Other - Wednesday 15 April, 2015
Guanabara Bay, which will host the rowing and sailing events at next year’s Games, has been plagued by tons of small silver fish.
43-year-old Dubliner Fergal O’Brien was beaten in heartbreaking fashion this evening.
There are also tributes for a Dublin GAA stalwart and disappointment for Ken Doherty.
Where were you when ‘Marvelous’ Marvin Hagler met Tommy ‘Hitman’ Hearns on 15 April 1985?
Dublin drift racer Danielle Murphy wants to be crowned Queen AND King of Europe this season.
The ex New England Patriot will now serve a mandatory life sentence.
“There was a time when it was fun but I am at a point now where I am really over all of that stuff.”
Getting it right can make a big difference.
Just over two weeks to go!
Other - Tuesday 14 April, 2015
Here’s all the sport Tuesday could handle.
It’s getting ugly for the lad.
Because hockey fans have the chance to devour this monster.
You’d expect more from a four-time Super Bowl winner.
There was bad news for two legends of the game in round two at Ponds Forge, however.
It was harder when he did it, apparently.
Tony Horton knows what he’s talking about.
Other - Monday 13 April, 2015
We’ll Leave It There So: Ireland’s enemy to ref Leinster, Gooch puts on a show and all today’s sport
Also, Phil Neville was blunt when assessing Man City’s performance in the Manchester derby.
From golfer to singer for one night only.
The Houston Texans’ player might just be some kind of super hero.
Not bad for carrying a bag around a field.
Nobody told Tanguy Pepiot not to count his chickens.
Paris-Roubaix organisers did not disqualify riders who rode under level-crossing boom gates on Sunday as they could not identify them all.
Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth are yet to create a rivalry, according to the Masters champion.
Spieth finished four shots clear of runners-up Justin Rose and Phil Mickelson.
Horse racing fans in America can rest a little easier.
Other - Sunday 12 April, 2015
McNamara was seriously injured in a fall during racing at Wexford on Friday.
Tiger is slipping down the leaderboard as the Masters reaches its climax.
The WBO champion says a draw was the fair result.
Here’s footage of the US golfer discussing his Augusta ambitions as a teenager.
We also have a feature of the man who christened Amen Corner.
O’Fiaich College used the power of sport to help address self-belief and motivational issues within the school.
Sir Dave Brailsford is among those eulogising over the 20-year-old.
They couldn’t be split after 12 rounds in the Barclays Center.
Jordan Spieth leads by four — but the chasing pack has done just enough to keep things interesting.
Webb Simpson? More like Homer Simpson, AMIRITE?
Other - Saturday 11 April, 2015
You don’t see this every day.
What a remarkable hole.