Dublin City Marathon


#41

Well done lads. Great stuff.


#42

I’m proud of you @Ralphie and @Tassotti


#43

You dug it out when things got tough. I was roaring at lads on Roebuck hill.


#44

Absolute weirdos @Tassotti and @Ralphie


#45

get used to that feeling mate


#46

It’s very hard to know what to believe


#47

You really opened up your legs and expressed yourself on that stretch between Terenure & Rathgar.
It was a sight that I won’t forget for a very very very long time.


#48

Another one in the bag lads. I had to carry a lad on my back up heart break hill. He was gone.


Very pleased to announced the 4 hour funbus came in on time. Up Dublin. Up Ireland. Up the Dublin City Marathon. What an unbelievable event.


#49

What a weekend,


#50

Great stuff


#51

What time did you do it in?


#52

Under the 4. Was there in a supporting role helping people achieve their goals by pacing them. Which after today was an unreal experience. I saw the pain and suffering people went through to get there. I started crying after it.


#53

Some fucking man.


#54

3.26 for me. I suffered in last 10k as predicted. Cant bluff a marathon.


#55

Great time, well done bud.


#56

It’s a shite time but appreciate the kind words. I will run 2.50 next year.


#57

Another forumite came in under the 4 as well. Perhaps ye crossed the line together and embraced.


#58

Get a grip mate. That’s unreal


#59

It’s all relative. When your pb is 2.55, its not that great


#60

That’s a serious time. We all get older though.