Dublin Athletics Board News

  • Dublin Senior and Junior Cross Country Championships 2017
    Posted by adamj@citytrain.ie (Adam Jones) on October 16, 2017 at 6:33 pm

    Click below for notice and information on Dublin Senior and Junior Cross Country Championships 2017 […]

  • Dublin Novice Cross Country Results
    Posted by adamj@citytrain.ie (Adam Jones) on October 2, 2017 at 7:15 am

    Click below for results of Mens and Womens Novice Cross Country Results 2017 […]

  • Results from Dublin 10 Mile Road Championships
    Posted by adamj@citytrain.ie (Adam Jones) on August 29, 2017 at 7:22 am

    Click below to access amendad results from Dublin Athletic Board 10 Mile Road Championships 2017 […]

  • Results from Graded Meeting 8
    Posted by adamj@citytrain.ie (Adam Jones) on August 3, 2017 at 12:36 pm

    Click below for results from Graded Meeting 8 […]

  • Results from Graded Meeting 7
    Posted by adamj@citytrain.ie (Adam Jones) on July 20, 2017 at 6:42 pm

    Click below for track and field results from graded meeting 7 […]

  • Nick Davis Reports from Graded Meeting 6
    Posted by adamj@citytrain.ie (Adam Jones) on July 9, 2017 at 9:36 pm

    With over 200 athletes the sixth in the graded series continues to be the most attractive track and field competition for senior athletes in the country with athletes from Galway, Ennis, Cork, Kildare, Meath, Waterford and Wicklow in action. The opportunity for athletes to compete at their own level makes it a very accessible competition for all comers. There  was some very competitive races in the series of twelve 800 metres. Clonliffes Eleanor Alexander edged out Meghan Ryan in 2.16.66 in the first of two "A" races  .The second one was equally close with Crusaders Niamh Boland just holding off Clare Brennan with Drogheda's Orla O;Connor close at hand. Para Olympian Greta Streimkyte home straight surge saw her edge out Anna King in the "B" race. Conor Duncan of Ratoath was a smooth looking winner of the first of the men's "A" races in 1.55.96. while Matthew Murnane of Leevale made it a worthwhile journey from Cork to win in1.56.71. The men's 5000 metres was an interesting race with Andrew Connick , David Scanlon and Peter Arthur all involved at the front from the start. The Liffey Valley man Peter Arthur, who is having a fine season, disposed of the challenge of Rathfarnham's David Scanlon, back from training at Fort Romeau with 1000 metres to go and recorded a p.b. of 14.57.50 ahead of Scanlon's 15.17.39 with Neil O'Rourke finishing strongly over the last 400 to finish third.  &nbs […]

  • Results Graded Meeting 6 2017 Track
    Posted by adamj@citytrain.ie (Adam Jones) on July 6, 2017 at 2:21 pm

    Click below for track results of Graded Meeting 6 2017 […]