Ulster Camogie issued a statement this afternoon regarding coverage of the recent Ulster GAA Poc Fada competition, but many commentators feel it didn’t address the central issue.full story
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has upheld Tom Brady’s four-game suspension.
Hint Of A Tint gave trainer David Wachman another big-race winner with victory in the Topaz Mile Handicap at Galway.
Jen Welter is thought to be the first female coach hired by the NFL.
The Australia captain suffered an embarrassing slip of the tongue in his press conference today.
If you didn’t see it unfold live on RTÉ and Twitter yesterday evening - the #AskTed hashtag started by the station rapidly descended into farce.
Irish cyclist Ciaran Kelly has received a four year ban from the Irish Sports Council after testing positive for the banned substance clenbuterol.
Can’t decide whether or not to grow a beard? This guy’s got the answer.
Armagh swimmer Sarah Jane Johnston doubled her medal haul at the Special Olympic Games in Los Angeles today - bringing the Irish total up to four medals after just two days of competition.
Posting on her Instagram account, the heptathlete confirmed she was putting herself forward for what will be a first major tournament since her return to competition after the birth of her son, Reggie
On the first day of the Galway Races, jockeys will be feeling a bit better after the support of a young Sligo boy.
“I always dreamt one day I would win this race but I can’t believe it’s happened.”
Tour de France winner Chris Froome could look to double up on Grand Tours this year and race the Vuelta a Espana which starts in August.
Irish U23’s Russell White and Chris Mintern were in action over the weekend at the U23 European Triathlon Championships in Banyoles, Spain.
Formula One rookie Max Verstappen will now set his sights on passing his driving test after finishing fourth in Sunday’s eventful Hungarian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton remains on course to win back-to-back Formula One championships despite what he described as one of his “worst performances in a long time” at the eventful Hungarian Grand Prix.
Team Ireland are blazing a trail in Los Angeles, winning three medals – one silver and two bronze with a host of personal bests achieved.
Froome vowed to always honour the Tour de France yellow jersey after clinching his second title.
And it was incredibly fitting that the Hungarian Grand Prix was the race of the season so far.
Ireland claimed third place in the ICC World Twenty20 qualifiying play-off against Hong Kong despite no action taking place at Malahide on Sunday.
Michelle Obama has welcomed thousands of athletes to the Special Olympic World Games in Los Angeles.
Lewis Hamilton will start from pole position for the Hungarian Grand Prix after his sizzling form showed no sign of relenting in the searing Budapest heat.
Mark Cavendish on Sunday faces a fierce examination of his durability as the world’s fastest cyclist on the Paris boulevard he once dominated.
Chad Campbell surged to the top of the leaderboard at the RBC Canadian Open after the Texan fired a nine-under-par 63 at Glen Abbey.
Lewis Hamilton has accused Formula One observers of failing to appreciate the dangers which come with top-level motor racing.
88 Irish athletes and their 40 coaches have arrived in Los Angeles ahead of the 2015 Special Olympic World Games.
Usain Bolt blew away any fears about his fitness and fired a major warning to Justin Gatlin.
Chris Froome was seething with defending champion Vincenzo Nibali after Stage 19.
We know there’s been a lot of “next Usain Bolts” but this one looks like he could be the real deal. For serious.
The South Africa bowler had to find other ways to keep himself busy when the cricket was rained off.
The seven-day Galway Racing Festival begins on Monday evening with record prize money available for both the Galway Plate and Galway Hurdle.
Our favourite thing about this story is that this is the third time Robert Allenby has sacked a caddie mid-round.
Cycling journalist Paul Kimmage has taken to twitter to vent his frustrations over the cancelation of a BBC Newsnight interview on Chris Froome last night.
Sergio Perez walked away unscathed from a high-speed crash in today’s opening practice session for the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Katie Taylor has responded to the views of Billy Joe Saunders who said women should not be boxing, but "are there for sex" instead.
Romain Bardet was victorious on stage 18 of the Tour de France as Chris Froome maintained his commanding advantage to move a step closer to a second title in Paris on Sunday.
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg resume their rivalry as As Formula One attempts to move on from the death of Jules Bianchi.
Usain Bolt has revealed his sympathy for Mo Farah following the doping allegations surrounding his coach and told him to not let them affect his racing.
SPIN South West opened up a real can of worms on their Facebook page yesterday when it posted a screenshot of a conversation between a boyfriend and girlfriend about changing plans for sporting reasons.
Dermot Weld has been dubbed the ‘King of Ballybrit’ and his horses will be well supported by punters throughout the week.
Captioned “the most important nine months of a woman’s life”, the image shows a female player cradling a gaelic football as if it was a pregnancy bump.
“I’ve seen the pictures and he’s got to turn towards the flag like everybody else has and he recognises that.”
Louis van Gaal has confirmed Manchester United are in the process of recruiting a new striker.
The 25-year-old, who had been tipped to be a future world champion, never regained conciousness after he hit a recovery vehicle head-on at a race in October.
“I didn’t do this to garner attention or notice. If people disagree, they are entitled to do so."
An 88-strong Irish contingent have left Dublin this morning to represent the country in the Special Olympics World Summer Games in Los Angeles.
The fitness magazine unveiled a plus-size model on its front page, inspiring women of all shapes and sizes to put on those running shoes.