Pride Run 2014 Results

Here are the results of the 2014 Pride Run, thanks to everyone who ran and helped out :)

Pos Name RaceNo Gender Time Net Time Time Behind Winner GenderPos
1 Dáire Bermingham 18 Male 00:15:26 00:15:25 00:00:00 1
2 Sean O Malley 362 Male 00:17:07 00:17:04 00:01:41 2
3 Rory O’Sullivan 399 Male 00:17:16 00:17:15 00:01:50 3
4 Barry O’Driscoll 374 Male 00:18:02 00:18:01 00:02:36 4
5 Owen Fletcher 156 Male 00:18:08 00:18:06 00:02:42 5
6 Igor Koper 245 Male 00:18:11 00:18:09 00:02:45 6
7 Kieran Hopkins 216 Male 00:18:14 00:18:12 00:02:48 7
8 John Dillon 116 Male 00:18:16 00:18:14 00:02:50 8
9 Kevin Nolan 352 Male 00:18:27 00:18:17 00:03:01 9
10 Mark Small 449 Male 00:18:32 00:18:19 00:03:06 10
11 Seamus Moore 331 Male 00:18:37 00:18:34 00:03:11 11
12 Hugh Hannigan 198 Male 00:19:09 00:19:04 00:03:43 12
13 John Keenan 230 Male 00:19:10 00:19:06 00:03:44 13
14 Padraic Whyte 493 Male 00:19:13 00:19:11 00:03:47 14
15 Daragh Cassidy 62 Male 00:19:15 00:19:13 00:03:49 15
16 Tom Foley 162 Male 00:19:30 00:19:21 00:04:04 16
17 Ken Mannion 287 Male 00:19:32 00:19:28 00:04:06 17
18 James Colins 74 Male 00:19:35 00:19:21 00:04:09 18
19 Joseph Burke 36 Male 00:19:40 00:19:38 00:04:14 19
20 Thomas Frayne 168 Male 00:19:42 00:19:41 00:04:16 20
21 Shay Foody 163 Male 00:19:53 00:19:48 00:04:27 21
22 Kevin O’Riordan 395 Male 00:20:06 00:20:02 00:04:40 22
23 Bo Huissoon 219 Male 00:20:13 00:19:57 00:04:47 23
24 Albert Dolan 117 Male 00:20:17 00:20:12 00:04:51 24
25 Matthew Cranley 88 Male 00:20:18 00:20:10 00:04:52 25
26 Dermot Macken 280 Male 00:20:23 00:20:21 00:04:57 26
27 David Kiely 244 Male 00:20:27 00:20:12 00:05:01 27
28 Shane McGuire 313 Male 00:20:29 00:20:03 00:05:03 28
29 Ryan McConnell 300 Male 00:20:31 00:20:16 00:05:05 29
30 Thomas Quinn 412 Male 00:20:34 00:20:22 00:05:08 30
31 Graham O Riordan 365 Male 00:20:39 00:20:31 00:05:13 31
32 David Mc Kenna 292 Male 00:20:40 00:20:37 00:05:14 32
33 Kieran Hennessy 205 Male 00:20:44 00:20:29 00:05:18 33
34 Tim Wynne 496 Male 00:20:53 00:20:49 00:05:27 34
35 Graham Egan 134 Male 00:20:58 00:20:53 00:05:32 35
36 Shea Fitzpatrick 153 Male 00:20:59 00:20:54 00:05:33 36
37 Dermot Mccarthy 298 Male 00:20:59 00:20:53 00:05:33 37
38 Robert Dempsey 111 Male 00:21:02 00:20:49 00:05:36 38
39 juan garcia 174 Male 00:21:04 00:20:55 00:05:38 39
40 Brian Carter 60 Male 00:21:05 00:20:59 00:05:39 40
41 Timothy Hurley 222 Male 00:21:17 00:20:29 00:05:51 41
42 Liam Nulty 356 Male 00:21:17 00:20:49 00:05:51 42
43 Brian Kedney 229 Male 00:21:25 00:21:13 00:05:59 43
44 desmond crowley 92 Male 00:21:29 00:21:25 00:06:03 44
45 Eugene O’Neill 386 Male 00:21:29 00:20:55 00:06:03 45
46 Bernard Hanratty 200 Male 00:21:44 00:21:18 00:06:18 46
47 Kristy Ryan 434 Female 00:21:48 00:21:43 00:00:49 1
48 robert ryan 437 Male 00:21:49 00:21:45 00:06:23 47
49 Myles Dolan 119 Male 00:21:51 00:21:33 00:06:25 48
50 Vladimir Dotsenko 122 Male 00:21:51 00:21:48 00:06:25 49
51 Douglas Mulholland 337 Male 00:21:51 00:21:04 00:06:25 50
52 Damien Callaghan 51 Male 00:21:56 00:21:27 00:06:30 51
53 Ashley McCall 296 Male 00:21:57 00:21:33 00:06:31 52
54 Neil Farrell 142 Male 00:22:02 00:21:46 00:06:36 53
55 michael walsh 479 Male 00:22:06 00:21:56 00:06:40 54
56 Ciaran Ohalloran 380 Male 00:22:09 00:21:22 00:06:43 55
57 Kieran Kelly 234 Male 00:22:12 00:22:02 00:06:46 56
58 greg lyons 271 Male 00:22:12 00:22:00 00:06:46 57
59 Aidan Lynch 270 Male 00:22:13 00:21:49 00:06:47 58
60 Mark Murphy 339 Male 00:22:16 00:22:08 00:06:50 59
61 Ciaran Cawley 64 Male 00:22:21 00:22:16 00:06:55 60
62 Adrian Farrell 143 Male 00:22:21 00:21:35 00:06:55 61
63 ANTONIO VERDU 472 Male 00:22:21 00:22:04 00:06:55 62
64 Eric Patrick Byrne 46 Male 00:22:29 00:22:14 00:07:03 63
65 Tony Flynn 159 Male 00:22:32 00:22:16 00:07:06 64
66 David Fitzpatrik 154 Male 00:22:33 00:22:01 00:07:07 65
67 PHILIP RYAN 433 Male 00:22:33 00:22:24 00:07:07 66
68 Ed Naughten 343 Male 00:22:38 00:21:51 00:07:12 67
69 Brian Buckley 32 Male 00:22:44 00:22:34 00:07:18 68
70 Alvaro Fernandes 147 Male 00:22:44 00:22:04 00:07:18 69
71 Ewan Kelly 235 Male 00:22:52 00:22:41 00:07:26 70
72 Patrick Rooney 425 Male 00:22:56 00:22:50 00:07:30 71
73 Padraig McLoughlin 319 Male 00:23:01 00:22:55 00:07:35 72
74 Brendan Cahill 50 Male 00:23:05 00:22:47 00:07:39 73
75 Dónal Ó Néill 363 Male 00:23:05 00:22:47 00:07:39 74
76 Iain Wynn-Jones 497 Male 00:23:08 00:22:59 00:07:42 75
77 Ray Buckley 31 Male 00:23:11 00:22:58 00:07:45 76
78 Emily Coss 84 Female 00:23:11 00:22:49 00:02:12 2
79 David Shaw 444 Male 00:23:11 00:22:52 00:07:45 77
80 Eoin O Currain 359 Male 00:23:18 00:22:38 00:07:52 78
81 Sean Dunne 131 Male 00:23:24 00:23:06 00:07:58 79
