|David Gillick - Videos|
Watch David Gillick in action from heats to races. This section will also allow you to view some of David's fvourite videos from youtube and other websites.
David first ran for Ireland at the European Athletics U23 Championships in 2003, however it was not a successful international debut for him. At the 2004 IAAF World Indoor Championships David won a bronze medal as part of the Irish 4x400 metres relay team (along with Robert Daly, David McCarthy and Gary Ryan). Despite improving his personal best, he did not qualify for the 2004 Summer Olympics.
- 2007 - 400 metres - GOLD (European Indoor Championships)
- 2005 - 400 metres - GOLD (European Indoor Championships)
- Irish 400m record holder indoor and outdoor
- First Irish man under 45 seconds
- First Irish man to make a world final
- World Indoor bronze
- Double European Indoor Champion, 2005, 2007
- 2007 World Championship semi finalist
- 2008 Beijing Olympian
- 6th 400m 2009 World Championships
- 2010 World Indoor finalist
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