• Where to Run Jul 29 -Aug 6

    Note: Races ordered by province – Leinster, Munster, Connacht, Ulster. Corrections/additions/flyers welcome.   Tuesday July ...

Commonwealths: PB For Kirk

Katie Kirk ran  a personal best 2:02.63 in the first and slowest of the two 800m semi-finals at the at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow tonight. She finished sixth. A great run by Katie Kirk  in yesterday’s  heats had seen her through to  the  semi-finals. Running in the last of four heats, Kirk made her […]

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Road Racing: Another Win for Martin Fagan

MARTIN FAGAN made it a home win at the inaugural Mullingar 10-Mile winning in a fast time of 48 mins 43 secs. Fagan, who returned to racing earlier this year after a two year doping ban, was out on his own for much of the race. Rathfarnham’s Sean Hehir was almost two minutes adrift in […]

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Glo-Health Juvenile T-F Results Summary Days 3/4

Glo HealthNational Juvenile Track and FieldChampionships Days 3/4,  July 26/27, Tullamore. GIRLS W12 –   600m: 1 A  Kenna (Tallaght) 1:43.17, 2 A Doherty (Ennis Track) 1:44.28, 3 A McMenamin (Finn Valley) 1:46.57.  Long Jump: 1 J Hanrahan (Brothers Pearse) 4.43, 2 P Owoeye (Ferrybank) 4.38, 3 S Okoh (Letterkenny) 4.35. W13 – 600m: 1 […]

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Glo Health Juvenile T-F Day 4: Double for Michaela Walsh. With Top 3 Result

Michaela Walsh  of Swinford  won both the hammer and the javelin at the final day of the  Glo Health Juvenile Track and Field Championships in Tullamore. In an unusual throws double, Walsh threw a personal best of  60.83m  in the hammer and  42.85m  in the javelin.  Other throwers in good form included Finn Valley’s James […]

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Glo Health Juvenile T-F Day 3: Big Wins for Lally and King. With Top 3 Result

Middle distance athlete Alanna Lally and hammer thrower Adam King proved the stars of the Glo Health Juvenile Track and Field Championships Day 3 in Tullamore today. Lally, of Galway City Harriers recorded an impressive W19 double, winning the 800m in 2:17.33 and then taking the 400m title in 56.64. In the M18 hammer (5kg) […]

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World Juniors: Griffin 4th in semi-final

UCD’s Karl Griffin  finished 4th in his 800m semi-finals at the World Junior Championships in Oregon on Saturday night. His time of 1:49.97 was  not fast enough to make the final as a fastest loser. A personal best for Kilkenny’s Cliodhna Manning was the highlight for the Irish in the 200m  at Day 3 of […]

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