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Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-22 20:03:47
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°30'46"N - 6°32'15"W
  • This is a photograph from the 40th Michael Manning Memorial "Dunshaughlin 10KM" Road Race and Fun Run which took place in Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath, Ireland on Saturday 22nd June 2019 at 19:30. This race is widely acknowledged within the Irish running community as one of the best races in Ireland and is Ireland's oldest continuously held 10KM race. This year the race celebrates its 40th running. This year, as in previous years, the race attracted runners from not just all of Leinster but from the four corners of Ireland. The work of the organising committee must be commended on making this event possible. The Dunshaughlin 10KM has earned it's place at the top of the pedestal of Irish running through the sheer hard work of Dunshaughlin AC over the years. Road race events do not survive on their own. There must be dedication, hard work and a development vision amongst the committee and the host club. Well done to all. Tonight, the founders of the race and the many Olympians and other runners who have taken part over the years were acknowledged. The route starts on the town bypass and proceeds eastwards into Dunshaughlin village itself. The race then takes a left turn and follows a northerly direction towards Ratoath. At approximately 5.7K the race turns off this road into a small downhill section. After another 400m the race takes a right turn and turns southerly to head back to Dunshaughlin. At this point the only two significant hills of the race are encountered. From here the race is a straight route right back to the finish in Dunshaughlin village. The race carries on its own fine long tradition but also that of the many very well known and well attended Meath Athletic Club road races which are hosted in the county over the year. The weather was warm and almost perfect conditions for road running. There was a stiff breeze on the faces of the field heading out towards half way but this became a warming tail wind on the return home. There is an extensive set of photographs from the race tonight taken at the 1 mile mark and then at the 400M and 600M to go mark. The full set is available at:https://www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709206935342 . As in previous years, the race was part of the Kia Race Series. Event management and Chip Timing provided by Popup Races.
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Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-22 20:03:56
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°30'46"N - 6°32'15"W
  • This is a photograph from the 40th Michael Manning Memorial "Dunshaughlin 10KM" Road Race and Fun Run which took place in Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath, Ireland on Saturday 22nd June 2019 at 19:30. This race is widely acknowledged within the Irish running community as one of the best races in Ireland and is Ireland's oldest continuously held 10KM race. This year the race celebrates its 40th running. This year, as in previous years, the race attracted runners from not just all of Leinster but from the four corners of Ireland. The work of the organising committee must be commended on making this event possible. The Dunshaughlin 10KM has earned it's place at the top of the pedestal of Irish running through the sheer hard work of Dunshaughlin AC over the years. Road race events do not survive on their own. There must be dedication, hard work and a development vision amongst the committee and the host club. Well done to all. Tonight, the founders of the race and the many Olympians and other runners who have taken part over the years were acknowledged. The route starts on the town bypass and proceeds eastwards into Dunshaughlin village itself. The race then takes a left turn and follows a northerly direction towards Ratoath. At approximately 5.7K the race turns off this road into a small downhill section. After another 400m the race takes a right turn and turns southerly to head back to Dunshaughlin. At this point the only two significant hills of the race are encountered. From here the race is a straight route right back to the finish in Dunshaughlin village. The race carries on its own fine long tradition but also that of the many very well known and well attended Meath Athletic Club road races which are hosted in the county over the year. The weather was warm and almost perfect conditions for road running. There was a stiff breeze on the faces of the field heading out towards half way but this became a warming tail wind on the return home. There is an extensive set of photographs from the race tonight taken at the 1 mile mark and then at the 400M and 600M to go mark. The full set is available at:https://www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709206935342 . As in previous years, the race was part of the Kia Race Series. Event management and Chip Timing provided by Popup Races.
