Charged with assault, the Letterkenny man had time to contemplate his past, his present, and what the future might hold.
By her own admission, Caitriona Jennings would have been guilty of putting the body under too much pressure during workouts.
Karol was up against the top masters from Ireland and Britain and finished 12th overall and 7th in the M35 race.
The cross country season is drawing to a close and the focus for all involved with Letterkenny AC is switching to track and field events
Letterkenny coach Teresa McDaid flies out to Edinburgh today, Friday, and will meet the European team athletes this evening ahead of tomorrow’s race.
Donal Farren (17), a fifth year student at St Eunan’s College, will join contestants from 40 countries at the International Linguistics Olympiad.
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.
Last month Ann Marie McGlynn made the most of her renaissance, captaining the Ireland women’s team to a bronze medal at the European Cross Country Championships
ANN-MARIE McGlynn is gearing up for the World Cross Country Championships in March and the Letterkenny AC woman then plans to turn her focus to the 3,000m steeplechase with the 2016 Olympics in mind.
Letterkenny AC athlete Ann Marie McGlynn will captain the Ireland women’s team at Sunday’s European Cross Country Championships