The Stablemaster Speaks...
Stablemate and marathon maniac, Curtis Morley, realised a lifelong dream at the Big Cottonwood marathon when he Boston Qualified (BQ’d) with a 12 minute PR (3:17:27).
Stablemate Dave Boy Greene boxed-off a knockout 1 minute 52 second PR at Saturday’s Greenway half marathon, running 78:28 to take tenth place.
Aoife Cooke—Olympian in the making—dominated the Charleville half marathon with a stunning 1 minute 20 second PR (74:41).
Fruit and veg man, Anthony O Shea, peeled an incredible 10 minutes off his half marathon PR at Charleville, finishing in 82:16.
Enda Kiernan sweated like a man with a push-and-go lawnmower, mowing 1.5 acres of rough grass, to get to a 2 minute 25 second PR (1:42:05) at the Charleville HM.
Stablemate, Bennyboy Van Beekum, beamed with joy after receiving a staggering $1200 check for his 2-in-a-row Huntsville marathon win. Billionaire Benny bounded down the road to victory in 2:25:23, winning by a staggering 12 minutes.
Riley Cook, Utah running legend and 2:16 marathon man, is back on track after breaking his back in a horrifying trampolining accident. Marathon man Cook bounced back to racing with a win at Saturday’s Huntsville half marathon. Cook sailed to victory in 68:13.
Stablemate Danny Ellis (22) crushed Saturday’s ‘Bear Trap 15’ with a deadly display of trail running to take the win.
Stablemate Mark Murphy delivered a perfect display of marathon running to defy the running gods as he cruised through the finishing line without hitting the Berlin wall. Murphy dropped out a 2 minute PR (2:56).
It was the best of times, it was the wurst of times at the Berlin marathon for Stablemate, Klemen Magajne. Klemen banged out a 6 minute 35 second PR (3:17).
Instagram celebrity, Runner’s World Most Inspiring Man nominee, and Stazza’s Stable Stablemate, Marcus Brown banged out yet another wonderful marathon PR and Boston Qualifier in Berlin. Marcus crossed the line in, 3:01:07 (a 4 minute PR). Marvellous Marcus’ incredible marathon journey has taken him from 4:55 down to 3:01 in Berlin.
Beach bum, Padraig Sheehan(50), surprised the Dublin running community on Sunday when he turned up to the Rathfarnham 5K and smoked a huge 1 minute 2 second PR (16:48).
Liam The Rocket Lyons steamed to a 50 second PR at the Rosscarbery Steam Engine 5k—to take 3rd in 17:47.
At the St George Marathon, Stablemate Scott Allen (53) showed age is no barrier to running marathon PRs, Forever young Scott ran 3:12:12, taking 3 minutes 26 seconds off his previous PR
Ultra trail running legend, Jennifer Lamborghini Lambert, popped out a breathtaking 14 minute PR at St George Marathon, coming home in 3:09.
Magic Melissa Terpenning ran a spellbinding 10 minute 33 seconds PR (2:55:12) at St George Marathon. Terrific Terpenning’s huge PR follows up on her 3 minutes 8 second half marathon PR at this year’s Hobble Creek race.
Irish Olympic hopeful, Aoife Cooke, served up a perfectly cooked starter at the famous Cork to Cobh 15 mile race. Cooke crossed the line in 1:27:11 for the win, 13 minutes ahead of second place.
Stablemate Dustin Bybee obliterated his marathon PR at the St George Marathon. Bionic Bybee finished in 2:21, taking a gargantuan 11 minutes off his PR.
Stablemate Lorri Randle had her first outing in Stable colours and managed to bang out a 12 minute PR over the Corner Canyon 25km race.
Young Danny Ellis ran a stonkingly huge, one hour PR to finish 6th overall in this year’s corner Canyon 50k trail race.
Stablecolt Hyrum Johnson delivered a stunning second place performance in the Utah State Qualifier XC race (Region 1 – 6A Cross Country XC race).
Mark The Champ Steacy delivered a courageous performance to win the Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) 12hr race.
Irish international Orienteer, Jens Waechter got lost at the Northern Ireland National Orienteering Champs and still managed to win.
Aoife Cooke delivered a stunning 14-minute PB at Sunday’s Dublin marathon to win the Irish national championship (2:32:34) and set herself up for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Cooke’s run lifted her from 55th to 5th on the all time Irish rankings.
Dave Boy Greene gave his marathon PB a 13-minute spanking at the Dublin marathon. Greene obliterated his 2:55 PB to finish in 2:42.
Despite suffering from an acute dose of maramania, Stablemate Sandra Manning gave her 3:18:31 marathon PB a 10-minute walloping at the Dublin marathon—she finished in 3:08.
Stablemate, Dave Mullins, mutilated his 3:35 marathon PB at the Dublin marathon. Mullins chopped an incredible 10-minutes off his PB to run 3:25.
Best looking Stablemate, fruit and veg geezer, and top booze buying Stablemate, Antonio Twinkle Toes O’ Shea stormed to a staggering 15–minute 5-second sub 3hr PB in the Dublin Marathon.
Trigonometry guru, Barry ‘Scalene’ Hobbs, discovered the right theorem to hobble home with a 3-minute PB in Dublin marathon. Hobbs clocked an awesome 2:59:06.