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Strong runs from Mark English, Paul Robinson and Brian Gregan.

In his first race for some time, UCD’s Mark English finished fourth in the 800m at the Boston Boost meet yesterday. His time of 1:46.06, though well off his personal best of 1:44.84 run in 2013, was am encouraging start to his season. Qualifying mark for the World Championships is 1:45.90. At Nimwegan in the […]

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UCD women take relay title after Queen’s disqualified (updated)

UCD have been awarded the National Road Relays women’s title after Queen’s, who narrowly beat them last Sunday in Raheny, were disqualified. The Belfast team  had included an athlete on their team who was not a “first claim” member of  QUB AC; unfortunately, rules for college athletes differ in the various third level institutions. DCU, […]

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Track: Gillick 2nd in Belfast. Travers wins 3000m. Byrne makes 400H Euro mark. Connolly runs 5k PB (updated)

DSD’s David Gillick continued his comeback at the Belfast International Meet held in conjunction with the Irish Milers’ Club at the Mary Peters Track in rain-sodden Belfast today. Running his specialist 400m, Gillick finished second behind English athlete Theo Campbell, with Campbell timed at 46.24 secs and Gillick at 47.27 secs. John Travers of Donore […]

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Round-Up: UCD Women and DCU men win road relays

UCD’s women had a pillar-to-post victory in the annual Irish Universities Road Relays hosted by NUI Maynooth on Saturday. Ciara Everard’s time of  5 mins 53 secs for the opening mile gave UCD a  17-second cushion which they never lost. Michelle Finn of UL chased Ciara Mageean hard on the second leg, but although she […]

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National T-F: Impressive Wins for Christie, Cullen, White. Results added.

Wins for Mary Cullen in the 5000m, Mark Christie in the 10,000m and Anita White in the javelin proved the highlights of the first day of the Glo Health National Track and Field Championships in Santry. Christie, of Mullingar Harriers, ran a smart race in the men’s 10,000m letting Raheny’s Mick Clohisey take the lead […]

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GOLD for Barr! Batt Qualifies for 5000m final

Ireland’s latest world champion is Thomas Barr who won the 400m hurdles at the World Student Games in Gwangju, Korea. With a time almost a second faster than anyone in the field, Barr was always favourite to win the title but it proved tougher than expected. Until the final hurdle, Algeria’s Abdelma Lahoulou was pushing […]

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Sittuk and Curley win Walled City Marathon. Fitzpatrick runs 14:03.95 at BMC

Freddy Keron Sittuk of Raheny Shamrock won the SSE Airtricity Walled City Marathon in Derry by almost three minutes. Sittuk’s time was 2:22.34; finishing second was Peter Brandon Somba  in 2:25.26. Local man Greg Roberts  was a close third in 2:25.38, followed by Gideon Kipsang and then Lezan Kimutai who was first over 40. Finishing […]

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IFAN: Barr under 50 secs again; PB for Everard. Tuohy wins IMC 800m

Thomas Barr  again went under 50 seconds when winning the 400m hurdles at the IFAN Meet in Belgium. Barr’s time of 49.50 secs put him comfortably clear of Belgium’s Michael Bultheel who finished in 50.61 secs.  Barr’s Irish record stands at 48.90 secs; he ran 48.99 earlier this season in Doha. Ireland’s Jason Harvey was […]

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Mulcaire smashes Junior 5000m record; fast times for Everard, Travers, McCambridge, Everard

Kevin Mulcaire of Ennis took  over four seconds off  John Treacy’s 40-year old Irish junior record when he ran 14 mins 02.6 secs in the 5000m at the BMC Meet in Stretford, Manchester  yesterday. A thrilling  race saw Mulcaire  leading for much of the race  and losing out in the end only to  Andrew Hayes […]

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Indoors: English to Lead Irish Team (updated)

European 800m bronze medal winner t Mark English will lead a 12-strong Irish team at the European Indoor Championships in Prague next week. Clonliffe’s Irish-American Declan Murray will join him in the 800m, while and English’s UCD teammate Ciara Everard goes in the women’s 800m where she hoped to repeat her performance of two years […]

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