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Phil Healy Opens 2019 Indoor Season with Vienna Win

Phil Healy Wins Vienna Indoor 400m in 52.31 Sec

Vienna, Austria

Saturday January 26th 2019


 phil healy vienna indoors jan 2019

Phil Healy, Bandon AC, set the leading World and European times, when winning today's 400m Indoors, in Vienna, Austria

Ireland’s fastest women Phil Healy has got her indoor season off to a great start winning the Vienna International Indoor Meet in 52.31 secs. This is the fastest time so farthis year, in both European and World Indoors. Lissane De Whitte, from The Netherlands, the European Bronze Medalist from Berlin 2018, was second in 52.66 secs.  Great Britain’s Eilidh Doyle was third in 53.08 secs. Eilidh Doyle is also a 2018 Bronze World Indoor Medalist.


phil healy megan kiely vienna indoors 2019Megan Kiely, Ferrybank AC, and Phil Healy, Bandon AC, after today's race in Vienna

Ferrybank AC's Megan Kiely set a massive PB in the same event, finishing in 56.20sec, while Simone Lalor, St Laurence O'Toole ran 52.86 secs

Healy’s main target for the indoor season is the European Indoor Athletics Championhips in Glasgow in the first weekend in March.


Vienna Indoor Women's 400m Results


 phil healy vienna indoors results jan 2019


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