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Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7847)
Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7847)
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-18 11:22:53
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°23'54"N - 6°39'55"W
  • This is a photograph from the finish of the 2nd Annual Kilcock Athletic Club 10 Mile Road Race which was held in the town of Kilcock, Co. Kildare, Ireland on Sunday 18th August 2019 at 10:10. The race is promoted by the St. Coca's AC club and this is a very successful second installment of the race. With over 600 participants there is a great deal of work and organisation required to stage a long distance race in the area between the Kilcock, Maynooth and Clane catchment areas. St. Coca's AC have established a fine reputation from their annual 5KM road race held every June. They are also well known for the lavish and plentiful after-race refreshment spreads they provide! The race has grown and expanded on its first installment where there were 500 finishers. This year seen just over 600 finishers of the race. The weather was a mixed affair. Temperatures were warm and pleasant but there was a very strong westerly breeze. This has both a headwind and tailwind effect in the race, most notably making the Canal section at the end a little more difficult. There was a light shower of rain during the race. The race starts near Scoil Ui Riada on the Kilcock to Clane road. The route heads south-easterly along the first 1.5 miles of the Kilcock AC 5KM road race route. The route turns right here at Laragh and heads towards the townlands of Clonfirth, Baltracey and Balraheen. The half way point is at the well known Ladychapel Church crossroads between the L1010 and the Maynooth-Rathcoffey R408 road. Proceeding northwards toward Maynooth the race takes a left at the Crinstown Cross Roads to mark the turn back westerly towards Kilcock. Just after mile 7 the race crosses the M4/M6 Kilcock/Maynooth motorway bypass. This crossing and the next canal bridge are the only real 'hills' on the course. The last two miles turn westward toward Kilcock along the Royal Canal Greenway. The race enters the Greenway at Jackson's Bridge and proceeds along the bank of the Canal under Bailey's Bridge, across Chamber's Bridge and finishing at The Harbour in Kilcock opposite Lidl and the former Dermot Kelly's Garage. Water stations are provided at mile 3 and mile 6. Overall, the route is fast, fair and very suitable to fast road racing and competitive times. Our full set of photographs from today's race are available here on Flickr at the following album: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710376217787 Electronic Chip Timing and Event Management was provided by Irish Company MyRunResults - their website will have more details and results of the race www.myrunresults.com/events/kilcock_10_from_10/2926/details One of the interesting features of the race is the start time of 10:10 in the morning. The significance of the 10s are as follows: it is a 10 mile race, it is 10 weeks exactly from the Dublin City Marathon in October 2019, and the course is a great opportunity for runners of all abilities to gain that illusive PB or season best.
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Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7848)
Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7848)
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-18 11:23:43
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°23'54"N - 6°39'55"W
  • This is a photograph from the finish of the 2nd Annual Kilcock Athletic Club 10 Mile Road Race which was held in the town of Kilcock, Co. Kildare, Ireland on Sunday 18th August 2019 at 10:10. The race is promoted by the St. Coca's AC club and this is a very successful second installment of the race. With over 600 participants there is a great deal of work and organisation required to stage a long distance race in the area between the Kilcock, Maynooth and Clane catchment areas. St. Coca's AC have established a fine reputation from their annual 5KM road race held every June. They are also well known for the lavish and plentiful after-race refreshment spreads they provide! The race has grown and expanded on its first installment where there were 500 finishers. This year seen just over 600 finishers of the race. The weather was a mixed affair. Temperatures were warm and pleasant but there was a very strong westerly breeze. This has both a headwind and tailwind effect in the race, most notably making the Canal section at the end a little more difficult. There was a light shower of rain during the race. The race starts near Scoil Ui Riada on the Kilcock to Clane road. The route heads south-easterly along the first 1.5 miles of the Kilcock AC 5KM road race route. The route turns right here at Laragh and heads towards the townlands of Clonfirth, Baltracey and Balraheen. The half way point is at the well known Ladychapel Church crossroads between the L1010 and the Maynooth-Rathcoffey R408 road. Proceeding northwards toward Maynooth the race takes a left at the Crinstown Cross Roads to mark the turn back westerly towards Kilcock. Just after mile 7 the race crosses the M4/M6 Kilcock/Maynooth motorway bypass. This crossing and the next canal bridge are the only real 'hills' on the course. The last two miles turn westward toward Kilcock along the Royal Canal Greenway. The race enters the Greenway at Jackson's Bridge and proceeds along the bank of the Canal under Bailey's Bridge, across Chamber's Bridge and finishing at The Harbour in Kilcock opposite Lidl and the former Dermot Kelly's Garage. Water stations are provided at mile 3 and mile 6. Overall, the route is fast, fair and very suitable to fast road racing and competitive times. Our full set of photographs from today's race are available here on Flickr at the following album: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710376217787 Electronic Chip Timing and Event Management was provided by Irish Company MyRunResults - their website will have more details and results of the race www.myrunresults.com/events/kilcock_10_from_10/2926/details One of the interesting features of the race is the start time of 10:10 in the morning. The significance of the 10s are as follows: it is a 10 mile race, it is 10 weeks exactly from the Dublin City Marathon in October 2019, and the course is a great opportunity for runners of all abilities to gain that illusive PB or season best.