82 Jason Bradshaw 24 Male 00:23:25 00:22:53 00:07:59 80
83 Peter Henshaw 206 Male 00:23:30 00:23:20 00:08:04 81
84 Eimear Bourke Bourke 21 Female 00:23:31 00:23:25 00:02:32 3
85 Stephen Murphy 342 Male 00:23:31 00:23:25 00:08:05 82
86 Shane Fagan 138 Male 00:23:39 00:22:58 00:08:13 83
87 Ale Pessoa 403 Male 00:23:42 00:23:25 00:08:16 84
88 David Harrington 202 Male 00:23:45 00:22:55 00:08:19 85
89 SANDRA GALVIN 171 Female 00:23:47 00:23:35 00:02:48 4
90 Steen Clinton 71 Male 00:23:52 00:23:42 00:08:26 86
91 Paul Anders 3 Male 00:23:54 00:23:38 00:08:28 87
92 Stephen Boylan 22 Male 00:23:55 00:23:25 00:08:29 88
93 Niel Glas 184 Male 00:23:56 00:23:25 00:08:30 89
94 ANDRE GIANLORENZO 181 Male 00:23:57 00:23:13 00:08:31 90
95 Brendan Slattery 448 Male 00:23:57 00:23:08 00:08:31 91
96 Kevin Baneham 13 Male 00:23:58 00:23:03 00:08:32 92
97 John Ward 482 Male 00:24:00 00:23:40 00:08:34 93
98 Nelson Moody 330 Male 00:24:01 00:23:33 00:08:35 94
99 Tom Armstrong 8 Male 00:24:02 00:23:53 00:08:36 95
100 Michael Flynn 157 Male 00:24:03 00:23:11 00:08:37 96
101 Kevin Foy 166 Male 00:24:06 00:23:59 00:08:40 97
102 James Lee 257 Male 00:24:06 00:23:30 00:08:40 98
103 RIchard Kennedy 240 Male 00:24:08 00:23:55 00:08:42 99
104 Luiz DaSilva 104 Male 00:24:13 00:23:59 00:08:47 100
105 Paul Hanaphy 197 Male 00:24:13 00:23:59 00:08:47 101
106 Niall Scanlon 441 Male 00:24:21 00:23:45 00:08:55 102
107 John Craddock 87 Male 00:24:24 00:23:37 00:08:58 103
108 Manuel Urrea 469 Male 00:24:28 00:24:25 00:09:02 104
109 Brian Young 498 Male 00:24:28 00:23:59 00:09:02 105
110 John Kiefel 242 Male 00:24:29 00:24:07 00:09:03 106
111 Susan Reilly 420 Female 00:24:32 00:24:21 00:03:33 5
112 Michael Curtin 100 Male 00:24:33 00:24:09 00:09:07 107
113 Sean Fagan 140 Male 00:24:37 00:24:34 00:09:11 108
114 Keith Fagan 139 Male 00:24:39 00:24:35 00:09:13 109
115 Niall Callan 53 Male 00:24:40 00:24:06 00:09:14 110
116 Pablo Fernandez 148 Male 00:24:40 00:24:05 00:09:14 111
117 Martin Spillane 457 Male 00:24:46 00:24:24 00:09:20 112
118 Dion O Caoimh 358 Male 00:24:48 00:24:16 00:09:22 113
119 Cathy Holloway 214 Female 00:24:50 00:24:16 00:03:51 6
120 siobhan o brien 357 Female 00:24:53 00:24:42 00:03:54 7
121 William St Martin 459 Male 00:24:53 00:24:18 00:09:27 114
122 Bryan Desmond 112 Male 00:24:55 00:24:27 00:09:29 115
123 Michael Lillis 261 Male 00:24:56 00:24:27 00:09:30 116
124 Aisling Giapponi 182 Female 00:24:57 00:24:52 00:03:58 8
125 Joe Savelson 438 Male 00:24:58 00:24:09 00:09:32 117
126 Marcus Connolly 79 Male 00:24:59 00:24:20 00:09:33 118
127 Jason Kennedy 241 Male 00:24:59 00:24:42 00:09:33 119
128 YVONNE lyons 276 Female 00:25:01 00:24:48 00:04:02 9
129 Rafal Misiak 325 Male 00:25:02 00:24:57 00:09:36 120
130 Eoin Fallon 141 Male 00:25:03 00:24:22 00:09:37 121
131 Andrew Harkin 201 Male 00:25:03 00:24:33 00:09:37 122
132 Linda O’Dwyer 376 Female 00:25:03 00:24:53 00:04:04 10
133 Peter Ryan 435 Male 00:25:05 00:24:38 00:09:39 123
134 Raymond Manley 286 Male 00:25:07 00:24:52 00:09:41 124
135 Jenny Power O Riordan 364 Female 00:25:07 00:24:58 00:04:08 11
136 Robert Copperwhite 83 Male 00:25:08 00:24:51 00:09:42 125
137 Eve Watson 484 Female 00:25:12 00:25:03 00:04:13 12
138 Brian Mac Muiris 279 Male 00:25:20 00:24:40 00:09:54 126
139 Stephen Wade 473 Male 00:25:20 00:24:28 00:09:54 127
140 anthony murphy 340 Male 00:25:26 00:25:10 00:10:00 128
141 Mark Oliver 381 Male 00:25:30 00:24:55 00:10:04 129
142 Damien Oneill 384 Male 00:25:30 00:24:54 00:10:04 130
143 Rory Geraghty 179 Male 00:25:34 00:25:23 00:10:08 131
144 Richard Twomey 466 Male 00:25:36 00:25:00 00:10:10 132
145 Karen Doyle 125 Female 00:25:38 00:25:31 00:04:39 13
146 Stephen McConnell 299 Male 00:25:39 00:24:45 00:10:13 133
147 Danny McMackin 320 Male 00:25:40 00:24:49 00:10:14 134
148 gareth holliday 213 Male 00:25:41 00:24:58 00:10:15 135
149 Diarmuid Angland 5 Male 00:25:42 00:25:28 00:10:16 136
150 Sean O Sullivan 367 Male 00:25:43 00:25:08 00:10:17 137
151 Alan McArthur 295 Male 00:25:45 00:25:26 00:10:19 138
152 bronagh o’neill 387 Female 00:25:46 00:25:04 00:04:47 14
153 Micheal O’Rourke 397 Male 00:25:46 00:24:57 00:10:20 139
154 Michael Hanrahan 199 Male 00:25:48 00:25:18 00:10:22 140
155 Mark Phillips 405 Male 00:25:51 00:25:28 00:10:25 141
156 Conor Gallagher 169 Male 00:25:52 00:25:47 00:10:26 142
157 Dariusz Kuc 247 Male 00:25:52 00:25:00 00:10:26 143
158 Jeanmarc Pillaud 407 Male 00:25:52 00:25:08 00:10:26 144
159 David Carroll 58 Male 00:25:53 00:25:01 00:10:27 145
160 Barry Mulcahy 336 Male 00:25:55 00:25:25 00:10:29 146
161 MARK FITZGERALD 151 Male 00:25:57 00:25:37 00:10:31 147
162 Lorna Purcell 410 Female 00:25:57 00:25:33 00:04:58 15
163 David Gorman 186 Male 00:25:58 00:25:34 00:10:32 148
