MARK English produced a sensational personal best in London tonight to make the A standard for the World Championships.
MARK English produced a stunning performance in Santry last night to claim a sensational 800m win at the Morton Games that inches him ever closer to a place at his first ever World Championships in Moscow next month.
Letterkenny’s Darren McBrearty ran a season’s best of 3:44.11 when placing third in a special senior Indoor 1,500m at AIT held to facilitate athletes chasing qualifying standards. John Travers of Donore Harriers took victory in 3:43.53 with Conor Bradley from City of Derry second in 3:44.07.
PHILIPS Ireland have named Teresa McDaid, manager of the Irish Cross Country team, as the Philips sports manager of the month for December 2012.
WELL done to the Letterkenny AC men’s team who retained the Donegal senior cross country title on Sunday at the Karting Centre grounds at Ballymaleel.
Donegal is well represented at the Olympic Games, which start in London this weekend.
Mark English has missed out on a place at the Olympics – but is in Barcelona this week for the World Junior Championships…
MARK English is closing in on securing Olympic 800 metres qualification after a stunning run on Saturday evening in Belgium saw him shatter his own Irish Junior record.
Letterkenny AC’s Mark English has made the qualification standard for the World Junior Championships.