Jake O'Regan of St. John's AC crosses the line
Clare athlete Jake O'Regan (St John's AC) won the Bundoran 10 event in a new course record time of 48 minutes, 40 seconds as more than 800 people participated in the event. This was the second consecutive week that he has broken a course record. Last week he broke the Adare 10k record in Limerick.
Eoin Mullan of Omagh Harriers was second in 50:59 while Tudor Moldovan, Clonliffe Harriers, was third in 51:58.
The first Donegal man home was Eoghain McGinley of Letterkenny AC in 52:49, closely followed by Milford AC duo Mark McPaul and Marty Lynch in 53:53 and 54:59 respectively while Ciaran McGonagle of Letterkenny AC was seventh in 55:39.
With bright sunshine, no breeze and temperatures of around ten degrees conditions were ideal and the event was a major success.
Eimear Gormley of Letterkenny AC was the first female over the line, in 1:04.52, followed by Cora Regan, Drumshanbo AC, in 1:05.26 while Donna Evans, Clones AC, was third in 1:05.39
There was a super turnout for the Bundoran 10 with more than 800 competitiors taking part.
The full results can be found HERE
There was also a 10 mile walk which attracted big numbers as well.
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