Google+ Running in Cork, Ireland: Results of the Keith Whyte Ultra, Half-Ultra & 10k - Sat 19th July 2014

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Results of the Keith Whyte Ultra, Half-Ultra & 10k - Sat 19th July 2014

The Keith Whyte 36 mile Ultra-Marathon was held on Saturday the 19th of February in Courtmacsherry, West Cork.

A total of 63 runners took part in the full Ultra distance of 36 miles, up from the 49 in the inaugural event in 2013.

36 Mile Ultra
1 Vasiliy Neumerzhitskiy Ireland Marathon Club M 4:35:56...(7:40 per mile)
2 Brian Ankers  100 Marathon Club    M 4:53:31
3 Stephen Tabb  Defence forces    M 4:54:51
5 Col Conway  F 5:02:00....(8:23 per mile)
9 Mandy Cooke  F 5:39:02
25 Anne Jennings F  6:19:10

In the 18 mile Half-Ultra, there were 80 taking part.
1 Christopher Murnane  St Finbarrs    M 1:55:55...(6:26 per mile)
2 Shane O'Rourke  Bandon AC    M 2:03:12
3 Eric Browne  Eagle AC    M 2:04:02
12 Lucy Darcy  Precision Timing    F  2:16:35...(7:35 per mile)
24 Lynda Fay  St.Abbans    F 2:26:26
26 Sandra Walsh F 2:28:07

1 Ronan Wogan        Precision Timing    M 36:33
2 Ian Martin,            M 39:06
3 Frank Landy        Clare crusaders    M 41:48
5 Ronnie Barry        Bandon AC    F 42:42
17 Catherine Clancy        St catherine    F 48:42
23 Noreen Crowley,            F 50:29

The full results can be seen HERE

Photos...(Updated Mon 21st July @10am)
1) Martin Kelleher has a small gallery on Facebook HERE
2) The organisers have a gallery of 430 photos HERE and 64 photos HERE


Anonymous said...

Great day even if the heat was too much. Organisation was second to none. Support on course was unbelievable, plenty of iced drinks, crisps and biscuits. I enjoyed a new challenge even if my body is not too happy with me.

Anonymous said...

Excellent event. Did the "Half-Ultra", if that makes sense! Really really impressed with how the Cloncrew run these events, and after running in the Waterford Viking debacle a few weeks back, this was top class stuff! #howtorunaneventproperly

Anonymous said...

Very good event! Loved the 18 mile race.....

JohnnyDun said...

Have to agree with all the previous posts. Great event,well run with the iced drinks as a bonus.Even though I suffered in the heat I enjoyed it.

Anonymous said...

Great day yesterday. Did the 18 mile - you don't see the distance often in a race but am working up from a half to full marathon so found it really good preparation. Heat and humidity were tough but there were loads of drink stations - every 3 miles. Loved the course and there was a really nice atmosphere on the day!