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Endurance Workshop

14 March, 2014 - 09:27

A continuing professional development course for Irish Endurance Coaches entitled “The Practical Application of Exercise Science to Endurance Training” was held for the second year running on March 8th and 9th, 2014. Previously carried out at the University of Limerick, the venue for this year was very kindly provided by the Irish Institute of Sport. Over 50 coaches around the country have now completed this program leading to a community of evidenced based practice amongst endurance coaches in Ireland.

Updated information and some new workshops were integrated into this year’s course. An enthusiastic group benefitted massively from having a broad spectrum of coaches, backgrounds and experiences. Philosophies about mileage, speed, strength and physiology were openly discussed, with the strengths of each approach being evaluated, and an integrated approach being suggested.

Theory and practical sessions included:

1)Manipulating nutritional status to enhance endurance performance.
2)The role of dehydration in the impairment of dehydration. Is the 2% rule valid?
3)Lifestyle: The making of an athlete.
4)How does repetitive strain/overuse injury occur? What are our options to avoid chronic it?
5)The Physiology of Endurance Performance: Broken down into digestible concepts.
6)Physiological testing of a middle distance athlete in the laboratory.
7)Basic functional movement tests we can do to evaluate movement capability in our athletes.
8)Prehabilitation and Circuit Training for Endurance Athletes.
9)An introduction to a gym environment: basic exercises for the endurance athlete.

Thanks to Peter Francis from the Sport and Health Science department at the University of St. Mark and St. John, Plymouth who delivered the program over 2 days. Irish Institute of Sport physiologist Ciara-Sinnott O’Connor assisted along with national indoor 800m champion Niall Tuohy.

Thanks also to the Institute of Sport for their use of the facility and COACHING IRELAND for their significant contribution to the initiative both last year and this year. ( Report by Peter Francis)

Teresa McDaid
National Event Co-ordinator for Endurance
Athletics Ireland

Track Officiating Training

13 March, 2014 - 16:43

The Athletics Ireland technical committee are running the annual officials training day in AIT International Arena, Athlone on Sunday the 30th March from 10 am to 4pm, please see attached document for further details:

Training Course

St Patricks Day 5k (Final Entry Call)

13 March, 2014 - 16:33

The deadline is looming for the St. Patrick’s Festival 5K Road Race & Family Fun Run road race with online entries due to close on Friday, 14th of March. There will be late entry taken on the day of the race (16th March) from 9am in the Round Room of the Mansion House.

Online Entry

One of the leading events in the busy St. Patrick’s Festival calendar, it is organised by Metropolitan Harriers & St. Brigid’s Athletic Club in co-operation with Dublin City Council and An Garda Síochána.

Once again, this year’s race director will be legendary athlete and Senator, Eamonn Coghlan whose late father Bill created the event and whose son, John, won it last year in a time of 00:14: 45. Women’s category winner last year was Dundrum athlete Linda Byrne in a time of 00:16:03, while team prizes in the men and women’s categories went to Rathfarnham WSAF and Crusaders 506 respectively.

Beginning at 12.00noon from a new start/finish line at the junction of Dawson Street/St. Stephen’s Green, the race will be officially started by the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Oisin Quinn, himself a dedicated triathlete, who will be competing alongside 200 volunteers as part of the Lord Mayor’s 5 Alive Challenge – a team committed to running in five of Dublin’s leading road races this year.

The event will follow its traditional route through Georgian Dublin. Race headquarters will be at Fire Restaurant, adjacent to the Mansion House on Dawson Street.

At 11.40 am, prior to the main race, a team of doctors and nurses from Beaumont Hospital will take part in a Charity Relay Race in aid of The Beaumont Charity Foundation.

Appealing to elite athletes and fun runners alike to reserve March 16th in their diaries, Eamonn Coghlan thanked those whose involvement over the years has made the race the foremost public sporting event of the St. Patrick’s Festival.

League Final Set for Athlone

13 March, 2014 - 16:17

The Woodie’s DIY National Indoor Track and Field League Final takes place this Sunday, 16th of March in AIT International Arena, Athlone. After the first two rounds of the league St Abbans AC currently occupy the top spot in both the men’s and women’s competition.

In the men’s contest St Abbans AC and Raheny Shamrock AC are leading the way with the Laois club topping the table with a score of 98 points. Raheny Shamrock will attempt to close the 7 point differential having amassed 91 points from the first two rounds. Le Cheile AC (77), Menapians (74) and Leevale AC (74) are set for a thrilling three way battle for third position.

