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Thursday, 17th May - Donegal Children's Games 2012 - Results & Report

Donegal Children's Games were held in Stranorlar on Thursday, 17th May. The stars of the show were U10 athletes, Seamus Harley & Connie Doherty from Inishowen AC. Seamus won a total of four medals out of four events entered : Gold in the 60m & 500m, Silver in the long-jump & Bronze in the ball-throw; a fantastic achievement at County level. Connie put in a superb effort to win Gold in both the 60m & the 500m. There were other great performances by many of the young athletes on the night; some of them narrowly missing out on medals. The other medal winners were Brenda Collins, winning Silver in the U9 300m, Katelyn Doherty & Drew Mc Kinney, both getting Bronze in the U10 500m, and Adam Whoriskey winning Bronze in the U11 long-jump.

Results for the Ulster Children's Games 2012:
U10 boys 60m - Seamus Harley (Silver)
U10 girls 500m - Connie Doherty (Silver)
Team Silver won by Connie Doherty & Katelyn Rose Doherty
U11 long-jump Team Silver won by Adam Whoriskey & James Loughrey
U12 ball-throw - Una Cox (Bronze)
U13 shot-putt - Eadaoin O Raw (Bronze)

These athletes will go on to represent the Club in the National Finals in Co Cork.

Sunday, 6th May - Northwest 10K - Results (Preliminary)

Northwest 10K 2012

pdfRESULTS - Northwest 10K (to be confirmed)

Northwest 10K Photo Albums (Facebook) - Album 1 | Album 2 | Album 3

Friday, 27th April - Milford 5K (Boyce Olympic Fund) - Results

pdfRESULTS - Milford 5K (Boyce Olympic Fund)

Friday, 27th April - Moville Community College 10K - Results

pdfRESULTS - Moville Community College 10K

Sunday, 22nd April - "Running Mad" Dan Doherty 23rd at 100K World Championships

Dan Doherty Ultrarunning IrelandOn Sunday, 22nd April in Seregno, Italy, Inishowen AC member and UltraRunning Ireland team captain, Dan Doherty produced a world class time of 7 hours 7 minutes 20 seconds, leading the Irish to sixth at the 100K World Championships. Dan finished 23rd overall, closely followed by teammates John Byrne and Keith Whyte. With eighteen International teams in attendance, the competition was intense. But Ireland has been turning heads on the UltraRunning scene for years, typified by Helena Crossan's performances in Europe and the USA. IAC can now boast two International representatives among its members.

"Running Mad" Dan's Blog
UltraRunning Ireland Race Report

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