What a week it was for Ber Spillane who represented Ireland at the European Master Indoor Championships in Toruń, Poland. Ber opened up her week with the 60m on Tuesday going to the line with athletes from Poland, Germany, Bulgaria, Greece and Great Britain. Ber stormed out of the blocks to finish in 7th place in her heat with a time of 8.64. Ber had Wednesday to recover before she made the trip back to the arena to compete in the 200m on Thursday. Once again Ber ran excellently finishing in 5th place in her heat with a seasons best time of 29.29. This time put Ber 12th overall. To round off her week Ber took to the track once again in the 4x200m relay. Pipped on the line by 0.02 of a second Ber and the Irish team were agonisingly close to a medal, finishing 4th. So so close for the Irish ladies to a medal but, they claimed the Irish O35 ladies 4x200m indoor record in a time of 1.50.24. It is not everyday you can say you represented Ireland at a European championship never mind finishing 4th (relay), 11th (60m) and 12th (200m). Congrats to Ber, you are truly a role model for athletes of all ages to look up too. Well done and we are all so proud of you.