Pauline Curley (athlete)
10 March 1969 |
|Club||Tullamore Harriers (IRL)|
Pauline Curley (born March 10, 1969 in Birr) is an Irish marathon runner. At age thirty-nine, she represented Ireland for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, and competed in the women's marathon. She ran and finished the race in sixty-third place, with a time of 2:47:16. She also achieved her personal best, when she placed ninth at the 2008 Fortis Marathon in Rotterdam, Netherlands, with the fastest possible time of 2:39:05. On August 25, 2013 She ran Longford Marathon, Ireland with a time of 02:44:22.
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