The Raheny men’s team is led by 2014 60m national Indoor bronze medallist Jamie Davis as he competes in both the 60m and 200m. Raheny are also calling on the likes of Kieran Kelly (400m), Feidhlim Kelly (800m & Triple Jump), Kevin Moriarty (3,000m) and Stuart Greene (Pole Vault) to attempt to turn the tables on St Abbans AC.

The Laois club will field a strong team with sub seven second 60m runner Barry Regan targeting maximum points in the sprint events and club mate Paul Byrne goes in the 60m H and High Jump.

In the women’s event St Abbans AC (59 points) will battle it out with Craughwell AC who are just behind in second on 55 points. Menapians AC and Le Cheile AC are only separated by a single point with the Wexford club in third on 37 points and Le Cheile fourth on 36 points.

Irish junior 400m hurdle record holder Nessa Millet will spearhead the St Abbans charge along with Sarah Buggy who competes in the long jump, triple jump and 60m hurdles. Craughwell are also fielding a strong team with the likes of Cathriona Farrell, Sarah and Rachel Finnegan all set to compete.

The action on the track begins at 12pm with the 60m hurdles and in the field with the women’s shot put.

There are also individual races available on the day with entry still available via the link below:

Entry Link

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Finn Valley open T/ F meet

11 March, 2014 - 19:40

Finn Valley ac have today announced details of their annual open early season meet which proved so popular last season
It provides opportunity before the school programme gets underway and the organisers point they are open to amendments should there be a request . Timetable to issue in the weeks ahead

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2014 Track & Field Summer Camps (Club Notice)

10 March, 2014 - 16:59

Athletics Ireland is delighted to announce the return of the Athletics Ireland Track & Field Summer Camps for 2014. The camps will give children the chance to try a whole range of athletics activities such as sprinting, javelin, hurdles, shot putt, long jump, walks and relays during the summer holidays!

Athletics Ireland is calling on our clubs and members to get involved in this exciting opportunity. The clubs that hold one of these camps will have the opportunity to increase their club’s membership numbers and revenue stream.

Athletics Ireland will work in partnership with your club to promote and market the camps in your local area through poster/flyer campaigns and online via the Athletics Ireland Website and Social Media Channels. The camps will allow the club to increase the club profile within their locality and surrounding areas while also promoting the sport of athletics nationwide.

In summary Athletics Ireland will provide the following:

•Online registration via the Athletics Ireland website
•Promotion via the Athletics Ireland website and social media platforms
•New Balance technical t-shirt, spike bag and certificate provided for all the participants
•Promotional flyers/poster supplied to generate local interest
•Full Training provided for the camp leaders
•Membership registration to your club of any child who signs up for the camp who is not already a member of your club.

Club Requirements:

In order for your club to host one of these camps they must have an outdoor track (preferably tartan) and an indoor facility (in case it rains) available to use. There also needs to be a space made available for the children to eat lunch and do their arts and crafts. Each club will identify one overall adult camp leader and a number of other leaders which Athletics Ireland will provide the necessary training for.

Camp Details

The projected start date for the summer camps is the week commencing the 30th of June and they are open to boys and girl’s aged 6+. Each camp begins on a Monday and runs right through to Friday from 10.30am to 2.30pm. The camps are priced at €50 for one week with a €10 discount for a second child.

Expression of Interest

We are looking for any club to express interest in hosting one of these camps to email John Holian (finance@athleticsireland.ie) or call the office on (0)1 8869933 for further details.

Trinity & DCU Take Title Laurels at Inter-Universities XC Champs

10 March, 2014 - 15:25

Maria O’Sullivan (Trinity College Dublin) won the Women’s Intervarsities Cross-Country Championship at Cork IT. This followed her 4th place in the Inter-Club’s Cross Country the previous week. She was pushed all the way by her team-mate Becky Woods who took the individual Silver medal. Ellie Harnett (University College Dublin) took the Bronze medal. Claire McCathy (8th) and Sorcha Humphreys (10th) gave Trinity its four scorers in the top ten (21 pts), to retain “The Cheetahs” Intervarsity Trophy. DCU placed second (6,7,11,15 = 39pts) and University College Cork took team Bronze (4,5,17,23 = 49pts).

