Olympics

Simone Biles Pulls Out Of Olympic Title Defence To Focus On Mental Health

Simone Biles won't defend her all-around gymnastics Olympic title to focus on her mental well-being.

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Day 5: Rowing Four Claim Bronze To Make History For Team Ireland

Ireland's rowing four of Aifric Keogh, Eimear Lambe, Fiona Murtagh and Emily Hegarty won bronze for Ireland at the Tokyo…

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Ellen Walshe: Down To The Wire For Olympic Qualification

In early 2020, 18 year old Ellen Walshe etched her name into history books. She became the first Irish woman…

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Day 4: McSharry Fastens 8th In Her First Olympic Final And Two Top Ten Finishs For Annalise Murphy

In the last 24 hours Mona McSharry made history in swimming, Carolyn Hayes picked up 23rd in the women’s triathlon…

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One Fight Won’t Define Me

Two-time Commonwealth and European Games medallist Michaela Walsh may not have had the Olympic Games she was dreaming of but…

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Day 4: McSharry Breaks Ireland’s 25 Year Wait For Olympic Swim Final

Sligo’s Mona McSharry has become the first Irish swimmer in 25 years to reach an Olympic Swimming Final.

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Making A Splash At The Olympic Games

Sligo’s Mona McSharry is currently making her Olympic debut and will look to book her place in an Olympic Final…

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Day 3: Mona McSharry Into The Semi-Finals On Olympic Debut

Sligo's Mona McSharry is through to the 100M Breastroke semi-final after posting the 9th fastest time in the heats. McSharry…

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Day 3: Three Boats Progress To Semis & Murphy Up To 23rd

Sanita Puspure, Monika Dukarska Aileen Crowley. Margaret Cremen and Aoife Casey have all progressed to the semi-finals in their respective…

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I’m Aware That We Are Apart Of Something Very Special

Aileen Crowley is one half of the Irish Rowing Pair. She competes alongside fellow Killorglin teammate, Monika Dukarska at the…

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