Google+ Running in Cork, Ireland: Results & Photos of the Cork BHAA VMWare 5k in Ballincollig...Thurs 18th June 2015

Friday, June 19, 2015

Results & Photos of the Cork BHAA VMWare 5k in Ballincollig...Thurs 18th June 2015

This was a new 5k race on the Cork BHAA calendar.

1 Dennis Lyons M1 00:15:59 CBC staff
2 Darren Molloy M2 00:16:13 Navy M-A-1
3 MICHAEL HARRINGTON 0/40A M3 00:16:16 Harrington Upvc Ltd
37 Carmel Parnell 0/55L F1 00:18:50 Cork Shops
55 Helen Leonard 0/40I F2 00:19:27 Midleton Town Council
60 Niamh Cronin 0/35H F3 00:19:39 Ronan Daly Jermyn Solicitors F

The full results can be seen HERE

1) Kieran Minihane has a gallery of photos HERE
2) Joe Murphy of Eagle AC has a gallery of photos HERE

Photos...(Facebook account required to view)
1) Pauline Hennessey has a gallery HERE


Anonymous said...

Well done VMware on your inaugural BHAA 5K race. Registration was easy, no queuing, loads of parking, loads of marshals, loads of water, and an amazing spread of food at the end. Didn't seem like a PB course at first but many PB'd. Will definitely be back again next year.

Anonymous said...

Great to see another well run event on the BHAA Calendar. Well done VMware & the BHAA, first events usually end with a few surprises but this seemed to go off very smoothly. Enjoyed the course too - challenging and great to see how you measure up on the hilly courses in between the summer marina 5k.

Anonymous said...

Great effort by all involved, a very well organised event.

Anonymous said...

Great race. A few climbs but fast finish. Not far off my PB.. maybe next time. lots of stewards along the route giving great support along the way. Amazing refreshments afterwards. There was something for every one. Great to have the bottled water at the finish on such a warm evening. Well done VMWare and BHAA.. Be back again next year.

Anonymous said...

Really enjoyed it.. tough but enjoyable course.

Anonymous said...

Well done to VMware organizing a great event and the weather. Quick and easy registration, loads of parking and stewards to help along the way. Great grub post race. I cant decide which were more challenging, the two long pulls at the GAA and along Innishmore or the two small ones running around the square / St Barbara Road. Despite the downhill finished missed my PB....must have been the heat :-P