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Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7849)
Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7849)
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-18 11:23:57
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°23'54"N - 6°39'55"W
  • This is a photograph from the finish of the 2nd Annual Kilcock Athletic Club 10 Mile Road Race which was held in the town of Kilcock, Co. Kildare, Ireland on Sunday 18th August 2019 at 10:10. The race is promoted by the St. Coca's AC club and this is a very successful second installment of the race. With over 600 participants there is a great deal of work and organisation required to stage a long distance race in the area between the Kilcock, Maynooth and Clane catchment areas. St. Coca's AC have established a fine reputation from their annual 5KM road race held every June. They are also well known for the lavish and plentiful after-race refreshment spreads they provide! The race has grown and expanded on its first installment where there were 500 finishers. This year seen just over 600 finishers of the race. The weather was a mixed affair. Temperatures were warm and pleasant but there was a very strong westerly breeze. This has both a headwind and tailwind effect in the race, most notably making the Canal section at the end a little more difficult. There was a light shower of rain during the race. The race starts near Scoil Ui Riada on the Kilcock to Clane road. The route heads south-easterly along the first 1.5 miles of the Kilcock AC 5KM road race route. The route turns right here at Laragh and heads towards the townlands of Clonfirth, Baltracey and Balraheen. The half way point is at the well known Ladychapel Church crossroads between the L1010 and the Maynooth-Rathcoffey R408 road. Proceeding northwards toward Maynooth the race takes a left at the Crinstown Cross Roads to mark the turn back westerly towards Kilcock. Just after mile 7 the race crosses the M4/M6 Kilcock/Maynooth motorway bypass. This crossing and the next canal bridge are the only real 'hills' on the course. The last two miles turn westward toward Kilcock along the Royal Canal Greenway. The race enters the Greenway at Jackson's Bridge and proceeds along the bank of the Canal under Bailey's Bridge, across Chamber's Bridge and finishing at The Harbour in Kilcock opposite Lidl and the former Dermot Kelly's Garage. Water stations are provided at mile 3 and mile 6. Overall, the route is fast, fair and very suitable to fast road racing and competitive times. Our full set of photographs from today's race are available here on Flickr at the following album: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710376217787 Electronic Chip Timing and Event Management was provided by Irish Company MyRunResults - their website will have more details and results of the race www.myrunresults.com/events/kilcock_10_from_10/2926/details One of the interesting features of the race is the start time of 10:10 in the morning. The significance of the 10s are as follows: it is a 10 mile race, it is 10 weeks exactly from the Dublin City Marathon in October 2019, and the course is a great opportunity for runners of all abilities to gain that illusive PB or season best.
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Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7850)
Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7850)
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-18 11:23:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°23'54"N - 6°39'55"W
  • This is a photograph from the finish of the 2nd Annual Kilcock Athletic Club 10 Mile Road Race which was held in the town of Kilcock, Co. Kildare, Ireland on Sunday 18th August 2019 at 10:10. The race is promoted by the St. Coca's AC club and this is a very successful second installment of the race. With over 600 participants there is a great deal of work and organisation required to stage a long distance race in the area between the Kilcock, Maynooth and Clane catchment areas. St. Coca's AC have established a fine reputation from their annual 5KM road race held every June. They are also well known for the lavish and plentiful after-race refreshment spreads they provide! The race has grown and expanded on its first installment where there were 500 finishers. This year seen just over 600 finishers of the race. The weather was a mixed affair. Temperatures were warm and pleasant but there was a very strong westerly breeze. This has both a headwind and tailwind effect in the race, most notably making the Canal section at the end a little more difficult. There was a light shower of rain during the race. The race starts near Scoil Ui Riada on the Kilcock to Clane road. The route heads south-easterly along the first 1.5 miles of the Kilcock AC 5KM road race route. The route turns right here at Laragh and heads towards the townlands of Clonfirth, Baltracey and Balraheen. The half way point is at the well known Ladychapel Church crossroads between the L1010 and the Maynooth-Rathcoffey R408 road. Proceeding northwards toward Maynooth the race takes a left at the Crinstown Cross Roads to mark the turn back westerly towards Kilcock. Just after mile 7 the race crosses the M4/M6 Kilcock/Maynooth motorway bypass. This crossing and the next canal bridge are the only real 'hills' on the course. The last two miles turn westward toward Kilcock along the Royal Canal Greenway. The race enters the Greenway at Jackson's Bridge and proceeds along the bank of the Canal under Bailey's Bridge, across Chamber's Bridge and finishing at The Harbour in Kilcock opposite Lidl and the former Dermot Kelly's Garage. Water stations are provided at mile 3 and mile 6. Overall, the route is fast, fair and very suitable to fast road racing and competitive times. Our full set of photographs from today's race are available here on Flickr at the following album: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710376217787 Electronic Chip Timing and Event Management was provided by Irish Company MyRunResults - their website will have more details and results of the race www.myrunresults.com/events/kilcock_10_from_10/2926/details One of the interesting features of the race is the start time of 10:10 in the morning. The significance of the 10s are as follows: it is a 10 mile race, it is 10 weeks exactly from the Dublin City Marathon in October 2019, and the course is a great opportunity for runners of all abilities to gain that illusive PB or season best.
