As the new intervarsity season prepares to get under way, it seems as good a time as any to reflect on what a memorable 2015 it was, a year when two of our leading lights, Thomas Barr and Mark English, took home medals from international competitions. English, a medical student at
Ciara Everard and Ben Reynolds found the going tough as they were knocked out of their respective heats in the 800m and 110m Hurdles on day 5 of the IAAF World Athletics Championships in Beijing. Ciara Everard (UCD) went in heat 4 of the women’s 800m and felt she got
Irish team boosted with addition of four athletes for the World Track and Field Championships The Irish team has been boosted with the addition of four athletes for the World Track and Field Championships in Beijing on the 22nd-30th of August who have been invited under the new IAAF quota
Thomas Barr is bidding for his 5th 400m hurdles title at the GloHealth National Track and Field Championships this weekend (August 8/9) at Morton Stadium as he primes for the World Track and Field Championships later this month. “It’s the one time of the year where all of Ireland’s best,
Throwback Thursday Sonia Smashes World Record In 1994 Sonia was in sparkling form, utterly dominating the international distance running circuit. She set the fastest time of the year in four events, the 1500 m, 1 mile, 2000 m and 3000 m, and the second fastest time in the 5000 m.
It was good news for the Irish in action today(Thursday) at the World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea as both Thomas Barr and Ciara Everard made it through their second-round races to reach the 400m hurdles and 800m finals respectively. Both finals takes place tomorrow (Friday) and will be
The race is on: Irish 800m runners and the two-minute barrier There is only one time that matters in the women’s 800m, and that is 1:59.99. More challenging than the 4 minute mile for men, the two-minute barrier is what every female half miler worth her salt aims to break.
1. English Hits Beijing Mark Mark English finished 5th in the FBK Games in Hengelo on Sunday running a time of 1:45.83 to secure qualification for the World Championships in Beijing later this summer. Laura Crowe (1000m) and Ciaran O Lionaird (1500m) were also in action at the same meet.
Our usual podcast seemed a tad long so we took it upon ourselves to divide it in two. Part One deals with the European Championships and has interviews with Mark English and Ciara Everard. For the Irish it was always about Mark English and he moved from man of bronze
For the Irish it was always about Mark English and he moved from man of bronze to man of silver. The UCD student was delighted to land silver in 1:47.20 in a high quality race won by Poland’s Marcin Lewandowski in 1:46.67 and we hear is reaction to the race.