During the initial stages of the Men’s race, the leading pack had all the potential contenders. The Men’s individual title went to John Coghlan (DCU). Ben Thistlewood (UCC) held off the challenge of John Travers (AIT) to take the Silver and Bronze medals, respectively. Andrew Connick (Waterford IT), National Intermediate Cross-Country Champion, was 4th. The team title was an enthralling competition and a close run affair in the end. DCU regained “The Green Fox” Intervarsity Trophy on 68pts (1,10,11,12,16,17) with UCD runners-up on 74pts (7,8,12,14,15,18). Athlone IT took the team Bronze team medals, being the only club to place three in the top ten – in addition to John Travers, Darragh Rennicks (5th) and Eoin Everard (6th), but lacked the depth to challenge for the title (122pts).

Full results are available at Results

Finn Valley 5k Spring Series Race 3

9 March, 2014 - 17:19

Another encouraging turnout at Finn Valley on what was an ideal morning for the challenge
The series comes to a conclusion on March 23rd 11am with a 5/ 10k option

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Siofra Cleirigh Buttner Win’s Historic 6th Schools XC Title

8 March, 2014 - 17:10

Siofra Cleirigh Buttner (Colaiste Iosagain) and Andrew Coscoran (St Mary’s Drogheda) won the senior races on a thrilling day of cross country running at the Aviva All Ireland Schools Cross Country Championships in Cork CIT on Saturday, 8th of March.

Full Results (Junior Girls Results are attached below)

Junior Girls Result

For Cleirigh Buttner it was an historic sixth straight All Ireland Schools title as she romped to victory in a time of 10.34, her Colaiste Iosagain team mate Sarah Mhaolmhuire finished second in a time of 10.43 and Deirdre Healy (Dublin Institute) surprised many to finish third in a time of 10.52

Ursiline Thurles won the team title with a score of 49 points with Colaiste Iosagain 2nd on 53 points and Loreto Kilkenny 3rd (69)

Commenting afterwards Cleirigh Buttner said “I am delighted with that; it’s never been done before (6 all Ireland titles) so I am really happy. Next for me is the Athletics Ireland warm weather training camp and then the build up to the World Juniors in Oregan.”

Coscoran and school mate Aaron Hanlon battled it out for the senior boy’s title with the two athletes locked together for the majority of the 6,500m race. Coscoran continued to apply the pressure and won the senior title in a time of 21.58, three seconds ahead of Hanlon in second (22.01).

Commenting afterwards Corscoran said “I am really happy with that, I thought Aaron was going to pull away. I just dug in for as long as I could and managed to get the win. I am going to target the 1500m and maybe the 3k steeplechase on the track next.”

Track specialist David Harper (Rice College Westport) finished a fine third place in the individual race in a time of 22.35. He also had the added bonus of leading his school to the team title with a score of 84 points. St. Fintan’s Sutton finished second on 117 points and St. Malachy’s, Belfast third on 125 points.

Kevin Mulcaire (St Flannan’s, Ennis) dominated the Inter boy’s race with a gun to tape victory. Mulcaire, the defending champion raced out to an early lead and never looked back as he coasted to victory in a time of 17.33. There was a big battle for the minor positions with Shane Hughes (Colaiste Mhuire Mullingar) finishing second (17.50) just ahead of Barry Keane (St Declan’s) on the same time in third.

Mulcaire led St Flannan’s to the team title with a score of 66 points ahead of St. Aidan’s CBS second on 68 points and Rathmore GS third on 122 points.

Rhona Pierce (Skerries CC) and Clodagh O’Reilly (Loreto College, Cavan) were the early leaders in the girl’s intermediate race. Both athletes took turns at the front of the field until Pierce upped the intensity and pace over the last lap and won the title in a time of 14.04. O’Reilly finished second in a time of 14.14 with Fiona Everard (Maria Immaculata CC) third in a time of 14.20.

Skerries CC won the team title with a score of 40 points ahead of Dominican College, Wicklow on 60 points and Rathmore G.S third on 100 points.

Paddy Maher (Dunshaughlin CC) was a runaway winner of the junior boy’s title in a time of 12.24 ahead of James Maguire (St Benildus, Dublin) second in a time of 12.45 with Niall Harvey (Presentation Carlow) third in a time of 12.57.

There was a great three way battle between Caoimhe Harrington (Colaiste Pobail, Bheanntrai), Jodie McCann (Rathdown Glenageary) and Nicola Duffy (St Peter’s Dunboyne). Harrington proved the stronger as she won the title in a time of 10.44 with McCann second in a time of 10.47 and Duffy third in a time of 10.55.

