Ireland have medalled at the championships in every year the biennial event has been held, except in 1999 and 2001.
Those barren years were preceded by the 1997 championships, in which Ireland won two golds. Colm McLean winning the 1500m and Ciara Sheehy the 200m.
Before this year, Ireland had won 7 golds at the championships with three coming over 1500m.
In 2011, Ireland had their biggest medal haul, winning silverware in 6 disciplines.
One athlete has won two individual medals at the same championships; in 2003, Colin Costello won silver in the 1500m and bronze in the 2000mSC.
In 2009, Christine McMahon also won two medals: a silver in the 400mH and a bronze as a member of the 4x100m team.
The women's 4x100m team is the only relay team to medal at these championships, following their bronze in 2009, they won gold in 2013.
The 1500m has been, by far, Ireland's most successful event at these championships. Before this year, Ireland picked up 9 medals over this distance; in Tbilisi, Kevin McGrath moved this total up to 10.
The 800m has been Ireland's second most successful event, with 5 medals being won in the history of the event.
In 2011, twins Megan and Ben both won medals in the 400mH. Ben winning and Megan taking bronze.
You can view the full list of Irish medallists, pre 2015, below.