Saturday, August 25, 2012

Clare...Results of the Fanore Half-Marathon / 10k Fun Run - Sat 18th Aug 2012

These are the only results provided by the organisers...

The first ten runners to cross the finish line in the Half Marathon were:
1. Kevin Darcy, Ballyvaughan (1hr 38mins)
2. William Burke, Clarinbridge (1hr 45mins)
3. Sean McNamara, Tuamgraney (1hr 47mins)

4. Stephen McAuliffe, Mallow (1hr 47mins)
5. Hubert Brennan, Oranmore (1hr 49mins)
6. Siobhán Lennon, Ennis (1hr 50mins)
7. Aengus Mullins, Corofin (1hr 52mins)
8. Colin O’Malley, Tubber (1hr 53mins)
9. Anthony Jinks, Athlone (1hr 53mins)
10. David O’Brien, Athlone (1hr 53mins)

In the 10K, the following runners were the first to arrive:
1. Gearoid Hynes, Galway (39 mins)
2. Michael O’Dwyer, Lahinch (47 mins)
3. Joe Jennings, Oranmore (48 mins)
4. Jon O’Connell, Miltown Malbay (52 mins)
5. Christophe Martinet, Louviers (France) (52 mins)
6. Niall Reilly, Kingscourt (52 mins)
7. Fintan O’Grady, Mullagh (53 mins)
8. John Twomey, Clonakilty (53 mins)
9. Myles Clarke, Fanore (54 mins)
10. Ed O’Riordan, Corbally (55 mins)

2 comments:

Geraldine O Sullivan said...

I did this half and was second female!! No race organiser around to say well done or take photo of top 3 females.
Really challenging race as it was on green road and mountain but scenery was breath taking once you got to top!
Mile markers were well off as fellow runners Garmin said 10 miles at Ml 9?
Water cups were minimal so reckon we shared cups but in intense heat and challenging terrain we just drank it.!!!
No prizes for winners only a medal.
However, if properly organised this event has potential to draw big crowds from mountain running world.
Majority were locals with some holiday makers thrown in.
Travelled from South West to do this run . Enjoyed it despite the fact that I was not aware of so much of it being off road.
Elevation and route description need to be displayed honestly and cearly.
Had great weekend in North Clare.

Stephen Mc Auliffe said...

This was my second time doing this run. It is an awesome course in some of the most beautiful places in the country. It is a pity that more people don't do this event as it has a lovely atmosphere and there is a good spread after. Thanks to all involved. I had a great weekend and will be back next year. I was delighted to come in fourth. A few pictures and a little bit of publicity would go a long way to marketing the event. I have to say that there were sufficent water stations.