164 Matthew Green 188 Male 00:25:58 00:25:05 00:10:32 149
165 Ocean Phi Long Le 253 Male 00:25:58 00:25:04 00:10:32 150
166 alan richardson 421 Male 00:25:59 00:25:32 00:10:33 151
167 Lorraine O’Neill 390 Female 00:26:00 00:25:27 00:05:01 16
168 Declan Groves 191 Male 00:26:03 00:25:45 00:10:37 152
169 Niall O’Reilly 394 Male 00:26:05 00:25:10 00:10:39 153
170 Gary Halpin 195 Male 00:26:07 00:25:41 00:10:41 154
171 Rob Walpole 478 Male 00:26:10 00:26:02 00:10:44 155
172 Michael Callan 52 Male 00:26:11 00:25:40 00:10:45 156
173 Paula Gaynor 177 Female 00:26:11 00:25:44 00:05:12 17
174 amanda mchugh 314 Female 00:26:11 00:25:43 00:05:12 18
175 Billy Hamilton 196 Male 00:26:13 00:25:41 00:10:47 157
176 Kevin Cockburn 72 Male 00:26:15 00:26:08 00:10:49 158
177 fernando Saviotti 440 Male 00:26:15 00:25:49 00:10:49 159
178 David Clear 70 Male 00:26:19 00:26:03 00:10:53 160
179 keith Thuillier 463 Male 00:26:25 00:25:47 00:10:59 161
180 Paul Glennon 185 Male 00:26:26 00:25:52 00:11:00 162
181 Brian Cavanagh 63 Male 00:26:27 00:26:16 00:11:01 163
182 john butler 40 Male 00:26:28 00:26:20 00:11:02 164
183 John Cutler 102 Male 00:26:30 00:26:13 00:11:04 165
184 Claire Tadla 462 Female 00:26:31 00:26:07 00:05:32 19
185 Colin Burke 37 Male 00:26:32 00:26:07 00:11:06 166
186 Ian Faulkner 145 Male 00:26:32 00:26:06 00:11:06 167
187 Lou O Halloran 361 Female 00:26:33 00:26:14 00:05:34 20
188 Paul McElroy 308 Male 00:26:37 00:26:16 00:11:11 168
189 Sylvain Dubot 126 Male 00:26:38 00:26:32 00:11:12 169
190 Tony McElligott 307 Male 00:26:39 00:26:17 00:11:13 170
191 Tish Loughrey 268 Female 00:26:40 00:26:27 00:05:41 21
192 Slavena Bakardzhieva 9 Female 00:26:41 00:26:08 00:05:42 22
193 Conor Flynn 158 Male 00:26:47 00:25:58 00:11:21 171
194 Oliver McCrohan 301 Male 00:26:51 00:26:13 00:11:25 172
195 William Nugent 355 Male 00:26:55 00:26:18 00:11:29 173
196 Eoin Wilson 495 Male 00:26:58 00:26:45 00:11:32 174
197 Kieran Cooney 81 Male 00:27:03 00:26:48 00:11:37 175
198 Maurice Devlin 113 Male 00:27:04 00:26:48 00:11:38 176
199 Graham Buckley 33 Male 00:27:05 00:26:43 00:11:39 177
200 Denis Moynihan 334 Male 00:27:06 00:26:33 00:11:40 178
201 Maria Calnan 54 Female 00:27:09 00:26:51 00:06:10 23
202 john cryan 96 Male 00:27:09 00:26:18 00:11:43 179
203 Fiona Walsh 480 Female 00:27:09 00:26:57 00:06:10 24
204 Olwen Griffith 189 Female 00:27:10 00:26:32 00:06:11 25
205 Joseph Hong 215 Male 00:27:14 00:24:41 00:11:48 180
206 Adrian Lohan 265 Male 00:27:14 00:26:41 00:11:48 181
207 Sarah Halpin 194 Female 00:27:15 00:27:05 00:06:16 26
208 Eoin McDonagh 303 Male 00:27:17 00:26:42 00:11:51 182
209 Sam Sorensen 455 Male 00:27:17 00:26:41 00:11:51 183
210 andrew cardiff 55 Male 00:27:29 00:27:05 00:12:03 184
211 Anthony Nilan 347 Male 00:27:29 00:27:22 00:12:03 185
212 Linda Smith 450 Female 00:27:29 00:27:19 00:06:30 27
213 Emer Browne 28 Female 00:27:30 00:26:41 00:06:31 28
214 Mark Baldwin 10 Male 00:27:31 00:27:21 00:12:05 186
215 Claire Goss 187 Female 00:27:31 00:27:16 00:06:32 29
216 Miriam Hurley 223 Female 00:27:31 00:26:58 00:06:32 30
217 Emma Petersson 404 Female 00:27:32 00:27:27 00:06:33 31
218 Séamus Byrne 47 Male 00:27:34 00:27:12 00:12:08 187
219 Emer NicDhiarmada 346 Female 00:27:37 00:26:42 00:06:38 32
220 Paul Fitters 150 Male 00:27:39 00:27:35 00:12:13 188
221 Clare Reilly 418 Female 00:27:42 00:26:52 00:06:43 33
222 Gerard McDonagh 304 Male 00:27:44 00:27:24 00:12:18 189
223 Sean Maher 285 Male 00:27:48 00:27:30 00:12:22 190
224 Paul Moley 326 Male 00:27:50 00:27:36 00:12:24 191
225 Alyse Nishimura 350 Female 00:27:52 00:27:04 00:06:53 34
226 Eileen Gamble 173 Female 00:27:54 00:27:20 00:06:55 35
227 Elaine Buckley 30 Female 00:27:55 00:27:32 00:06:56 36
228 Ivana Burianova 35 Female 00:27:55 00:27:24 00:06:56 37
229 Cathal Dundon 129 Male 00:27:59 00:27:27 00:12:33 192
230 Larissa Nolan 353 Female 00:28:01 00:27:58 00:07:02 38
231 Julie O’Neill 388 Female 00:28:03 00:27:57 00:07:04 39
232 Amanda Piesse 406 Female 00:28:05 00:27:27 00:07:06 40
233 Stephen Lynam 269 Male 00:28:11 00:27:42 00:12:45 193
234 Michael Smyth 454 Male 00:28:16 00:27:45 00:12:50 194
235 David O’Neill 491 Male 00:28:16 00:27:43 00:07:17 195
236 Sarah Geraghty 178 Female 00:28:18 00:27:59 00:07:19 42
237 Steve Weadick 485 Male 00:28:19 00:28:07 00:12:53 195
238 Willie White 489 Male 00:28:19 00:28:10 00:12:53 196
239 Grace Hill 211 Female 00:28:27 00:28:08 00:07:28 43
240 Julia Hogarty 212 Male 00:28:28 00:28:05 00:13:02 197
241 Noel Noblett 351 Male 00:28:31 00:27:52 00:13:05 198
242 Joseph Ward 481 Male 00:28:31 00:27:52 00:13:05 199
243 Dearbhail McDonald 305 Female 00:28:37 00:27:53 00:07:38 44
244 Aoife Mills 324 Female 00:28:37 00:27:50 00:07:38 45
