20 year old Israel Olatunde takes pride in delivering personal best in his biggest race.
The fastest Irishman in history Israel Olatunde is excited for what's to come in his sprinting career.
The Dundalk-native broke Paul Hession's long standing national 100 metre record in a time of 10 point 1-7 seconds in last night's final.
He came sixth in the race and was thrilled to go up against Europe's best sprinters:
Meanwhile, Thomas Barr has booked his place in tomorrow’s semi-finals of the 400-metres hurdles at the European Championships in Munich.
The Olympian won his heat this morning in 49-point-4-9 seconds to qualify fourth fastest overall.
Teenager Rhasidat Adeleke runs in the 400-metres final this evening.
But an injury has forced Kate O'Connor to withdraw from the heptathlon.