Bernard Roe of Raheny Shamrock AC won Saturday's 20-mile event at the Eco2Run Festival which took place over a course at East Point Business Park on Dublin's northside.
Roe finished in 1:55.52 ahead of his Raheny teammate Simon Reede, who placed second in 1:56.41.
Eoin Brennan of Tallaght AC finished third in 1:59.25 and Gary Crossan (Letterkenny AC) was fourth in 2:01.11, just ahead of his wife Maria McCambridge, who won the women's race when placing sixth overall in 2:01.15 as part of her preparation for the Airtricity Dublin Marathon.
Aisling Jordan finished second in the women's race in 2:12.30 and Stephanie Bergin was third in 2:24.21.
The next event organised by Outfront Events will be the Athlone 3 Quarter Marathon which takes place on Sunday. The event is over 19.7 miles (31.6k) – an ideal long run before the Dublin Marathon.
Further details are available at www.athlone3quarter.com
LEAHY TAKES EASY HONOURS AT MOONE
Brian Leahy won Saturday's Kilomarathon (26.2k) in Moone, Kildare, by a comfortable margin – finishing in 1:30.51.
Brian Kirwan placed second in 1:32.40 and Brian Murphy was third in 1:33.10.
Anne Curley of Donore Harriers won the women's event in 1:47.48 ahead of Teresa Agar (1:48.43), who also finished fourth the following day in the Tipperary Women's Mini-Marathon.
Curley's sister, Florence, finished third in 1:54.47.