Well, it looks like the marathon photo session is at an end. I’ve added new pics today in my Dublin City Marathon 2014 page.
If you scroll on down through that page you will find some of those runners I snapped from the 3:20 pacers right through to the 5:00 hour pacers just before Mile 5 on Chesterfield Avenue in the Phoenix Park.
There are two more posts concerning this year’s marathon with my kerbside highly uninformed commentary here and another post regarding the marathon photographs here.
The photo gallery on this post is a selection of my favourites from the latter section of the marathon. While everything is terribly serious for the sub-three hour crew, from a kerb-side perspective, the marathon gets to be even more fun as it rolls along.
Back to the land of the running now.
Or it would be if I didn’t fall on Sunday. Darn. More anon!
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Hope you’re ok Red Hen 🙂
Yes, yes! Honestly! Just feel so darned lucky, that’s all. Could have been so much worse!
Great reporting and photography. I just came across a Running Times article about Christine Kennedy, age 59, who won the Dublin Marathon back in 1982 and this year ran a 2:59 marathon (apparently an age record).
Senior women are burning up the roads and the records this year.
Hope you’re okay after the fall.
Love the pics and the captions. Hope you did not fall too far or too hard, details soon please
Oh, I was damned lucky, I’ll tell you that. Gonna test out the bits and pieces with a run today.Nothing broken anyway but my pride! 🙂
Sounds like it was scary