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Indoor PBs for Finn and Cotter - February 2021

800m and 3000m Indoor PB's for Stephanie Cotter & Michelle Finn

Colorado, USA & Normandy, France

Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th February 2021

 

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Adams State Open Meet, High Altitude Training Center, Alamosa, Colorado, USA


Adams State Open Results


 
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Stephanie Cotter, Adams State University and West Muskerry AC

Stephanie Cotter, Adams State University and West Muskerry AC, ran an indoor 800m PB of 2:16.04, described as "a stunning performance" by ASU, at the Adams State Open yesterday, and Qualified for the NCAA Division II Finals. Stephanie does have a "PB" of 2:09.49 from February 2019, but that is not deemed official.


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3000m Indoor PB for Michelle Finn
 
Val de Reuil Indoors, Normandy, France

Sunday February 7th 2021


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3000m Indoors PB for Michelle Finn

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Michelle Finn

Michelle Finn, Leevale AC, ran a 3k indoor PB of 9:02.34 today, at the Normandy League meet, at the Jesse Owens Stadium, in Val de Reuil. Michelle, who is coached by Feidhlim Kelly of Dublin Track Club, now moves up one place in the All-Time Irish Womens Indoor Rankings, to 10th, overtaking Roisin McGettigan.

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Michelle Finn's World Athletics PB Profile



Other Dublin Track Club Performances

Full Val de Reuil Results - Feb 7th 2021



Michelle was accompanied at the Val de Reuil meet by several othere from the Dublin Track Club, and there were several winners from the delegation: Brian Fay won the Mens 3000m in 7:53.62, a time that puts him in 14th place on the All-Time Irish Mens Indoor Rankings.  Tadgh Donnelly placed 5th in the same race, in 8:25.17. Marcus Lawlor won the Mens 200m, in 21.36 sec - Marcus is currently 3rd on the All-Time Irish Mens Indoor Rankings, with a best of 20.92 sec. Marcus also ran in the mens 60m, placing 3rd, in 7.00 sec.  Christopher O'Donnell won the Mens 400m in 47.39 sec, which places him 13th on the All-Time Irish Mens Indoor Rankings

 

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Val de Reuil 2021 - Mens 3000m results

 

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Val de Reuil 2021 - Mens 200m results

 

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 Val de Reuil 2021 - Mens 400m results

 

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 Val de Reuil 2021 - Mens 60m results

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