Aoibhe Richardson from the US city of Portland Oregon, is the winner of the VHI Women's Mini-Marathon in Dublin.
She crossed the finish line in 34 minutes and 35 seconds.
Catherina Mullen from Metro/St. Brigid's was second to complete the race, in 35 minutes and 1 second. Breege Connolly from City of Derry Spartans secured third place in 35 minutes, 14 seconds, and Sinead Kane from Le Cheile won the Visually Impaired Category in a time of 44 minutes, 29 seconds.
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This is the 37th edition of the Mini-Marathon, and is still underway, with about 30,000 women taking part.
Those running the 10 kilometre route choose which charity they will support. The event has raised over €217 million for more than 700 charities since 1983.
Organisers have opted for the theme “Women With Impact” this year, to highlight the incredible stories of the women who participate in the event.
The 10k race itself got underway at 2 pm from Fitzwilliam Street Upper in Dublin’s City Centre.
Some road closures are in place this afternoon for the race in the Southeast of the city. All roads around Merrion Square will be closed until 7pm tonight.