Sarah Healy (Holy Child Killiney) won the minor girl’s race in a time of 7.48, which put her 21 seconds clear of Olivia Nelson (Strathearn School, Belfast) (8.09) and Tamzin Muldowney (St Mary’s Midleton) third in a time of 8.12

Sean Corry (Omagh Christian Brothers) won the minor boy’s race in a time of 9.39 with Darragh McElhinney (Colaiste Pobail, Bheanntrai) second in a time of 9.52 and Oisin Lyons (Calasanctius College) third in a time of 10.03

Schools Hoodie’s
Unfortunately due to a mis-understanding on dates the event hoodie’s were only available for sale towards the end of the day. The hoodie’s can still be purchased by emailing kenbarrett@live.ie with your order.

8th Place for McCarthy at World Indoor Track and Field Championships

7 March, 2014 - 14:28

At the morning season of the World Indoor Track and Field Championships in Sopot, Poland there was plenty of promising performances from the young Irish Team. David McCarthy (West Waterford AC) produced a fine championship performance finishing 6th in his heat in 3:39.46, just missing out on a fastest qualification spot into the final by under two tenths of a second. The time was also just off his personal best of 3:39.14 which he set at the AAI Games. Impressively the Waterford man finished the eighth fastest time overall.

McCarthy said: I’m a little disappointed with that, I gave it my all but I finished just outside the qualifiers. The goal was to make the final, then to just fall short of it is disappointing”.

There was season’s best for Kildare’s Rose-Anne Galligan (Newbridge AC) with 2:03.30 and Kilkenny’s Ciara Everard (UCD AC) in 2:03.69 when they finished 5th and 6th receptively in their 800m heats. However progression to the final was not to be with qualification being particularly tough with no semi-finals. Both athletes are now firmly focused on the European Track and Field Championships in Zurich in August.

Speaking after her race Galligan said: “I felt really good on the last lap, I was on target for what I wanted. I tried to hold my form but the speed just went. I gave it all that was all I had on the day. It’s all about the summer now for me; I’m really looking forward to Zurich and to see what I can do there”.

Irish Indoor record Holder Everard commented: “I’ll have to take the seasons best as a positive it was always going to be tough. I’m going to now turn my focus to Zurich”.

Donegal’s Mark English put himself right in contention for a final spot running aggressively throughout eventually finishing 4th in his 800m heat in 1:47.60 outside qualification. English of UCD AC said: “I gave it everything, it wasn’t wholly disappointing. I executed my plan perfectly the other guys were just too good on the day”.

Kevin Ankrom said: “The team produced solid performances this morning performing close to their best and putting themselves in the mix. They have gained exposure to a world class competition environment which will stand to them come the Europeans in Summer and World outdoors next year and Rio 2016”.

Next up on the track is Claire Tarplee (DSD AC) in the 1500m at 18:45am.

Juvenile Indoor Entries Closing Date

7 March, 2014 - 12:32

The Woodie’s DIY Juvenile Indoor Track and Field Championships of Ireland take place in AIT International Arena, Athlone on the 22nd and 23rd of March.

Online entry is now open and will close on Wednesday, 12th of March, there will be strictly NO ENTRY after this date.

Online Entry

Irish Team set for World Indoor Challenge

6 March, 2014 - 20:54

The Irish Team of five will all be in action at the IAAF World Indoor Track and Field Championships in Sopot, tomorrow. Mark English (UCD) will line up in the Men’s 800m with Roseanne Gilligan (Newbridge AC) and Ciara Everard (UCD AC) lining up in the women’s race. In the 1500m Ireland will be represented by David McCarthy (West Waterford AC) and Claire Tarplee (Dundrum South Dublin AC).

David McCarthy (West Waterford AC) will compete in the 1500m at 11:43 (Irish Time) in Heat 3. In a heat of eight, McCarthy is sixth based on season’s best. Qualification is first 2 in each heat (Q) and the next 3 fastest (q) - Start List.

The women’s 800 Metres Heats start at 12:00 (Irish Time) with Rose-Anne Galligan (Newbridge A.C) in Heat one. Galligan is fifth fastest in a heat of six based on season’s best. Ciara Everard (UCD A.C) lines up in Heat three at 12.14 (Irish Time) in a tough heat the Kilkenny women is ranked sixth based on season’s best. Qualification for the final is first 1 in each heat (Q) and the next 3 fastest (q) - Start List

Mark English (UCD A.C) competes in the third Heat of the Men’s 800 at 12:44 (Irish Time) . With six in his heat, English is ranked fourth overall based on season’s best. Qualification for the final is first 1 in each heat (Q) and the next 3 fastest (q). Start List.

