NEWS FLASH
  • Day of drama as Queen’s and Raheny triumph at Road Relays

  • Healy and McElhinney deliver on memorable day in Mallusk

  • Abbotstown set for high octane National Indoors

  • Irish Life Health National Senior Indoors Entry List

  • Ireland’s brightest young athletes set for Athlone

History 1990-1999

  • 1991 Frank O’Mara wins his 2nd World Indoor 3000 metres title in a record 7.41.14
  • 1992 Catherina McKiernan won her first of 4 consecutive ( ‘92-’95 ) silver medals at the World Cross Country in Boston. Catherina also won the inaugural European Cross Country in 1994 and dominated world marathon running for a few years with wins in Berlin, London and Amsterdam.
  • 1993 Marcus O’Sullivan won his 3rd gold medal at 1500 metres in the World Indoor Championships in Toronto. Sonia O’Sullivan wins silver in the 1,500m at the IAAF World Championships in 4.03.48
  • 1994 Sonia O’Sullivan wins Gold in the 3,000m at the European Track and Field Championships in 8.31.84
  • 1995 Sonia O’Sullivan wins the IAAF World Championships in the 5,000m in 14.46.47
  • 1998 Sonia O’Sullivan takes the Long and Short Course Cross Country Championships in Marrakesh

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