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Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-22 20:04:01
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°30'46"N - 6°32'15"W
  • This is a photograph from the 40th Michael Manning Memorial "Dunshaughlin 10KM" Road Race and Fun Run which took place in Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath, Ireland on Saturday 22nd June 2019 at 19:30. This race is widely acknowledged within the Irish running community as one of the best races in Ireland and is Ireland's oldest continuously held 10KM race. This year the race celebrates its 40th running. This year, as in previous years, the race attracted runners from not just all of Leinster but from the four corners of Ireland. The work of the organising committee must be commended on making this event possible. The Dunshaughlin 10KM has earned it's place at the top of the pedestal of Irish running through the sheer hard work of Dunshaughlin AC over the years. Road race events do not survive on their own. There must be dedication, hard work and a development vision amongst the committee and the host club. Well done to all. Tonight, the founders of the race and the many Olympians and other runners who have taken part over the years were acknowledged. The route starts on the town bypass and proceeds eastwards into Dunshaughlin village itself. The race then takes a left turn and follows a northerly direction towards Ratoath. At approximately 5.7K the race turns off this road into a small downhill section. After another 400m the race takes a right turn and turns southerly to head back to Dunshaughlin. At this point the only two significant hills of the race are encountered. From here the race is a straight route right back to the finish in Dunshaughlin village. The race carries on its own fine long tradition but also that of the many very well known and well attended Meath Athletic Club road races which are hosted in the county over the year. The weather was warm and almost perfect conditions for road running. There was a stiff breeze on the faces of the field heading out towards half way but this became a warming tail wind on the return home. There is an extensive set of photographs from the race tonight taken at the 1 mile mark and then at the 400M and 600M to go mark. The full set is available at:https://www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709206935342 . As in previous years, the race was part of the Kia Race Series. Event management and Chip Timing provided by Popup Races.
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Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-22 20:04:18
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°30'46"N - 6°32'15"W
  • This is a photograph from the 40th Michael Manning Memorial "Dunshaughlin 10KM" Road Race and Fun Run which took place in Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath, Ireland on Saturday 22nd June 2019 at 19:30. This race is widely acknowledged within the Irish running community as one of the best races in Ireland and is Ireland's oldest continuously held 10KM race. This year the race celebrates its 40th running. This year, as in previous years, the race attracted runners from not just all of Leinster but from the four corners of Ireland. The work of the organising committee must be commended on making this event possible. The Dunshaughlin 10KM has earned it's place at the top of the pedestal of Irish running through the sheer hard work of Dunshaughlin AC over the years. Road race events do not survive on their own. There must be dedication, hard work and a development vision amongst the committee and the host club. Well done to all. Tonight, the founders of the race and the many Olympians and other runners who have taken part over the years were acknowledged. The route starts on the town bypass and proceeds eastwards into Dunshaughlin village itself. The race then takes a left turn and follows a northerly direction towards Ratoath. At approximately 5.7K the race turns off this road into a small downhill section. After another 400m the race takes a right turn and turns southerly to head back to Dunshaughlin. At this point the only two significant hills of the race are encountered. From here the race is a straight route right back to the finish in Dunshaughlin village. The race carries on its own fine long tradition but also that of the many very well known and well attended Meath Athletic Club road races which are hosted in the county over the year. The weather was warm and almost perfect conditions for road running. There was a stiff breeze on the faces of the field heading out towards half way but this became a warming tail wind on the return home. There is an extensive set of photographs from the race tonight taken at the 1 mile mark and then at the 400M and 600M to go mark. The full set is available at:https://www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709206935342 . As in previous years, the race was part of the Kia Race Series. Event management and Chip Timing provided by Popup Races.
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Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-22 20:04:21
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°30'46"N - 6°32'15"W
  • This is a photograph from the 40th Michael Manning Memorial "Dunshaughlin 10KM" Road Race and Fun Run which took place in Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath, Ireland on Saturday 22nd June 2019 at 19:30. This race is widely acknowledged within the Irish running community as one of the best races in Ireland and is Ireland's oldest continuously held 10KM race. This year the race celebrates its 40th running. This year, as in previous years, the race attracted runners from not just all of Leinster but from the four corners of Ireland. The work of the organising committee must be commended on making this event possible. The Dunshaughlin 10KM has earned it's place at the top of the pedestal of Irish running through the sheer hard work of Dunshaughlin AC over the years. Road race events do not survive on their own. There must be dedication, hard work and a development vision amongst the committee and the host club. Well done to all. Tonight, the founders of the race and the many Olympians and other runners who have taken part over the years were acknowledged. The route starts on the town bypass and proceeds eastwards into Dunshaughlin village itself. The race then takes a left turn and follows a northerly direction towards Ratoath. At approximately 5.7K the race turns off this road into a small downhill section. After another 400m the race takes a right turn and turns southerly to head back to Dunshaughlin. At this point the only two significant hills of the race are encountered. From here the race is a straight route right back to the finish in Dunshaughlin village. The race carries on its own fine long tradition but also that of the many very well known and well attended Meath Athletic Club road races which are hosted in the county over the year. The weather was warm and almost perfect conditions for road running. There was a stiff breeze on the faces of the field heading out towards half way but this became a warming tail wind on the return home. There is an extensive set of photographs from the race tonight taken at the 1 mile mark and then at the 400M and 600M to go mark. The full set is available at:https://www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709206935342 . As in previous years, the race was part of the Kia Race Series. Event management and Chip Timing provided by Popup Races.
