Mona McSharry says it’s a "dream come true" to have booked her place at this summer’s Olympics.
The Tennessee-based Sligo swimmer who has close connections with the Marlins club in Ballyshannon was among a quartet to achieve qualifying times for Tokyo at this week’s National Team Trials in Dublin.
McSharry shaved more than half a second off her own Irish record in the 100-metres breaststroke and she's hoping to qualify in the 200-metres too
Wow! Watch back as Mona McSharry lowers the 100m Breaststroke National Record for a second time yesterday 🤯
Swimming the time she needs for Tokyo 2021 consideration twice in one day...✨✨✨✨✨🇮🇪
— Swim Ireland (@swimireland) April 21, 2021