245 Jenny Finnegan 149 Female 00:28:38 00:28:32 00:07:39 46
246 Shell Kelly 237 Female 00:28:44 00:28:23 00:07:45 47
247 Anna Marie Lillis 260 Female 00:28:56 00:28:21 00:07:57 48
248 Evelyn Suttle 461 Female 00:29:03 00:28:46 00:08:04 49
249 Mark Dooley 120 Male 00:29:07 00:28:59 00:13:41 200
250 Amanda Lanigan 250 Female 00:29:08 00:29:00 00:08:09 50
251 Stephen Wall 474 Male 00:29:10 00:28:50 00:13:44 201
252 Victoria Curtis 101 Female 00:29:13 00:28:47 00:08:14 51
253 Jamie Foster 164 Male 00:29:13 00:28:41 00:13:47 202
254 Sinead Geraghty 180 Female 00:29:14 00:28:54 00:08:15 52
255 Garvan Kelly 232 Male 00:29:18 00:28:48 00:13:52 203
256 Alessandro Loche 262 Male 00:29:18 00:28:48 00:13:52 204
257 Deirdre Ryan 436 Female 00:29:19 00:29:09 00:08:20 53
258 Peter Duncan 128 Male 00:29:21 00:28:41 00:13:55 205
259 Richard Power 409 Male 00:29:21 00:29:21 00:13:55 206
260 Marijke Beltman 17 Female 00:29:24 00:28:42 00:08:25 54
261 Deb Cartwright 61 Female 00:29:24 00:29:14 00:08:25 55
262 James Gibbons 183 Male 00:29:25 00:28:42 00:13:59 207
263 patrick kelly 236 Male 00:29:25 00:29:08 00:13:59 208
264 Tiernan Brady 25 Male 00:29:26 00:29:06 00:14:00 209
265 Mary Kelly 238 Female 00:29:26 00:28:44 00:08:27 56
266 Grainne O’Grady 379 Female 00:29:29 00:29:03 00:08:30 57
267 Nicola Fagan 137 Female 00:29:31 00:28:52 00:08:32 58
268 Catherine Chambers 65 Female 00:29:42 00:29:34 00:08:43 59
269 Jim McKinley 316 Male 00:29:43 00:29:22 00:14:17 210
270 Avril Ryan 431 Female 00:29:44 00:29:32 00:08:45 60
271 Peter Hall 193 Male 00:29:52 00:29:01 00:14:26 211
272 Patricia Paffen 401 Female 00:29:53 00:29:36 00:08:54 61
273 Adrian Flynn 160 Male 00:29:55 00:29:36 00:14:29 212
274 Aidan Gately 175 Male 00:29:55 00:29:35 00:14:29 213
275 Robin Adams 2 Male 00:29:56 00:29:18 00:14:30 214
276 Ronan Obrien 368 Male 00:29:57 00:29:21 00:14:31 215
277 John Nolan 354 Male 00:29:59 00:29:32 00:14:33 216
278 Kamila Grudzinska 192 Female 00:30:05 00:29:50 00:09:06 62
279 mary collins 75 Female 00:30:06 00:29:19 00:09:07 63
280 nicole dillon 115 Female 00:30:06 00:29:20 00:09:07 64
281 Jeffrey Leveree 258 Male 00:30:20 00:29:49 00:14:54 217
282 Andrew Darley 103 Male 00:30:25 00:30:04 00:14:59 218
283 Derek McKellar 315 Male 00:30:28 00:29:50 00:15:02 219
284 Louise Reilly 419 Female 00:30:30 00:29:46 00:09:31 65
285 Lindsay Currie 99 Female 00:30:31 00:30:27 00:09:32 66
286 WIlliam Foley 161 Male 00:30:37 00:30:24 00:15:11 220
287 Brian Sheehan 445 Male 00:30:38 00:30:23 00:15:12 221
288 SLY lyons 274 Female 00:30:44 00:30:32 00:09:45 67
289 Declan Andrews 4 Male 00:30:45 00:30:36 00:15:19 222
290 Bernard Condon 76 Male 00:30:47 00:30:03 00:15:21 223
291 Michael O’Dwyer 377 Male 00:30:55 00:30:21 00:15:29 224
292 Brian Higgins 210 Male 00:30:56 00:30:03 00:15:30 225
293 Howard Lodge 263 Male 00:30:58 00:30:04 00:15:32 226
294 Guillermo Gambero 172 Male 00:31:00 00:30:34 00:15:34 227
295 Des O’Carroll 370 Male 00:31:00 00:30:35 00:15:34 228
296 Nickie Rowley 430 Female 00:31:02 00:30:49 00:10:03 68
297 Vivienne Li 259 Female 00:31:07 00:30:18 00:10:08 69
298 Orla Madden 282 Female 00:31:07 00:30:18 00:10:08 70
299 Jeanne McDonagh 302 Female 00:31:14 00:30:29 00:10:15 71
300 Martina Balfe 11 Female 00:31:16 00:30:55 00:10:17 72
301 Tom Fox 165 Male 00:31:16 00:30:55 00:15:50 229
302 aoibhin dorgan 121 Female 00:31:21 00:31:14 00:10:22 73
303 emma connors 80 Female 00:31:22 00:31:14 00:10:23 74
304 NICOLA lyons 273 Female 00:31:23 00:31:11 00:10:24 75
305 FIONA SHARKEY 443 Female 00:31:23 00:31:11 00:10:24 76
306 Angelika Appelqvist 6 Female 00:31:24 00:31:18 00:10:25 77
307 Alan Cowap Cowap 86 Male 00:31:27 00:31:12 00:16:01 230
308 Kyle Nishimura 348 Male 00:31:27 00:30:36 00:16:01 231
309 Bernice O’Driscoll 375 Female 00:31:41 00:31:03 00:10:42 78
310 Aisling Keane 226 Female 00:31:47 00:31:22 00:10:48 79
311 Kyle Nishimura 349 Male 00:31:56 00:31:07 00:16:30 232
312 Richard Fagan 136 Male 00:31:59 00:31:18 00:16:33 233
313 Denise Moloney 328 Female 00:32:08 00:31:55 00:11:09 80
314 Breffni O’Malley 383 Male 00:32:09 00:32:01 00:16:43 234
315 Ralph Jung 225 Male 00:32:23 00:31:54 00:16:57 235
316 Leanne Harte 203 Female 00:32:59 00:32:35 00:12:00 81
317 thomas febvre 146 Male 00:33:02 00:32:18 00:17:36 236
318 Jennifer Hayde 204 Female 00:33:02 00:32:09 00:12:03 82
319 eamonn rafferty 415 Male 00:33:02 00:32:17 00:17:36 237
320 Gordon Hickey 209 Male 00:33:05 00:32:28 00:17:39 238
321 Robbie Williams 494 Male 00:33:05 00:32:28 00:17:39 239
322 Eoin Cooney 82 Male 00:33:11 00:33:11 00:17:45 240
323 Val Quinn 413 Female 00:33:26 00:32:44 00:12:27 83
324 Jennifer Reilly 417 Female 00:33:29 00:33:02 00:12:30 84
