Frank O'Mara (born 17 July 1960 in Limerick, graduated from St Munchin's College in 1977) is a retired Irish runner who specialized in the 1500 and 3000 metres. He became World Indoor Champion in 3000 m twice, but never achieved the same success on the outdoor track.
He ran collegiately for the University of Arkansas where he won the 1500 meter run at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in 1983. O'mara continued to work for three years as an assistant coach for the University of Arkansas Track and Cross Country teams when the program won their first NCAA Triple Crown.
He is the former CEO of AWCC, a subsidiary of Atlantic Tele-Network which was acquired by AT&T in 2013.
|1985||European Indoor Championships||Piraeus, Greece||4th||3000 m||8:11.11|
|1986||European Championships||Stuttgart, West Germany||8th||1500 m||3:42.90|
|1987||World Indoor Championships||Indianapolis, United States||1st||3000 m||8:03.32|
|World Championships||Rome, Italy||9th||5000 m||13:32.04|
|1989||World Indoor Championships||Budapest, Hungary||5th||3000 m||7:52.21|
|1990||European Championships||Split, Yugoslavia||24th (h)||5000 m||13:59.44|
|1991||World Indoor Championships||Seville, Spain||1st||3000 m||7:41.14|
|1994||European Championships||Helsinki, Finland||13th||5000 m||13:58.75|
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