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Well done to all who participated and helped in the club's annual Sports Day and barbeque
Congratulations to Paddy Parrot on finishing in 2.58.35 and finishing 3rd in his category.
Well done to JIm Dowdall 3.00.36,Wesley Nolan 3.02.38,Tom O Neill 3.10.27 & Jean Dowdall 4.16.58
Congrats to you all
The Glen race will take place on the 6th of September 2012, in its usual spot over 10K.Times to be confirmed
On Sun 20th May in Tallaght the Dublin Team Competition U9, 10 & 11 were held. MSB U9 Boys, Neill Hogan & Ciaran Murtagh were 1st in the 60m and 2nd in the 300m. U10 Boys Josh Duggan and Traian Rebegea were 3rd in the 500m. U11 Boys Colm Ayres and Robert Rebegea were 3rd in the 600m. U11 Girls Sarah O’Gorman and Maria Doyle were 1st in both the LJ and the 600m. These were excellent performances on a very competitive day.
On the weekend of the 9th, 10th & 11th June the Dublin Juvenile T & F Championships were held. The club had 36 athletes taking part in 58 events. We had a number of individuals in the top 6 in events but the event of the whole championship was the U14 girls 800m. MSBs Nicole O’Gorman won this by just pipping the DSD athlete. Other winners were: U11 Sarah O’Gorman in the 600m, U12 Molly Brown in the 600m, U15 Aoife Simm in the Hammer. In another very competitive 800m, U16 Vanessa O’Connor was 2nd and she also got 2nd in the 1500m the following day. Aoife Simm was also 2nd in the 100m and the 80m Hurdles and Ailbhe Healy was 2nd in the U15 Hammer. With all these medal winners it is equally good to see so many juveniles coming through in positions, 4,5 & 6.
As we approach the end of the season the Dublin Championship Relays are on over the next 2 Fridays. We have 7 teams entered for this Friday. 2 X U17 Girls, 4 X 13 Girls and 1 X U13 Boys. And we will have 2 x U12, an U14 & U16 Girls team the following weekend.
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JUNE 5TH. 45KM TODAY… FINISHED ABANCAY
June 4th.. 52km today. I finished about 35/40km south/west of Abancay, so commuted there. Will return to same spot at km 353 in morning and run to the city, so should be here tomorrow night also. I got so many issues going on I am finding it impossible to get the blog up to date. I continue to meet many interesting people and have so many photos to show. The mountains are incredible, this is my fav part of the Andes
I should be in Cuzco and Machu Picchu by the weekend. Machu Picchu is not on my route as you can see so I will make a side trip from Cuzco. This will be the very first real sight-seeing of the run for me! God knows when the next sight-seeing will be, perhaps Lake Titicca in Bolivia. Sight-seeing is not my thing – but some things and places just cant be ignored. As you can tell from the photos on this blog I am more of a people person. I will then run south to finish Peru, making another side-trip to see a friend in Arequipa for a day or two. Thats the plan for the next three weeks.
June 3rd…48km today, ran well after a sluggish start as first 35km were all uphill. I finished in a small village where Marie-Lou the local teacher let me stay in a school room! She gave me hot tea, bread and blankets! Then coffee and more bread in the morning
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- Juvenile Track And Field
- Great weekend for senior athletes
- Great runs in the BUPA Great Ireland Run 2012
- Kate O Neill wins BHAA race
- Loss of Paul "Macker" McCreevy
- Turnbull & Tracey win at the St Pats 5k
- MSB's John Coghlan Breaks Four Minutes
- Gold for MSB Athletes at National Inter Counties XC
- Another good day for MSB juveniles at Uneven Age Dublin Championships in Marley Park.