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#mick clohisey

# mick-clohisey - Thursday 22 August, 2019

Doha not an option for dad-to-be Clohisey as Dublin takes centre stage

Last year’s national marathon winner will be back on the streets of the capital to defend his title this October.

# mick-clohisey - Thursday 1 November, 2018

'Dublin had that extra special feeling': Olympian Clohisey savours his win on home soil Marathon Mick This post contains videos

'Dublin had that extra special feeling': Olympian Clohisey savours his win on home soil

Mick Clohisey reflects on breaking a 19-year record en route to becoming the first Irish man home in Sunday’s Dublin Marathon.

# mick-clohisey - Sunday 28 October, 2018

'I'm a mum of two small girls and work full time. Running is my hobby and I'm on a podium with two Ethiopian girls'

Lizzie Lee claimed the Irish women’s national title in Sunday’s Dublin Marathon.

# mick-clohisey - Friday 22 December, 2017

'I'd love to have a crack at another Olympics and make amends for what happened last time'

Mick Clohisey on how his World Championship run was a redemption for Rio.

# mick-clohisey - Sunday 6 August, 2017

'It was incredible going through certain parts of the course - there was Irish from all over'

Mick Clohisey finished in 22nd place in today’s men’s marathon in London, with Clare runner Sean Hehir finishing in 63rd place.

# mick-clohisey - Friday 28 October, 2016

'It wasn't much fun jogging in the Olympics because you've nothing left to give'

Three months on from Rio, marathon runner Mick Clohisey is back in training after injury and illness cruelly hampered his Olympic performance.

# mick-clohisey - Wednesday 11 May, 2016

'None of us are enemies - we'll shake hands regardless of who is on that plane to Rio'

The waiting game is nearly over for Ireland’s marathon runners with their Olympic fate set to be delivered in the coming weeks.