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Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-22 20:04:21
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°30'46"N - 6°32'15"W
  • This is a photograph from the 40th Michael Manning Memorial "Dunshaughlin 10KM" Road Race and Fun Run which took place in Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath, Ireland on Saturday 22nd June 2019 at 19:30. This race is widely acknowledged within the Irish running community as one of the best races in Ireland and is Ireland's oldest continuously held 10KM race. This year the race celebrates its 40th running. This year, as in previous years, the race attracted runners from not just all of Leinster but from the four corners of Ireland. The work of the organising committee must be commended on making this event possible. The Dunshaughlin 10KM has earned it's place at the top of the pedestal of Irish running through the sheer hard work of Dunshaughlin AC over the years. Road race events do not survive on their own. There must be dedication, hard work and a development vision amongst the committee and the host club. Well done to all. Tonight, the founders of the race and the many Olympians and other runners who have taken part over the years were acknowledged. The route starts on the town bypass and proceeds eastwards into Dunshaughlin village itself. The race then takes a left turn and follows a northerly direction towards Ratoath. At approximately 5.7K the race turns off this road into a small downhill section. After another 400m the race takes a right turn and turns southerly to head back to Dunshaughlin. At this point the only two significant hills of the race are encountered. From here the race is a straight route right back to the finish in Dunshaughlin village. The race carries on its own fine long tradition but also that of the many very well known and well attended Meath Athletic Club road races which are hosted in the county over the year. The weather was warm and almost perfect conditions for road running. There was a stiff breeze on the faces of the field heading out towards half way but this became a warming tail wind on the return home. There is an extensive set of photographs from the race tonight taken at the 1 mile mark and then at the 400M and 600M to go mark. The full set is available at:https://www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709206935342 . As in previous years, the race was part of the Kia Race Series. Event management and Chip Timing provided by Popup Races.
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    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-22 20:04:27
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°30'46"N - 6°32'15"W
  • This is a photograph from the 40th Michael Manning Memorial "Dunshaughlin 10KM" Road Race and Fun Run which took place in Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath, Ireland on Saturday 22nd June 2019 at 19:30. This race is widely acknowledged within the Irish running community as one of the best races in Ireland and is Ireland's oldest continuously held 10KM race. This year the race celebrates its 40th running. This year, as in previous years, the race attracted runners from not just all of Leinster but from the four corners of Ireland. The work of the organising committee must be commended on making this event possible. The Dunshaughlin 10KM has earned it's place at the top of the pedestal of Irish running through the sheer hard work of Dunshaughlin AC over the years. Road race events do not survive on their own. There must be dedication, hard work and a development vision amongst the committee and the host club. Well done to all. Tonight, the founders of the race and the many Olympians and other runners who have taken part over the years were acknowledged. The route starts on the town bypass and proceeds eastwards into Dunshaughlin village itself. The race then takes a left turn and follows a northerly direction towards Ratoath. At approximately 5.7K the race turns off this road into a small downhill section. After another 400m the race takes a right turn and turns southerly to head back to Dunshaughlin. At this point the only two significant hills of the race are encountered. From here the race is a straight route right back to the finish in Dunshaughlin village. The race carries on its own fine long tradition but also that of the many very well known and well attended Meath Athletic Club road races which are hosted in the county over the year. The weather was warm and almost perfect conditions for road running. There was a stiff breeze on the faces of the field heading out towards half way but this became a warming tail wind on the return home. There is an extensive set of photographs from the race tonight taken at the 1 mile mark and then at the 400M and 600M to go mark. The full set is available at:https://www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709206935342 . As in previous years, the race was part of the Kia Race Series. Event management and Chip Timing provided by Popup Races.
