Google+ Running in Cork, Ireland: Results of the Carrigaline 5 mile road race...Sun 16th Feb 2014

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Results of the Carrigaline 5 mile road race...Sun 16th Feb 2014

Despite the forecast for fine weather, it seems as if the weather front arrived a few hours early on Sunday. After a damp morning, it cleared up later and was dry for most of the race.

SHEEHAN, Colm    Leevale AC 0:25:37
MCCARTHY, James    East Cork AC 0:26:15
MERRIT, Colin    Carraig na bhFear AC    M40 0:26:18
DRUMM, Orla    Crusaders AC 0:28:44
WALSH, Niamh    Leevale AC 0:32:16
O'NEILL, Nollaig    Leevale AC F40 0:32:24

The results can be seen HERE

First woman home Orla Drumm of Crusaders AC with Rob Patterson of the Edge Sports Shop

Photos...(Updated 11:30am 18th Feb)
1) There is a gallery of 72 photos HERE
2) Aoife Costello has a gallery HERE
3) Derek Costello has a gallery HERE
4) As always, Kieran Minihane has some great photos HERE
5) Eagle AC have two galleries of photos...Finish line HERE and presentation of prizes HERE 

Voucher........If you ran in Carrigaline then you should have got discount voucher for The Edge Sports store. If you go to this old post, you will see the location of their Superstore near the Kinsale Road roundabout. They also have a smaller shop in the North Main Street in Cork City.


John G said...

Weather was almost perfect for this. Slight headwind in places, but couldn't complain. Tough climb at mile 2.
Well organised by Eagle AC as usual - 4 registration desks !!!! ( is that a record ), lots of visible stewards and all of them offering encouragement, and good food afterwards.
Good mornings work at Carrigaline.
Thanks to all.

Anonymous said...

The encouragement Mary Linehan gave me on the hill around mile 4 was fantastic and definitely gave me a faster time. Thank you. It was very much appreciated. It is really nice when more senior runners are so generous with their expertise, experience, tips, encouragement, etc.

Also thank you to the caterers. The flapjacks were really nice. It was a lovely spread.

Well done to all the organisers. It was a great race.