325 Alex Briggs 27 Male 00:33:33 00:32:42 00:18:07 241
326 John Duffy 127 Male 00:33:33 00:32:41 00:18:07 242
327 Laura Buckley 34 Female 00:33:47 00:33:16 00:12:48 85
328 Sue Loeffler 264 Female 00:33:59 00:33:34 00:13:00 86
329 Deirdre Kiely 243 Female 00:34:00 00:33:51 00:13:01 87
330 Caroline Condran 77 Female 00:34:08 00:33:31 00:13:09 88
331 Gillian Whelan 487 Female 00:34:08 00:33:30 00:13:09 89
332 Alannah McNally 322 Female 00:34:11 00:33:49 00:13:12 90
333 Amy O’Connell 371 Female 00:34:47 00:33:54 00:13:48 91
334 Oonagh O Grady 360 Female 00:34:56 00:34:09 00:13:57 92
335 Whitney Krupp 246 Female 00:34:57 00:34:41 00:13:58 93
336 Terri Cray 89 Female 00:35:03 00:34:55 00:14:04 94
337 Lauryn Cray 90 Female 00:35:03 00:34:55 00:14:04 95
338 Eleanor Moloney 329 Female 00:35:04 00:34:10 00:14:05 96
339 Fran Savelson 439 Male 00:35:07 00:34:21 00:19:41 243
340 Anne-Marie Curran 98 Female 00:35:24 00:35:00 00:14:25 97
341 Una Carmody 57 Female 00:35:34 00:35:08 00:14:35 98
342 Denis Looby 267 Male 00:35:35 00:35:08 00:20:09 244
343 Tara Downey 123 Female 00:35:44 00:35:32 00:14:45 99
344 Deirdre Fitzmaurice 152 Female 00:36:09 00:35:46 00:15:10 100
345 Maria Hughes 218 Female 00:36:13 00:35:39 00:15:14 101
346 Brenda Lawlor 251 Female 00:36:26 00:36:26 00:15:27 102
347 Sean Barrett 14 Male 00:36:27 00:36:11 00:21:01 245
348 Niamh Cogan 73 Female 00:36:29 00:36:14 00:15:30 103
349 Rebecca O’Flanagan 378 Female 00:36:39 00:36:31 00:15:40 104
350 patrick bamming 12 Male 00:36:52 00:35:56 00:21:26 246
351 Mary O Sullivan 366 Female 00:36:52 00:35:57 00:15:53 105
352 Donna Flanders 155 Female 00:37:03 00:36:40 00:16:04 106
353 Averil Power Power 408 Female 00:37:13 00:34:40 00:16:14 107
354 Kristina Bozhkova 23 Female 00:37:27 00:36:54 00:16:28 108
355 Elena Vasileva 471 Female 00:37:34 00:37:02 00:16:35 109
356 Lauren Boland 20 Female 00:37:45 00:37:32 00:16:46 110
357 Kate Dolan 118 Female 00:37:47 00:37:32 00:16:48 111
358 Caroline Morrissey 332 Female 00:37:51 00:37:11 00:16:52 112
359 David Quinn 414 Male 00:38:07 00:37:22 00:22:41 247
360 Leonie Troy 465 Female 00:38:07 00:37:16 00:17:08 113
361 Noel Sheehan 446 Male 00:38:08 00:37:15 00:22:42 248
362 Lindsey Grosvenor 190 Female 00:38:10 00:37:37 00:17:11 114
363 Teo Madrigali 283 Male 00:38:10 00:37:37 00:22:44 249
364 Clare Dunne 132 Female 00:38:23 00:38:15 00:17:24 115
365 Emer Delaney 110 Female 00:38:30 00:37:44 00:17:31 116
366 Grainne Tynan 468 Female 00:38:30 00:37:44 00:17:31 117
367 Eimear Tynan 467 Female 00:38:32 00:37:46 00:17:33 118
368 Elaine O’Mahony 382 Female 00:38:37 00:38:07 00:17:38 119
369 Elizabeth McCann 297 Female 00:38:42 00:37:42 00:17:43 120
370 Emma Murphy 341 Female 00:38:46 00:37:59 00:17:47 121
371 Mary Kenna 239 Female 00:38:53 00:38:05 00:17:54 122
372 Aoife O’Driscoll 373 Female 00:38:53 00:38:14 00:17:54 123
373 Siobhan O’Shea 398 Female 00:38:53 00:38:04 00:17:54 124
374 Heath Rose 427 Male 00:39:06 00:38:49 00:23:40 250
375 Peter White 492 Male 00:39:07 00:38:49 00:23:41 251
376 Linda Kelly 233 Female 00:39:14 00:38:57 00:18:15 125
377 Noel Gavin 176 Male 00:39:20 00:38:42 00:23:54 252
378 Gillian Shannon 442 Female 00:39:55 00:39:42 00:18:56 126
379 Siobhain Morrissey 333 Female 00:40:03 00:39:23 00:19:04 127
380 John E. Kelleher-Cantero 231 Male 00:40:41 00:40:15 00:25:15 253
381 Cheryl Hunter 221 Female 00:41:29 00:41:04 00:20:30 128
382 Damien Molloy 327 Male 00:41:46 00:41:46 00:26:20 254
383 Gerard Roe 424 Male 00:41:57 00:41:05 00:26:31 255
384 Ali Ellis 135 Female 00:42:45 00:42:17 00:21:46 129
385 Dee O’Brien 369 Female 00:42:51 00:42:23 00:21:52 130
386 Jean Dunne 133 Female 00:42:52 00:42:21 00:21:53 131
387 Rachel Armstrong 7 Female 00:43:05 00:42:29 00:22:06 132
388 Mike Butler 41 Male 00:43:35 00:42:54 00:28:09 256
389 Aisling Dearle 108 Female 00:44:45 00:44:00 00:23:46 133
390 Sonia Francavilla 167 Female 00:44:46 00:43:59 00:23:47 134
391 Barry Black 19 Male 00:45:15 00:44:29 00:29:49 257
392 Michael Ward 483 Male 00:45:36 00:44:54 00:30:10 258
393 patricia waller 476 Female 00:45:37 00:44:54 00:24:38 135
394 Kathryn Waller 477 Female 00:45:37 00:44:55 00:24:38 136
395 Robert LC Bucannon 29 Male 00:47:23 00:46:53 00:31:57 259
396 Alan Lambert 248 Male 00:47:23 00:46:53 00:31:57 260
397 lorcan martin 288 Male 00:47:26 00:47:06 00:32:00 261
398 Paul Moynihan 335 Male 00:47:31 00:46:45 00:32:05 262
399 Cathal O’nuallain 392 Male 00:47:31 00:46:45 00:32:05 263
400 Jennifer O’Neill 389 Female 00:51:15 00:50:54 00:30:16 137
401 Elena Adamopoulos 1 Female 00:51:16 00:50:54 00:30:17 138
402 Natasha Burne 38 Female 00:51:16 00:50:54 00:30:17 139
403 Alexandra Whelan 486 Female 00:52:07 00:51:06 00:31:08 140