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Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7851)
Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7851)
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-18 11:24:03
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°23'54"N - 6°39'55"W
  • This is a photograph from the finish of the 2nd Annual Kilcock Athletic Club 10 Mile Road Race which was held in the town of Kilcock, Co. Kildare, Ireland on Sunday 18th August 2019 at 10:10. The race is promoted by the St. Coca's AC club and this is a very successful second installment of the race. With over 600 participants there is a great deal of work and organisation required to stage a long distance race in the area between the Kilcock, Maynooth and Clane catchment areas. St. Coca's AC have established a fine reputation from their annual 5KM road race held every June. They are also well known for the lavish and plentiful after-race refreshment spreads they provide! The race has grown and expanded on its first installment where there were 500 finishers. This year seen just over 600 finishers of the race. The weather was a mixed affair. Temperatures were warm and pleasant but there was a very strong westerly breeze. This has both a headwind and tailwind effect in the race, most notably making the Canal section at the end a little more difficult. There was a light shower of rain during the race. The race starts near Scoil Ui Riada on the Kilcock to Clane road. The route heads south-easterly along the first 1.5 miles of the Kilcock AC 5KM road race route. The route turns right here at Laragh and heads towards the townlands of Clonfirth, Baltracey and Balraheen. The half way point is at the well known Ladychapel Church crossroads between the L1010 and the Maynooth-Rathcoffey R408 road. Proceeding northwards toward Maynooth the race takes a left at the Crinstown Cross Roads to mark the turn back westerly towards Kilcock. Just after mile 7 the race crosses the M4/M6 Kilcock/Maynooth motorway bypass. This crossing and the next canal bridge are the only real 'hills' on the course. The last two miles turn westward toward Kilcock along the Royal Canal Greenway. The race enters the Greenway at Jackson's Bridge and proceeds along the bank of the Canal under Bailey's Bridge, across Chamber's Bridge and finishing at The Harbour in Kilcock opposite Lidl and the former Dermot Kelly's Garage. Water stations are provided at mile 3 and mile 6. Overall, the route is fast, fair and very suitable to fast road racing and competitive times. Our full set of photographs from today's race are available here on Flickr at the following album: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710376217787 Electronic Chip Timing and Event Management was provided by Irish Company MyRunResults - their website will have more details and results of the race www.myrunresults.com/events/kilcock_10_from_10/2926/details One of the interesting features of the race is the start time of 10:10 in the morning. The significance of the 10s are as follows: it is a 10 mile race, it is 10 weeks exactly from the Dublin City Marathon in October 2019, and the course is a great opportunity for runners of all abilities to gain that illusive PB or season best.
