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Cork Underage Athletes Achieve International Standards

Cork Underage Athletes achieve International Standards


World U20 – 1st - 6th August, Cali, Columbia

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A maximum of 2 athletes from each country can compete in each event

Final Selection is 17th July 2022

Lucy May Sleeman ( Leevale) achieved a World U20 B standard last weekend in Belgium in both 100m and 200m -11.68 (+0.7) and 24.04 (+0.1)

Maeve O Neill ( Dohenys) achieved World U20 B standard on 29th May at MTU in 800m – 2:06.77

Nicola Tuthill ( Bandon) achieved World U20 A standard on 19th Feb in Hammer in Dunboyne - 60.92m



European Youth Olympic Festival 24-30th July in Banksa Bystrica , Slovakia

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N.B – only one athlete from each country can compete in each event.

Final Selection is 10th June 2022

Claire Crowley (Leevale ) achieved EYOF standard in 1500m in Belfast on 14th may - 4:35.36

Nicole Dinan (Leevale) achieved standard in 800m in Belfast on 14th May - 2:12.38

Hannah Falvey (Belgooly) achieved standard in 200m in Athlone on 20th March - 24.80

Fatima Amusa (Leevale ) achieved standard in 200m in Athlone on 13th March - 25.16

Okwu Backari (Leevale) achieved standard in Long Jump and 100mh Hurdles - 5.73m (+1.90) and 14.23 (+0.1)

Maeve Fleming (Leevale) achieved standard in High Jump (1.73m)

Senan O Reilly (St. Catherines) achieved standard in 400m and 800m in Cork and Templemore – 50.21s and 1:56.30 respectively

European U18 – 4-7th July 2022 Jerusalem, Israel

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A maximum of 2 athletes from each country can compete in each event . Final selections to take place on 20 June 2022

Max O Reilly ( Riverstick/Kinsale) achieved standard in 100m in Cork on 29th May – 10.84s(+1.3)

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