We had record numbers of Irish athletes qualified for and racing at the Ironman World Championships at Kona, Hawaii yesterday.

Here is all of the finishing results of the Irish athletes for 2018.

If you want to follow the numbers more closely I’m on Strava as Rob Cummins Wheelworx or if you’re more of a pictures instead of reading type I post on Instagram as wheelworxrob.

 

Chasing Kona eBook available

From smoker to back of the pack triathlete to the Ironman World Championships.

Read about how I overcame all of the odds and discovered what it would take to get to the Ironman World Championships – my eBook is now available to buy as an eBook on Amazon UK, Amazon US, Barnes & Noble, and iTunes

It is also available as a paperback at Wheelworx.

I’ll start with an athlete who’s not exactly Irish but could be considered an honorary Irish athlete as he lives here. Garron Mosley is one of the fastest Ironman athletes in the country and 9th in the age group in Kona this year backs up a previous top ten finish at the Ironman World Champs.

Garron Mosley

  • Finish Time 9:01:37
  • Swim: 56:40
  • T1 3:37
  • Bike 4:40:40
  • T2 3:48
  • Run 3:16:54

Owen Martin

  • Finish Time 9:25:16
  • Swim: 1:05:58
  • T1 5:32
  • Bike 4:41:39
  • T2 7:40
  • Run 3:24:28

 

Emmet Kelly

  • Finish Time 9:44:34
  • Swim 1:04:39
  • T1 4:44
  • Bike 5:11:59
  • T2 3:04
  • Run 3:20:11

 

Michael McCarron

  • Finish Time 9:37:12
  • Swim 1:03:28
  • T1 3:43
  • Bike 4:49:56
  • T2 4:30
  • Run 3:35:37

 

Mariusz Olejniczak

  • Finish Time 8:46:50
  • Swim 1:01:02
  • T1 2:58
  • Bike 4:33:05
  • T2 2:27
  • Run 3:07:21

 

Helena Hayes

  • Finish Time 10:16:04
  • Swim 58:48
  • T1 3:47
  • Bike 5:31:40
  • T2 2:44
  • Run 3:39:06

 

Michelle Heneghan

  • Finish Time 11:10:57
  • Swim 1:10:56
  • T1 3:41
  • Bike 5:42:16
  • T2 6:05
  • Run 4:08:00

 

Felicia Long

  • Finish Time 14:05:49
  • Swim 1:29:43
  • T1 8:00
  • Bike 6:45:57
  • T2 7:21
  • Run 5:34:50

 

Annemarie Power

  • Finish Time 11:18:10
  • Swim 1:10:27
  • T1 6:03
  • Bike 5:37:53
  • T2 4:56
  • Run 4:18:54

 

Siobhan Kennedy

  • Finish Time 12:22:49
  • Swim 1:35:54
  • T1 6:03
  • Bike 6:12:31
  • T2 10:17
  • Run 4:18:07

 

James Curran

  • Finish Time 8:56:20
  • Swim 1:03:29
  • T1 2:33
  • Bike 4:30:15
  • T2 2:54
  • Run 3:17:11

 

Michael Scully

  • Finish Time 9:47:20
  • Swim 1:06:08
  • T1 6:46
  • Bike 5:08:21
  • T2 6:10
  • Run 3:19:56

 

Donnacha Holmes

  • Finish Time 9:25:16
  • Swim 1:05:30
  • T1 3:50
  • Bike 4:52:39
  • T2 4:56
  • Run 3:18:22

 

Mark Higgins

  • Finish Time 9:40:36
  • Swim 55:36
  • T1 2:57
  • Bike 4:40:55
  • T2 5:04
  • Run 3:56:06

 

Ivan O’Gorman

Ciaran Byrne

  • Finish Time 9:32:24
  • Swim 1:08:18
  • T1 3:58
  • Bike 4:47:25
  • T2 3:52
  • Run 3:28:53

 

Martin Kirwan

  • Finish Time 10:20:43
  • Swim 1:20:31
  • T1 9:09
  • Bike 5:06:46
  • T2 5:28
  • Run 3:38:51

 

Mark McCabe

  • Finish Time 10:23:11
  • Swim 1:04:29
  • T1 3:51
  • Bike 4:53:48
  • T2 5:41
  • Run 4:15:24

 

Declan Doyle

  • Finish Time 9:21:29
  • Swim 1:11:23
  • T1 3:53
  • Bike 4:42:25
  • T2 3:48
  • Run 3:20:02

 

Garry Hall

  • Finish Time 10:05:20
  • Swim 1:00:22
  • T1 3:36
  • Bike 5:06:31
  • T2 3:42
  • Run 3:51:10

 

Sean Finn

  • Finish Time 11:59:20
  • Swim 1:27:17
  • T1 5:53
  • Bike 5:48:31
  • T2 9:03
  • Run 4:28:38

 

Charles Slovenski

  • Finish Time 14:55:05
  • Swim 1:20:54
  • T1 9:43
  • Bike 7:03:55
  • T2 10:59
  • Run 6:09:35

 

If you want to follow the numbers more closely I’m on Strava as Rob Cummins Wheelworx or if you’re more of a pictures instead of reading type I post on Instagram as wheelworxrob.

 

Chasing Kona eBook available

From smoker to back of the pack triathlete to the Ironman World Championships.

Read about how I overcame all of the odds and discovered what it would take to get to the Ironman World Championships – my eBook is now available to buy as an eBook on Amazon UK, Amazon US, Barnes & Noble, and iTunes

It is also available as a paperback at Wheelworx.