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    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-22 20:04:36
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°30'46"N - 6°32'15"W
  • This is a photograph from the 40th Michael Manning Memorial "Dunshaughlin 10KM" Road Race and Fun Run which took place in Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath, Ireland on Saturday 22nd June 2019 at 19:30. This race is widely acknowledged within the Irish running community as one of the best races in Ireland and is Ireland's oldest continuously held 10KM race. This year the race celebrates its 40th running. This year, as in previous years, the race attracted runners from not just all of Leinster but from the four corners of Ireland. The work of the organising committee must be commended on making this event possible. The Dunshaughlin 10KM has earned it's place at the top of the pedestal of Irish running through the sheer hard work of Dunshaughlin AC over the years. Road race events do not survive on their own. There must be dedication, hard work and a development vision amongst the committee and the host club. Well done to all. Tonight, the founders of the race and the many Olympians and other runners who have taken part over the years were acknowledged. The route starts on the town bypass and proceeds eastwards into Dunshaughlin village itself. The race then takes a left turn and follows a northerly direction towards Ratoath. At approximately 5.7K the race turns off this road into a small downhill section. After another 400m the race takes a right turn and turns southerly to head back to Dunshaughlin. At this point the only two significant hills of the race are encountered. From here the race is a straight route right back to the finish in Dunshaughlin village. The race carries on its own fine long tradition but also that of the many very well known and well attended Meath Athletic Club road races which are hosted in the county over the year. The weather was warm and almost perfect conditions for road running. There was a stiff breeze on the faces of the field heading out towards half way but this became a warming tail wind on the return home. There is an extensive set of photographs from the race tonight taken at the 1 mile mark and then at the 400M and 600M to go mark. The full set is available at:https://www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709206935342 . As in previous years, the race was part of the Kia Race Series. Event management and Chip Timing provided by Popup Races.
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Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-22 20:04:37
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°30'46"N - 6°32'15"W
  • This is a photograph from the 40th Michael Manning Memorial "Dunshaughlin 10KM" Road Race and Fun Run which took place in Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath, Ireland on Saturday 22nd June 2019 at 19:30. This race is widely acknowledged within the Irish running community as one of the best races in Ireland and is Ireland's oldest continuously held 10KM race. This year the race celebrates its 40th running. This year, as in previous years, the race attracted runners from not just all of Leinster but from the four corners of Ireland. The work of the organising committee must be commended on making this event possible. The Dunshaughlin 10KM has earned it's place at the top of the pedestal of Irish running through the sheer hard work of Dunshaughlin AC over the years. Road race events do not survive on their own. There must be dedication, hard work and a development vision amongst the committee and the host club. Well done to all. Tonight, the founders of the race and the many Olympians and other runners who have taken part over the years were acknowledged. The route starts on the town bypass and proceeds eastwards into Dunshaughlin village itself. The race then takes a left turn and follows a northerly direction towards Ratoath. At approximately 5.7K the race turns off this road into a small downhill section. After another 400m the race takes a right turn and turns southerly to head back to Dunshaughlin. At this point the only two significant hills of the race are encountered. From here the race is a straight route right back to the finish in Dunshaughlin village. The race carries on its own fine long tradition but also that of the many very well known and well attended Meath Athletic Club road races which are hosted in the county over the year. The weather was warm and almost perfect conditions for road running. There was a stiff breeze on the faces of the field heading out towards half way but this became a warming tail wind on the return home. There is an extensive set of photographs from the race tonight taken at the 1 mile mark and then at the 400M and 600M to go mark. The full set is available at:https://www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709206935342 . As in previous years, the race was part of the Kia Race Series. Event management and Chip Timing provided by Popup Races.
