Eoin Callaghan (1:08:21) came in more than a minute and a half ahead of more than 6,700 runners to win the Dublin Half Marathon in Leinster, Ireland. Callaghan cut three and a half minutes from his fourth-place finish in 2013 to return to the podium. David Mansfield (1:09:54) managed to hold off Barry Minnock (1:10:08) for second. For the women, it was a tight race at the top, with Karen Alexander (1:22:44) coming in ahead of Aine O’Reilly (1:23:00) for first. Tara Kennedy Monks rounded out the top three with a time of 1:25:36.
— sportswomen_ie (@sportswomenIRL) September 19, 2015
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