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Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7852)
Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7852)
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-18 11:24:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°23'54"N - 6°39'55"W
  • This is a photograph from the finish of the 2nd Annual Kilcock Athletic Club 10 Mile Road Race which was held in the town of Kilcock, Co. Kildare, Ireland on Sunday 18th August 2019 at 10:10. The race is promoted by the St. Coca's AC club and this is a very successful second installment of the race. With over 600 participants there is a great deal of work and organisation required to stage a long distance race in the area between the Kilcock, Maynooth and Clane catchment areas. St. Coca's AC have established a fine reputation from their annual 5KM road race held every June. They are also well known for the lavish and plentiful after-race refreshment spreads they provide! The race has grown and expanded on its first installment where there were 500 finishers. This year seen just over 600 finishers of the race. The weather was a mixed affair. Temperatures were warm and pleasant but there was a very strong westerly breeze. This has both a headwind and tailwind effect in the race, most notably making the Canal section at the end a little more difficult. There was a light shower of rain during the race. The race starts near Scoil Ui Riada on the Kilcock to Clane road. The route heads south-easterly along the first 1.5 miles of the Kilcock AC 5KM road race route. The route turns right here at Laragh and heads towards the townlands of Clonfirth, Baltracey and Balraheen. The half way point is at the well known Ladychapel Church crossroads between the L1010 and the Maynooth-Rathcoffey R408 road. Proceeding northwards toward Maynooth the race takes a left at the Crinstown Cross Roads to mark the turn back westerly towards Kilcock. Just after mile 7 the race crosses the M4/M6 Kilcock/Maynooth motorway bypass. This crossing and the next canal bridge are the only real 'hills' on the course. The last two miles turn westward toward Kilcock along the Royal Canal Greenway. The race enters the Greenway at Jackson's Bridge and proceeds along the bank of the Canal under Bailey's Bridge, across Chamber's Bridge and finishing at The Harbour in Kilcock opposite Lidl and the former Dermot Kelly's Garage. Water stations are provided at mile 3 and mile 6. Overall, the route is fast, fair and very suitable to fast road racing and competitive times. Our full set of photographs from today's race are available here on Flickr at the following album: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710376217787 Electronic Chip Timing and Event Management was provided by Irish Company MyRunResults - their website will have more details and results of the race www.myrunresults.com/events/kilcock_10_from_10/2926/details One of the interesting features of the race is the start time of 10:10 in the morning. The significance of the 10s are as follows: it is a 10 mile race, it is 10 weeks exactly from the Dublin City Marathon in October 2019, and the course is a great opportunity for runners of all abilities to gain that illusive PB or season best.
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Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7853)
Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7853)
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-18 11:24:29
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°23'54"N - 6°39'55"W
  • This is a photograph from the finish of the 2nd Annual Kilcock Athletic Club 10 Mile Road Race which was held in the town of Kilcock, Co. Kildare, Ireland on Sunday 18th August 2019 at 10:10. The race is promoted by the St. Coca's AC club and this is a very successful second installment of the race. With over 600 participants there is a great deal of work and organisation required to stage a long distance race in the area between the Kilcock, Maynooth and Clane catchment areas. St. Coca's AC have established a fine reputation from their annual 5KM road race held every June. They are also well known for the lavish and plentiful after-race refreshment spreads they provide! The race has grown and expanded on its first installment where there were 500 finishers. This year seen just over 600 finishers of the race. The weather was a mixed affair. Temperatures were warm and pleasant but there was a very strong westerly breeze. This has both a headwind and tailwind effect in the race, most notably making the Canal section at the end a little more difficult. There was a light shower of rain during the race. The race starts near Scoil Ui Riada on the Kilcock to Clane road. The route heads south-easterly along the first 1.5 miles of the Kilcock AC 5KM road race route. The route turns right here at Laragh and heads towards the townlands of Clonfirth, Baltracey and Balraheen. The half way point is at the well known Ladychapel Church crossroads between the L1010 and the Maynooth-Rathcoffey R408 road. Proceeding northwards toward Maynooth the race takes a left at the Crinstown Cross Roads to mark the turn back westerly towards Kilcock. Just after mile 7 the race crosses the M4/M6 Kilcock/Maynooth motorway bypass. This crossing and the next canal bridge are the only real 'hills' on the course. The last two miles turn westward toward Kilcock along the Royal Canal Greenway. The race enters the Greenway at Jackson's Bridge and proceeds along the bank of the Canal under Bailey's Bridge, across Chamber's Bridge and finishing at The Harbour in Kilcock opposite Lidl and the former Dermot Kelly's Garage. Water stations are provided at mile 3 and mile 6. Overall, the route is fast, fair and very suitable to fast road racing and competitive times. Our full set of photographs from today's race are available here on Flickr at the following album: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710376217787 Electronic Chip Timing and Event Management was provided by Irish Company MyRunResults - their website will have more details and results of the race www.myrunresults.com/events/kilcock_10_from_10/2926/details One of the interesting features of the race is the start time of 10:10 in the morning. The significance of the 10s are as follows: it is a 10 mile race, it is 10 weeks exactly from the Dublin City Marathon in October 2019, and the course is a great opportunity for runners of all abilities to gain that illusive PB or season best.
