Sports

Changing the Game with Women’s Sports

“We could see - as sports fans, parents, people in the world - the huge difference that female players, women's games and girls teams received. Our culture was so deeply ingrained with this long-term sublimina...

Unusual Sports to Try in College

If you’re like me (the least sporty person around) but are looking to remedy this in college, Irish third levels offer some unusual and exciting sports. Open to all levels of experience, the clubs provide full...

Strange Endorsements

You must have been living under a rock for the last eight years if you haven’t heard of Emily Ratajkowski. She burst onto Irish screens everywhere in Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines music video and has made sever...

Landmark deal announced for Women’s Super League

Sky Sports has announced a landmark three-year deal to become the primary broadcaster of the Women’s Super League from September 2021. The games are currently shown on BT Sports and FA player. This deal mea...

John Hutchinson: The Irishman Coaching A UFC Champion

John Hutchinson has been coaching Petr Yan since the beginning of the Russian’s UFC career and will corner him for his first title defence against Aljamain Sterling this weekend. Neither of them started out...

Fitness if You’re on a Student Budget

Between classes, exams, assignment and friends, college students can have enough trouble finding the time to sleep, let alone exercise. Now that gyms are closed and walks are getting kind of boring, here are s...

Katie Taylor’s Most Admirable Moments

Professional boxer Katie Taylor has been named RTÉ Sportsperson of the Year 2020 over the weekend. This is the Bray sweetheart’s second time, having received the award in 2012 following the London Olympics....

Sports Team of the Week: Fermanagh

You could be forgiven for expecting to see the Dublin and Mayo men’s Senior Football teams at the top of this list. The familiar pairing beat Cavan and Tipperary respectively over the weekend, putting a pin in...

Tipperary and Cavan Celebrate Momentous Victories

They say that history is written by the winners. This is true today for Cavan and Tipperary as their victories on Friday add another chapter to the illustrious story of the G.A.A. 100 years ago on Sunday th...