The flagship race of the BHAA calendar took place today in lovely conditions with just a hint of rain after the last runners had come in. We had 744 finishers for this tough event so well done to all who competed. A word of thanks to all volunteers who helped out along the race route and in advance of the race.
Results are now available in Excel / PDF.
Photos available on Flickr from Doug Minihane with more to follow.
Cork to Cobh 2014 – Photo by Doug Minihane
The upcoming Cork to Cobh race on Sept 28 gave us the opportunity to trawl through the archives. Below we have the poster and results for the 1990 race. We also have the full results in PDF (1.2Mb). How many of you did this race and intend doing it again this year?
Don’t forget to pre-enter using the application form in the previous post.
Results of the Leisureworld 5 mile results are now available in Excel/PDF. This is the final evening run for 2014 but don’t forget to register for Cork to Cobh which takes place at the end of September – Cork to Cobh entry form.
Photo of Chris Harrington and Martina Kiely winning the men and women’s race today. Check back for more photos from Doug Minihane and others.
Photo sets from Kieran Minihane and Doug Minihane
Leisureworld 2014 – Doug Minihane
The next race on the Cork BHAA calendar is the Leisureworld 5 mile race in Ballincollig on Wednesday August 20th at 7.30pm. Like last year, they are using chip timing. Please take note of the earlier start time. Registration is open from 6pm at Super Nova in Ballincollig.
The results of the Army Navy 5 mile results are now online in Excel/PDF. A stiff breeze made this challenging 5 mile route all the harder; well done to all who participated. Next race is another 5 mile next Wednesday so you’ll have another chance to beat your time.
Doug Minihane has a large set of photos as always.
Army/Navy 5 mile 2014 – Doug Minihane
The next race on the Cork BHAA calendar is the Army/Navy 5 mile race which takes please this Wednesday, August 13, at 7.30pm. Please take note of the earlier starting time as the evenings begin to draw in ever so slightly. Registration takes place from 6pm at Haulbowline naval base in Ringaskiddy.
If you missed it earlier, you can get your Cork to Cobh registrations in now.
The longest run on the Cork BHAA calendar is the annual Cork to Cobh run starting near the Coliseum in the city and finishing on the main street in Cobh. This takes place on September 28 at 9.30am. As usual, we are asking you to pre-enter using the form below with entries closing on September 21st. You can post your entry and cheque payable to Cork BHAA to Kevin Cummins at the address on the form or drop it into Mahers Sports shop on Oliver Plunkett St. Entries being accepted at Mahers until Wednesday evening September 24. This will still cost €10.
Entry fee for pre-entries is €10 and this guarantees a t-shirt for you but there will also be entries on the morning of the race at the Montenotte Hotel from 7.30am at a cost of €20 and t-shirts cannot be guaranteed at this stage.
Cork to Cobh 2014 Application form (Word doc)
Update: We currently have 750 entries, check if your name is on the list. You should receive your bib in the post. If not, let us know. The file has been moved to Dropbox as there was quite a bit of traffic on it.
The full results (including times) of the Novartis 5k from this evening are now online in Excel/PDF. Over 600 turned up to this event on a warm but windy evening.
Doug Minihane has a large set of photos on Flickr as does his brother Kieran.
Mick Dooley has plenty of group shots on our Facebook page.
Novartis 5k 2014 – Doug Minihane
The next race on the BHAA calendar is the Novartis 5k on Wednesday July 30th at 8pm. Registration is open from 6.30pm at the Novartis plant in Ringaskiddy. To allow time to get to the start line you should be registered by 7.50pm. All finishers receive a t-shirt and there’s an added incentive of €500 for beating the course record for men and women!
The results of the IPS Garda 5k race from tonight are now online in Excel/PDF. Hope everyone enjoyed the post-race gig we laid on. Thanks to the people who helped out with registration and everything else that goes along with putting on these races.
Photos by Mick Dooley on our Facebook page.