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Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7854)
Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7854)
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-18 11:24:30
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°23'54"N - 6°39'55"W
  • This is a photograph from the finish of the 2nd Annual Kilcock Athletic Club 10 Mile Road Race which was held in the town of Kilcock, Co. Kildare, Ireland on Sunday 18th August 2019 at 10:10. The race is promoted by the St. Coca's AC club and this is a very successful second installment of the race. With over 600 participants there is a great deal of work and organisation required to stage a long distance race in the area between the Kilcock, Maynooth and Clane catchment areas. St. Coca's AC have established a fine reputation from their annual 5KM road race held every June. They are also well known for the lavish and plentiful after-race refreshment spreads they provide! The race has grown and expanded on its first installment where there were 500 finishers. This year seen just over 600 finishers of the race. The weather was a mixed affair. Temperatures were warm and pleasant but there was a very strong westerly breeze. This has both a headwind and tailwind effect in the race, most notably making the Canal section at the end a little more difficult. There was a light shower of rain during the race. The race starts near Scoil Ui Riada on the Kilcock to Clane road. The route heads south-easterly along the first 1.5 miles of the Kilcock AC 5KM road race route. The route turns right here at Laragh and heads towards the townlands of Clonfirth, Baltracey and Balraheen. The half way point is at the well known Ladychapel Church crossroads between the L1010 and the Maynooth-Rathcoffey R408 road. Proceeding northwards toward Maynooth the race takes a left at the Crinstown Cross Roads to mark the turn back westerly towards Kilcock. Just after mile 7 the race crosses the M4/M6 Kilcock/Maynooth motorway bypass. This crossing and the next canal bridge are the only real 'hills' on the course. The last two miles turn westward toward Kilcock along the Royal Canal Greenway. The race enters the Greenway at Jackson's Bridge and proceeds along the bank of the Canal under Bailey's Bridge, across Chamber's Bridge and finishing at The Harbour in Kilcock opposite Lidl and the former Dermot Kelly's Garage. Water stations are provided at mile 3 and mile 6. Overall, the route is fast, fair and very suitable to fast road racing and competitive times. Our full set of photographs from today's race are available here on Flickr at the following album: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710376217787 Electronic Chip Timing and Event Management was provided by Irish Company MyRunResults - their website will have more details and results of the race www.myrunresults.com/events/kilcock_10_from_10/2926/details One of the interesting features of the race is the start time of 10:10 in the morning. The significance of the 10s are as follows: it is a 10 mile race, it is 10 weeks exactly from the Dublin City Marathon in October 2019, and the course is a great opportunity for runners of all abilities to gain that illusive PB or season best.
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Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7856)
Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7856)
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-18 11:24:47
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°23'54"N - 6°39'55"W
  • This is a photograph from the finish of the 2nd Annual Kilcock Athletic Club 10 Mile Road Race which was held in the town of Kilcock, Co. Kildare, Ireland on Sunday 18th August 2019 at 10:10. The race is promoted by the St. Coca's AC club and this is a very successful second installment of the race. With over 600 participants there is a great deal of work and organisation required to stage a long distance race in the area between the Kilcock, Maynooth and Clane catchment areas. St. Coca's AC have established a fine reputation from their annual 5KM road race held every June. They are also well known for the lavish and plentiful after-race refreshment spreads they provide! The race has grown and expanded on its first installment where there were 500 finishers. This year seen just over 600 finishers of the race. The weather was a mixed affair. Temperatures were warm and pleasant but there was a very strong westerly breeze. This has both a headwind and tailwind effect in the race, most notably making the Canal section at the end a little more difficult. There was a light shower of rain during the race. The race starts near Scoil Ui Riada on the Kilcock to Clane road. The route heads south-easterly along the first 1.5 miles of the Kilcock AC 5KM road race route. The route turns right here at Laragh and heads towards the townlands of Clonfirth, Baltracey and Balraheen. The half way point is at the well known Ladychapel Church crossroads between the L1010 and the Maynooth-Rathcoffey R408 road. Proceeding northwards toward Maynooth the race takes a left at the Crinstown Cross Roads to mark the turn back westerly towards Kilcock. Just after mile 7 the race crosses the M4/M6 Kilcock/Maynooth motorway bypass. This crossing and the next canal bridge are the only real 'hills' on the course. The last two miles turn westward toward Kilcock along the Royal Canal Greenway. The race enters the Greenway at Jackson's Bridge and proceeds along the bank of the Canal under Bailey's Bridge, across Chamber's Bridge and finishing at The Harbour in Kilcock opposite Lidl and the former Dermot Kelly's Garage. Water stations are provided at mile 3 and mile 6. Overall, the route is fast, fair and very suitable to fast road racing and competitive times. Our full set of photographs from today's race are available here on Flickr at the following album: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710376217787 Electronic Chip Timing and Event Management was provided by Irish Company MyRunResults - their website will have more details and results of the race www.myrunresults.com/events/kilcock_10_from_10/2926/details One of the interesting features of the race is the start time of 10:10 in the morning. The significance of the 10s are as follows: it is a 10 mile race, it is 10 weeks exactly from the Dublin City Marathon in October 2019, and the course is a great opportunity for runners of all abilities to gain that illusive PB or season best.
