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Round-Up: Hehir runs 2:17.35 in London; McCarthy DNF

Rathfarnham’s Sean Hehir finished best of the Irish at today’s Virgin London Marathon. Hehir ran a time of 2:17.30 – five seconds faster than the personal best he ran in the Dublin Marathon of 2012. Hehir had hoped to improve on the time he ran in Berlin last September. “Went for it. No regrets. Not […]

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Round-up: Lawler celebrates 21st with 200m record. White throws 50.83m in Zurich

Carlow’s Marcus Lawler celebrated his 21st birthday by winning the 200m with a new stadium record of 20.96 secs at the Glo Health National Indoor Championships in Athlone. Lawler had warmed up for the 200m by finishing a fighting fifth in the 60m won by Shercock’s Craig Lynch in 6.81; Lawler ran 6.92 secs. Dominating […]

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Track: PBs for Cotter, Hargreaves, O’Leary and Durkan at BMC Watford. Also Mannheim and Nivelles

Dunleer’s Thomas Cotter ran a personal bestĀ  3:43.31 for 1500m at the British Milers Club Grand Prix in Watford. That’s enough to put himĀ  sixth on the current year’s rankings, led by Ciarain O Lionard of Leevale with 3:41.04. In the 5000m, Brandon Hargreaves of DSD came agonisingly close to breaking 14 minutes for the […]

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Christie and Cullen win Terenure 5. Walshe shines at AI Games

Mark Christie of Mullingar and Sligo’s Mary Cullen were the winners of the Terenure 5-Mile. Christie had to dig deep to hold off the challenge of DSD’s Brendan O’Neill for victory in 23 mins 52 secs. O’Neill was just one second adrift, with Freddy Keron Sittuk of Raheny third in 25:08, and Clonliffie’s Mark Kenneally […]

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Round-Up: Raheny Double at Leinsters; Fast times for Galligan, Devlin, Travers; Meet & Train

Raheny’s Conor Dooney won the men’s senior 10,000m race at the Leinster Cross-Country Championships held at the Blandsford Estate near Ballyroan in Co Laois. The boys in green had five runners in the top six and with Simon Ryan second, Kevin Moriarty fourth, Brian Leahy fifth, backed up by Ian Conroy sixth, were comfortable winners […]

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