Aoife Cooke: The Olympics is the pinnacle for every athlete. For it to be within grasping distance is huge 

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The 14-minute personal best Aoife Cooke ran on the afternoon of the Dublin marathon a fortnight ago - she was the first Irish woman home in 2.32.34 - would have been enough to get her onto the start line at any previous Olympic Games.
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