Claire Tarplee (Dundrum South Dublin A.C) lines up in Heat 3 at 18:45. Tarplee is fourth fastest in her heat of six based on her season’s best. Qualification for the final is first 2 in each heat (Q) and the next 3 fastest (q). Start List.

National CE Squad

6 March, 2014 - 17:01

The next National Combined Events Squad day will be on Sunday March 30th at 12pm at The Watershed track, Scanlon Park, Kilkenny.

If you have any queries about the National CE Squad please email combinedevents@athleticsireland.ie or call Kieron Stout on 086 2450134.

National Indoor League (St. Abbans AC On Top)

6 March, 2014 - 14:49

After two rounds of the National Indoor Track and Field League, St Abbans AC currently sit top of the table in both the men’s and women’s competition

In the women’s event St Abbans AC (59 points) will battle it out with Craughwell AC who are just behind in second on 55 points. Menapians AC and Le Cheile AC are only separated by a single point with the Wexford club in third on 37 points and Le Cheile fourth on 36 points.

In the men’s contest St Abbans AC and Raheny Shamrock AC are leading the way with the Carlow club topping the table with a score of 98 points. Raheny Shamrock AC will attempt to close the 7 point differential having amassed 91 points from the first two rounds. Le Cheile AC (77), Menapians (74) and Leevale AC (74) are set for a thrilling three way battle for third position.

The top seven teams on the attachment below are all qualified for the final on the 16th of March in AIT International Arena, Athlone.
Points Table

There is also an open competition available for individual athletes with entries available on the link below:
Online Entry

A full preview of the event will be posted on the website next week once the entries are confirmed.

European Winter Throws Cup - Irish Team Announced

6 March, 2014 - 14:26

The team for the European Cup Winter Throws to be held in Leiria, Portugal from 15-16 March 2014 has been announced. The athletes selected are Clare Fitzgerald (Tralee Harriers) – Discus and Shot Put, Anita Fitzgibbon (DSD) – Javelin, Marco Pons (DMP) – U/23 Discus.

The event is designed for athletes specialising in discus, javelin, hammer throwing and shot put. It is intended to counterbalance the fact that indoor athletics meetings cannot host the longer throwing events. This competition allows athletes to test their form for the forthcoming outdoor season. Last year’s competition saw the longest throw in the world in the Women’s javelin by Maria Abakumova.

The athletes competing will be hoping to secure selection for the European Team Championships to be held in Tallinn in June, and then the more difficult task of gaining selection for the European Senior Championships in Zurich in August.

The European Championships are a realistic target for Clare Fitzgerald in the Discus. Her personal best of 53.01m is tracking towards the 56m qualifying mark. While Anita Fitzgibbon new Irish record last year of 54.92m is approaching the 57.40m qualifying mark.

Juvenile All Star Awards

5 March, 2014 - 17:01

The Juvenile All Star Awards were held in the Tullamore Court Hotel on Saturday, 8th of February. Ireland’s best and most successful juvenile athletes from counties north and south, east and west, were recognised at the Tipperary Crystal Star Awards Banquet.

The popular annual awards, once again kindly supported by Tipperary Crystal, proved to be another success this year with the cream of Ireland’s young aspiring athletic talent being celebrated by the Juvenile Committee of Athletics Ireland.

Each County Award winner received their specially commissioned piece by Tipperary Crystal. There were also a number of special awards presented on the night, awarded to Juvenile athletes who achieved International success during the 2013 season.

Marcus Lawler scooped the overall athlete award for his outstanding season in 2013 which included a fourth place finish in the 200m at the European Junior Championships

Winners

Jumps Workshop

5 March, 2014 - 16:21

A National Jumps Workshop will take place on Saturday March 15th in Nenagh Stadium between 11am & 3pm. The workshop will involve both athletes & coach. It is important that the coach and athlete attend the session where at all possible.

We will look at evaluating both winter training & the indoor season – what went well and what needs improving. We will also look at what we as a group can do to improving jumps in Ireland and what the athlete and coach would like to see done going forward. Then the jumpers will separate into their respective groups. The emphasis for both groups will be on drills and conditioning prior to specifics for their event.

The coaches for the day are as follows:

1. Triple Jump: David Murphy Waterford A.C. : David will be working on controlling the phases of the jump.

2. High Jump: Martin O’Grady Nenagh Olympic : Martin will concentrate on adjustments to the run up and specific jumping drills.

