Sights and sounds from the Irish Examiner Cork City Marathon

Today is the big day and we want to hear and see the activity that has Cork buzzing on this Monday morning for the Irish Examiner Cork City Marathon.

UPDATE: Congratulations to Philip Harty who has won this year's Irish Examiner Cork City Marathon in a time of 2:32:58 - an amazing achievement!

UPDATE: Big congratulations to Nollaig O'Neill, the first woman over the line in a time of 3:00:40, retaining her crown.

Use the hashtag #IECorkMarathon and join the build-up here.

Remember we will also be running a live blog on irishexaminer.com capturing all the sights and sounds from the marathon as they are shared on social media.

Just remember to use the hash tag #IECorkMarathon. 

Sights and sounds from the Irish Examiner Cork City Marathon

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