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Phil Healy Runs European Indoor Standard

Bandon AC's Phil Healy Makes European Indoor Qualification Mark

 

European Indoors Belgrade 2017 logo event

 

Phil Healy Southern Star

Phil Healy - Photo: Southern Star


Competing in today's Round 1 of the Athletics Ireland National Leagues, in the Athlone Indoor Arena, Bandon AC's Phil Healy achieved the Qualifying mark for the European Indoor Championships, which will be held in the Kombank Arena, Belgrade, Serbia, from March 3rd to 5th next.  Phil's time of 7.40 sec, in the Heats was inside the 7.42 sec qualification standard for the women's 60m.

 

Phil Healy 60m Indoors Nat League 2017

Phil Healy winning her opening Heat

Later on, in winning the Final, Phil lowered her time to 7.36 secs, just 0.01 off her PB.  "60m opener today, at League.Thrilled to run 7.40, and 7.36, both inside the standard for Euro Champs,and only .01 off my pb"

 

European Championship Qualification Standards

 

Athletics Ireland Report - Feidhlim Kelly

Healy hits Euro standard

Phil Healy (Bandon) was in flying form with two European indoor 60m qualifying standards at the Irish Life Health National Indoor League in Athlone IT today.

Healy clocked 7.40 seconds in her first 60m just edging up-and-coming star Molly Scott (SLOT) who as second in 7.42. The Bandon sprinter who is transitioning to the 400m showed she still has her full turn of speed over the shorter distances.

Gerard O’Donnell (Carrick on Shannon), competing as a guest, impressed in the 60m hurdles with a 7.97 second clocking.

 

Athletics Ireland National Indoor League - Round 1 Results 2017


Team Results (PDF file)

 

Field Results (PDF file)

 

Mens Track Results (PDF file)

 

Womens Track Results (PDF file)

 

 

Athletics Ireland Video - Phil Healy Qualifying for Europe

 

Atheltics Ireland Video - Women's 60m Round 1

 

Athletics Ireland's Video - Phil Healy Interviewed

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