The PED Abusers The Two Kenyan Dopes Kenya topped the medal table at the world championships for the first time in Beijing, winning seven gold, six silver and three bronze medals. But two female athletes put a blot on the Kenyan card as they failed in-competition drug tests at the
Mark English and Brian Gregan continue their season in Amsterdam tomorrow evening at the Flame Games competing the 600m and 400m respectively. English (UCD) will be looking to improve on his personal best of 1:16.14 which he set when finishing second in Ostrava earlier this summer behind world 800m silver
Asafa Powell has taken to the media in his home country of Jamaica to highlight the struggle that some of his teammates must go through just to represent their country. Jamaica finished second on the medal table at the Beijing world championships with a total tally of 12 medals (7
The Losers Team USA 18 medals in total, 6 of each colour, is deemed a poor championships for team USA. While 6 golds was also the final mark at the previous world championships, it is the lowest total tally since 2003 in Paris. So where did it all go wrong?
Thomas Barr finished third at the IAAF Diamond League in Zurich last night, the 22-year-old running 49.79 in cold conditions behind Kariem Hussein of Switzerland, who won in 49.16. “I just didn’t have it in me today,” said Barr. “It was a bit of a shoddy race. I struggled a
If you haven’t had enough track & field after 8 days of the Beijing World Championships the Diamond League is back in action from Zurich this evening. Things get underway from 7pm (Irish time) on the stream below, or on British Eurosport 2 if that suits you better. The men’s
The Winners Aries Merritt I’m sure you’ve heard his story by now but that doesn’t make it any less impressive. With just 20% kidney function since 2013 it’s amazing that the 110m hurdler world record holder made it to Beijing never mind picking up a medal along the way. Many
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Josh Stubbs is an 18-year-old middle distance athlete for Clonliffe Harriers A.C. who has faced some harrowing injuries in his short time in the sport. He has documented his story for us as he looks forward to further progress after finishing the 2015 season on a high. The breakdown “…I
Ellie McGeough is a talented young sprinter from Sligo who is lucky enough to be spending her school year (transition year) at the IMG academy in Florida. She’ll be under the guidance of world renowned sprint coaches like Loren Seagrave and training with international stars such as double world long jump champion Tianna Bartoletta. Ellie