Published Monday, 28 October 2013
Thousands have taken to the streets of Dublin for the annual marathon. (© PA)
Now in its 34th year, it's thought close to 15,000 people took part in the event.
The race was won by two Irish athletes.
Clare man and primary school teacher Sean Hehir won the men's race in a time of two hours, 18 minutes and 19 seconds.
And Donegal's Maria McCambridge was the fastest woman, crossing the finish line after two hours, 38 minutes and 53 seconds.
It's the first double Irish win since 1993.
Despite the windy conditions, more than 10,000 Irish people took part with over 4,000 more coming from 47 other countries.
As well as the elite race there were also many more people donning fancy dress and running for charity adding plenty of colour to the event.
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