• Where to Run: February 20-28

    Note: Races ordered by province – Leinster, Munster, Connacht, Ulster. Corrections/additions/flyers welcome. Please check start ...

Maurice Timmins RIP

Maurice Timmins, a former president of the Business Houses Athletic Association had died. Maurice, a late comer to athletics, was a staunch Raheny Shamrock member and will be remembered as a prodigious marathon runner, running close to 200 marathons. One of the most recent was in Siberia. In 2004, he ran his 100th marathon – […]

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Added Time Bonuses for Ballycotton ’10’

This year, in an effort to raise the elite standard of the race and to celebrate the 40th annual event, there will be added time bonuses for the Ballycotton ‘10’ on March 12th. Along with the usual first three prizes (€500, €300 and €200) for men and women and the course bonuses of €500 for […]

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Round-up: Indoor titles for Travers, Healy, Gregan and Leon Reid. Clohisey wins Enniscorthy 10k. Foster runs 11.42 secs.

John Travers of Donore Harriers outsprinted Paul Robinson of St Coca’s for victory in a thrilling men’s 1500m at the Irish Life Health National Indoors in Abbotstown. Travers was timed at 3:50.44 to Robinson’s 3:50.55 with Raheny’s Cillian Kirwan coming from behind to finish third in 3:54.65. Olympic steeplechaser Kerry O’Flaherty of Newcastle was a […]

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Mageean wins 3000m at National Indoors

UCD’s Ciara Mageean was a clear winner of the 3000m at the opening day of the Irish Life Health National Indoor Championships in Abbotstown. Making the early pace in the race was Kilcoole’s Fionnuala McCormack, with Mageean and Michelle Finn of Leevale on her heels. Finn was next to push the pace, but when Mageean […]

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Weightman breaks nine minutes in Armagh International, McElhinney wins at Munster Schools

Laura Weightman of Morpeth Harriers proved the star of tonight’s Brooks Armagh Roads Races runnign a fast time of 8 mins 59 seconds to win the women’s race.  Best of the Irish was Kerry O’Flaherty who finished ninth in 9 mins 22 secs, a day after making the European Indoors qualifying mark for 1500 in […]

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Athlone International: Mageean 5th in 1500m. Lots of Euro Indoors qualifying marks

Kyle Langford broke the British indoor 600m best at the AIT International Grand Prix in Athlone last night. The 21-year-old European junior gold medal winner clocked 1:16.10 to better Dai Greene’s 1:16.22 from 2013. USA’s Erik Sowinski with 1:16.15 and Poland’s Artur Kuciapski’s 1:16.77 were second and third, with Niall Tuohy 4th in 1:18.35. Mark English of […]

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