80:27; 3 Breda Sheedy (Midleton) 81:01. W50: 2 Frances O’Connor (Eagle) 82:18 3 M Evans (Riverstick-Kinsale) 84:05.

The full results for Great Island 10 mile road race in Cobh can be found HERE 

1) Doug Minihane has a large gallery of photos HERE


Anonymous said...

What a wonderful day's running in Cobh today on a course that was challenging no matter what level of runner you are. Great weather, crowd and organisation - all the elements necessary for a great day !

Anonymous said...

ran it today for my first 10 mile ever.extremely hilly but it was a great challenge and i made it in 86 mins so im proud i completed it.
Definitely be running again next year.if anybody is looking for a challenge or training for the marathon,run this track.
conor Roche

Anonymous said...

Well done to the organizers, everything seemed to go without a hitch as far as I could tell. It was really great having it at 10:30am as it freed up the afternoon nicely. Same time next year please. Thought the worst part was walking from the finish back up to the car park. Now that was steep!

Anonymous said...

Fantastic day...well organised. Hilly but perfect weather!!
Well done...loved 10.30 start