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Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7857)
Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7857)
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-18 11:24:51
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°23'54"N - 6°39'55"W
  • This is a photograph from the finish of the 2nd Annual Kilcock Athletic Club 10 Mile Road Race which was held in the town of Kilcock, Co. Kildare, Ireland on Sunday 18th August 2019 at 10:10. The race is promoted by the St. Coca's AC club and this is a very successful second installment of the race. With over 600 participants there is a great deal of work and organisation required to stage a long distance race in the area between the Kilcock, Maynooth and Clane catchment areas. St. Coca's AC have established a fine reputation from their annual 5KM road race held every June. They are also well known for the lavish and plentiful after-race refreshment spreads they provide! The race has grown and expanded on its first installment where there were 500 finishers. This year seen just over 600 finishers of the race. The weather was a mixed affair. Temperatures were warm and pleasant but there was a very strong westerly breeze. This has both a headwind and tailwind effect in the race, most notably making the Canal section at the end a little more difficult. There was a light shower of rain during the race. The race starts near Scoil Ui Riada on the Kilcock to Clane road. The route heads south-easterly along the first 1.5 miles of the Kilcock AC 5KM road race route. The route turns right here at Laragh and heads towards the townlands of Clonfirth, Baltracey and Balraheen. The half way point is at the well known Ladychapel Church crossroads between the L1010 and the Maynooth-Rathcoffey R408 road. Proceeding northwards toward Maynooth the race takes a left at the Crinstown Cross Roads to mark the turn back westerly towards Kilcock. Just after mile 7 the race crosses the M4/M6 Kilcock/Maynooth motorway bypass. This crossing and the next canal bridge are the only real 'hills' on the course. The last two miles turn westward toward Kilcock along the Royal Canal Greenway. The race enters the Greenway at Jackson's Bridge and proceeds along the bank of the Canal under Bailey's Bridge, across Chamber's Bridge and finishing at The Harbour in Kilcock opposite Lidl and the former Dermot Kelly's Garage. Water stations are provided at mile 3 and mile 6. Overall, the route is fast, fair and very suitable to fast road racing and competitive times. Our full set of photographs from today's race are available here on Flickr at the following album: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710376217787 Electronic Chip Timing and Event Management was provided by Irish Company MyRunResults - their website will have more details and results of the race www.myrunresults.com/events/kilcock_10_from_10/2926/details One of the interesting features of the race is the start time of 10:10 in the morning. The significance of the 10s are as follows: it is a 10 mile race, it is 10 weeks exactly from the Dublin City Marathon in October 2019, and the course is a great opportunity for runners of all abilities to gain that illusive PB or season best.
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Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7858)
Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7858)
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-18 11:24:55
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°23'54"N - 6°39'55"W
  • This is a photograph from the finish of the 2nd Annual Kilcock Athletic Club 10 Mile Road Race which was held in the town of Kilcock, Co. Kildare, Ireland on Sunday 18th August 2019 at 10:10. The race is promoted by the St. Coca's AC club and this is a very successful second installment of the race. With over 600 participants there is a great deal of work and organisation required to stage a long distance race in the area between the Kilcock, Maynooth and Clane catchment areas. St. Coca's AC have established a fine reputation from their annual 5KM road race held every June. They are also well known for the lavish and plentiful after-race refreshment spreads they provide! The race has grown and expanded on its first installment where there were 500 finishers. This year seen just over 600 finishers of the race. The weather was a mixed affair. Temperatures were warm and pleasant but there was a very strong westerly breeze. This has both a headwind and tailwind effect in the race, most notably making the Canal section at the end a little more difficult. There was a light shower of rain during the race. The race starts near Scoil Ui Riada on the Kilcock to Clane road. The route heads south-easterly along the first 1.5 miles of the Kilcock AC 5KM road race route. The route turns right here at Laragh and heads towards the townlands of Clonfirth, Baltracey and Balraheen. The half way point is at the well known Ladychapel Church crossroads between the L1010 and the Maynooth-Rathcoffey R408 road. Proceeding northwards toward Maynooth the race takes a left at the Crinstown Cross Roads to mark the turn back westerly towards Kilcock. Just after mile 7 the race crosses the M4/M6 Kilcock/Maynooth motorway bypass. This crossing and the next canal bridge are the only real 'hills' on the course. The last two miles turn westward toward Kilcock along the Royal Canal Greenway. The race enters the Greenway at Jackson's Bridge and proceeds along the bank of the Canal under Bailey's Bridge, across Chamber's Bridge and finishing at The Harbour in Kilcock opposite Lidl and the former Dermot Kelly's Garage. Water stations are provided at mile 3 and mile 6. Overall, the route is fast, fair and very suitable to fast road racing and competitive times. Our full set of photographs from today's race are available here on Flickr at the following album: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710376217787 Electronic Chip Timing and Event Management was provided by Irish Company MyRunResults - their website will have more details and results of the race www.myrunresults.com/events/kilcock_10_from_10/2926/details One of the interesting features of the race is the start time of 10:10 in the morning. The significance of the 10s are as follows: it is a 10 mile race, it is 10 weeks exactly from the Dublin City Marathon in October 2019, and the course is a great opportunity for runners of all abilities to gain that illusive PB or season best.
