In Japan on March 8 the Nagoya Women’s marathon was limited to elite runners. Sinéad Diver returned to familiar territory where she was joined by Charlie Purdue (GB) acting as pacemakers. The race also served a qualifier for Tokyo 2020. Mao Ichiyama (JPN) won Nagoya in 2:20:29 to score 3rd place on the Olympic team. She…

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The Late Late Show have announced their line-up tomorrow night. Their preview says the show includes “Irish-born Australian long-distance runner, Sinead Diver, who took up running in 2010 after the birth of her eldest son, will be in studio to talk about becoming the 4th fastest Australian female marathoner of all time.”

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Congratulations to Mayo AC member Sinéad DiverDiversion who continued her wonderful 2018 performances last week in Melbourne when she smashed her personal best time in the annual Zatopek 10,000 metres in 31:50.98 – finishing second behind Niiya Hitomi of Japan 31:32.50.

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“It was a fantastic performance and an exciting race to watch unfold” Sonia O’Sullivan tells the story of Sinéad Diver’s triumph in Melbourne. https://www.irishtimes.com/sport/other-sports/sonia-o-sullivan-preparation-key-as-sinéad-diver-romps-melbourne-marathon-1.3663088?mode=amp And listen to Sinéad’s post race interview; https://www.facebook.com/athsvic/posts/1949309402041952/

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