Google+ Running in Cork, Ireland: Huge turnout for Waterford Half-Marathon as Cork runner Lizzie Lee takes title

Saturday, December 01, 2018

Huge turnout for Waterford Half-Marathon as Cork runner Lizzie Lee takes title

There was a huge turn out of 2338 runners for this years Waterford Half-Marathon. This is a hugely popular race amongst club runners looking for a fast half-marathon at the end of the year.

Following up on her win at the national marathon in Dublin and the recent Stook 10 mile in Kilkenny, Lizzie Lee from Cork took the title in a time of 1h 18m 46s. Looking through the results, there was a big contingent of runners from Cork there also.

1 Sittuk     Freddie 36     1:08:01 5:11/M     Open     Raheny Shamrock A.C.
2 Fitzpatrick     Tomas     31     1:08:05 5:12/M     Open     Tallaght A.C.
3 Hayes     Thomas     34     1:08:12 5:12/M     Open     Kilkenny City Harriers A.C.
4 O'Leary     Cillian 20     1:09:10 5:17/M     Open     Raheny Shamrock A.C.
5 Connick     Andrew     12     1:10:01 5:21/M     Open     Ferrybank A.C.
36 Lee     Lizzie     30     1:18:46 6:01/M     Open     Leevale A.C.
42 Fitzgerald     Ruth     29     1:19:42 6:05/M     Open     Waterford A.C.
62 Kehoe     Fiona     10     1:22:02 6:16/M     Open     Kilmore A.C.
124 Corcoran     Jan     2953     1:26:17 6:35/M     Open     Le Cheile A.C.
126 Brennan     Grainne 2202     1:26:21 6:35/M     Open          

Full results...

Category results...

Photos... (Updated Sun 2nd Dec 11:19am)
1) West Waterford AC have some photos HERE
2) There is another gallery on the Race Face page
3) Gearóid Ó Laoi has a large gallery on Flickr
4) John Troy has a nice gallery HERE 


anonymous said...

Very well organised race at a goid price with good spread afterwards but not a course for a fast time since they changed the course a few years back.

Anonymous said...

Agreed ha thought it was just be that didn't agree with fast course description but very good organised race great weather and lovely hat green and white next year lads ����

Anonymous said...

I don't know I found the course very fair. Last year they had 8 under 68 minutes. Comparing that to Charleville which I think most would consider a fast if not thee fastest course only had 1, 7 this year. Waterford didn't seem to get the same field this year presumably with it being so close to the European cross country and Dublin.

cathalhistory said...

It's a tough course but fair.mile 10 is savage

Anonymous said...

Hats off to Waterford AC. So well organised and big thank you to the 2hr pacers, very kind and helpful individuals giving up their time and energy.