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Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7859)
Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7859)
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-18 11:24:57
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°23'54"N - 6°39'55"W
  • This is a photograph from the finish of the 2nd Annual Kilcock Athletic Club 10 Mile Road Race which was held in the town of Kilcock, Co. Kildare, Ireland on Sunday 18th August 2019 at 10:10. The race is promoted by the St. Coca's AC club and this is a very successful second installment of the race. With over 600 participants there is a great deal of work and organisation required to stage a long distance race in the area between the Kilcock, Maynooth and Clane catchment areas. St. Coca's AC have established a fine reputation from their annual 5KM road race held every June. They are also well known for the lavish and plentiful after-race refreshment spreads they provide! The race has grown and expanded on its first installment where there were 500 finishers. This year seen just over 600 finishers of the race. The weather was a mixed affair. Temperatures were warm and pleasant but there was a very strong westerly breeze. This has both a headwind and tailwind effect in the race, most notably making the Canal section at the end a little more difficult. There was a light shower of rain during the race. The race starts near Scoil Ui Riada on the Kilcock to Clane road. The route heads south-easterly along the first 1.5 miles of the Kilcock AC 5KM road race route. The route turns right here at Laragh and heads towards the townlands of Clonfirth, Baltracey and Balraheen. The half way point is at the well known Ladychapel Church crossroads between the L1010 and the Maynooth-Rathcoffey R408 road. Proceeding northwards toward Maynooth the race takes a left at the Crinstown Cross Roads to mark the turn back westerly towards Kilcock. Just after mile 7 the race crosses the M4/M6 Kilcock/Maynooth motorway bypass. This crossing and the next canal bridge are the only real 'hills' on the course. The last two miles turn westward toward Kilcock along the Royal Canal Greenway. The race enters the Greenway at Jackson's Bridge and proceeds along the bank of the Canal under Bailey's Bridge, across Chamber's Bridge and finishing at The Harbour in Kilcock opposite Lidl and the former Dermot Kelly's Garage. Water stations are provided at mile 3 and mile 6. Overall, the route is fast, fair and very suitable to fast road racing and competitive times. Our full set of photographs from today's race are available here on Flickr at the following album: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710376217787 Electronic Chip Timing and Event Management was provided by Irish Company MyRunResults - their website will have more details and results of the race www.myrunresults.com/events/kilcock_10_from_10/2926/details One of the interesting features of the race is the start time of 10:10 in the morning. The significance of the 10s are as follows: it is a 10 mile race, it is 10 weeks exactly from the Dublin City Marathon in October 2019, and the course is a great opportunity for runners of all abilities to gain that illusive PB or season best.