Pride Run 2014 Info

It’s nearly race time.

Some info you’ll need for Friday night.

The race starts at 7:30pm sharp, you need to collect your bib (including electronic chip) and t-shirt before the start of the race. We advise runners to arrive at least 45 mins before the race begins as we’ll have over 400 runners to sort out, we’ll also have a warm up session too.

http://dublinfrontrunners.ie/wp/index.php/pride-run/pride-run-map/

Pride Run 2014 MapWe recommend you arrive via public transport if possible, and walk to the park, here are some rough walking times
Islandbridge Gate – 20 mins
Blackhorse Ave – 15-20 mins

If traveling by car you can park in the Papal Cross car park or along Chesterfield Avenue.

http://dublinfrontrunners.ie/wp/index.php/pride-run/pride-run-faq/

Check out our Pride Run FAQ for answers to any questions you may have, and our map showing start, finish and location of toilets.

It’s set to be a warm evening so dress appropriately and make sure you keep yourself hydrated before the race, we will have water available post race.

Don’t forget after the race we’ll have our party in the Polo Club, with DJ and food, check out the map for directions.

We also have a great offer from Uber for registered runners, and most importantly enjoy the race and have fun :)

Dublin Frontrunners A.C.
Running with pride

Pride Run 2014 Starter

Eamonn ProfileDublin Frontrunners are delighted to announce that Senator Eamonn Coghlan will be starting this years Pride Run in aid of BeLonG To,  in 1983 he became Ireland’s first World Athletics Champion when he won the gold medal for the 5,000m in Helsinki.

Eamonn Coghlan is known as the “Chairman of the Boards” for his unprecedented successes on the American indoor athletics circuit, winning 56 races on the trot. He won the famous Wanamaker Mile in Madison Square Garden a record seven times.

Eamon RaceEamonn broke the world record for the indoor mile on three occasions and held this record for 18 years. In 1983 he became the first person to run under 3 min 50 sec for the mile with a time of 3:49.78.

Eamonn is also a three time Olympian and finished 4th twice, the 1500m in Montreal 1976 and the 5000m in Moscow 1980.

Eamonn’s last race ever will arguably go down as one of his most historic. On February 20th 1994 when he became the first and, still the only athlete in the World over 40 years old, to run under 4 minutes for the mile in a time of 3:58.17 in Boston.

Eamonn is Chairman of the High Performance Committee in the Irish Sports Council and currently coaches a number of Ireland’s leading middle distance athletes with aspirations to represent Ireland in the London Olympic Games.

He recently published his autobiography “Chairman of the Boards-Master of the Mile”. In February 2012 he won an IFTA for his documentary “Man on a Mission”.

