Mary Cullen crowned her return to the top level by taking her first national senior outdoor title since 2007 when sauntering to victory over 5,000m at the GloHealth National Championships in Santry today. Cullen missed the last seven editions of these championships through injury, but looked on the way back
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,
Mark English put his European U23 Championships disappointment well and truly behind him as he clocked a season’s best of 1:45.49 for 800m at the London Anniversary Games this afternoon. Check out his race below where he is bested only by the world record holder, the 2012 Olympic silver medalist,
Usain Bolt lived up to the hype at day one of the London Anniversary Games, and day two is set to be a cracker. Rudisha takes on Amos over 800m, Sub-44 400m guys Makwala and Van Niekerk do battle over one lap, while Christian Taylor takes on Greg Rutherford in
Ciara Mageean and Mary Cullen came close to running respective world championship qualifying standards in Heusden-Zolder at the KBC Nacht meeting last night. Mageean finished 10th in the 1500m with a time of 4:08.32 and showed once again that she is an international class runner if she can avoid injury.
Mary Cullen takes on a top class 5,000m field at the Heusden-Zolder meeting tonight and will have eyes on a world championship qualifying time of 15:20.00. Cullen returned to the track after a two-year lay-off last month and finished an excellent third place in the 5,000m at the Martinez Classic
Mary Cullen is “excited and nervous” to be taking on a top class field at the Oakley 10k in New York this afternoon against a top class field. “I’m excited and nervous to be back competing in such a stellar field,” said Cullen. “I didn’t think I’d get back to
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
Mary Cullen returned to the track after a two-year lay-off and finished an excellent third place in the 5,000m at the Martinez Classic in Concord, MA in 15:29.99. Cullen was very pleased with her opening track race which was won by Abbey D’Agostino in 15:23.66 – both are coached by
We have a host of legends talking on the show this week, both Irish and International, from Sonia O’Sullivan to Jo Pavey and more. First up, we look back on last weekend’s Novice Cross Country, which saw a pair of invaders from North and South take the titles in Dublin.