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Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-22 20:04:55
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°30'46"N - 6°32'15"W
  • This is a photograph from the 40th Michael Manning Memorial "Dunshaughlin 10KM" Road Race and Fun Run which took place in Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath, Ireland on Saturday 22nd June 2019 at 19:30. This race is widely acknowledged within the Irish running community as one of the best races in Ireland and is Ireland's oldest continuously held 10KM race. This year the race celebrates its 40th running. This year, as in previous years, the race attracted runners from not just all of Leinster but from the four corners of Ireland. The work of the organising committee must be commended on making this event possible. The Dunshaughlin 10KM has earned it's place at the top of the pedestal of Irish running through the sheer hard work of Dunshaughlin AC over the years. Road race events do not survive on their own. There must be dedication, hard work and a development vision amongst the committee and the host club. Well done to all. Tonight, the founders of the race and the many Olympians and other runners who have taken part over the years were acknowledged. The route starts on the town bypass and proceeds eastwards into Dunshaughlin village itself. The race then takes a left turn and follows a northerly direction towards Ratoath. At approximately 5.7K the race turns off this road into a small downhill section. After another 400m the race takes a right turn and turns southerly to head back to Dunshaughlin. At this point the only two significant hills of the race are encountered. From here the race is a straight route right back to the finish in Dunshaughlin village. The race carries on its own fine long tradition but also that of the many very well known and well attended Meath Athletic Club road races which are hosted in the county over the year. The weather was warm and almost perfect conditions for road running. There was a stiff breeze on the faces of the field heading out towards half way but this became a warming tail wind on the return home. There is an extensive set of photographs from the race tonight taken at the 1 mile mark and then at the 400M and 600M to go mark. The full set is available at:https://www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709206935342 . As in previous years, the race was part of the Kia Race Series. Event management and Chip Timing provided by Popup Races.
  • License*: Attribution-NonCommercial License - photo in flikr foto flickr
    *The photographs are copyrighted by their respective owners.
Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-22 20:04:56
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°30'46"N - 6°32'15"W
  • This is a photograph from the 40th Michael Manning Memorial "Dunshaughlin 10KM" Road Race and Fun Run which took place in Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath, Ireland on Saturday 22nd June 2019 at 19:30. This race is widely acknowledged within the Irish running community as one of the best races in Ireland and is Ireland's oldest continuously held 10KM race. This year the race celebrates its 40th running. This year, as in previous years, the race attracted runners from not just all of Leinster but from the four corners of Ireland. The work of the organising committee must be commended on making this event possible. The Dunshaughlin 10KM has earned it's place at the top of the pedestal of Irish running through the sheer hard work of Dunshaughlin AC over the years. Road race events do not survive on their own. There must be dedication, hard work and a development vision amongst the committee and the host club. Well done to all. Tonight, the founders of the race and the many Olympians and other runners who have taken part over the years were acknowledged. The route starts on the town bypass and proceeds eastwards into Dunshaughlin village itself. The race then takes a left turn and follows a northerly direction towards Ratoath. At approximately 5.7K the race turns off this road into a small downhill section. After another 400m the race takes a right turn and turns southerly to head back to Dunshaughlin. At this point the only two significant hills of the race are encountered. From here the race is a straight route right back to the finish in Dunshaughlin village. The race carries on its own fine long tradition but also that of the many very well known and well attended Meath Athletic Club road races which are hosted in the county over the year. The weather was warm and almost perfect conditions for road running. There was a stiff breeze on the faces of the field heading out towards half way but this became a warming tail wind on the return home. There is an extensive set of photographs from the race tonight taken at the 1 mile mark and then at the 400M and 600M to go mark. The full set is available at:https://www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709206935342 . As in previous years, the race was part of the Kia Race Series. Event management and Chip Timing provided by Popup Races.
  • License*: Attribution-NonCommercial License - photo in flikr foto flickr
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Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-22 20:04:57
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°30'46"N - 6°32'15"W
  • This is a photograph from the 40th Michael Manning Memorial "Dunshaughlin 10KM" Road Race and Fun Run which took place in Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath, Ireland on Saturday 22nd June 2019 at 19:30. This race is widely acknowledged within the Irish running community as one of the best races in Ireland and is Ireland's oldest continuously held 10KM race. This year the race celebrates its 40th running. This year, as in previous years, the race attracted runners from not just all of Leinster but from the four corners of Ireland. The work of the organising committee must be commended on making this event possible. The Dunshaughlin 10KM has earned it's place at the top of the pedestal of Irish running through the sheer hard work of Dunshaughlin AC over the years. Road race events do not survive on their own. There must be dedication, hard work and a development vision amongst the committee and the host club. Well done to all. Tonight, the founders of the race and the many Olympians and other runners who have taken part over the years were acknowledged. The route starts on the town bypass and proceeds eastwards into Dunshaughlin village itself. The race then takes a left turn and follows a northerly direction towards Ratoath. At approximately 5.7K the race turns off this road into a small downhill section. After another 400m the race takes a right turn and turns southerly to head back to Dunshaughlin. At this point the only two significant hills of the race are encountered. From here the race is a straight route right back to the finish in Dunshaughlin village. The race carries on its own fine long tradition but also that of the many very well known and well attended Meath Athletic Club road races which are hosted in the county over the year. The weather was warm and almost perfect conditions for road running. There was a stiff breeze on the faces of the field heading out towards half way but this became a warming tail wind on the return home. There is an extensive set of photographs from the race tonight taken at the 1 mile mark and then at the 400M and 600M to go mark. The full set is available at:https://www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709206935342 . As in previous years, the race was part of the Kia Race Series. Event management and Chip Timing provided by Popup Races.