Wicklow Way Relay 2014

The Wicklow Way is a long-distance tail heading south from the edge of the city through the Wicklow Mountains to the farm yards and boreens of south Wicklow. For most it is a 6 day trek. However, for team Frontrunners last Saturday it was to be all done in one day, at the IMRA Wicklow Way Relay race.  This year’s event was confirmed rather late. With the event getting sold out within hours of entry opening, we had a small window to recruit a team and fit in reconnaissance trips to Wicklow.
Race day arrived. Getting up at 5:30am early runners were greeted by heavy rain. Claire kindly provided car support for leg 1,2 and 3 runners – Shay Foody, Damien Molloy and Anne Marie Lillis respectively. At 06:30, excitement was building up at the foggy start car-park at Kilmashogue near Rathfarnham. After a short briefing, the marshal blew his whistle at 07:00 and 29 leg runners disappeared into the mist – running up over the Dublin Mountains into Co. Wicklow. Fog lingered for leg 2, which took runners on an expedition around the top of Powerscourt Waterfall and onto the highest point of the route (630m) on the shoulder of Djouce mountain. In the dense fog Damien when slightly off track and lost a bit of time back tracking onto the route. Well done to Damien here for getting back on track – this served as a reminder of the big challenge facing runners at this event. Atmosphere at changeover points was great where teams gathered to wait for their runner to come through and share stories of their adventures. Weather improved after the leg 2, and good solid running from Anne Marie and Philip got the team to Glendalough – where early runners were able to get some lunch. Meanwhile Vincent Hibbert took the Glendalough to Glenmalure leg – the second half of which follows part of the DFR hike route from last summer. From Glenmalure the route is less trodden. Fergal Buckley ran leg 6 in a good time, over a big hill to Iron Bridge and handed over to Patrick for the 21km (yes, there was a half marathon thrown in the mix!) leg 7. Excellent time of 1hr 45mins from Patrick who was up against all the strongest runners. Finally Martha ran the last 10km to the cross the finish line in the beautiful village of Shillelagh, where we celebrated our achievement with drinks and dinner.
Team Frontrunners finished the 127km course in 10:43:43, putting us in the 25th position. Considering we were a team of mostly mountain/trail running novices, up against strong athletic clubs who have been taking part in this event for many years, we did extremely well. A huge thanks must got to drivers Philip, Martha and Claire – especially Claire who was on the road from 6am until 6pm.
Time to get planning for next year!
Leg 3-4 changeover: Anne Marie and Philip
Patrick smiling after his half marathon, Martha ready to give it socks for the final leg.
 
The Wicklow Way
Shay

Running from Irish Town

Due to Bloom in the Park this weekend, we’ll be doing our usual Saturday run from Irishtown Stadium, Google Maps link, normal time of 10am.

We’ll also have our first session with new coach Richard, if you have a race coming up have a chat with him about a training plan.

If you want to skip the training and do the run that’s fine, we’ll head out through the Irishtown Nature Reserve and on to the Great South Wall.

News 4th May

Bon soir mes amis, as promised, here’s a (sanitised) update of our recent trip to Nice….

Nice half & 10k

Front Runners Nice April 2014Nice Front Runners kindly hosted about a large contingent of international Front Runners from Dublin, Marseilles, Frankfurt, Cologne and Paris for their local half-marathon and 10k last Sunday (27 April).

We had 26 representatives from DFR travelling (including non-running supporters), which was a fantastic turnout and it created a great impression of DFR and Dublin.

Our results were:

Nom Prénom Course Résultat
Chambers Andy 21 km 01:34:47
Bamming Patrick 21 km 01:35:08
Van der Worp Joachim 21 km 01:39:24
Prendergast David 21 km 01:40:25
Coterell John 21 km 01:41:54
Buckley Ray 21 km 01:51:35
Tierney Kieran 21 km 01:52:11
Hughes Alan 21 km 01:53:36
MacMuiris Ronan 21 km 01:53:38
Fox Eddie 21 km 01:54:00
Curran Gregory 21 km 01:55:09
Da Silva Luiz 21 km 01:58:37
McLoughlin Seamus 21 km 02:02:51
Crowley Tom 21 km 02:07:48
McCarthy Dermot 10 km 00:45:58
Kennedy Richard 10 km 01:01:51
Lonergan Pat 10 km 01:04:39

Lots of first-timers at the distances above, a few PBs, a few carrying injury, so well done to all, and congrats to Andy and Dermot as first DFRs home.

The men’s half was won in an incredible time of 1.01.31 by the Kenyan Kenedy Kipyeko, the women’s in 1.11.01 by Kenyan Janet Kisa.

The men’s 10k was won in 31.12 by Daniel Nash (not a Kenyan!) and women’s Karima Kherroubi in 36.53.

After a great club dinner, we adjourned to local club Glam for an after-race party hosted by Nice Front Runners, and embarrassingly walked away with lots of the prizes on offer, for first Front Runner home, ultimate (as in last, not extreme) Front Runner home and a few other categories.  After a few quiet sherries, everyone was home and in bed by midnight….

What goes on tour stays on tour; however it it is worth noting that notwithstanding 40+ years of EU membership, millions of litres of Beaujolais consumed, and French Leaving Cert, a near-catastrophic linguistic misunderstanding took place when no fewer than five supposedly intelligent DFRs, tired after their race, failed to translate a warning sign in the hotel lift that stated “max 3 personnes 225kg”, with the result that a cute but very disgruntled lift technician had to be called out on a Sunday for an emergency lift rescue.  You can guess who it was….

Thanks to Nice Front Runners for hosting, and to our supporters who lined the route to cheer us on, all made for a brilliant weekend away.

Roll on our foreign trip 2015!

Social nights out

We’re provisionally looking at two informal nights out:

Gay Theatre Festival: Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho at the New Theatre on Saturday 17th May at 9pm. Tickets are EUR 15.00
www.gaytheatre.ie

The Big Gay Sing on Sunday 15th June. Tickets from EUR 20.00
www.biggaysingdublin.com

If you’re interested, please make your own booking and no doubt the DFRs will gather afterwards over a few pints to critically appraise the performances.

The Anima Chamber Choir (with our own Seamus Sreenan) and the Danish Canto Novo present a concert of Choral Music in the University Church on St Stephen’s Green, also on Saturday 17 May at 7.30pm. Tickets E10 at the door.

Results

An update on our weekend away to Nice for the half marathon and 10k last weekend will follow shortly (well, some basic information anyway. What goes on tour stays on tour…. apart from the elevatorgate scandal.)

Samsung Dublin 10k Night Run Sun 27 Apr

Well done to:

Mick Smyth 39.33
Sean McKeown 46.48

Men’s winner Peter Somba 30.10
Women’s winner Siobhan Doherty 35.37

Wexford half marathon Sun 27 Apr

Congrats to:

Mark Armstrong 1.58.57

Men’s winner Tom Hogan 1.10.26
Women’s winner Jacky Carthy 1.23.33

If you’re taking part in an event, please let us know so we can share your achievements!

DFR Gear

Dublin Frontrunner T shirtsA reminder that if you want a fantastic new DFR t-shirt, please order immediately from Val. They’re E22 each (subsidised by the Club), and in distinct men’s and women’s fit in S M L and XL, in blue only.

