HAVING two Donegal athletes in a European elite athletics final is the stuff of dreams.
UCD students Mark English (Letterkenny) and Karl Griffin (Donegal Town) have reached the final of the European U23 800m in Tallin, Estonia, this afternoon.
THE Wild Atlantic Adventure Race (WAAR) is shaping up to be one of Donegal’s major sporting events of 2015.
JOHN Kelly reached the qualification mark for the European Junior Athletics Championships with a stunning shot putt throw on Sunday.
THE annual St Eunan’s College Letterkenny 5K Run will be taking place tomorrow, May 6 at 7.15pm.
European Indoor Championship 2015 silver medallist Mark English has become the latest talented athlete to join the Sky Academy Sports Scholarships programme, which helps young sporting talent to fulfil their potential on the international stage through funding, media coaching and mentoring. The Letterkenny athlete is a medical student at UCD. For all your extensive sports […]
MINISTER for Gaeltacht Affairs, Joe McHugh, T.D., today (31 March 2015) announced An Teanga Bheo/The Living Language, the Irish language strand of the Ireland 2016 Centenary Programme.
BRENDAN Boyce became the first Donegal athlete to qualify for the 2016 Olympic Games last weekend – despite an absence of significant funding and what he calls ‘the bare minimum’ of preparation.
MARK English produced a stunning finish to win a European Indoor silver medal on Sunday in the 800m in Prague.
DONEGAL’S Mark English has won the silver medal in the 800m final in the European Indoor Athletics Championships in Prague, coming in behind winner Marcin Lewandowski from Poland.