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Rubik's Cubes And Lederhosen: The Best Dublin Marathon Pictures

Rubik's Cubes And Lederhosen: The Best Dublin Marathon Pictures

20,000 took part in the SSE Airtricity Dublin Marathon on Sunday. It was the 39th running of the race.

Asefa Bekele, from Ethiopia, was the winner of the men's race in a time of 2:13:23 while his compatriot, Mesera Dubiso won the women's race in 2:33:48.

Dubliner Mick Clohisey, who finished sixth overall, won the Irish men's title while Cork's Lizzie Lee was crowed the Irish women's champion.

Some of the best images from the event are below courtesy of Sportsfile.

Mick Clohisey of Raheny Shamrock AC was crowned Irish National Marathon Champion after finishing sixth overall in a time of 2:15.58

Mick Clohisey and former National Champion, Harry Gorman, examine the trophy

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Lizzie Lee was named Irish National Marathon Champion after finishing third overall in a time of 2:35.04

Lizzie Lee was named Irish National Marathon Champion after finishing third overall in a time of 2:35.04

Lizzie Lee with her husband Paul and 4 year old daughter Lucy after the race

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Irish women's champion Lizzie Lee with Irish men's champion, Mick Clohisey

Asefa Bekele of Ethiopia crosses the line to win the 2018 SSE Airtricity Dublin Marathon

Mesera Dubiso of Ethiopia crosses the line to become the first female finisher of the 2018 SSE Airtricity Dublin Marathon

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Participants from Team Rory during the 2018 SSE Airtricity Dublin Marathon

Team Archie during the 2018 SSE Airtricity Dublin Marathon

Liam Cunningham and Richard Bell

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Brendan Brett from Sligo

Billy Harpur, from Wexford

Johnboy Smith of England became the 2018 Dublin Marathon champion of the men’s wheelchair field with a time of 01:36:12

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David Kehoe from Wexford

Robbie Marsh from Co. Down

Deirdre Keena from Westmeath

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Mark Jackson and David Molloy from Dublin

Paul Boyle

Fiona Brennan and Keith Montgomery

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Sven Peemoeller and Jens-Peter Wrage from Germany

Donal Troddyn dress as Rubik's Cubes

See Also: What A Year! Here Are All The Irish Medals Our Sports Stars Have Won In 2018

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