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Dublin: 12 °C Thursday 18 September, 2014

Other - Today’s News


Other - Yesterday’s News

We’ll Leave It There So: Annalise Murphy is going to Rio, Irish cricket gets some cash and the rest of the day’s sport

Also, Irish cricket received a boost and Aston Villa have gone crazy for Keano’s beard.

Breaking ball: Bryan Cranston has a new one-man show about baseball

Not really, but this is still really good.

Ireland’s Annalise Murphy qualifies for the 2016 Olympics

The Irish sailor will have a chance to improve on her fourth place finish at the 2012 Olympics.

Baseball stats guru Bill James to speak at Web Summit in Dublin

If you like your sports lathered in statistics, then James is your man.


Kerching! Irish cricket signs multi-million euro 10-year sponsorship deal with Indian investors

The multinational Indian conglomerate Shapoorji Pallonji Group is to make the investment.

Vikings suspend Adrian Peterson over child beating charges

Vikings suspend Adrian Peterson over child beating charges

Meanwhile the NFL players union is appealing Ray Rice’s indefinite suspension.

A tired mind can be just as troublesome as tired legs while training for a marathon

This week Aidan Curran discusses the mental side of running.

Melbourne FC unveil giant Jim Stynes statue

The bronze sculpture has been erected outside the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

From Irish man to run marathon in Amazon to raise money for teacher with cancer Brazil

Irish man to run marathon in Amazon to raise money for teacher with cancer

The former teacher of his nephew has been diagnosed with mixed cell lymphoma, a very rare form of cancer, and he’s hoping to help cover the cost of her treatment.

Other - Tuesday 16 September, 2014

Coaches Film: How Philip Rivers and Antonio Gates beat the league’s best defence

We break down our favourite play from the weekend’s NFL action.

Conor McGregor is getting six more RTÉ documentaries

The half-hour programmes will be aired from January.

Training Tech: 5 steps to losing your Man Boobs

A lot of men can handle having a belly, but from there on up is a much more sensitive subject.

Before you run, here’s eight important steps to keep in mind

It’s not quite as simple as one foot in front of the other but it’s not far off.

Goodfella Henry Hill first up in the new batch of 30 for 30 documentaries

Fittingly, Ray Liotta will narrate that one.

Horse racing trainer Oliver Brady has died at the age of 75 RIP

Horse racing trainer Oliver Brady has died at the age of 75

The popular Monaghan man had been battling cancer in recent years.

Fighting clergymen and knee to the groin knockouts – It’s the Christian MMA fight club

‘We will just be a couple of God fearing men punching each other in the face.’

Sproles rolls over Colts as Eagles claim win from 14 points down

The running back came up with the big plays as Chip Kelly’s Philly stay unbeaten.

The best money you can spend to improve your fitness

We speak to exercise physiologist Trevor Woods about the benefits of lactate tests.

Gael Monfils hits a magical aerial tweener in the Davis Cup

France booked their place in the final with Switzerland in style over the weekend.

Other - Monday 15 September, 2014

I’m not a child abuser, says reinstated NFL star Adrian Peterson

After being charged with injuring his four-year old son with the branch of a tree, the player could feature in the Minnesota Vikings’ next game.

We’ll Leave It There So: Horan hits out, Moyesy’s chips and the rest of today’s sport

Plus Cork’s camogie celebrations continue and some interesting stats about your breakfast.

NFL hands senior roles to domestic violence experts after latest controversies

The advisors will help shape policies relating to domestic violence and sexual assault.

Will we ever see Mayweather-Pacquiao? Floyd insists he’s ‘not ducking or dodging’

“If a Pacquiao fight presents itself then let’s make it happen.”


What training should you be doing three weeks out from Tough Mudder Ireland?

Pat Divilly is back to help you prepare ahead of the event on 4&5 October.

The Redzone: The NFL finally forced to confront its ugly side

The league will survive this week but it was hard to be a fan.

49ers pay the price for poking the Bears

There was drama aplenty in Sunday’s late game.

An Post rider crowned King of the Mountains at Tour of Britain

Dylan Van Baarle won the General Classification at the Tour of Britain, with Nicolas Roche fifth overall.

Other - Sunday 14 September, 2014

As it happened: NFL Week 2 Sunday night hangout

Join us for Falcons v Bengals, Chiefs v Broncos, and all the rest of tonight’s NFL action.

Sports Film of the Week: Facing Ali

Ten opponents from Muhammad Ali’s career open up about fighting The Greatest.

Contador makes it a Vuelta hat-trick as Dan Martin finishes seventh

It’s an incredible performance from the Irish cyclist.

Michael Owen’s horse was a shock winner of today’s big race at the Curragh

The inaugural Irish Champions Weekend wasn’t a whole pile of fun for Aidan O’Brien and the Ballydoyle folk.


From The Daily Edge The Colombian women’s cycling team are causing a stir with their unusual kit Never Nude

Some quarterback trickery the highlight of week three of college football

Dan Prescott and Jameon Lewis, take a bow.

10 steps to help you get through your first triathlon

If you’re serious about performing well across three disciplines come this way.

Cruyff on football’s lost values and Roger Goodell’s parental paradox; it’s the week’s best sportswriting

Also, the divisive Joey Barton talks Immanuel Kant while a NBA curiosity is remembered.

Mayweather outpoints Maidana to extend perfect record

Mayweather won the fight on all three scorecards.

Open Thread: Where is your favourite run in Ireland?

We want to hear where you like to stretch your legs.

We believe you Podge! It’s the sporting tweets of the week

Also featuring Brian O’Driscoll, Carl Frampton and Rory McIlroy.

‘I was unemployed and triathlon was the only thing I had’

We chat to Irish-based Czech athlete Tamara Maxantova about competing in the World Championships next month.

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