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Christopher O’Donnell was born on 17 May, 1998 in Sligo, Ireland.

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Age22 years old
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Born17 May 1998
Birthday17 May
BirthplaceSligo, Ireland
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Christopher O’Donnell Height, Weight & Measurements

At 22 years old, Christopher O’Donnell height is 1.83 m and Weight 70 kg.

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Height1.83 m
Weight70 kg
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He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don’t have much information about He’s past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.

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Christopher O’Donnell Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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2020

Ahead of the 2020 season, O’Donnell would return to Loughborough to be coached by former GB youth International Michael Baker.

2018

That winter he moved his training base to the highly-reputable Loughborough University under the guidance of Nick Dakin, who had previously coached Irish record holder David Gillick, where he would train full-time alongside studying for a degree in Sport and Exercise Science on a sports scholarship. In 2018 O’Donnell won his first national senior title in the 400 metres, and represented Ireland in his first senior major Championships at the European Championships in Berlin in the 400m and 4x400m relay. In July 2019, following disappointment at the European U23 Championships and failing to improve on his personal best times under Dakin, O’Donnell returned to Sligo to be coached by Gaynor again on an interim basis until the end of the season. From there he ended the season with four consecutive seasons bests, concluding with an equal personal best. Firstly, he successfully defended his national senior 400m title before finishing 2nd and 3rd in the 400m and 4x400m respectively at the European Team Championships in Sandnes, where he was an integral part in helping Ireland remain in the First League. He then equalled his personal best of 46.54 from 2017, finishing runner-up in the Brussels Grand Prix.

2016

In 2016 he was prolific at national underage level, winning the indoor and outdoor U19 and U20 400m, along with the outdoor U19 200m, beating the Championship record with a time of 21.59 (+0.7) which is still standing. He also still holds the Ulster schools 400m record of 48.57 which was achieved on his way to winning his first senior schools 400m title. He was also part of the national U20 4x400m winning team with his club. In 2017 he successfully defended his indoor U20 400m title along with the senior schools title, where he was 0.12 seconds off the record. That summer seen a big breakthrough over 400m where he won his race at the IFAM International in Oordegem in 46.92, which was an ‘A’ standard for the European U20 Championships in Grosseto. The Sligo athlete competed magnificently at the Championships, comfortably winning his heat before winning a competitive semi-final in a personal best time. He again beat his personal best in the final, finishing 6th in 46.54, which is currently the Irish U20 record. He gained his first senior International vest that year, finishing 2nd in the 4x400m relay at the European Team Championships First League in Vaasa.

2014

In 2014, coached by former Irish International athlete Roddy Gaynor, O’Donnell earned his first International vest at the SIAB Schools International in Cardiff, competing in the 100 metres and the 4×100 metres relay. In the relay he was part of the silver-medal winning team which finished with a time one-hundredth of a second outside of the Irish U18 record. He went on to gain another International call up that year, competing in the same events at the Celtic Games U18 International in Dublin, winning two silver medals. He won three national titles that year in the U17 category in the 100m and 200m, narrowly missing out on the Championship records in both events outdoors. In 2015, O’Donnell had his first taste of the 400 metres, and despite finishing runner-up in the national U18 indoors, his time of 50.25 was under the previous Championship record held by Brian Gregan. He went on to go one better in the outdoor equivalent, while smashing the previous record with a time of 48.70 which still stands to this day. He won double gold at the Celtic Games U18 International in the 400m and 4x400m in Grangemouth.

2012

Born in Sligo, Christopher O’Donnell grew up primarily as a football player, representing his local side Benbulben FC and the Sligo/Leitrim Youth Schoolboys League. Operating mainly as a winger, O’Donnell was selected to represent the Sligo/Leitrim Youth Schoolboys League at the prestigious SFAI Kennedy Cup tournament in Limerick in June 2012. Described as a ‘formerly deft underage footballer’, his raw speed on the football pitch was gaining attention and was encouraged to start competing in track and field sprint events for his local club North Sligo AC. He attempted to juggle both sports for a couple of years before eventually deciding to focus his efforts full-time on track and field at the age of 16 in 2015.

1998

Christopher O’Donnell (born 17 May 1998) is an Irish track and field athlete competing in sprinting events. He is the current Irish U20 record holder in the 400 metres, with a time of 46.54, set on 22 July 2017 at the European U20 Championships, where he finished 6th in the final. He is the current Irish senior champion over 400 metres, winning back-to-back titles in 2018 and 2019.