The AAI Board recently approved five key team management positions. They are Senior T & F Manager, Cross Country and Roads Manager, Development Manager, Junior Manager and Youth Manager.
Co Derry, teenager Jason Smyth and Clare man Derek Malone pushed the boundaries of Irish Paralympic athletics to new height at the World Indoor Athletics Games in, Bollnas, Sweden
Stephen Maguire as Director of Coaching will be responsible for the technical leadership of the sport in the coming years.
Current national 100m champion, Gary Ryan from Nenagh has been handed the responsibility for developing the sport of athletics.
Athletics Ireland have appointed Stephen Maguire as the new Director of Coaching and Gary Ryan is taking up the new position of Director of Development.
Dublin City University's Fionnuala Britton finished in sixth place to lead her Irish team mates to fourth place in the women’s team event at the World University Cross Country Championships.
Derek Malone’s performance in finishing 2nd in the 400m semi final at the IPC Indoor World athletics championships in snow bound Bollnas, Sweden
The Irish team will return from Moscow today (see below for travel details) with the golden glow of achievement and success.
Derval O'Rourke claimed gold today in an historic day for Irish sport in Moscow becoming Ireland’s first sprinter to claim a world title.
Juvenile Star Award Winners for 2005. The awards will be presented on Sat 11 March in the Arklow Bay Hotel
Action gets underway tomorrow in Moscow at the World Indoor Championships. The team of 9 athletes and support staff are raring to get going in chilly Moscow, in what promises to be a thrilling affair
View the results of the 2006 Irish Schools Cross Championships held on the 4th March
As predicted the women's race produced some great results with a record entry followed by no less than 7 runners inside the long standing record held by Maria Skelton.
David Gillick has been announced as a late addition to the squad for the forth coming World Indoor Championships in Moscow.
The Armagh Road Races take place on Thursday 2 March at 6.30pm. This is a unique event that doubles as a cultural festival as well.
James Nolan continued his great start to the 2006 season in Ghent this weekend achieving the World Indoor Qualification Standard over 3000m with an 8 second personal best of 7:52.84.
The Inter Club Cross Country Championship of Ireland starts at 1pm on Saturday 25 February in Santry.
In-form Derval O'Rourke faces a tough 60 metres hurdles encounter at the Irish Indoor Championships in Belfast this weekend.
O’Rourke First Irish to break 8:00 seconds for 60H, Sheehy World Class 23.20 over 200m
Results from the Irish Intermediate and Masters Cross Country Championship
Athletics Ireland Launch 2006 Performance Plan, Panels & Carding Awards.
A strong Irish contingency will travel to Sheffield at the weekend to participate the AAA’s Championships in what promises to be a thrilling affair.
After a four year absence in Dublin the 4 mile race takes place in the Phoenix Park, starting and finishing at Farmleigh. The course is over one lap and the race HQ is in Castleknock College. Further information is on the Entry Form (PDF)
A lovely day for cross country running at DCU for the Kit Kat Leinster Schools’ Cross Country Championships with some great running from the young stars of the future.
Ciaran McDonagh opened his indoor season in style yesterday in Blacksburg Virginia, with a massive leap of 8.00m.
Details for the 2006 Elite Squads and Development Days.
USA Cross Country Champion Dathan Ritzenhein was in Dublin to join Irish
Olympic gold medallist Ronnie Delany to launch the Great BUPA Ireland
Jointly promoted by Liffey Valley A.C. and Dublin City Harriers, the Tom Brennan Memorial 5K Road Race will be held on Sunday January 1st 2006 in the Phoenix Park.
The Irish team for The European Cross Country Championships in Tilburg on Sunday next suffered a major blow this afternoon with the withdrawal of Alistair Cragg from the squad.
Alistair Cragg has been named in the men's team to compete in the European Cross Country Championships in Tilburg on December 11th.
Over 1000 athletes competed in events sponsored by McMahon and Galvin Insurance Brokers ranging from under 11 to Senior with a wide spread of winners countrywide.
Sligo Racecourse is the venue for next Sunday’s National Inter Counties Cross Country Championships sponsored by McMahon & Galvin Insurance Brokers.
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