County Louth all-time best performers

 

Latest updates:

 

M 100m 10.63 Israel Olatunde 29 Jun 2019

M 1500m 3:51.11 Jack Boylan 15 Jun 2019

M 3000m 8:24.37 Jack Boylan 6 Jul 2019

 

W 200m 24.88 Kate O'Connor 6 Jul 2019

W 800m 2:13.86 Erinn Leavy 7 Jul 2019

W 100m Hurdles 14.41 Kate O'Connor 22 Jun 2019

W Pole Vault 2.50 Geraldine Finegan 30 Jun 2019

W Shot 12.86 Aoibhín McMahon 4 Jul 2019

W Javelin 40.18 Aoibhín McMahon 6 Jul 2019

 

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A list of the all-time best County Louth athletes in each event has been compiled. It was published here for the first time in December 2018.

 

It includes athletes who were members of a Louth club at the time of the performance, as well as former members of Louth clubs who would generally be regarded as being ‘originally from’ County Louth.

 

All events currently contested in the Olympic Games or World Indoor Championships are included, with the exception of the 20km and 50km Walks and the mixed 4x400m (for which no significant performances have yet been noted) and with the addition of the Mile and the Weight for Distance.

 

Performances that meet at least one of these criteria are included:

 

(1) it’s the ‘Louth record’;

(2) it’s worth 900 points or more on the IAAF scoring tables;

(3) it’s equal to or better than the minimum standard for the AAI all-time lists.

 

Note that, in the hurdles, steeplechase and throws, only performances with the senior hurdle heights/hurdle spacings/implement weights are included.

 

Although significant efforts have been made to make this list as complete as possible, it’s likely that several performances are missing. Please send details of any missing performances, corrections (no matter how trivial), additional information (for performances in red or with a yellow background) or other comments to Tom McGrane (tmcgrane@outlook.com). All feedback will be very welcome.