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26/10/2009 at 09:15

Cheers C75. I thought I was doing something wrong. Weather is nice here so hope it is as good in Dublin.

Enjoyed the XC on Saturday. It was real XC conditions. Haven't seen results yet but will have a good look at them when i do to see how I ran compared to others from last weeks race. I was about 2 minutes slower on Saturday which was ok I think in tougher conditions and a tougher course.

26/10/2009 at 09:38

Leaders through 10km sub 31 minutes !! Seems to be lots of africans in this years race. PTB should be coming through around 41 minutes...

Website working a treat.

26/10/2009 at 10:08
He's a bit behind schedule but could still be ok if he has a good steady run.
26/10/2009 at 10:14

AU and Jim seem to be running together so far. They both went through 10 in 50:53

Alan 50:50

Edited: 26/10/2009 at 10:16
26/10/2009 at 10:19
PTB in 43.02
26/10/2009 at 10:36
Paul the builder through 10k in 43:02 (BIB #919)
26/10/2009 at 10:51

PTB half way in 1:30:27. 

Jim 1:44:58,

 AU 1:44:58

Alan 1:44:57

26/10/2009 at 12:13

Great running by PTB finished in 3:00:31

26/10/2009 at 12:18

Really hope his chip time gets him under the 3 hours. Super running.

Lisoider broke 3:30 with 3:28:39. Well done.

AU - 3:24:16

Edited: 26/10/2009 at 12:40
26/10/2009 at 12:49

Jim - 3:34:33

Robin - 3:39:16

Alan - 3:32:27

26/10/2009 at 12:54

Cracking run by Alan.....!!!

Well done Jim and Robin - some great times coming in.

26/10/2009 at 12:56

Well done AU and Lisoider too.... excellent stuff.

Sitting here refreshing the screen is no substitute for being out there... LOL.

26/10/2009 at 14:44

Well done to all marathon finishers out there.Some good times recorded-r these chip times or cross the line times? Great running AU and Robin pbs-any word on others from club/N.I ?

Bit stiff after tough 8k xcountry on Saturday-had solid run-23rd(5th Ballymena Runner) Think team 3rd behind Abbey and North Down.We had 7 running in the mens event.

26/10/2009 at 15:35
I believe they're cross the line times BBT.
26/10/2009 at 16:39
Well done guys some good times.
26/10/2009 at 19:56
looking back on the forum,everybody seems to be quite in to following the progress of everybody.The day was great,weather was perfect.atmosphere was just great.My run was as i had hoped and got under 3hr 40.My garmin said 3hr 38 05.For once i didnt fade in the last 4 miles.Im sure it was down to the long runs and speed training(thanks BBT)Thanks everyone for support

PTB great run hope chip time brings you under 3hr
Au great pb you were flying
Jim you have to be pleased with your run.
AlanR well done and a great time

Kenny I saw 3 springwell runners,were they pleased with there run
26/10/2009 at 20:30
forgot to congrate lisoider as well,great running
26/10/2009 at 21:34

Results now up.

Great running by everyone here.

26/10/2009 at 22:17
Thanks for the thanks everyone.  Finished with a chip time of 3.23.09 which I am pleased with as I hadn't a clue what way the race was going to go for me.  Smashed last years PB by nearly 4 minutes.  Good to meet you Paul, what was your chip time, I hope you didn't miss the 2/3hr barrier as you are too close.  Alan R good effort today you were running strong.  Great effort by everyone, well done on the PB Robin.
26/10/2009 at 23:51

Well done all fellow marathon runners, it was great day....was there any work done by those tracking times?

 I was really pleased with the PB by 8 minutes....thanks for the congrats. I have now run dublin 3 times...I think it is definitely one of the tougher courses, alot of steady long climbing and sharp short climbs for underpasses/flyovers.

Chip time 3:27:42

Edited: 26/10/2009 at 23:52
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