The Emerald AC athlete set three PBs on her way to winning the 100m gold, having ran out winner in the 100m hurdles the day before.
Limerick’s Sarah Lavin was in fantastic form at the 151st edition of the National Track and Field Championships last weekend, as she brought home two gold medals. The Emerald AC athlete set three PBs on her way to winning the 100m gold, having ran out winner in the 100m hurdles the day before.
Lavin recorded a lifetime best time of 11.53 as she claimed the 100m title, yet another fantastic achievement for the 29-year-old.
Just a month ago, Lavin fulfilled a life long ambition as she claimed the bronze medal for Ireland in the 100m hurdles at the European Games.
The athlete has already confirmed her qualification for the Paris Olympics next summer, and she will no doubt be hoping to keep up her top form ahead of the Games.
It will be consecutive Olympic Games appearances for Lavin, who represented Ireland at the 2020 Games in Tokyo, and the Limerick native was also a flagbearer for the team at the European Games.
Lavin failed to come home from Tokyo with silverware, but will be hoping she can return from Paris with something to show for all her efforts as she continues to improve.