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Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-22 20:04:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°30'46"N - 6°32'15"W
  • This is a photograph from the 40th Michael Manning Memorial "Dunshaughlin 10KM" Road Race and Fun Run which took place in Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath, Ireland on Saturday 22nd June 2019 at 19:30. This race is widely acknowledged within the Irish running community as one of the best races in Ireland and is Ireland's oldest continuously held 10KM race. This year the race celebrates its 40th running. This year, as in previous years, the race attracted runners from not just all of Leinster but from the four corners of Ireland. The work of the organising committee must be commended on making this event possible. The Dunshaughlin 10KM has earned it's place at the top of the pedestal of Irish running through the sheer hard work of Dunshaughlin AC over the years. Road race events do not survive on their own. There must be dedication, hard work and a development vision amongst the committee and the host club. Well done to all. Tonight, the founders of the race and the many Olympians and other runners who have taken part over the years were acknowledged. The route starts on the town bypass and proceeds eastwards into Dunshaughlin village itself. The race then takes a left turn and follows a northerly direction towards Ratoath. At approximately 5.7K the race turns off this road into a small downhill section. After another 400m the race takes a right turn and turns southerly to head back to Dunshaughlin. At this point the only two significant hills of the race are encountered. From here the race is a straight route right back to the finish in Dunshaughlin village. The race carries on its own fine long tradition but also that of the many very well known and well attended Meath Athletic Club road races which are hosted in the county over the year. The weather was warm and almost perfect conditions for road running. There was a stiff breeze on the faces of the field heading out towards half way but this became a warming tail wind on the return home. There is an extensive set of photographs from the race tonight taken at the 1 mile mark and then at the 400M and 600M to go mark. The full set is available at:https://www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709206935342 . As in previous years, the race was part of the Kia Race Series. Event management and Chip Timing provided by Popup Races.
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Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
Dunshaughlin 10KM Road Race 2019
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-22 20:05:05
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°30'46"N - 6°32'15"W
  • This is a photograph from the 40th Michael Manning Memorial "Dunshaughlin 10KM" Road Race and Fun Run which took place in Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath, Ireland on Saturday 22nd June 2019 at 19:30. This race is widely acknowledged within the Irish running community as one of the best races in Ireland and is Ireland's oldest continuously held 10KM race. This year the race celebrates its 40th running. This year, as in previous years, the race attracted runners from not just all of Leinster but from the four corners of Ireland. The work of the organising committee must be commended on making this event possible. The Dunshaughlin 10KM has earned it's place at the top of the pedestal of Irish running through the sheer hard work of Dunshaughlin AC over the years. Road race events do not survive on their own. There must be dedication, hard work and a development vision amongst the committee and the host club. Well done to all. Tonight, the founders of the race and the many Olympians and other runners who have taken part over the years were acknowledged. The route starts on the town bypass and proceeds eastwards into Dunshaughlin village itself. The race then takes a left turn and follows a northerly direction towards Ratoath. At approximately 5.7K the race turns off this road into a small downhill section. After another 400m the race takes a right turn and turns southerly to head back to Dunshaughlin. At this point the only two significant hills of the race are encountered. From here the race is a straight route right back to the finish in Dunshaughlin village. The race carries on its own fine long tradition but also that of the many very well known and well attended Meath Athletic Club road races which are hosted in the county over the year. The weather was warm and almost perfect conditions for road running. There was a stiff breeze on the faces of the field heading out towards half way but this became a warming tail wind on the return home. There is an extensive set of photographs from the race tonight taken at the 1 mile mark and then at the 400M and 600M to go mark. The full set is available at:https://www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157709206935342 . As in previous years, the race was part of the Kia Race Series. Event management and Chip Timing provided by Popup Races.
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  • Author: seustace2003 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-18 15:44:48
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°30'7"N - 6°35'4"W
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