Sarah Quinn

  • Sarah Quinn has continued here recent run of form on the athletics circuit at the U-23 European championships, with a silver medal and a new PB, at the senior championships.

    The Ballinrobe athlete came second in the women’s 100 meter hurdles at the National Senior Championships taking place in Dublin this weekend with a PB of 13.47 seconds.

    The 20-year-old is in fourth position in the Irish record books for fastest 100 meter women’s hurdles.

    The St Colman’s Athletics athlete told Midwest Radio Sport that she was delighted with her achievements this year and that the focus was now on winter training.

  • St Colman's South Mayo AC athlete Sarah Quinn won the Irish National Indoor senior women’s 60 meters hurdles at the National Arena in Abbotstown yesterday.

    The run has made the Ballinrobe athlete Ireland's top 60 meters hurdles athlete.

    It now means the 21-year-old athlete is in serious contention of qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics.

  • A Ballinrobe athlete has become the fourth fastest Irish women in the 100m hurdles after achieving back-to-back a personal bests in the U23 European Athletics Championships.

    Sarah Quinn, of Bowgate Street Ballinrobe, is competing in the European U23 Athletics championships in Gavle, Sweden this weekend and after winning her heat yesterday, just missed out on a final berth after placing fourth in her semis.

    Her semi-final time of 13.57 seconds puts her in fourth position in the Irish women’s 100m hurdles leader board and 12th overall in the U23 women’s hurdles and the St Colman’s Athletics athlete believes the win will propel her on to greater heights.

    Sarah will contest the relay qualifying rounds with her teammates on Sunday, in the hope of building on her impressive European showing.

  • The Irish 4 x 200m metre women's relay team came second this evening in their World Relay Championship final in Poland.

    Ballinrobe's Sarah Quinn, Aoife Lynch, Kate Doherty, and Sophie Becker set a new national record of 1minute 35.93 seconds.

  • Mayo athlete Sarah Quinn has been named on the Irish team to compete at the World Athletics Relay Championships in Poland in early May.

    Sarah, a member of St Colman's South Mayo AC is named on the 4×100 metre squad along with Joan Healy, Sarah Lavin, Molly Scott, Kate Doherty and Niamh Whelan.

    Sarah joined Michael D on Sunday Sport this afternoon looking ahead to the Championships.

  • The Irish 4x100m team which includes Mayo's Sarah Quinn finished 10th at the World Relays this evening in Poland after running 44.53 for 4th in their heat.

    Two places and 0.3 off Olympic qualification, but they secure their spot at next year's World Championships in Oregon. 

  • A Mayo athlete is vying to secure her place at the Tokyo Olympics this weekend.

    Sarah Quinn of St. Colman's AC competes for the Irish team at the World Relays this weekend.

    The heats take place tomorrow evening at 7.08pm Irish time and will be streamed on World Athletics on YouTube.

    The top eight qualifies the team for the Olympics, top ten qualifies for the world championships next year.

  • Mayo athlete Sarah Quinn has been named on the Irish team to compete at the World Athletics Relay Championships in Poland in early May.

    Sarah, a member of St Colman's South Mayo AC is named on the 4×100 metre squad along with Joan Healy, Sarah Lavin, Molly Scott, Kate Doherty and Niamh Whelan.

    Ireland have also named a quality squad to compete in the mixed 4×400 metre event, including Phil Healy and Thomas Barr.

  • St Colman’s Athletics club were represented well at the All-Ireland Junior Indoor Championships yesterday with two of their members bagging medals.

    Sarah Quinn and Niamh O’Neill won medals in the 60m hurdles.

    Sarah won Gold in the u23 hurdles while Niamh took silver in the u20s race.

    Niamh also jumped a pb in the long jump at the indoor event.