November 29, 2019
In 1994, the Irish running legend was the fastest woman in the world over 1500m, the Mile, 2000m & 3000m, and also set a world record of 5:25.36 for 2000m.
By Cathal Dennehy, Irish Examiner
Safi, a port city on Morocco’s Atlantic coast, is not the kind of place you expect to be reminded of...
December 15, 2017
It’s interesting how the Mile has always stood the test of time, still embraced worldwide, an anomaly alongside the standard Olympic distances.
By Sonia O'Sullivan for The Irish Times
There’s really only one good way to get warm in this weather, and that’s to go for a run.
Last Monday I...
December 18, 2016
Sydney Olympic silver medalist and multi-world champion has held or holds every Irish record from 800m to the half-marathon including a 4:17 Mile
By Ian O'Riordan, Irish Times
here is a perfectly good reason why Bob Dylan did not attend the Nobel Prize awards in Stockholm last weekend. Even...
December 22, 2013
Celebrity backers already vying to complete the fastest Mile; 5000m world champion and Mile legend Eamonn Coghlan clocks 6:08
By Cormac McQuinn, Irish Independent
THIS year's GOAL Mile fundraising drive is set to be the biggest ever with the overseas aid charity hoping to raise €200,000 over...
March 16, 2013
By Villanova Running
While observers might differ in the rank ordering of the best of the Irish Pipeline to Villanova, there is virtually no doubt that the top four Irish imports to have ever run at Villanova are (in my own rank order): Sonia O'Sullivan, Eamonn Coghlan, Marcus O'Sullivan and...