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Other - Monday 5 June, 2017

Betting on races already run? Tracks eye new source of cash

Would you place a bet a race in which you didn’t know who the horses are?

In pictures: Thousands turn out for Women's Mini Marathon in Dublin

Over 30,000 people took part in this year’s event.

The Galway man running -- and organising -- the world's most amazing races

If you’ve read about an interesting race somewhere, Richard Donovan is very likely to have been the organiser.

Andy Murray pays tribute to victims of UK terror attacks after progressing in French Open

Murray defeated Karen Khachanov in the fourth round of the tournament today.

From TheJournal.ie Expect road closures in south Dublin - the Mini Marathon is about to kick off Ready To Go

Expect road closures in south Dublin - the Mini Marathon is about to kick off

35,000 women are expected to take part – making it the largest female event of its kind in the world.

Curry serves up a storm as Golden State go 2-0 against the Cavs in the NBA Finals

Steph Curry had his first career triple double with 32 points.

A definitive ranking of the best sports computer games ever made

Disagree? You’re wrong.

Other - Sunday 4 June, 2017

3 things Cleveland can do in Game Two to stop the Warriors dominating again

Will it be another easy win for the Golden State Warriors?

It's Sunday so here are 10 of our favourite images from the sporting week

Here’s how the last seven sporting days looked through a lens.

From TheJournal.ie American wins 11th Cork City Marathon Chris Macko

American wins 11th Cork City Marathon

Twenty four different countries and 47 nationalities were represented.

He's back! McIlroy declares himself fit for US Open

Having skipped the Memorial Tournament in a bid to put a rib issue behind him, McIlroy has no intention of missing this month’s Major.

Nadal matches Federer's record at French Open as he powers into quarters

The Spaniard made light work of Roberto Bautista Agut.

Son of former Dublin manager produces stunning comeback win at French Open Remember The Name This post contains videos

Son of former Dublin manager produces stunning comeback win at French Open

Simon Carr lost the first set 6-0 but won the next two to advance to the second round.

'There's no greater joy as a parent': Family comes first for Mickelson as he skips US Open

It’s the only Major he hasn’t won, but Phil will instead attend his daughter’s graduation.

From TheJournal.ie It just sold a stadium for €23 million - but there are warnings the greyhound industry is 'in danger' Caught In The Traps

It just sold a stadium for €23 million - but there are warnings the greyhound industry is 'in danger'

The sale of Harold’s Cross came after a 2014 government report that recommended that it be sold.

Madrid champions, Carlow's battle call and more in the sporting tweets of the week

Plus Bohemians’ welcome call and Fergie’s post-match chat with the boy Ronaldo.

Kyrie's flat world, Cork Hibs, homicide in Cleveland and all this week's best sportswriting

Get some longreads into your long weekend.

Other - Saturday 3 June, 2017

How many punches did Ali take? New book counts them all Ali

How many punches did Ali take? New book counts them all

It’s the one-year anniversary of Ali’s death today.

From TheJournal.ie 'We don't see ourselves as national treasures' - but O'Donovans bring joy to Bloom crowd Gary And Paul

'We don't see ourselves as national treasures' - but O'Donovans bring joy to Bloom crowd

Rowing brothers Gary and Paul delight in good food, getting out on the lake – and getting home to Skib.

I wouldn't be involved in preparing Conor for this fight if I didn't think he could win

John Kavanagh discusses Conor McGregor’s potential clash with Floyd Mayweather in his latest column.

'Quotas only come in when every other avenue has been examined and found lacking'

Clare Balding was in Dublin earlier this week speaking about gender diversity in working organisations.

Other - Friday 2 June, 2017

Know your sport? Take our weekly quiz

Lions, Championship, Champions League, League of Ireland – we dare you to get 10/10.

It's a tarp! Freak accident with court covers forces French Open withdrawal

David Goffin will leave Roland Garros.

'He inspired all of us': Kaymer posts video calling for stop to 'nasty' Tiger criticism Tiger This post contains videos

'He inspired all of us': Kaymer posts video calling for stop to 'nasty' Tiger criticism

“I find it so nasty,” the German said on Twitter.

From TheJournal.ie Sale of iconic Harold's Cross greyhound stadium for €23m gets go-ahead Past The Post

Sale of iconic Harold's Cross greyhound stadium for €23m gets go-ahead

The 89-year-old stadium shut in February and a school will be built on the site.

Everyone fell in love with Juan Martin Del Potro a little more after this sporting moment Ace

Cavs coach Lue: Warriors best I've ever seen

The Cleveland Cavaliers lost 113-91 on Thursday and Lue heaped praise on his rivals.

Durant and Curry prove too hot for the Cavs in Game One of the NBA Finals

A 13-0 start to the second half sealed the game for the Dubs.

Other - Thursday 1 June, 2017

Brilliant news for Ireland's Natalya Coyle as she receives Olympics boost

The modern pentathlete has retrospectively been awarded a sixth-place finish at the Rio Games.

The New York Mets apologise after mascot gives fans the 'middle finger'

Mr Met had a tough day at the office last night.

Navratilova wants Margaret Court Arena renamed as she slams controversial tennis great

Court was described as “a racist and a homophobe” by the former world number one.

LeBron James responds to racist graffiti on home: 'being black in America is tough'

The Cavs star spoke eloquently about the incident.

Other - Wednesday 31 May, 2017

Conlan set to assist McGregor with preparations for Mayweather

McGregor was with Conlan’s when the Olympic medallist made his professional debut at Madison Square Garden.

'Having to pick yourself out of the rubble every time you have a setback - of course it's tiring'

Beyond The Baseline follows Irish tennis pro Sam Barry as he navigates the loneliness and relentless grind of life on the circuit.

'I was sitting next to Margaret Court and I was so tempted to say that I was married to my wife'

The renowned sports broadcaster was responding to Court’s controversial comments about homosexuality.

NBA Finals 2017: The five biggest differences as Cavs and Warriors reunite

What makes the upcoming 2017 NBA Finals different from last year’s series?

Sport Ireland chief makes funding warning amid Irish boxing row

John Treacy has called on the Irish Amateur Boxing Association to resolve its problems swiftly.

Former star Margaret Court says tennis is 'full of lesbians'

The 24-time Grand Slam champion great also claimed transgender children were the work of “the devil”.

Three sessions, 4000 calories and 'way too much time' spent in the gym: A day in the life of Ireland's Fittest Man

Top Crossfit athlete Jamie Headon discusses his training regime and nutrition plan as he prepares for the Meridian Regionals.

Other - Tuesday 30 May, 2017

'I feel bad for Tiger... he needs our help'

Woods was the subject of sincere words of support from the legendary Jack Nicklaus following his arrest.