Events

Cork to Cobh 15 Mile Results

** Update 10/10/19: Results updated again with a few minor changes. If you have not collected your prize yet, you can contact Kevin Cummins at the number provided on the results. He also has a phone that was found on Sunday and quite a few items of clothing from the race. **

The results of the Cork to Cobh race from this morning are now available in Excel / PDF. Well done to the 809 finishers which is over a hundred up on last year. We had glorious weather as (almost) usual for this race which is quite lucky as the rain is pouring down now! A big thank you to all the volunteers who make this event happen, before, during and after the event itself. We hope you all enjoyed the flagship event of our calendar and will be back for it again next year. Don’t forget that we still have a few races left this year.

Photos up on our our Facebook page already. There were plenty of photographers around so please pass on your links.

Photo by Mick Dooley

 

 

 

Cork to Cobh 2019 Registration Update

*** Due to demand, we are opening registration from 7.30am to 8.30am on Sunday morning at DL Supplies on Lower Glanmire Rd, Victorian Quarter, Cork, T23 PX4V https://maps.app.goo.gl/E1pHoX6UCv2QWNfZ6.

If you haven’t received a bib in the post, please come to DL Supplies as early as possible to get a new bib.

Registration must close at 8.30am to allow the race get off at 9am.

Best of luck to all runners!  ***

With just a week left until we have our iconic Cork to Cobh 15 mile race, there are now 905 runners registered. See updated Excel / PDF of entries as at Oct. We posted the majority of bibs on Friday (Sept 27) and another batch on Tuesday Oct 1 so you should receive yours early this week. We will send a final batch on Wednesday as online entries close Tuesday Oct 1 at 10pm.

For those who have registered

  • Check that we have your details correct as this will be used on race day.
  • If your bib was posted (last column) and you don’t receive it by Friday let us know at the email address provided.

 

Race Notification: Cork to Cobh 15 Mile

The next race on our calendar is the iconic Cork to Cobh race on Sunday October 6th at 9am.

Online registrations are now open with entries costing €20 for registered and non-registered runners. There is a handling fee of €1.07 added to this to cover costs. Please note that we don’t plan to have pre-entries on the morning of the race and online entries will remain open until Tuesday October 1st.

You can also pre-enter offline using the Word form on the registration page and sending this to Kevin Cummins with a cheque for €20 payable to Cork BHAA. Please use block capitals when completing this form or fill in the details on the computer and then print it out. This will assist us in administering the entries.

As with other years, we will send bibs out in the post in batches. If you haven’t received yours 2 days before race day, please contact Kevin Cummins or, for those who register online, simply reply to the registration email.

Musgrave S&S 5k Results

The results of the Musgrave S&S 5k from this evening are now online in Excel / PDF. We had a great turnout with almost 500 runners completing this flat 5k course. The rain even held off until after the race.

Alan O’Shea finishing first:

Carol Finn, first woman over the line:

Race Notification: Musgrave S&S 5k

Our next race is the Musgrave S&S 5k on Tuesday August 13th at 8pm. Registration takes place at Cork Boat Club from 6.30pm. Please note change of date and venue from original calendar. This is the final evening race of the year before Cork to Cobh in early October so one last attempt to get a PB on a fast 5k route.

Musgrave 2019 poster

Depuy Synthes 4 Mile Results

The results of the Depuy Synthes 4 mile race from this evening are now online in Excel / PDF. This was the first time for Depuy Synthes to hold this race and over 250 participants can be proud that the race proceeds are going to such a worthy cause: the Williams Syndrome Association of Ireland. Thank you to all the volunteers from the company who assisted as well as all the usual helpers. Each race requires a combined effort from many people. The weather even held off and thankfully the shower passed over before the race began!

Please note date change for our next race: the Musgrave S&S 5k next Tuesday with registration at Cork Boat Club. More details on this tomorrow.

More photos to follow on our Facebook page.

First man over the line – Alan O Brien

First woman over the line – Linda O Connor

 

 

Race Notification: Depuy Synthes 4 Mile

The next race on our calendar is the Depuy Synthes 4 mile race on Wednesday August 7 in Ringaskiddy. Registration takes place from 6.30pm in the Ringaskiddy Community Centre. See the race page for details of the race route.

Novartis 5k Results

The results of the Novartis 5k from this evening are now available in Excel / PDF. Well done to the 350+ runners on what turned out to be a sunny evening. But the big story of the race was the course record being broken by Hiko Haso Tonosa. He completed the race in a fantastic 14:31 beating the previous record by 3 seconds. Well done Hiko!

More photos to follow on our Facebook page.

Race Notification: Novartis 5k

The next race on our calendar is the Novartis 5k on Wednesday July 31 at 8pm. Registration takes place at the Novartis building in Ringaskiddy from 6.30pm. As usual, entries cost €5 for registered BHAA runners, €10 for non-registered runners. They also have t-shirts for the first 450 finishers.

Gas Networks Ireland 5k Results Update

The results of the Gas Networks Ireland 5k race from this week are now online in Excel / PDF. Apologies for the delay and thank you to everybody who responded to our request for information regarding their finishing times. We had close to 500 finishers on the night and we hope that you enjoyed the race.

If you want to get your prize posted to you, PM us on our Facebook page and we will issue these out. Otherwise you can collect them at the next race which is the Novartis 5k on July 31st.

Last but not least is the winner of the Nike Pegasus runners. Well done to Colette Ryan. We will be in contact via Facebook to arrange this.

** Update Jul 15 **

Two runners had been mixed up which had knock on effects on top 3 women and placing of same teams in men’s B category. Thanks to those of you who pointed this out.