3. Pole Vault : Eamon Flanagan Abbey Striders A.C. : The focus for Eamon will be on the take-off position and the moving of the pole.

4. Long Jump: Pat Power St. Josephs A.C. : Pat will work on the approach to the board and the final phases of the approach.

The workshop is open to all jumps coaches & coaches who wish to learn about coaching jumps. Athletes (born in 1998 or earlier) who have medalled in national competition (in any jumps event) are also invited to attend.There is no cost to coaches or athletes for the workshop, but please send me an email (jumps@athleticsireland.ie) if you are attending.

Pollock & Duncun to Represent Ireland at World Half Champs

5 March, 2014 - 16:00

Paul Pollock (Annadale Striders AC) and Nicola Duncun (Galway City Harriers AC) will represent Ireland at the IAAF World Half Marathon Championships in Copenhagen, Denmark on the 29th of March.

Pollock qualified for the event after an impressive third place finish at the Bath Half Marathon on March 2nd. Pollock who is coached by Andy Hobnell finished behind two Kenyan athletes in Bath in a new personal best time of 63:52 to seal qualification for the championships. He will now fine tune his preparations to take on the best endurance athletes in the World around the streets of Copenhagen. Pollock has good pedigree going into these championships after finishing 21st (2nd European) in the marathon at the IAAF World Championships in Moscow last August.

Duncun will join Pollock on the team as she makes her debut at World level. Duncan is a relative new comer to competitive running having only taken up the sport five years ago, her previous sporting background included playing tennis at inter-provincial level. Duncan who is coached by Nick Anderson has a busy couple of months coming up with April’s London Marathon next on the agenda after the Half Marathon Championships.

Irish Team
Paul Pollock Annadale Striders Andy Hobnell
Nicola Duncun Galway City Harriers Nick Anderson

World Indoors: Men’s 800m & 1500m Previews and Stats

5 March, 2014 - 14:07

Mark English (UCD AC) will be in action on Friday at 12:30am (Irish Time) in the 800 Metres Heats at the IAAF World Indoor Track and Field Championships, Sopot, Poland. David McCarthy (West Waterford AC) will line up in the Men’s 1500 Metres Heats at 11:25am (Irish Time). Live TV Coverage on BBC and Eurosport - with Irish updates on Irish Athletics Tweeter and Athletics Ireland website.

Check out the Men’s 800 Preview

Check out the Men’s 1500m

Entry Lists sopot-2014-entry-list-by-event-and-seasons-be12

Irish Male Athletes - IAAF World Indoor Championships Previous Performance 800m & 1500m

800m

1995 David Matthews 1h4 1:49.90 4 SF 1:49.26
1997 David Matthews 5h1 1:49.65
1997 James Nolan 2h5 1:48.21 4 SF 1:48.75
1999 James Nolan 3h1 1:48.46 2 SF 1:47.54 5 1:47.77
1999 David Matthews 4h4 1:49.81
2001 Dan Caulfield 3h1 1:47.83 5 SF 1:47.79
2010 David McCarthy 4h3 1:51.88

1500m

1987 Marcus O’Sullivan 2h1 3:40.96 1 3:39.04
1987 Eamonn Coghlan 5h2 3:43.40
1989 Marcus O’Sullivan 1h1 3:47.34 1 3:36.64
1991 Marcus O’Sullivan 4h1 3:45.29 4 3:44.79
1993 Marcus O’Sullivan 1h1 3:42.31 1 3:45.00
1995 Niall Bruton 2h1 3:43.00 4 3:45.05
1995 Marcus O’Sullivan 3h2 3:45.27 10 3:47.02
1997 Niall Bruton 2h1 3:40.77 8 3:42.65
2003 James Nolan 5h2 3:40.85 6 3:44.67
2004 James Nolan 8h1 3:47.27
2006 James Nolan 1h3 3:44.67 6 3:43.98
2008 James Nolan 6h1 3:42.12
2012 Ciaran O’Lionaird 11h1 3:50.12

Regional/Competition Secretaries

5 March, 2014 - 10:54

Entries for National Juvenile Indoors are available online and must be completed by the closing date.

The link for entries is Entry

The Regional Secretary Login m here: ust be used in order to complete entries. If you have any questions please email competition@athleticsireland.ie

2014 Registration Numbers are required for all entries.

THERE WILL BE NO LATE ENTRIES FOR THIS EVENT

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