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Tokyo Olympics 2020 - Irish Day 4 Summary

Tokyo 2020 - Athletics Day 4 Summary

Monday August 2nd


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Startlists & Reports


1500m Women

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Ciara Mageean at the front of 1500m - Photo: James Crombie/Inpho


Ciara Mageean finished in 10th place in Heat 1, in 4:07.29. Having been at the front early in the race, Mageean slipped back on the final lap. An upset Mageean revealed afterwards that she had suffered  a calf strain in recent weeks, and could only jog lightly until now. She was still in with an outside chance until the third and final Heat, the fastest of the three, which was won by Kipyegon, in 4:01.40, pulling three of the non-automatic qualifiers with her, and ending Mageean's hopes


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Sarah Healy in action in 1500m - Photo: James Crombie/Inpho

Heat 3 also saw 20 year old Sarah Healy on the track, finishing in 11th place, in 4:09.78, in her first Olympics


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Heat 1 Results

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Heat 3 Results


200m Women

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Phil Healy crosses the finish line in the Women's 200m

There was no joy for Phil Healy, Bandon AC, in Heat 6 of the 200m, finishing 5th, in a Season's Best of 23,21 sec. This was Phil's third race in four days, with the 400m still to come tomorrow.  Besides being an Olympic Finalish, in the Mixed 4x400m, Phil is the first Irish Olympic athletics athlete to qualify in three events.

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Tokyo Olympics 2020 - Irish Day 1 Summary


Tokyo Olympics 2020 - Irish Day 2 Summary


Tokyo Olympics 2020 - Irish Day 3 Summary

Where to Watch

Coverage on RTE 2 and BBC 1 begins at Midnight most nights, while Eurosport 1 & 2 (Sky Channels 410 and 411) have round-the-clock coverage, including replays

Note: Tokyo is 8 hours ahead of Ireland

Day 5 - Tuesday August 3rd


Irish In Action

1:05am (1500m Heats): Andrew Coscoran

1:45am (400m Heats): Phil Healy

3:05am (200m Heats): Marcus Lawler, Leon Reid


Start TimeLocationEvent
Session 10  1:00 - 4:35
1:00 Olympic Stadium - Triple Jump A
1:00 Olympic Stadium - Triple Jump B
1:05 Olympic Stadium - Track
1:16 Olympic Stadium - Track
1:20 Olympic Stadium - Long Throws
1:27 Olympic Stadium - Track
1:45 Olympic Stadium - Track
1:53 Olympic Stadium - Track
2:01 Olympic Stadium - Track
2:09 Olympic Stadium - Track
2:17 Olympic Stadium - Track
2:25 Olympic Stadium - Track
2:50 Olympic Stadium - Long Jump A
2:50 Olympic Stadium - Long Throws
3:05 Olympic Stadium - Track
3:13 Olympic Stadium - Track
3:21 Olympic Stadium - Track
3:29 Olympic Stadium - Track
3:37 Olympic Stadium - Track
3:45 Olympic Stadium - Track
3:53 Olympic Stadium - Track
4:20 Olympic Stadium - Track
Session 11  11:00 - 13:55
11:10 Olympic Stadium - Track
11:15 Olympic Stadium - Shot Put A
11:18 Olympic Stadium - Track
11:20 Olympic Stadium - Pole Vault A
11:26 Olympic Stadium - Track
11:34 Olympic Stadium - Track
11:42 Olympic Stadium - Track
12:00 Olympic Stadium - Track
12:20 Olympic Stadium - Track
12:35 Olympic Stadium - Long Throws
12:40 Olympic Stadium - Shot Put B
12:50 Olympic Stadium - Track
12:58 Olympic Stadium - Track
13:06 Olympic Stadium - Track
13:25 Olympic Stadium - Track
13:50 Olympic Stadium - Track



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