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Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7860)
Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7860)
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-18 11:25:03
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°23'54"N - 6°39'55"W
  • This is a photograph from the finish of the 2nd Annual Kilcock Athletic Club 10 Mile Road Race which was held in the town of Kilcock, Co. Kildare, Ireland on Sunday 18th August 2019 at 10:10. The race is promoted by the St. Coca's AC club and this is a very successful second installment of the race. With over 600 participants there is a great deal of work and organisation required to stage a long distance race in the area between the Kilcock, Maynooth and Clane catchment areas. St. Coca's AC have established a fine reputation from their annual 5KM road race held every June. They are also well known for the lavish and plentiful after-race refreshment spreads they provide! The race has grown and expanded on its first installment where there were 500 finishers. This year seen just over 600 finishers of the race. The weather was a mixed affair. Temperatures were warm and pleasant but there was a very strong westerly breeze. This has both a headwind and tailwind effect in the race, most notably making the Canal section at the end a little more difficult. There was a light shower of rain during the race. The race starts near Scoil Ui Riada on the Kilcock to Clane road. The route heads south-easterly along the first 1.5 miles of the Kilcock AC 5KM road race route. The route turns right here at Laragh and heads towards the townlands of Clonfirth, Baltracey and Balraheen. The half way point is at the well known Ladychapel Church crossroads between the L1010 and the Maynooth-Rathcoffey R408 road. Proceeding northwards toward Maynooth the race takes a left at the Crinstown Cross Roads to mark the turn back westerly towards Kilcock. Just after mile 7 the race crosses the M4/M6 Kilcock/Maynooth motorway bypass. This crossing and the next canal bridge are the only real 'hills' on the course. The last two miles turn westward toward Kilcock along the Royal Canal Greenway. The race enters the Greenway at Jackson's Bridge and proceeds along the bank of the Canal under Bailey's Bridge, across Chamber's Bridge and finishing at The Harbour in Kilcock opposite Lidl and the former Dermot Kelly's Garage. Water stations are provided at mile 3 and mile 6. Overall, the route is fast, fair and very suitable to fast road racing and competitive times. Our full set of photographs from today's race are available here on Flickr at the following album: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710376217787 Electronic Chip Timing and Event Management was provided by Irish Company MyRunResults - their website will have more details and results of the race www.myrunresults.com/events/kilcock_10_from_10/2926/details One of the interesting features of the race is the start time of 10:10 in the morning. The significance of the 10s are as follows: it is a 10 mile race, it is 10 weeks exactly from the Dublin City Marathon in October 2019, and the course is a great opportunity for runners of all abilities to gain that illusive PB or season best.
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Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7861)
Finish Kilcock 10 Mile 2019 (7861)
  • Author: Peter Mooney Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-08-18 11:25:05
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°23'54"N - 6°39'55"W
  • This is a photograph from the finish of the 2nd Annual Kilcock Athletic Club 10 Mile Road Race which was held in the town of Kilcock, Co. Kildare, Ireland on Sunday 18th August 2019 at 10:10. The race is promoted by the St. Coca's AC club and this is a very successful second installment of the race. With over 600 participants there is a great deal of work and organisation required to stage a long distance race in the area between the Kilcock, Maynooth and Clane catchment areas. St. Coca's AC have established a fine reputation from their annual 5KM road race held every June. They are also well known for the lavish and plentiful after-race refreshment spreads they provide! The race has grown and expanded on its first installment where there were 500 finishers. This year seen just over 600 finishers of the race. The weather was a mixed affair. Temperatures were warm and pleasant but there was a very strong westerly breeze. This has both a headwind and tailwind effect in the race, most notably making the Canal section at the end a little more difficult. There was a light shower of rain during the race. The race starts near Scoil Ui Riada on the Kilcock to Clane road. The route heads south-easterly along the first 1.5 miles of the Kilcock AC 5KM road race route. The route turns right here at Laragh and heads towards the townlands of Clonfirth, Baltracey and Balraheen. The half way point is at the well known Ladychapel Church crossroads between the L1010 and the Maynooth-Rathcoffey R408 road. Proceeding northwards toward Maynooth the race takes a left at the Crinstown Cross Roads to mark the turn back westerly towards Kilcock. Just after mile 7 the race crosses the M4/M6 Kilcock/Maynooth motorway bypass. This crossing and the next canal bridge are the only real 'hills' on the course. The last two miles turn westward toward Kilcock along the Royal Canal Greenway. The race enters the Greenway at Jackson's Bridge and proceeds along the bank of the Canal under Bailey's Bridge, across Chamber's Bridge and finishing at The Harbour in Kilcock opposite Lidl and the former Dermot Kelly's Garage. Water stations are provided at mile 3 and mile 6. Overall, the route is fast, fair and very suitable to fast road racing and competitive times. Our full set of photographs from today's race are available here on Flickr at the following album: www.flickr.com/photos/peterm7/albums/72157710376217787 Electronic Chip Timing and Event Management was provided by Irish Company MyRunResults - their website will have more details and results of the race www.myrunresults.com/events/kilcock_10_from_10/2926/details One of the interesting features of the race is the start time of 10:10 in the morning. The significance of the 10s are as follows: it is a 10 mile race, it is 10 weeks exactly from the Dublin City Marathon in October 2019, and the course is a great opportunity for runners of all abilities to gain that illusive PB or season best.
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Ireland from the air
Ireland from the air
  • Author: Clean Bread and Cheese Creek Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-10-29 12:04:02
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°25'23"N - 6°39'3"W
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