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Dublin: 11 °C Tuesday 2 September, 2014

Other - Today’s News

From The Daily Edge Think the gym is tough? Check out this bonkers Russian street workout Man Of Steel

We’ll leave it there so: Munster address leak, McGinley picks wildcards and today’s sport

Elsewhere, Dublin pay tribute to Anthony Daly, Martin O’Neill and Roy Keane visit Temple Street Hospital and Jordi Murphy is out of the November internationals.

An NFL player got a tattoo on his face to keep himself from ever getting a normal job NFL

Where will Falcao and Blind fit in at Manchester United?

The Colombia international provides Louis van Gaal with a selection headache in attack, while Blind’s versatility gives the Dutchman options to rotate in defence and midfield.

This teeny tiny linebacker glitch is the best thing about Madden 15

If you look really close, you can just about see 6′ 2″, 235 lb tough tackler Christian Kirksey.

Marathon training? Make sure to try another race first, you never know what you might find

This experienced runner has some top tips if you’re planing on going the distance any time soon.

Other - Yesterday’s News

9 examples of WWE CEO Vince McMahon’s unreal work ethic

The controversial billionaire wrestling promoter turned 69 recently.

We’ll leave it there so: United woo Falcao, Jonny breaks his jaw and all today’s sport

Will also have news from the Ireland football camp and reaction to the weekend’s GAA.

Kick-start your fitness plan this week with some spicy chickpea burgers

Here’s a meal idea to help get your plans back on track tonight.

Croke Park Classic has a bright future… with the right teams

There’s no reason Ireland can’t become the home of college football in Europe.


Sanogo struggles highlight why Wenger must sign a striker on deadline day

The transfer window closes on Monday night and Arsenal looked short of killer instinct in front of goal with the young Frenchman leading the line against Leicester City

Other - Sunday 31 August, 2014

Sports Film Of The Week: The Rivalry

After a weekend when college football came to town, take a look at one of its biggest rivalries.

Brilliant behind-the-back catch the highlight of college football’s opening weekend

We take a look at some of our favourite plays from Saturday’s action.

American football captures Dublin’s imagination at Croke Park Classic

Check out all the best photographs from an entertaining afternoon of football at GAA HQ.

From Gallery: See what has become of these Olympic host cities after the games left town Photography

How’s it hanging Rory? It’s the sporting tweets of the week

The current World Number One golfer meets the former President of the United States plus more shenanigans.

Ireland’s toughest ultra-cycle starts today, here’s where they’re headed

Just in case you fancy lending your support or a bed to the mad men.

First openly gay NFL draftee Michael Sam released by Rams

All NFL teams had to reach the 53-man NFL limit by Saturday ahead of next week’s season openers.

Other - Saturday 30 August, 2014

Penn State win the Croke Park Classic in thrilling fashion

A last-gasp field goal gave Penn State a 26-24 win over UCF.

Why can’t every sports team owner be like Bill Murray?

The legendary comedian checked tickets at his baseball team’s game last week.

Peyton Manning gets fined for taunting, calls it ‘money well spent’ NFL

Peyton Manning gets fined for taunting, calls it ‘money well spent’

the Denver QB wasn’t happy with a hit on Wes Welker.

UFC 177: Barao stunningly pulls out of headline fight with Dillishaw

Joe Soto now gets an unexpected title shot on his UFC debut.

‘After cycling 1100 miles, what’s another 250?’ An expert’s guide to surviving the Race Around Ireland

Donncha Cuttriss has completed the ultra-cycle three times. Here, he explains how it’s done.

James McGee: Ireland’s top tennis player relives his US Open dream come true Ace

James McGee: Ireland’s top tennis player relives his US Open dream come true

27-year-old Dubliner qualified for the main draw at the US Open in New York this week.

UCF Knights should slay Nittany Lions in Croke Park Classic

The Florida team’s attack will be too much for their more illustrious rivals at headquarters today.

5 GAA stars who could make it in the NFL

Could Star be the new Gronk or Lee Keegan the new Russell Wilson?

Frampton: Kiko might be world champ – but he can’t handle the trash talk

Belfast’s Carl Frampton is counting down to the biggest night of his unbeaten career.

Other - Friday 29 August, 2014

This is what would happen if Sean O’Brien played American football

This high school football player is an even bigger wrecking ball than the Leinster flanker.

We’ll Leave it there so: Mayo go again, Granny Rulers and all today’s sport

It’s Croke Park Classic weekend. Let’s hustle.

Snapshot: UCF hope for luck of the Irish with unique Croke Park Classic helmet

Four leaf clovers and a pot of gold are the new black.


Cricketer Ed Joyce reflects on the reasons for his switch from England to Ireland

The 35-year-old star said he “always would have preferred” to represent his birth country.

A 103-year old man has challenged Usain Bolt to a 100m race

Hidekichi Miyazaki is the fastest centenarian in the world.

USC’s week takes another twist as player quits team, calls coach a racist on Instagram

Anthony Brown says he had been treated like a slave.

Trying to stay fit? Don’t just count calories, count proteins

Here’s the third in our series of good nutrition habits: eat a complete protein at every meal.

KitKats and leprechauns: Memories of the 1996 Croke Park American football game

Saturday’s game won’t be the first time Croke Pak has hosted an American football game.

Other - Thursday 28 August, 2014

We’ll Leave It There So: Liverpool get Real, Dubs injury news and the rest of today’s sport

Sean O’Brien, Caroline Wozniacki, Jack Grealish and Jerry Flannery were also in the news as well.

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