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Dublin: 12 °C Tuesday 21 February, 2017

Other - Thursday 2 February, 2017

Gavan Hennigan completes 5000km solo row across the Atlantic Ocean

He came third and broke Irish records.

Roger Goodell avoids talking about Trump as his antics dominate Super Bowl build-up

And Tom Brady asked: “what’s going on in the world?”

Other - Wednesday 1 February, 2017

We'll Leave It There So: GAA accounts, Schools Rugby upsets and all of today's sport

Miss any of today’s sport? Catch up right here.

Sydney to host new Flat event which will be richest turf race in the world

The winnings for ‘The Everest’ will eclipse those of the Melbourne Cup.

'I'm going to raise the tricolour high': Galway man to make history after 7 weeks rowing the Atlantic alone

Gavan Hennigan is approaching Antigua with a world record in his sights.

Olympian Fionnuala McCormack's tips for any runner hoping to compete a 5k this year

Trust us, she knows what she’s talking about.

Women's relay team the latest Russian athletes to be stripped of Olympic medals

Antonina Krivoshapka has been disqualified from the London Olympics.

OCI reverse decision to ban media from presidential elections

The Olympic Council of Ireland elections have traditionally been open to the press.

Snooker legend Jimmy White 'loses everything' in flat fire

The six-time World Championship runner-up’s cue was in his car.

Other - Tuesday 31 January, 2017

We'll Leave It There So: Ireland injury issues, Premier League deadline day and today's sport Tuesday This post contains videos

We'll Leave It There So: Ireland injury issues, Premier League deadline day and today's sport

Meanwhile, Sigerson Cup gets under way, LeBron James loses his cool, and injury forces Connacht rugby player into early retirement.

'I'm not going to let him disrespect my legacy': LeBron savages 'hater' Barkley

Barkley questioned the four-time MVP’s leadership as the Cleveland Cavaliers chase back-to-back titles.

New emails suggest Sebastian Coe 'aware' of Russian doping

The IAAF president has been accused of misleading British lawmakers.

Other - Monday 30 January, 2017

Post-mortem finds Many Clouds's death not linked to an underlying condition

The 2015 Aintree Grand National winner suffered a huge internal haemorrhage.

We'll Leave It There So: Gibson seals move, Sexton on track and today's sport Monday This post contains videos

We'll Leave It There So: Gibson seals move, Sexton on track and today's sport

Meanwhile, MMA star Aisling Daly is forced to retire from the sport, English prop makes miraculous recovery and the draw for the fifth round of the FA Cup has been made.

Lance Armstrong and Team Sky deny ever using hidden bike motors to cheat

CBS report shines a light on the possibility of motorised cheating in pro cycling.

From rookie to accidental hero: Irish starlet seizes her chance to win Big Bash League

It was a dream few weeks for Kim Garth Down Under.

Fire crews tackle early-morning blaze at Man United's Old Trafford stadium

The club say nobody was hurt.

Other - Sunday 29 January, 2017

'I've cried more times over injuries in the last number of years than anything else'

Jessie Barr has seen her promising career interrupted by a succession of injuries but she’s hoping to return in 2017.

It's Sunday, so here are 12 of our favourite sporting images of the week

Here’s how all the action of the last seven days looked through the camera lens.

Untouchable Glanmire make it four-in-a-row as National Cup is Cork-bound again

Ulster Rockets, BFG Neptune and DCU Mercy were also succesful in the National Basketball Arena today.

Strength-based thinking can help you build self-esteem and perform better

Mental skills coach Jason Brennan’s latest column details the process of SBT.

A slight hint at retirement and utmost praise for Nadal: Federer's classy acceptance speech Class This post contains videos

A slight hint at retirement and utmost praise for Nadal: Federer's classy acceptance speech

‘I would have been happy to lose too to be honest.’

Petit Mouchoir claims Champion Hurdle while only one horse finishes Irish Arkle

Henry De Bromhead pulled off a big-race double.

'The best thing I've seen in 2017' - Federer-Nadal hailed as tennis classic

The two tennis legends competed in a mesmerising five-set affair earlier.

From TheJournal.ie 'Trump seems to have made me an alien': Mo Farah hits out at US President Somalia

'Trump seems to have made me an alien': Mo Farah hits out at US President

“It’s deeply troubling that I will have to tell my children that Daddy might not be able to come home.”

Brilliant Federer overcomes Nadal to claim 18th Grand Slam

The Australian Open final was a thrilling five-set encounter.

Floyd Mayweather says Conor McGregor fight 'likely to happen'

A potential bout between the two fighters has been heavily discussed in recent months.

The Eire up there: The story of the only Irish-born player to ever make it in the NBA

How Pat Burke went from Tullamore to play with some of the biggest names in basketball.

'He can come and stay in my house if he wants' - Frampton wants Belfast fight with Santa Cruz

The Mexican secured swift and sweet revenge for the only loss of his own glittering career.

Can Liffey Celtics shock Glanmire to claim the womens' National Cup final?

Glanmire are looking to make it four titles in a row tonight.

Xabi Alonso's GAA past, Brady's friendship with Trump and all the week's best sportswriting

Sit back and enjoy the best sports journalism of the week.

From TheJournal.ie Whatever happened to... The 65,000-seat 'Bertie Bowl' stadium in west Dublin? The Bert

Whatever happened to... The 65,000-seat 'Bertie Bowl' stadium in west Dublin?

Sports-mad former taoiseach Bertie Ahern wanted to build a huge stadium in Abbottstown.

'No excuses': Classy Frampton applauds Santa Cruz as scorecards are read out

“The better man won on the night,” says Frampton, “but let’s do it again.”

Carl Frampton loses world title in narrow Santa Cruz defeat - but trilogy beckons

Both sides point towards another rematch after enthralling Vegas title fight.

Other - Saturday 28 January, 2017

O'Brien adamant that he is the best candidate for OCI job despite conflicting recommendations

He faced a tough interview on RTÉ’s Saturday Sport.

Griffith Swords Thunder make history and claim first ever National Cup after win over Killester

Last year’s beaten finalists were in control for the entire game and could rely on some terrific depth from the bench.

'It was really magical - we were celebrities in our own right': The golden era of Irish basketball

Dave Hopla was part of the influx of US players in the 1980s and was based in Belfast at the height of The Troubles.

Jason Quigley set for huge televised headline fight in California

He fights for his first professional title against Glen Tapia.