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Why the Olympics was a triumph of technology

clock August 13, 2012 18:22 by author Alan Good
Alan Good looks at how social media and the glorious red button made watching London 2012 from afar an enjoyable experience [More]


Irish shortcomings warrant some tough questions

clock August 10, 2012 18:02 by author Irish Examiner Sports
With the finishing line in sight, we must ask whether it's worth persisting with what we've got or changing our focus to other sports, writes Joe Rafferty [More]


A lifetime of training comes down to this...

clock August 3, 2012 16:59 by author Irish Examiner Sports
With the Olympics taking to the track and field, Joe Rafferty gives his thoughts on the events you won't want to miss over the coming week [More]


So what can we expect from rowing at the Rio Olympics?

clock August 1, 2012 12:19 by author Ger McCarthy
Rowing's High Performance Director Martin McElroy didn't expect much from these Olympics, but he is excited about Irish talent at the next games [More]


Landed in London, let the chaos begin

clock July 24, 2012 12:04 by author Ger McCarthy
London has opened its heart to the Olympic Games ethos and despite a few problems, we should be in for a great month [More]


Irish sailing exceeding targets

clock April 13, 2012 11:02 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Irish Sailing Association chiefs are “optimistic” that they will have at least one more boat competing at the Olympics, despite having already attained its target representation of three. [More]


European title sinking in for Fionnuala

clock March 2, 2012 13:46 by author Brendan O'Brien
Fionnuala Britton on the Olympics, her European success and her to-do lise [More]




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