Published Tuesday, 24 July 2012
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The 19-year-old had appealed after she was left out of the team, and Kilkenny-born athlete Catriona Cuddihy was set to travel to London.
Mill's appeal had been based on a number of factors, including her personal best of 54.41sec compared to Cuddihy's slower season best of 54.59sec.
The panel upheld the Ballyclare teen's petition, but days later Cuddihy launched a counter-appeal with the Athletics Ireland Appeal Panel in Dublin.
I would rather be running faster and not be going than be running slower just to get a place to go.
Cuddihy's original selection was based on a number of different criteria, including experience at major championships, and her appeal against Mills' inclusion at her expense was upheld by an Athletics Ireland Appeal Panel (AIAP) in Dublin.
A statement read: "The Tribunal in reviewing the selection criteria and the AIAP decision found that it did not agree with the AIAP conclusions. The Tribunal found that the selectors did follow and apply the selection policy outlined in the Relay Programme and did so with diligence and acumen.
"Based on these findings the Tribunal upheld the appeal of Catriona Cuddihy, and her original nomination to the OCI as an athlete on the Women's 4 x 400m relay is reinstated."
Mills could still take her appeal to the CAS, but said she needs more time to think through her options.
"It has been disappointing the way the whole process has been handled," she explained.
"It's only made me more hungry to compete at an Olympic Games. Hopefully next time it will be a bit more of a clear cut decision."