TOP STORIES

Bob Tisdall Passes Away Age 97

29 July 2004

The Irish Athletics Community is in mourning with the news of the death of 1932 Olympic 400m Hurdles Champion Bob Tisdall in Australia.

Tisdall, who turned 97 in May, was Ireland's oldest living Olympic Champion.

May he rest in peace.

 

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


 

Recent News
Mark Carroll Coming Into Top Form Ahead of Olympics
Maria McCambridge Qualifies for Olympic 5000m in Heusden
Bob Tisdall Passes Away Age 97
Tomas Coman Back to His Best - 2004 National Championships Report
O'Sullivans to Star at 132nd Woodies DIY National T&F Championships
Paul Hession Blazes to 20.61 Just Misses Olympic A Standard
National Junior Records the Highlight for Irish Team at World Juniors
Sweeney and McHugh - Irish Throwers On The Rise Once Again
Woodie's DIY Announces Sponsorship of National T&F Championships
Women's 3000m Development Race in Santry July 14th
Season's Best for Gordon Kennedy in Open Meeting at Mardyke
James Nolan Runs Season's Best at Lausanne Super Grand Prix
Irish Team For World Junior Championships Announced
Cork City Sports Still Happy Home for Sonia O'Sullivan