Well Done All…..Legends

Results can be found HERE (10k see Results)

A link to the many photos taken on the day HERE thanks Aidan.

A link to the many photos taken on the day HERE thanks Gerry.

A Few more pics from Peloton Photos  HERE thanks Peloton Photos.

The 2nd annual Cooley Legends (off/road) Half Marathon held this Saturday 23rd  April, 2011 in Carlingford, Co. Louth. Conditions were perfect, after the recent dry spell and slight southerly wind to cool the participants on their way. It was 2nd position was the defending local Setanta triathlete, Bryan McCrystal, with Ugis Karasevs taking first position with a new course record of 1:24:40, beating the old record by exactly one minute.

In the ladies race once again, there was no catching the local Setanta triathlete Jolene Mallon with N.Hogan in second position.

Overall Male:-

1st Ugis Karasevs………..01:24:40
2nd Bryan Mc Crystal……01:30:14
3rd Martin O Hagan…….01:31:24
4th Ruaidhri Stewart……01:35:19

Overall Female:-
1st Jolene Mellon………..01:43:23
2nd Rachel Burgess………01:49:48 (1st Female Vet)
3rd Aoife Callan…………..01:50:20

Male Vet 40+:-

1st Christy Cahill …………01:38:30
2nd Declan McElroy……..01:38:54
3rd Camron Burns……….01:40:04

Female Vet 40+:-

1st Rachel Burgess………01:49:48
2nd Linda Meehan………01:53:34
3rd Orla McElroy…………01:59:09

Male Classic Vet 50+:-
1st Colm Power………….02:11:39
2nd Eamonn Kavanagh…02:14:35
3rd Kevin Byrne………….02:18:21

Female Classic Vet 50+:-
1st Eimear Hurley………..02:27:44
2nd Collette O’Hagan……02:40:21

Final Finisher – Legend
Regina O’Reilly…02:59:51

10k Results
Male:-
1st Ciaran Gallagher….42:21
2nd Stephen Ralph……47:27
3rd John Savage……….51:21

Female:-
1st Michelle Gallagher….54:34
2nd Michelle Grimes…….56:30
3rd Lorraine O’Hare……..01:00:09

More photos to follow:-

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By CLEC

4 comments on “Well Done All…..Legends

  1. Guys,

    I would like to thank you for a well organised 1/2 Marathon, it was a test of my metal and I had to dig deep a few times, it’s all in the head anyway. I’m looking forward to next years, I now know what to expect, this is of course if I stop walking like the Tin Man before then.

    Again, many thanks

    PS. The Dundalk 1/2 Marathon is going to be a bit dull in comparison!

  2. Thanks so so much for everyone involved in the half marathon. It was so well organised, such a friendly atmosphere…the whole day was brill (apart from the 2 hrs 59 mins and of course those 51 seconds!!!!)… was a great overall and what a way to celebrate my birthday!!
    Thanks again and I guess I’ll see ya next year!!!

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