• Where to Run: May 22-31

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Aston, McTeggart take Combined Events titles. Mitchell 5th at Great Manchester 10km

Shane Aston of Trim AC comfortable retained his national decathlon title at the Irish Life Health Combined Events Championships which concluded to day at Santry. No records were broken thanks alertly to the unrelenting rain yesterday, which meant the high jump was called for the juvenile competition. Aston still accumulated a healthy total of 6540 […]

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Cleirigh Buttner runs 2:02.11 for 800m. Wins for Denny and Clonliffe trio in Leiria. Mageean runs 2:03.12 at IFAM

Siofra Cleirigh Buttner ran a time of 2:02.11 to win her quarter-final at the NCAA Division 1 East Qualifiers in Lexington, Kentucky on Friday May 26. It means she qualifies easily for the  NCAA semi-finals and finals next month. Buttner, running for Villanova, was third at the bell in 59.65 secs but moved up a […]

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Mayo’s Sinead Diver to run marathon at World Championships

Marathon runner Sinéad Diver from Erris near Belmullet, in Co Mayo has been selected to represent Australia at the IAAF World Championships, in London next August (4-13). Diver’s run of 2:31.37 run for tenth place at Nagoya, Japan last March put her in contention for a place. Her finish time knocked almost three minutes off […]

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Midweek: Connick wins 10,000m at Graded Meet.

Andrew Connick of Ferrybank was the winner of the 10,000m, which opened the third Dublin Graded Meet held at Irishtown in beautiful early summer conditions. Connick  clocked a time of 31 mins 53 secs to beat  St LOT’s Brian Kirwan in 32 mins 20.1 secs. Dylan Keegan of Templeogue AC, who had won the 5000m […]

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Mitchell 32:51.78 for 10,000m at Highgate. Walsh throws records. Team bronze for walkers

Emma Mitchell of QUB ran a new Northern Irish record time of 32 mins 51.78 secs to finish seventh in the women’s elite race at the Highgate Night of 10,000m PBs in London. That time is comfortably inside the qualifying mark of  33 mins 6 secs for next year’s Commonwealth Games, as well as the […]

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Schools: High jump record of 1.85 for Lecky at Ulster Championships

A national junior high jump record for Sommer Lecky of Strabane Academy proved the highlight at the Ulster Schools Track and Field championship  at the Antrim Forum. Lecky soared over a personal best height of 1.85m for a clear victory. Earlier this year, she won the national indoor title with a leap of 1.81m and […]

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