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NUI Maynooth

NameNUI Maynooth
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Map of NUI Maynooth

Meets held at NUI Maynooth
DateChampionshipHostResultsRacesAthletesNote
19th Nov 2016RoadIUAAView2237 
14th Nov 2015RoadIUAAView2270This was a new course. Each lap was 1670m and the first leg runner ran an extra 183m from the start line to the finish line.
15th Nov 2014RoadIUAAView2235 
23rd Nov 2013RoadIUAAView2242 
17th Nov 2012RoadIUAAView2206 
12th Nov 2011RoadNUIMView2217 
13th Nov 2010RoadNUIMView2212 
14th Nov 2009RoadNUIMView2227 
15th Nov 2008RoadIUAAView2175 
17th Nov 2007RoadIUAAView2177 
18th Nov 2006RoadNUIMView2157 
19th Nov 2005RoadNUIMView2187 
20th Nov 2004RoadNUIMView2174 
22nd Nov 2003RoadNUIMView2214 
16th Nov 2002RoadNUIMView2175 
7th Nov 2001RoadNUIMView2130 
12th Nov 2000RoadNUIMView2130 
13th Nov 1999RoadNUIMView2162 
21st Nov 1998RoadNUIMView22 
22nd Nov 1997RoadNUIMView222 
23rd Nov 1996RoadNUIMView227 
25th Nov 1995RoadIUAAView29 
27th Nov 1993RoadNUIMView233 
28th Nov 1992RoadNUIMView26 
1st Mar 1992RoadIUAAView15Exact date unknown
1st Mar 1991RoadIUAAView17Exact date unknown
1st Feb 1988RoadNUIMView219Exact date unknown
7th Feb 1987RoadNUIMView23The hallowed precincts of Maynooth College were disturbed by the patter of fast feet on Saturday February 7th when the first Inter-varsity Road Relays were held there. The Relays provided a winning double for TCE. In the Womens' event - 1-2-2-1 miles - only Thomond, UCG and Maynooth fielded teams. Thomond took first and third, the "A" team's winning margin over UCG being 97 secs. UCD and TCD did not participate. The Mens' relay of 1-2-3-2-1 miles was also won by Thomond College with a winning margin of 88 secs over the UCD "A" and TCD "A" teams. Twelve mens' teams took part, including teams from the Incorporated Law Society and Rathmines College of Commerce.
6th Mar 1982IUAA XCNUIMView2112 
6th Mar 1976IUAA XCNUIMView2114 
20th Feb 1971IUAA XCUCDView277The Belfield - Maynooth debacle. The Women's and Men's events were held the same day, but at different venues. At the last minute the religious authorities at St Patrick's College Maynooth refused permission for the women's race to be held. The UCC Women's team, having travelled to Maynooth, did not make the start of the race at Belfield due to transport difficulties. They asked in vain for the start of the race to be held, but the organisers decided to run the race at the designated time. The tension between religious decorum and sport gave rise to derisory newspaper headlines such as 'Maynooth Goes Stag'. There was much speculation at the time of these championships that the N.I.A.A.A. and the B.A.A.B. had banned Q.U.B. from competing. However Queen's had not sought permission to compete as they were required to do, allegedly because they felt they would be refused permission in light of the then 'frosty' relations between B.L.E. and the N.I.A.A.A. All the University clubs in Ireland had to affiliated to their official National governing bodies. An Irish Universities Championship in which all the Universities were represented was an "international" contest held under the rules of the I.A.A.F. member in whose geographical area the event took place. The clubs from outside that area were required to apply under I.A.A.F. rules to compete in such contests through their own I.A.A.F. member.