Elizabeth Egan brings us this peice on all things women’s sprints as we look forward to this weekend’s National Championships, as well as a brief look at the main contenders for the World Championships in Beijing later this month. The Young Guns The new generation of sprint stars are
Golden Games For Irish in Tbilisi Both Kevin McGrath (1500m) and Ciara Neville (100m) bagged gold medals at the European Youth Olympic Festival this week to highlight a successful week for the Irish at the championships where a number of other medals were also won. You can watch both winning
Ciara Neville (Emerald A.C) sprinted to gold in the 100m at the European Youth Olympic Festival in Tbilisi, Georgia in a time of 12.01 seconds. She won her heat(11.90) and semi final(11.92) before scoring the win in the final.
Emerald’s Ciara Neville will be the first onto the track for the Irish at the 23rd European Junior Athletics Championships in Eskilstuna, Sweden this morning. The 15-year-old Ciara Neville has been generating the headlines this year and the first task for the Emerald youngster will be to qualify from heat
The National Juvenile Championships are back, with days 2 and 3 taking place this weekend. You can keep an eye on all the action via the live stream below. There is also a link to live results and timetable which you can find here.
Michaela Walsh and Ciara Neville starred at the Tailteann Games in Morton Stadium winning respective double gold on the field and on the track to underline their growing reputations. There was a timing difficulty that resulted in Neville’s times not being registered but there was no doubting her growing reputation
Ciara Neville is set to star at the Tailteann Games on Friday and will be looking to back up her triple gold at the GloHealth All Ireland Schools Championships last month. Neville is number two on the Irish senior list with her 11.64 second clocking in Tullamore – the fastest
Catch up on your track and field news with the most popular stories on JTG this week. Mo Farah’s Press Conference The story keeps rolling on with Mo having now decided to withdraw from today’s Birmingham Diamond League. His full press conference from yesterday can be listened to here. He
Ciara Neville reaffirmed what we already knew at the GloHealth All Ireland Schools Track and Field Championships in Tullamore – that she’s a star in the making. The Castletroy College and Emerald AC athlete crushed the field in the intermediate girls (U17) 100m in 11.64 seconds. The legal wind of
The GloHealth National Juvenile Indoor Championships take place this weekend (21st and 22nd of March) in AIT International Arena, Athlone. There is a packed programme of events, which will see over 1,500 of Ireland’s young athletic talent take to the boards in Athlone. Day two of the championships will be