Finn O'Neill, Hazel Bentley Win 2022 Lough Lene National Championships

Finn O’Neill, Hazel Bentley Win 2022 Lough Lene National Championships

Hazel Bentley from Arklow used her years of hard training in the pool and sea, combined with a highly competitive summer of racing against the top professional marathon swimmers and lifesavers in the world to win the women’s division at the Lough Lene National Championships in Ireland on August 27th in 2 hours 11 minutes.

Finn O’Neill won overall in 2 hours 9 minutes in Lough Lene, a lake located in north County Westmeath, Ireland.

Lough Lene National Championships Results

  1. Finn O’Neill, ESB, 2:09:04
  2. Sean Donnellan, Glenalbyn SC, 2:09:23
  3. Hazel Bentley, Wicklow, 2:11:48
  4. Ella Carroll, Limerick SC, 2:16:56
  5. Donncha O Siadhail, Meath Masters, 2:29:41
  6. Joshua Reilly, Sandycove, 2:30:12
  7. Dario Fernandez, Clontarf, 2:30:31
  8. Ross Beacom, Wicklow, 2:31:01
  9. Douglas Ribeiro, Dublin, 2:32:28
  10. Jessika Robson, Lisburn City Swimming Club, 2:38:04
  11. Linda Clarke, Glenalbyn Masters, 2:48:16
  12. Declan Bradshaw, Sandycove, 2:57:18
  13. Jackie O’Connor, NAC Masters, 2:58:09
  14. David Lindopp, Templeogue, 3:02:07
  15. Iosif Codrean, Half Moon, 3:04:02
  16. Kevin McHugh, Claremorris, 3:04:54
  17. Dominic Mullan, Clontarf, 3:09:46
  18. William Ferguson, Templeogue, 3:11:23
  19. Claire Griffin, Templeogue, 3:13:43
  20. Patrick Corkery, NAC Masters, 3:19:03
  21. Sandra Carwood, NAC Masters, 3:28:48
  22. Fran Escuder, NAC Masters, 3:30:30
  23. Peter Coulahan, Glenalbyn Masters, 3:33:22
  24. Kieran Broderick, 3:36:00
  25. Gabrielle Furlong, Templeogue, 3:39:47
  26. Fiona McCormack, Eastern Bay, 3:47:20
  27. Mark Rush, NAC Masters, 3:51:13
  28. Vanessa Daws, 3:54:04
  29. Aaron Glynn, NAC Masters, 4:00:48
  30. Emmett Delaney, NAC Masters, 4:02:34
  31. Chris O’Meara, NAC Masters, 4:04:45
  32. Colm Kincaid, Dublin, 4:05:42
  33. Mark Lynch, Eastern Bay, 4:07:01

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