Additions Made to Irish Team for European Indoors

22 February 2005

Athletics Ireland are pleased to announce that a further five athletes have been added to the team for the forthcoming European Indoor Championships in Madrid on March 4-6th making it the largest Irish team ever for these Championships.


Leading the team of new announcements is 2000 Champion Mark Carroll who will join World Number one Alistair Cragg in the 3000m.


1998 World Youth 100m/200m Champion Emily Maher has been rewarded by her welcome recent return to top class form by gaining selection along-side Ailis  McSweeney in the 60m.


James Nolan (1500m) and Peter Coghlan (60m H) have been given an extention to gain the necessary standards while Gary Ryan (200m) and Adrian O'Dwyer (HJ) both made themselves unavailable for selection.



60 Ailis McSweeney, Emily Maher

200 Ciara Sheehy

1500 Roisin McGettigan

60H Derval O'Rourke

HJ Deirdre Ryan



60 Jer O'Donoghue

200 Paul Hession, Paul Brizzel

400 David Gillick, Rob Daly , David McCarthy

3000 Alistair Cragg, Mark Carroll


Disclaimer - The views expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect those of the AAI


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