08 Oct 2015

Collins Blames Politics; Running Tough With Steve Jones; McCormack For Chicago; Your JTG 5-A-Day

Steve Jones tells it as it is Two-time Chicago marathon champion, Welshman Steve Jones, gave an insightful interview to in which he had some harsh words for the ‘hobby-jogger’. “…I don’t believe that starting and finishing a marathon makes you a marathoner. I don’t believe that. If you’re racing

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08 Oct 2015

An insight into a legend: Run with Catherina

When Catherina McKiernan turned to the roads in 1997 she found what she was made to do. A human locomotive whose efficiency saw her record the fastest women’s debut marathon in Berlin and go on to win the London and Amsterdam marathons. “If there is such a thing as a

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Fionnuala Britton taking victory in 2013 Edinburgh XC. Photo:
24 Aug 2015

In The Running: Women’s Marathon And The Lure Of The Olympics

The 100m may be, for many, the showcase event of the Olympic Games: the ultimate measure of the fastest man or woman on earth. But it is the marathon, the ultimate battle of endurance, attrition and resilience, which epitomises the Olympic spirit more than any other event on the athletics

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27 Jan 2014

Doherty stuns Lawler in Athlone as Cullen storms Raheny

There was a feast of athletics action over the weekend  with top road races and indoor action in Ireland and around the globe. Rose-Anne Galligan kicked things off by pacing Mary Cain of the Oregon Project on Friday night in Boston to near world junior record – pretty much as

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Catherina McKiernan Jingle Bells
08 Mar 2013

McKiernan: Fun-running key

Four-time world cross country silver medallist Catherina McKiernan has urged the future distance running stars “to enjoy” the Aviva Irish Schools’ Cross Country Championships that take place tomorrow in the University of Ulster, Jordanstown if they are to succeed. McKiernan, who famously won the senior girls schools’ title in 1988

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