Sunday, August 19, 2012

Tipperary...Results of the Clonmel Half-Marathon - Sun 19th Aug 2012

A record 401 runners turned out this year for the Boston Scientific Clonmel Half-Marathon, a 27% improvement on the figure of 316 for 2011 (2010=314).

The winner of the mens race was David  McCarthy of West Waterford AC in a time of 1:10:19 (01:10:12 Chip) beating last year’s time by 4 mins 32 secs. The first woman home was Angela McCann of Clonmel AC in a time of 1:20:35 beating her winning time last year by 56 seconds..

Pos    Name    Cat    club    Finish    Chiptime
1    David  McCarthy    M    West Waterford Athletic Club     01:10:19     01:10:12.00
2    Julio Cesar F Castro    M    Kilmurry Ibrickane North Clare A.C.     01:12:48     01:12:45.90
3    Philip Harty    M    Donore Harriers Athletic Club     01:14:44     01:14:37.25
1    Angela Mc Cann    F40    Clonmel Athletic Club     01:20:35     01:20:31.75
2    Teresa  Agar    F    St. Albans     01:28:14     01:28:05.20
3    Geraldine O'Shea    F40    St Finbarrs Athletic Club     01:28:50     01:28:43.35

The full results can be seen HERE

Photos.....
1) Tipperary photos have a small number of photos HERE

Did you do this race? Comments??

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Super race today, well done Clonmel a.c. Very well organised and marshalled throughout. Tough course with a killer climb around the 10 mile mark. Very humid too. Will definitely consider returning next year.

cathal said...

did it today - first time. excellent race. great value and v well organised tho finding the venue wasn't the easiest. that said - will be back next year

Anonymous said...

Hi John, just back from Clonmel. A great race, very well organised, before, during and after.Banished the ghosts of 2010 and definitely Clonmel AC, not the runners, Went the Extra Mile.
Agree with first comment tough course & very humid, light showers were a God send, imagine saying that this summer.
Fergus W

Micheal said...

Excellent organisation. Well done lads. Found it a tough challenge with the few pulls. A good test. Micheal O Mullain, Cork

Anonymous said...

Great race, really well organised. Having the small bottles of water at every water station was great (cups are disaster). Three years in and Clonmel AC really seem to of gotten the hang of the half marathon business. Well done to all involved.

Anonymous said...

This was a great day, tough course but this amde it al the more enjoyable!! Marshalls done a great job and everyone of them took the time to urge me on with a comment or a clap. A lot of other over priced events could learn alot from this event.
Aidan Thompson, Cork.

Anonymous said...

Anybody know if there are photos available????

Anonymous said...

I have ran alot of 10's and halves and I have to say that the Clonmel half is right up there.
Positives: value for money, goodie bag, technical tshirt, chip timing, well organised, food post race.
Negatives: Race is hilly but Clonmel is in a valley so expect nothing less. Doesn't impact on Dublin series and Ballycotton which are quite hilly.
Clonmel have definately learnt their lesson from last two years and I would expect this race to sell out over the next few years.
Vredit to organisers and helpers from Clonmel AC.

Anonymous said...

Some photos avaialable on tipperaryphotos.com

Anonymous said...

I had a fantastic day ,this years event was really well organised well done Clonmel AC

Anonymous said...

I was very dissapointed again this year with technical t-shirt sizes being only small left again.We had the same issue last year as well. Overheard a good few runners saying the same. The event is very well run by clonmel ac, just a pity it has happened again with tech top.

Anonymous said...

Fantastic day-well organised, nice t-shirts/ medals, relaxing grounds of college after finish line, nice tea and cake etc.

Negative- very poor Clonmel Half Marathon website

Well done Clonmel AC and Boston Scientific for sponsorship.