MCI Tralee Marathon and Half Marathon Results Day 2, 10th July 2016

First Name Surname Bib no Finish Time
Alex OShea 143 02:58:28
Ted O’Leary 791 03:32:41
Denis Obrien 749 03:34:20
Denis Keane 129 03:35:18
Margaret Larkin 753 04:00:25
Angela Murphy 762 04:08:30
Eamon Egan 750 04:15:42
Mirko Warnke 140 04:16:05
Adolfo Garcia 772 04:16:38
Wojciech Musial 142 04:20:05
Martin O’sullivan 767 04:27:32
Willam Brick 766 04:27:32
Norman Paddle 770 04:30:35
Tom Foley 146 04:34:25
Sheila Fitzgibbons 763 04:41:39
Patrick Mercie 748 04:47:56
Cathy Quilter 756 04:49:15
Brian Osé 769 04:49:20
Simon Hallissey 754 04:49:30
Theresa Grimes 757 04:59:00
Juile Byrne 774 05:12:24
Randall Wharton 751 05:32:41
Ciia Beer 752 05:32:41
Marlyn Oshea 753 05:32:41
Moira Horgan 775 05:54:08
Deaghlan O Suilleabhain 773 05:59:05
Brenda Dunphy 758 06:48:43
Gerard Fay 759 06:48:43
Mary Toomey 761 06:48:43
Shane Dunphy 765 06:48:43
Derek Mackessy 768 06:48:43
Den McCarthy 145 01:51:37
Colin Aherne 152 01:52:00
JJ Oconnell 764 02:03:20
David OConnor 139 02:06:15
Annette Fitzpatrick 136 02:06:50
Mille OConnor 138 02:06:50

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  • Welcome

    Welcome to the 100 Marathon Club Ireland website.

    Running a marathon is an amazing achievement. The 100 Marathon Club Ireland was formed to encourage all aspects of marathon running in Ireland, from participation to organisation. We are a group of like minded individuals who complete 26.2 mile races for fun, for a sense of achievement and mostly in a quest to complete 100 marathons, or more.

    Influenced by the highly respected 100 Marathon Club UK, the club was formed in November 2010.

    You can join the club following completion of one  or more marathons. A  medal can be presented on completion of 25 , 50, 75 marathons. These are purchased by members and can be awarded by a selected member at a convenient race or sent out by post.

    The prestigious 100 Marathon Medal is awarded free from the club with one stipulation, that the awardee must be a paid member for at least one year prior to the year they receive the award. This is due to the fact that the 100 medal costs the club (wholesale) more than a members annual fee.

    Achievement medals/awards

    Club members wishing to receive achievement awards for 25, 50, 75 or 100 marathons can send in a list of completed marathons to 

    Lists should be submitted for verification on a spreadsheet giving details of each marathon you have completed (event name, location, date, race number and finish time)

    Download a sample marathon list spreadsheet here

  • Benefits of joining:

    Sharing marathon experiences throughout Ireland and abroad.
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    Authorised to wear official ‘Marathon Club Ireland’ gear, or ‘100 Marathon Club Ireland’ gear if you have completed 100 or more marathons.

    Reductions on entry fee to Marathon Club Ireland events and many other races. Details on these incentives are sent out in the club’s newsletter emails.

    Participation in club organised events throughout the year.