A bientot!

Ronan

News 31st March

News 31st March

Here’s our latest news update, lots going on with races, trips away, our new gear, update on the Pride Run and lots more.

Great Ireland Run

Sun 6 April

We’re still waiting on details from the AAI on team structures.  If you have a spare DFR singlet or DFR t-shirt you’re willing to temporarily loan out and are not running in the event, please bring it along on Monday, Wednesday or Saturday as we will probably need additional ones for team participants.  We expect all team runners to wear a DFR t-shirt or singlet.  We promise to return it laundered!

Annual Quiz

Our quiz takes place in the Front Lounge on Wednesday 16 April.  This year, the proceeds from the raffle will go to BelongTo, our charity partner for the Pride Run.

If you or your employer can provide small prizes or donations or sponsorship for the raffle, we’d be grateful – and so will BelongTo.

I’d encourage all members to attend with friends, family and colleagues!  Table entry fee is E40 for a team of four people, with cash prizes.  Our quiz mistress is none other than Minnie Melange. Table entry fees go to the club, it’s our only fundraiser for the year.

Fartlek

Winter track training in Donore is now finished.  Thanks to Andy and Anne Marie for their input over a long, cold, dark winter.  The hard work paid off though, we had lots of improvements in times recently.

Fartlek will now take place every Monday at 19.00 (finally, daylight!) from the Magazine Fort in the Phoenix Park.  Please let Andy or Anne Marie know if you’d be willing to help out with the odd session.

Couch to 5k

We’ve had some members enquire as to whether we’re doing this programme again in advance of the 2014 Pride Run.

Last year, a small number of volunteers gave a considerable amount of time to run this over the 8-10 weeks in advance of the 2013 Pride Run.  While a good number of participants did successfully complete the run, it was somewhat disappointing that we only had two join DFR afterwards (and great to see that Dave and Darran are still with us!).

For 2014, we’re running the programme again starting on April 12th, and Joachim has volunteered to act as coordinator with some other volunteers, we could always do with more so let us know if you can help out one of the weeks.

Pride Run 2014

The third Pride Run 5k will be held in the Phoenix park on Friday 20 June – that’s only three months away!  A lot of behind the scenes planning and work has already gone on, and we’re meeting with charity partner BelongTo shortly to get the promotional side underway.

One element critical to the success of the run, and vital to ensure a fair return to the charity, is sponsorship.  We’re preparing a proposal document setting out a range of sponsorship options the Run can offer companies.

For example, in the last two years we’ve had blue chip sponsors such as PwC (title sponsor in 2012 and 2013), but also Irish Ferries, Microsoft, Arthur Cox and Total Produce, so  the event has significant credibility.

If you think your employer or other company you have connections with could be interested in partnering with us, please let Race Director Andy Chambers or myself know as soon as possible.

Nice trip

We have a good crowd travelling to Nice for the half marathon and 10k on Sunday 27 April.  Flights are still apparently available at a reasonable cost, but hurry if you plan on going.  Don’t forget you need a medical cert to race in France.  See http://www.nicesemimarathon.com/v14/

If you are going and are interested in a group meal out on the Sunday night after the race, please let me know ASAP so I can gauge numbers and approach a restaurant with a booking.  We did this after Rotterdam last year, and had a brilliant night out with 33 DFRs for dinner and more…

Committee meeting

A DFR committee meeting is scheduled for next Wednesday 2 April.  If you have any ideas or suggestions, please let Club Secretary Kieran know by Monday 31st March.

DFR Gear

We’ve now received our fabulous new DFR jackets (thanks Martha!) so if you haven’t paid for yours yet, please do so now.  Val has them for distribution; orders may be placed for additional jackets now that you’ve seen how great everyone looks.

We’re also looking at new club t-shirts and singlets.

Events

We’re looking to expand our race calendar for the rest of the year, but upcoming events with DFR participation include:

6 April – Paris marathon
6 April – Great Ireland 10k (and AAI championship)
21 April – Boston marathon
27 April – Nice half marathon & 10k
4 May – Hamburg marathon
31 May – Stockholm marathon

Table Quiz 2014

DFR Quiz 2014 FlyerTable Quiz

It’s our annual table quiz supporting Dublin’s LGBTQ Running Club.

Tables €40, four people per team, please bring your friends and family.

On the night we’ll have a raffle with some fantastic prizes, in aid of our Pride Run charity BeLonG To.

Minnie MelangeAnd out fabulous quiz mistress this year is Minnie Mélange.

News 28th Feb

Pride Run charity

Thanks to those members who submitted a proposal for our charity partner for the 2014 5k Pride Run. Following evaluation of all nominations, the committee have decided to partner with BeLonG To.

BeLonG To is working to provide an empowering and safe community for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender young people, by building a society that supports, includes and accepts them for who they are.

See the attached or their website www.belongto.org

We’re excited about working with them, and they’re keen to use their extensive network to promote the race.

Don’t forget the third annual race is on Friday 20 June; now that we have our charity partner, we’ll step up the promotion and planning! Further details will follow over the next while.

London Front Runners visit

A few visitors from LFR will be joining us for our run and breakfast this Saturday 1 March. We’ll be informally meeting up with them again in the Front Lounge from 9pm onwards, so if you’re in town, pop in and have a drink!

Great Ireland 10k/AAI Championships

The Great Ireland 10k on Saturday 6 April in the Phoenix Park is one of the biggest participation events in Ireland. It’s also the AAI 10k club championship, which pits AAI clubs against each other, and we’re looking to enter a men’s and women’s team to compete as DFR.

If we get enough interest – we need eight on a team – the club will cover the entry fee.

Please let David Lee know ASAP if you’re interested in competing for DFR.

Annual quiz

We’re finalising a date and venue, but provisionally keep Tuesday 15 April free! Start practising your Trivial Pursuit….Confirmation to follow.

Track training/fartlek

Training continues every Monday 19.00-20.00 at Donore Harriers, Chapelizod. No need for prior experience. no need to book, just show up. (Registered members only.)

Kinvara half marathon

Good luck to the big DFR contingent running this Saturday 1 March.

Nice half marathon Sun 27 April

We have a few members still expressing interest in travelling, if there is a vacancy in your hotel, please let me know.

Remember you need a medical cert signed by a doctor to fully complete registration (so can be done after entry). It’s your responsibility to have it, neither DFR nor the AAI can help. The form can be posted, faxed or submitted online in advance.

That’s it for now, see you Saturday.

Ronan