Irish athlete Phil Healy has broken the Irish 100m record clocking a time of 11.28 at a graded meeting in Santry this evening. The Cork native beat Ailis McSweeney and Amy Foster's time by .12 of a second.
Have a look at her record breaking run below:
100m Irish Record for Phil Healy 11.28 (Wind 2.0) pic.twitter.com/Uct0Au3yED
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Healy will be running at an elite international meeting in Geneva this weekend, where she plans to run in her specialist events, the 200m and the 400m.
The 23-year-old posted her delight at the record on Twitter in the aftermath of the race, as she looks forward to AtletiCAGenève this weekend:
Thrilled to break the @irishathletics National Record tonight In Dublin with 11.28 ?? Topped off with a 400m outdoor pb of 52.63, straight after. Onto @atleticageneve this weekend. All thanks to the man with the plan, Coach @mcwexford??pic.twitter.com/ZUgEw7CnYF
— Phil Healy (@philhealy2) June 6, 2018